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A new study showed that the Apple is the only PC maker based in Western Europe that is still growing
Gartner stated that Apple was the only major computer manufacturer based in Western Europe that is still growing. That is according to a continent wide breakdown on Wednesday. Apple increased its shipments by half a percent to hit 7% of the market, while other Windows-based PC makers dropped in the same timeframe. HP and Delli gained shares, but still saw their shipments drop by 6.1% and 12.7% respectively. ACER, on the other hand, faced a disastrous flop after its abnormalities in overstock forced it to ship 44.6% fewer PCs, and drop to 2nd place at 16.7%.
The pattern was largely consistent from country to country. Apple gained shares in the UK and had a boost in France where its raw shipments were increase up to 6.4 points. Enough to put it in the top five for the first time. Samsung was one of the few others to see an upside in any area, but only registered in the top five in France.Read the rest of the article »
Dell recently announced it new Inspiron notebook member, the Inspiron 13z!
Dell announced an addition to its line of Inspiron notebooks earlier today. The new Dell Inspiron 13z aggregates sizzling performance, rich features, and chic design in a small, portable laptop.
This new notebook features a high-definition widescreen (1366-768 dpi) display and built-in SRS Premium Sound HD. The latter enables users to stream full HD movies and video through Intel Wireless Display technology.
Learn more about Dell Inspiron 13z after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Dell, HP, and Lenovo are planning to head off MacBook Air with the upcoming release of their ultrabooks.
Three giant manufacturers – Dell, HP, and Lenovo – are teaming up with Acer and ASUS in order to release ultrabook models this coming September. The suppliers pointed out that this attempt was made to battle the current MacBook Air products from Apple. By this, the three are planning to produce ultrathin notebooks that have the similar Intel’s concept like the MacBook Air.
ASUS would be the first one to accomplish this plan. According to Digitimes’ sources, the supplier will be shipping a number of 100,000 UX21 models for the whole second half of 2011.Read the rest of the article »
DigiTimes considered that if combined mobile platforms are involved, Apple might topple HP as the most popular portable computer maker.
Apple is now on its way to top the ranks of portable device makers next year. It could topple HP as the most popular portable computer maker if the iPad trend continues.
Apple estimated to ship 15 million MacBooks of all kinds in 2012. If combined with the company’s raised external that is estimated to 60 million iPads on that same year, it could reach the amount of 25 to 30 percent of the estimated portable market. Meanwhile, HP is expected to ship no more than 50 million notebooks this year. And because it can’t count on rapid PC growth, Apple can topple HP when their combined platforms are involved.Read the rest of the article »
Dell is coming up with a design that’s unlike any other tablet found in the market. Their "soon-to-come" 7-inch tablet will be packed with a keyboard.
Instead of imitating the look and feel of the iPad as with the other tablet manufacturers, Dell has apparently improved on the Apple tablet’s weakest characteristic, the keyboard. The split keyboard is part of a slide-out keypad that gives each of its users’ thumbs an easy shot at quick typing.
Dell presented the prototype in both black and white finishes. Each had a rear camera which hopefully will have better quality than the iPad. This tablet gives tech geeks a feeling of déjà vu, as it looks close to the failed tablets of five years ago that Microsoft and Intel codenamed “Project Origami.”Read the rest of the article »
Alienware M14x has landed in Malaysia. US will have to wait a little more, hopefully just hours more.
Unless you have some relatives in Malaysia, or are planning to visit there for some random reason, it looks like US will have to wait some more. Alienware’s powerhouse of a gaming laptop – the M14x – arrives at Dell Malaysia’s website. The laptop is priced at RM 4,799 or around $1,600.
The 14-inch display Alienware M14x laptop has versions which are powered by up to a Core i7 2820QM processor, NVIDIA GeForece GT 555M graphics card with 3GB DDR3, 8GB RAM and your pick of 1,366×768 or 1,600×900 resolution.
Pocket-lint is reporting that the Alienware M14x, along with the M18x will have their official release announced today. So better check out Alienware’s website to find more clues when we’ll finally get this bad boy.
Stolen laptop? Though we might not be able to track where it is, we can do a system lockdown through a simple SMS. What are we talking about? We're talking about the Intel Core vPro processor.
Nothing says “you’re screwed” more than having your laptop, tablet or desktop containing corporate and private data lost or stolen. Intel is right on the case for those scenarios as they’ve unveiled its second-generation Core vPro processors which allows you to disable a lost or stolen unit through an encrypted SMS over a 3G network. Should the unit and system miraculously comes back, then another SMS can unlock it. The Core vPro is available on Intel’s new Core i3, i5, and i7 business chips. And no, the technology to track your stolen laptops still hangs in the air.Read the rest of the article »
What do you call it when you have 120,000 people and an elephant in the room? It's the International Consumer Electronics Show. Too bad, the elephant - Apple Inc. - is no show at the event.
The Cupertino-based company, Apple Inc., will not be present at this year’s International Consumer Electronics Show. It’s a bit disappointing, knowing that iPad is the most important new product for the industry. The iPad sales have been strong since its debut, cracking the code for the computer tablet market single-handedly. Though Apple is known for staging its own event whenever they present a product, it would be fun to see the company as an elephant at the CES wherein nearly every other known manufacturers are present. Majority of these competitors will show off their tablets, including Motorola and Dell.Read the rest of the article »
Make your holiday season more jolly by bagging the newest netbook/tablet device from Dell. It hits the shelves in early December.
The features of this sleek Netbook-Tablet include dual-core Intel Atom processor, Windows 7 Home Premium and 2GB of RAM, 250GB hard drive. The revolving screen has 1366×768 resolution, measures 10.1-inches and its touchscreen responsiveness can be compared to most of high-quality smartphones today.
Maybe you should start including this thing on your Christmas wish list.View Article Source »
In time for the holidays, Dell Streak is jumping from the past to the future. They will start ditching the Android 1.6, and will go straight to Froyo by the end of the month.
The Dell Streak will start to ditch Android 1.6, and will go to 2.2 very soon. The Android 2.2 update will initially roll out in UK by the end of the month and will move to other regions from there. Along with the Android update, Dell Streak will also have Flash 10.1, Wi-Fi hotspot, Stage UI and a list of new features. Moreover, Dell will be offering a backup and restore app to preserve a user data after the updates. Once the update is available, a notification on the right of the phone should appear. Another interesting rumor is that Dell Streak will be available in new colors too! But aside from the Android 2.2 update, there are no other news posted.
Seems like more will be revealed, so don’t forget to check back at Gadg more often.View Article Source »
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