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ICD Ultra Tablet Looks Sleek

12/21/2009, The ICD Ultra tablet is probably one of the smallest tablets that we’ve seen recently, as it sports a 7-inch screen, though the highlight will certainly be the NVIDIA Tegra T20 chip. While the current design uses a resistive display, ICD is planning...

MSI Wind U130 and U135 take Pine Trail route

12/21/2009, Looks like Dell’s Inspiron Mini 10 isn’t the only netbook to come with the new and improved Pine Trail processor from Atom – MSI enters the fray as well with the U130 and U135. Both Wind netbooks will run on the N450 chip, where it was...

New Dell Inspiron Mini With Atom N450

12/21/2009, It looks like Dell doesn’t want to wait until CES 2010 to get in on the Atom N450 party, as it has announced a new version of its Inspiron Mini 10. Of course, if Dell has got everything ready and raring to go, there’s no reason that it...

Sheep USB Warmer Seat Cushion

12/21/2009, It is winter for those living in the northern hemisphere, and certain parts might get too cold for comfort. Why not put that extra USB port to good use with the Sheep USB Warmer Seat Cushion? This puppy allows your rear end to remain warm and comfortable...

Dell Latitude ON FLASH

12/21/2009, Dell’s most recent development would be the Latitude ON FLASH optional memory module which is touted to boot up your machine within seconds instead of taking a good minute or two in a regular machine. All you need to do is snap on this optional...

I-T Click Click 2 mouse

12/21/2009, Archsite of Japan has started to sell the latest I-T Click Click 2 mouse in the Land of the Rising Sun, where one uses a finger and thumb to control it. It will be larger in size compared to its predecessor, featuring an 800 dpi optical sensor. Looks like...

NVIDIA Ion 2 could arrive on a PCI Express card

12/21/2009, NVIDIA’s Ion 2 platform has been rumored to arrive in the form of a PCI Express card, but that has yet to be confirmed, It does make sense for this move to be taken, however, since slotting in a standalone video card into any netbook would mean...

Artopz Minitopz Nettop

12/20/2009, Anybody who is looking to buy a nettop generally knows that they’re cheap, but the tops at Artopz who came up with the Artopz Minitopz probably missed that part, as it is priced at $2,375. Sure it sports an Intel dual-core Atom processor, NVIDIA ION...

Archos 9 Manages To Run Chrome OS

12/18/2009, Now here’s something rather cool. Google’s Chromium OS isn’t final yet, but folks are already trying to install it on various devices, and this time it’s the Archos 9 tablet. The OS doesn’t even have a touchscreen keyboard...

Asus to roll out new business notebooks

12/18/2009, Asus isn’t going to release the umpteenth Eee PC netbook this time round, with them planning to roll out three more line-ups of business notebooks from the B, PL and P series sometime next year, alongside a new range of business all-in-one PCs. The...

Orange Tabbee Internet tablet spotted

12/18/2009, Yet another Internet tablet has made a splash – this time round it is the Orange Tabbee (manufactured by Sagem) that sports a 7″ WVGA touchscreen display, powered by a Linux-based operating system alongside an unspecified ARM processor. Other...

Panasonic lithium ion battery enters production

12/18/2009, Panasonic breaks new ground yet again with their new lithium ion battery that has just entered mass production, boasting a high-capacity 3.1 Ah lithium ion battery which comes with a nickel positive electrode and an energy density of 675 Wh/L. Batteries...