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Feb 6, 2011
SY Wong

Intel Sandy Bridge’s Bug Triggers Recall And Replacement Action

Intel’s Sandy Bridge platform has been getting good traction but just recently, the giant chipmaker has confirmed a new bug that triggers shipment halt which impacting its early batches released to consumer market. Similarly, both Acer and MSI have already issued a recall activity for H67 and P67 chipsets but with slightly different options.


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Jan 30, 2011
Ooi TS

Mesa Geo 3G Rugged Notepad With GSM Cellular Data Modem

Juniper Systems has announced the availability of its Mesa Geo 3G Rugged Notepad. According to the company, the Mesa Rugged Notepad is claimed to be the world’s first Juniper rugged notepad, featuring the biggest screen available on a Windows Mobile rugged handheld computer. The Mesa Geo 3G Rugged Notepad has been enhanced with 3G GSM cellular data modem for real-time wireless connectivity. The Rugged Notepad meets a high drop specification, and offers a greater level of dust and moisture protection. Besides that, the device has been tested to meet STD-810G standards for operation in challenging environments.


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Jan 29, 2011
SY Wong

Microsoft Intends To Influence Intel On 16-core Atom For Server Farm

Intel Atom processor is famous for its low power consumption and is penetrating well into netbook and embedded market. While it seems to be less powerful as compared to mainstream class Xeon processor, but according to online reliable source, Microsoft is trying to push the giant chipmaker to develop a 16-core Atom processor targeted for its server farm, as an initiative to reduce the usage of power hungry Xeon server-class processors in server market. If you recall, VIA Nano processor did try to tap into Dell computer server space back in 2009.

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Jan 17, 2011
Ooi TS

Dell Latitude 2120 NetBook Overview

Dell has recently added a new netbook to its popular Latitude series lineup which is named as Latitude 2120. The Dell netbook has been designed to target business, education and professional users who look for portable device. The casing of the Latitude 2120 has been rubberized to protect against drops. The device is powered by Atom N455 or Atom N550. The speed of the netbook is boosted by either 1GB or 2GB RAM and paired with GMA 3150 integrated graphics. The Latitude 2120 laptops is preloaded with either Windows 7, Ubuntu Linux or Free DOS operating systems.


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Jan 6, 2011
Ooi TS

Budget Android Tablet – AOC Breeze

Interest to own an ultra portable Android tablet which costs you around $200? Then 8-inch ultra portable tablet from AOC could be an option for you. Named as Breeze, the Android tablet is featured with a 8-inch touchscreen display which operates at 800 x 600 resolutions.


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Dec 30, 2010
Ooi TS

Onkyo TA117 Android 2.2 Froyo Tablet Overview

Not to be left out of tablet markets, Onkyo has unveiled its Android tablet which is known as TA117. The TA117 has been designed in two models which are TA117C1 and TA117C3. In order to reduce the cost, both models have been preloaded with Android 2.2 Froyo operating systems. The power of the tablets are booted up by NVIDIA’s dual-core 1GHz Tegra 250 chipset. The Android tablets come with a 10.1-inch touchscreen display which operates at 1024 x 600 resolutions.


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Dec 30, 2010
Ooi TS

Thinnest Bezel Notebook – LG Xnote P210

In order to compete with the ultra-portable notebook manufacturers, LG has recently announced the world’s thinnest bezel notebook which is known as LG Xnote P210. The notebook has been featured with a 12.5-inch LED backlight display that fit into the same footprint as occupied by 11.6-inch display.


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Dec 12, 2010
Ooi TS

IdeaPad Y460p and Y560p Overview

In order to tap the market of young consumers, Lenovo has announced two new notebooks which features high-performance processors and multimedia functionality. Known as IdeaPad Y460p and IdeaPad Y560p, the notebooks have been designed to target entertainments seekers, gamers or those young consumers who look for ultimate multimedia experience.


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Dec 9, 2010
Ooi TS

Google Cr-48 Notebook With Chrome Operating System

Google has announced its first Chrome notebook or laptop which is named as Cr-48. The 12.1 inch Chrome OS notebook has been designed for public beta to try and feedback. The Chrome notebooks is being built and optimized for the Web with several features such as boot in about 10 seconds and resume from sleep instantly,  integrated Wi-Fi for home and work, advanced technology to help prevent malware and viruses from accessing data, and etc.


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Dec 9, 2010
My Digital Life Editorial Team

Free Notebook with Chrome OS from Google

Chrome OS, not to be confused with Google Chrome web browser, is a new open source operating system based on Linux designed by Google to work exclusively with web applications. Similar to Google Chrome web browser, Chrome OS takes a minimalist approach on user interface. Chrome OS is scheduled to be officially released in early 2011, though the OS does not available as a download to run and install. Instead, Chrome OS will be sold and shipped pre-installed on Google’s manufacturing partners’ specific hardware machine.
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Dec 3, 2010
Nic Cho

Dell Vostro V130 13.3″ Notebook With Intel Hyperbaric Cooling Technology

Dell has expanded its award-winning Vostro notebook portfolio with the launch of new elegant, high-end Dell Vostro V130, which the company claims as the first ultra-thin 13-inch business-oriented laptop equipped with a powerful Intel’s Hyperbaric Cooling technology, combining Intel Core ULV processor, up to 4GB DDR3 SDRAM, high-definition 13.3-inch LED-backlit display, 2 megapixel webcam, Windows 7 platform, Bluetooth 3.0, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, SIM card slot, HDMI port and newest Trend Micro Worry-Free Business Security Services into a single device.


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Dec 3, 2010
Alan Lun

Toshiba mini NB520 with Harman/Kardon Overview

Toshiba has announced its new slim and stylish netbook – Toshiba mini NB520, which the company claims as the world’s first netbook with embedded premium speakers from Harman/Kardon for a superb entertainment experience. The new Toshiba mini NB520 is equipped with 10.1-inch LED-backlit screen, and is powered by Intel Atom N550 dual-core processors, 250GB hard drive, 2GB of DDR3 memory, and multi-touch control touch Pad. In addition, the netbook also features Dolby Advanced AudioTM to provide vibrant bass and crystal clear trebles and Toshiba Sleep-and-Music that allows users to play music through the speakers without turned on the netbook.


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