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Acer Products Win Big at Computex 2011

Written on June 03, 2011 by Aiken Lewis

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Acer had six winning entries in Comuputex 2011 in Taipei. These winning entries were for design and innovation categories.

The winners are evaluated based on the following criteria: design quality, innovation, choice of materials, functionality, brand value and environmental friendliness.

The winning Acer products in this year’s Computex 2011 were: the ICONIA dual-screen touch notebook, ICONIA TAB A501 tablet, ICONIA SMART smartphone, Aspire Ethos 8951G notebook, Revo 100 desktop, and Aspire Z5801 all-in-one desktop.

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ASUS Unvcovers its Super-slim EEE PC X101

Written on June 01, 2011 by Adam Eve

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After its PadFone, ASUS uncovers another interesting device to be added in its EEE PC family.

This week, ASUS made a big splash at the Computex 2011 with its tablet-smartphone combo, PadFone. However, the company also unveiled a new family member for its famous EEE PC line — the EEE PC X101.

The 10.1-inch netbook measures 0.7 inch thick, and offers a Meego-based option for only $200. Just for a quick memory job, Meego is a Linux-based OS developed by Intel and Nokia. With its slim form factor, the price is quite cheap. Aside from its Linux-based OS, other features that are keeping the EEE PC X101’s price affordable are its 3-cell battery and 8GB SSD storage. Though an option to upgrade is available, it will also mean more money and added thickness.

The cost of a Windows 7 version is still unknown, while the release date for the X101 is yet to be announced. So just keep it posted here at GADG for more updates.

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NVIDIA Receives Best Choice Award at Computex 2011

Written on May 30, 2011 by Aiken Lewis

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“But this is only the start…” –Phil Carmack, SVP for NVIDIA’s mobile business

The NVIDIA Tegra 2 mobile super chip is awarded with the prominent “Best Choice” award for Smart Handheld Devices Innovation during Computex 2011.

Tegra 2 excelled among 400 tech products and was judged based on “overall technical merit, innovation and marketability.”

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