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Jun 16, 2010
My Digital Life Editorial Team

Disable ThinkPad Wireless or Wi-Fi Auto Turn Off When Inactive

In order to save battery life, ThinkPad laptop or notebook computer from Lenovo (previously IBM) can automatically shut down and turn off the wireless LAN (WiFi) radio when the wireless connection is inactive or not in used, through its Access Connections software.
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Jun 14, 2010
SY Wong

SeaMicro SM10000 Atom-based Server With Up To 512 CPUs

Intel Atom processor has been penetrating well in both netbook and embedded market and if you wonder what other market segment that it can fit into, SeaMicro has an answer for you. Just recently, the company has announced a new server design utilizing multiple Atom processors integrated into one single server platform for advanced power computing needed by server applications. Being designed with Intel Atom Z530 processors, the whole server system, with the named of SM10000 can integrate as much as 512 Atom CPUs with 16 Atom processors and chipsets on a single PCB, with up to 32 PCBs stacked together to build a powerful server with easy scalability.


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Jun 2, 2010
SY Wong

Intel Oak Trail, Dual-Core Atom N455 and N475 Annoucement At Computex

Intel Corp is successful with its Atom processor especially in both netbook and embedded markets. And if you wonder what will be the next generation processor that could potentially be targeted for tablet PC, the recent Computex event held in Taipei will have some answer to you. As usual, the giant chipmaker is ready to announce any news that may interest to you especially its concrete roadmap listing down all the upcoming Atom family product lines. And this round of time, an “Oak Trail” platform has just been announced specifically tailored for sleek netbook or tablet PC with tinier form factor with extremely low thermal dissipation.


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Jun 2, 2010
Ooi TS

New ASUS Slate Devices – ASUS Eee Pad EP121 and EP101TC

ASUS has announced its slate device which is known as ASUS Eee Pad, The Ultra-slim and light slate device is being designed to provide users with a real time cloud experience. The Asus Eee Pad is available in two models, which are Eee Pad EP121 and EP101TC.


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May 24, 2010
Ooi TS

New White Polycarbonate MacBook (2010 7.1 Model) With 10 Hours Battery Life

Macbook, the brand of Macintosh notebook computers from Apple, has recently received the much-awaited refresh with updated system hardware specifications. The new White Polycarbonate MacBook is powered by a 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and featured with the latest NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics for deliver better performance and speed. Besides, the battery life of the new 2010 model has been improved to 10 hours.


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May 23, 2010
SY Wong

MSI Conceptual Convertible Sketchbook Notebook Design

You may have seen some notebook designs with convertible dual screen and when the top screen being flipped, a touch screen on reversed side will surface that able to transform the whole notebook into tablet PC which could be flexible and useful for those that prefers to tap or touch on screen directly as a replacement of conventional hard keyboard. However, the recent prototype disclosed by MSI may slightly change this hybrid design and instead of rotating its LCD display, the new concept focuses on its keyboard base and by simply flipping the keyboard by 180-degree, users will able to utilize its trackpad which was hidden underneath in normal configuration.


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May 22, 2010
SY Wong

Intel May Lift 10.1-inch Panel Size Restriction With N550 Atom Availability

Intel Corp is famous for its thermally efficient Atom processor especially in the netbook market. And in order to eliminate the possibility of cannibalization into notebook segment utilizing its other processor and chipset families, the giant chipmaker has set the boundary of maximum panel resolution capped at 10.1-inch since day one. And good news now, if the rumor is true, it may have plan to remove such restriction in conjunction with the release of dual-core N550 Atom processor by Q3 this year.


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May 19, 2010
SY Wong

Intel N550 Dual-Core Netbook Available At $349-399 By Q310

Intel Corp is so successful in creating netbook segment but at the same time it also gives room for ARM-based design to grow especially in entry level market. In order to continuously scale up to differentiate itself from others’ competitors, the giant chipmaker has planned to relese its next generation dual-core N550 by Q3 this year.


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May 16, 2010
Ooi TS

Panasonic Toughbook 31 (Meets Military Standard 810G)

Panasonic has announced its latest rugged notebook which is known as Toughbook 31. The rugged notebook has been designed to meet the military standard 810G for protection from six-foot drops, dust, shock, vibration, salt, fog and humidity as well as temperature extremes. The casing of the notebook has been fully sealed with magnesium alloy for improving water resistance and scratching.


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May 14, 2010
SY Wong

Arbor Announces Gladius G0710S Ruggedized Atom-based Tablet PC

Previously we mentioned about Gladius G0710 Intel Atom based ruggedized tablet PC released by Arbor technology back to 2008, now seems that the company has ready with its newly refreshed model redefined with extra durability and feature enhancements.


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May 13, 2010
SY Wong

Intel Atom N450 Kids Classmate Tablet PC For Educational Purpose

Previously we mentioned about Linux based SimplicITY PC targeted for senior citizen, and if you wonder if there is any that is meant for children, the recently announced Kid Classmate Tablet PC could be one of them. Being powered by Intel Atom N450 processor, the new machine with the name of Kids Classmate is a flagship product from KidComputers.com targeted for the niche market with much lesser competition as compared to netbook market.


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May 11, 2010
Nic Cho

New Sony VAIO P Series With GPS, Accelerometer And One-Touch Buttons

The worldwide leading innovator of audio, video, communications and IT products, Sony has announced the upcoming launch of its new updated, ultra-compact Sony VAIO P Series, which the company claims as its first laptop equipped with an integrated GPS, accelerometer sensor and Digital Compass. The new VAIO P full-featured notebook computer will incorporate Intel Atom CPU, SSD, and a number of one-touch buttons for instant access to the Web and more, based on Windows 7 operating system.


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