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Asus Launches F6V Series Notebook

04/30/2009, Asus has rolled out the F6V Series notebook that is different from the rest as it boasts an infused scent to make sure your workplace always smells great even after you’ve worked out at a gym without taking a shower. Available in Musky Black and...

Apple Netbook Concept

04/30/2009, Check out this Apple netbook concept that looks set to move a gazillion units if it were ever to be released, so hopefully some boffin from Cupertino would be reading this and head straight to the drawing board to come up with something similarly...

Yinlips TDB G80 MicroPC

04/30/2009, Yinlips has rolled out the TDB G80 MicroPC that looks set to offer yet another alternative in the world of Mobile Internet Devices (MID) without hurting your wallet too much in these times of economic hardship. After all, for $189.99 you will find that...

Luxeed U5 LED Multicolor Keyboard

04/30/2009, There is nothing quite like having a space age keyboard on your desk to wow colleagues as well as friends who drop by, and the Luxeed U5 LED multicolor keyboard looks set to do the job well. This version will offer both Mac and Linux support –...

Dell Adds Art Choices For Its Studio Notebooks

04/30/2009, Dell is adding more than 120 designs to its studio line, which was already very diverse. The photos speak for themselves, but you should take a look at all the designs to have a better idea of what’s available. You might like the designs or not, but...

Unofficial Intel MID Concept (Officially Sexy!)

04/30/2009, Designer Jan Rytir’s vision for a mobile internet device (MID) is appetizing : this 180x80x20mm device uses an (touch?) OLED display, has a physical keyboard and a trackball. On the outside, it is possible to spot ports like 2xUSB, audio, dock, and...

Test Drive Windows 7 RC1 For One Year

04/30/2009, Microsoft’s Windows 7 Release Candidate 1 should be available to consumers for testing next week, and you should know that Microsoft will let people run it freely until June 2010. Doesn’t it sound much better than the usual 30-day trials? You...

Roxio Launches PhotoShow Touch for Windows 7

04/30/2009, Roxio is building on Windows 7 the touch capabilities of Window7. Users can use a touch interface to select photo and video files, drag and drop content or select between image manipulation tools. Bizarrely a fancy pinch and zoom was not demonstrated....

Orange Targets Senior Citizens With a Subsidized 1 Euro Computer

04/30/2009, Codenamed Hello, the computer has a very simple design, some say “Mac-like”, and costs only 1 Euro, when bundled with a 24-month DSL contract and the landline subscription that goes with it (40 Euro/mo). Hello runs on Linux and it is loaded...

NVIDIA Ion Spotted In ASRock And Pegatron Systems

04/29/2009, The NVIDIA Ion platform is slowly but surely making its way into mainstream consciousness, with a couple of machines from Taiwan – the ASRock and Pegatron, being spotted recently at a conference. NVIDIA has plans to make available its Ion platform...

HP MediaSmart Server LX195 Official Specs

04/29/2009, We showed you leaked photos of the upcoming HP MediaSmart Server LX195, but let’s go beyond its good looks to see what type of user is targeted and what this device does. HP’s target is the tech enthusiast who is fairly autonomous, but not...

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285 Mac Edition Coming In June 09

04/29/2009, There’s no pricing information out there about this GeForce GTX 285 for Mac, but you can look at the PC version to get an idea. It’s been confirmed to us that this GeForce will be out by June. In the meantime, here’s a photo of the...

iPhone Interface Skin for Android

04/29/2009, Here’s a video that shows how Android can be skinned to have an iPhone-like interface. It is not a perfect replica, but it shows that it’s about software and design more than it is about hardware and features. Cool stuff. [via hdblog.it]