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A glimpse at HP's upcoming Spectre Ultrabook (Video)
Folks at Engadget have posted a teaser video for HP Spectre, an ultra-thin laptop that is said to be HP’s next Ultrabook.
The intriguing video which came from an unnamed source at HP features something that looks like an extremely thin laptop with glass panes that look similar to dual screen laptops such as Toshiba Libretto W100 and Acer’s Iconia-6120 touchbook.Read the rest of the article »
HP refreshes its Pavilion DM1 laptop with few spec bumps, a new design and some software add-ons.
HP has finally updated its Pavilion DM1 laptop. The 11.6-inch crossover notebook is now equipped with a Beats Audio processing system, providing better sound quality from the speakers and headphones. It is also updated with AMD’s Fusion-based, 1.65GHz E-350 and low-voltage Intel chips — which is expected to make the device faster than before.
The Pavilion DM1 ultraportable laptop also gets a revamped software. An HP Launch Box has just been added, therefore, allowing the applications to be easily organized by grouping them on the Windows 7 taskbar. A simple mouse click would open an application directly from the taskbar, which frees up screen real estate on the notebook’s desktop. The new battery is also notable, as it could support up to 11.5 hours of usage.
There would be two versions for the Pavilion DM1: A charcoal gray model and a unique ash black variant with a soft finish. The gray models will be shipped on September 21 for a price of $400; it will feature an E-450 processor, a Radeon HD 6320 video, 4GB of RAM, and a 320GB hard drive. The variant with Intel processors will be available in charcoal on October 30 for $600; while the ash black versions will be rolled out sometime in fall.View Article Source »
ViewSonic announced their plan to launch a dual-boot 10pro tablet in the US.
ViewSonic has finally announced its 10pro tablet’s launch plans in the US. The tablet has dual-boot capabilities which enables users to run Windows 7 or Android. The latter OS is limited to Google’s Gingerbread build rather than a Honeycomb 3.x variant, which is currently common to high-end Android tablets sharing the same 10.1 inch display size.
The 10pro integrates Intel’s 1.5GHz Atom Z670 processor and 2GB of memory, while the capacitive touchscreen offers 1024 x 600 resolution. The device’ battery is said to last up to eight hours of continuous use. But it is still unclear if both operating systems will provide the same endurance.
Users can choose from any model of Windows 7 Professional with 32GB of storage for $699, or a Windows 7 Home Premium edition with 16GB storage tagged $599. The two models are expected to ship this month alongside a docking station that will sell for $59.View Article Source »
Despite bearing the hallmarks of a netbook, ASUS will offer its Eee PC X101 as a Linux tablet alternative.
As posted on ASUS’ blog, its Eee PC X101 will serve as an alternative to small laptops despite bearing the hallmark of a netbook. First, at 0.69 inches thin and two pounds in weight, it will be thinner and lighter than a typical netbook. Second, it runs MeeGo Linux instead of Windows 7. While the latter has been the predominant OS for netbooks over the past few years, MeeGo Linux is more suitable to ultrasmall designs which typically doesn’t have the horsepower to efficiently run the Microsoft OS.
Third, the ASUS Eee PC X101 does not have Ethernet ports and VGA.
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Seven-inch Android 3.2 Iconia Tab, set to be released in August for $300.
Sources close to the retailer unveiled that ACER Iconia Tab A100 will launch in the U.S earlier than expected.
The tablet is said to hit the market sometime in August with a retail price that is much cheaper than its predecessor. With a cost of only $300 compared to the $450 10-inch A500, this seven-inch tablet still features the same Android 3.2 system and Tegra 2 processor, but will be sporting a much smaller screen and memory storage of 8GB and 512MB RAM.Read the rest of the article »
IdeaPad P1 -- the last Lenovo tablet device to run on Windows 7.
Early today, Lenovo intros its new tablet – the IdeaPad P1 – which is specially designed for office workers. The device is a 10-inch tablet that is said to be the last product from Lenovo to run a Windows 7 system. It features finger-touch, an optional pen, and a 1.5GHz Intel chip (likely an Atom Z670). Unlike its previous Android devices, the IdeaPad P1 sports a thickness of 0.57 inches and a lighter weight of under 2Lbs.
Although the company hasn’t disclosed most of the tablet’s details, they affirmed that the IdeaPad P1 will not fully cater for home users. Instead, it will set as a good option for people who works outside their houses since they could take advantage of the device’s Flash and HD video features.Read the rest of the article »
Fujitsu's Stylistic Q550 starting at $729, customize specs for $849, which deal you will get?
Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 are now up for pre-order for US gadget-geeks. The slate tablet is powered by Windows 7 tablet with a 10.1-inch, 1280 x 800 IPS screen is ready for US pre-orders today, with $729 bringing you the base model with a 30GB solid state drive and a two-cell rechargeable battery. $849 upgrades the slate to 62GB of storage and four cells worth of swappable Lithium-ion joy, while both sport front and rear cameras, HDMI out, a bootable USB 2.0 port, a full-size SD slot and dual-band 802.11 a/b/g/n WiFi. Also on their website you can choose the customize version of the slate which has much better specs (in my opinion) for $849. If you want to get rid of your laptop and don’t want to go over for iPad or Android Tablets, why not try this slate!Read the rest of the article »
Windows 7 was a design-success. Will Microsoft continue their momentum with the Windows 8 for tablets?
Is Microsoft ready to face the iPad head-on? Well the only way to find out is to wait until June as a Microsoft insider told Business Insider that the company is getting their gears checked to unveil the new Windows 8 design for tablets by the end of the fiscal year. The unnamed source revealed that the Windows 8 is going to take a more Apple-like approach in terms of interface design and will be utilizing concepts from the “Metro” interface used for Windows Phone 7.Read the rest of the article »
It's a perfect mix of style and functionality, though Sony could have been more creative in the naming department.
After the prototype that we’ve seen during the CES 2011, Sony has finally unveiled the revamped version of the VAIO S laptop series that gives more power with its Core i5-2410M CPU plus the Radeon HD 6470M graphics. Sony described the series as a mobile PC that “packs greater stamina with less to carry.”
Although the specs are completely different from its predecessor, we’re just dumbfounded why Sony didn’t just rename the entire series instead of making one overlap the other. But in any case, the 13-inch, 3.9-pound, Windows 7 Professional OS-driven laptops are here struting all the right moves to the same target market of the previous VAIO S Series captured.
Check out the specs after the break!Read the rest of the article »
Listen gamers! A non-commercial Kinect for Windows Software Development Kit will be out this spring. Good news, right?
This Spring, Windows gets Kinect-ed!
As it turns out, “the right time” for Microsoft to release an official non-commercial Kinect for Windows Software Development Kit is Spring time. The report was revealed during Microsoft’s “show-and-tell discussion” also known as TechForum. The company’s chief research and strategy office Craig Mundie, along with Interactive Entertainment Business president Don Mattrick, revealed their plans to release the SDK as a free download this Spring. The projects is a “collaboration” between Microsoft Research and IEB and promises to “give academic researchers and enthusiasts access to key pieces of the Kinect system — such as the audio technology, system application programming interfaces and direct control of the Kinect sensor itself.”
As quoted from the official Microsoft Blog:
“This morning, Craig and Don Mattrick, president, Interactive Entertainment Business (IEB), announced plans to release a non-commercial Kinect for Windows Software Development Kit, or SDK, this spring.”
Are you ready for some Kinect-filled Spring?View Article Source »
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