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Dell XPS M1210 ultramobile notebook

05/31/2006, Dell rolls out the XPS M1210 ultramobile notebook that offers superior value and the best entertainment experience money can buy. The XPS M1210 sports a revolutionary design that turns the display support into a system handle when the system is closed. It...

SK Telecom unveils WiBro, HSDPA, EV-DO PCMCIA card

05/29/2006, South Koreans have more reasons for cheer as SK Telecom and Samsung revealed a revolutionary PCMCIA card that supports EV-DO, HSDPA, and WiBro. With Korean Telecom on the verge of going live with their WiBro service, SK Telecom has decided to counter that...

T-Mobile, Fujitsu Siemens notebooks to come with HSDPA

05/29/2006, T-Mobile Austria has launched the Fujitsu Siemens Lifebook Q2010 with access to HSDPA technology across Austria, offering bandwidths of up to 1.8 Mbps. The new Lifebook Q2010 not only supports a whole gamut of mobile communications standards such as GPRS,...

Sony Vaio VGN-UX50 handheld PC

05/25/2006, Sony has entered the UMPC fray by introducing the Vaio VGN-UX50 handheld PC. The entire device oozes with style in sleek black and silver that is appealing to the eyes. The UX50 measures 15cm x 9.5cm x 3.2-3.8cm and weighs 520g, offering a battery life of...

Microsoft, Lenovo tie-up to develop prepaid notebook

05/23/2006, We have prepaid phone lines, but what do you think of a prepaid notebook? It looks like Microsoft and Lenovo have collaborated to develop a notebook that costs around half the normal price. To use it, you have got to purchase prepaid cards until the...

Toshiba Portege M500 notebook

05/22/2006, Working professionals who are in the market for a new notebook ought to take a look at the new Portege M500 from Toshiba. Toshiba has included the Intel Core Duo processor T2400 (1.83GHz) as the heart of this 12.1″ sub-notebook, along with a 80GB...

Antec NSK2400 Media Center PC Case

05/15/2006, Antec is jumping rather late on the media center train with this PC Case designed to blend with other HiFi appliances of the living room. The NSK2400 case has an aluminum front plate, room for two optical drives, two hard drives and a micro-ATX...

Samsung, Microsoft join forces

05/10/2006, Samsung has developed a hybrid flash/platter hard drive that will be released later this year, offering PCs instant-on capabilities. You can sneak a preview at WinHEC later this month, where the drive works in tandem with Microsoft’s “Windows...

Skype introduces Skype 2.5 beta

05/05/2006, Skype 2.5 beta is out, offering even more features and functionality. This freeware comes with a simpler registration process for new Skype customers, offering a more intuitive dialling system. The conference calling feature has been improved...

Buffalo introduces new DriveStation

05/02/2006, Buffalo’s new DriveStation line of SATA USB 2.0 hard drive solutions are available in capacities ranging from the 160GB model ($159) to the massive 500GB version ($449). The Windows and Mac-compatible DriveStation is useful to store and manage...

15,700 notebook batteries recalled by HP

04/21/2006, Over 20 reports of overheating batteries with a case of minor burn injury has prompted HP to recall 15,700 batteries from the HP and Compaq line of notebooks. Only lithium ion batteries manufactured in January 2005 with a bar code label that starts with...

Itronix GPS Integrated notebook gains government recognition

04/11/2006, The Itronix VR1 semi-rugged notebook is unique in the sense it ships with integrated support for 4 RF modems (Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, and Wireless WAN). The magnesium alloy case and shock-mounted hard drive and display were included to withstand falls that...

64GB of storage space on Kanguru Flash Drive Max

04/10/2006, Kanguru Solutions has unveiled their USB 2.0 64GB flash drive. This insane amount of space is more than enough to store a decent amount of your favorite movies wherever you go. The Kanguru Flash Drive Max offers a few models with a maximum capacity of...

Netgear Ships World’s First 802.11n Products

04/10/2006, Bandwidth-intensive applications are choking up current wireless network infrastructures, thus the need for a stable, faster wireless connection is never quenched. Netgear eases the burden by shipping the world’s first 802.11n products via its...