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Book Computer Concept

04/21/2008, This notebook concept is clearly different form the rest, where the exterior showcases an old tome, but open it up and you will be greeted with modern amneties of a regular laptop including a display, a CD-ROM drive (what, no DVD-ROM?), a removable...

NextComputing introduces Vigor Evo HD

04/21/2008, The Vigor Evo HD from NextComputing has been specially optimized to provide advanced computing power in rugged environments such as military field operations or oil and gas research sites. The Vigor Evo HD is a “flextop,” a high-performance...

Skype Unlimited International Plans

04/21/2008, Skype has brand new plans known as Unlimited International, so they’re pretty self-explanatory. Unlimited here is not up for abuse as it equates to fair use, where each user gets approximately 10,000 minutes per month – that’s roughly 5...

MSI Wind Micro Notebook Details

04/20/2008, MSI of Taiwan has recently ratted out the following specifications for its Wind notebook. 2.2 pounds Powered by Windows XP 80GB 2.5″ hard drive 8.9″ or 10″ LCD display at 1,024 x 600 resolution 1GB RAM 7-hour battery life 1.0GHz to...

VXL Instruments TC 7321-XP Thin Client

04/18/2008, VXL Instruments’ TC 7321-XP is powered by Windows XP Embedded and is able to operate sans a fan. Other specifications include :- Via C7 1GHz processor 4GB of flash memory 512MB RAM Maximum resolution of 1,900 x 1,200 pixels Gigabit Ethernet port...

AT&T Desktop Web Browser Named Pogo

04/17/2008, AT&T is working on a web browser (currently for Windows) called Pogo which is in private beta. One of the highlights is that tabbed browsing will be replaced by “snapshots”. Bookmarks and history are also handled with fancy graphics and a...

eMachines have new…er, Machines

04/17/2008, eMachines has rolled out a couple of new desktop PCs that aim to deliver the best bang for your buck, running on AMD processors as well as NVIDIA graphics. The $299.99 eMachines T3646 is an entry level computer that gets the most basic computing tasks...

WebDT 520 Tablet PC sits well in Vehicles

04/17/2008, DT Research has rolled out a new tablet computer that is meant for use in vehicles such as forklifts and boats. It is equipped with the following features ;- 12″ touch screen display 120GB hard drive/64GB Solid State Storage Gigabit Ethernet...

Mac OS X running on Samsung Q1 UMPC

04/17/2008, This Samsung Q1 UMPC is slightly different from the rest, as it runs Mac OS X instead, courtesy of blogger Kevin Tofel’s efforts. Most of the operating system’s features map correctly to the corresponding controls on the device, and the Mac OS...

Scroll Concept from 13 Tech Design

04/17/2008, 13 Tech Design has come up with a Scroll concept device which crams in a fair bit of impressive features, including a touch screen-based cell phone, a 10 megapixel camera and a full HD camcorder for you to record all your favorite memories. Heck, it will...

S3 4300E HD Graphics Chip for Embedded Systems

04/16/2008, S3 is coming up with a small chip designed to bring DX10 and HD video processing to embedded systems that have drastic thermal requirements. Going into such a niche allows it to somewhat escape from the pressure from NVIDIA and AMD. They mention that the...

Desktop Mac Mod based on PowerBook Laptop – Nice

04/16/2008, To build a thin desktop machine, there’s nothing like starting from a laptop motherboard. The design is simple enough to be built “at home”, but yet elegant enough to sit nicely on the desk and be shown around the web. “the case is...

HP and Dreamworks Announce 30-bit Color Display

04/14/2008, (not actual display) HP and DreamWorks announced that they have been “working together” on a 30-bit color display that will be built for 25% of the cost of equivalent displays in this space. I used the quotes up there because it looks to me...

NVIDIA: We Are Going to Open a Can of Whoop Ass

04/10/2008, I have read several articles about NVIDIA CEO’s latest comments on Intel integrated graphics. This mostly interested people seeking the “drama du jour”, on a topic that is quite frankly not new: integrated graphics versus discrete...