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Nov 23, 2010
Alan Lun

Dell Inspiron Duo 10″ HD Display Hybrid Tablet

Dell has officially announced the upcoming launch of its new sleek, stylish laptop, named as Dell Inspiron Duo, which the company claims as the world’s first hybrid 10.1-inch HD display ultra-portable tablet/netbook with capacitive touchscreen technology for a responsive and accurate light-touch experience. The new Inspiron Duo is powered by Intel dual-core Atom N550 processor, 2GB of RAM, 250GB of storage, a Broadcom Crystal HD accelerator to enhance multitasking and excellent performance. In order for the device to easy to operate, it is also featured with stylish color scheme and rounded edges and chiclet keyboard for users to scroll through lists and select options.


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Nov 19, 2010
Ooi TS

New HP Mini 1103 Specifications Overview

In order to tap the business market, HP has announced an affordable and lightweight netbook which is known as HP Mini 1103. The HP Mini 1103 has been created with modern design and featured with 10.1-inch diagonal LED-backlit WSVGA display with 1024 x 600 resolutions and powered by either an Intel N455 or N475 processor.


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Nov 19, 2010
SY Wong

PCI Express Base 3.0 Specification Finalized And Available For Download

Previously we mentioned about PCI Express version 3.0 specifications that has been pushed out multiple times, now the industry specifications has finally been approved and posted to PCI-SIG website.

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Nov 15, 2010
Ooi TS

New Sony Vaio Y Series With 11.6″ LED Back-Lit Display

The Japanese electronic maker, Sony has announced a new 11.6-inch VAIO Y Series ultra-portable laptop which is known as Sony VAIO VPCYA19FJ/B. The new Sony VAIO Y Series laptop has been equipped with safety features and “VAIO Care (Biocare)” software for diagnose and prevent serious problem of the laptop.


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Nov 14, 2010
Nic Cho

Lenovo IdeaPad U260 – 12.5″ Ultra-Portable Notebook

Lenovo has officially announced the upcoming launch of its new sleek, stylish laptop, named as Lenovo IdeaPad U260, which the company claims as the world’s first 12.5-inch ultra-portable consumer notebook, encased in a sturdy 1-piece magnesium-aluminum alloy real metal casing that utilizes the latest insert-molding injection technology.


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Nov 14, 2010
Ooi TS

New NEC LifeTouch Android Tablet Overview

As the Android devices become more pervasive in the global market, NEC has announced a new cloud communicator based on Android operating system. Named as LifeTouch, the new tablet is being designed to support corporate client services through cloud computing for reducing IT investment expenses and total cost of operations (TCO). The 7-inch touch panel LCD LifeTouch is being designed to run on Android 2.1 operating system and is powered by ARM Cortex A8 processor. In order for the device to easy to operate, the new 7-inch Android device is also featured with four direction button for users to scroll through lists and select options.


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Oct 9, 2010
Ooi TS

Samsung NF310 Netbook With Dual-Core Intel Atom N550

The number of netbooks have been growth rapidly due to their compact size and easy portability although generally they are less powerful than laptops. To make it more efficient and powerful, the Samsung has recently made improvements to its popular netbooks series to provide up to 50 percent faster performance. Named as Samsung NF310, the ultra compact NF310 netbook has been featured with Intel Atom N550 Dual-Core processor for increase the processing performance. The stylist Samsung Netbook is also featured with HD display and comes with a battery that provides more than 9 hours battery life for technology enthusiasts to enhance their mobility experience.


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Oct 3, 2010
Alan Lun

Acer Aspire AS5745DG With 3D Vision Technology

The world’s second largest vendor of notebook PCs, Acer has announced the launch of its new updated Aspire notebooks – Aspire 5745DG, which is equipped with an energy-efficient 15.6-inch HD widescreen LED-backlit display, 4 GB of RAM, 500 GB of hard drive storage, and Intel Core i5 processor with Intel Turbo Boost Technology that delivers optimal performance and energy efficiency for accelerated productivity.


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Oct 2, 2010
Nic Cho

Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 11 Laptop With Netbook-Like Portability

Lenovo has announced the launch of its new Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 11 laptop, which the company claims as the smallest and lightest ThinkPad model, combining a netbook-like portability with (small-to-medium businesses) SMB-level features and performance. The ThinkPad Edge 11-inch notebook that features a 11.6-inch (1366 x 768 pixels) display and long battery life of up to 7 hours is available with an option of Intel Intel Core/Pentium or AMD Vision Pro Athlon ultra low voltage processors.


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Oct 1, 2010
Alan Lun

Acer TimelineX 1830T With 11.6″ LED LCD and Core i7 Processor

Acer has updated its TimelineX notebooks with adding its new TimelineX 1830T notebook, which is thin, ultra portable and allows users to experience true mobility for an affordable price. The new TimelineX 1830T notebook features Intel HD Graphics GPU for maximum performance, 4 GB of RAM, 500 GB of hard drive storage, integrated Bluetooth, and Windows 7 Home Premium OS.


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Sep 21, 2010
SY Wong

Intel Releases Processor Upgrade Card Program at $50

If you own an Intel Pentium G6951 based PC and are planning for a system upgrade, you may be interested on this piece of news. Quietly, the giant chipmaker has released a $50 “Processor performance Upgrade Card’ that will able to unlock certain features of the existing processor for performance boost without changing any of your system peripherals physically.


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Sep 10, 2010
SY Wong

CUPP Announces Dual-boot Windows 7 And Linux Notebook With X86 And ARM Processors

ARM processors have been trying to penetrate into netbook segment which is still being monopolized by Intel Atom processor. While both ARM and X86 architecture doesn’t seems to be able to co-exist, have you ever wonder that there could be PC makers that trying to integrate them both into a notebook PC design? The recent announced machine from CUPP Computing, a Norwegian company is one of the good examples.
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