The Innergie mCube Mini is claimed to be the world’s smallest travel charger for laptops. The gadget can be powered by either a 12V or a 15V outlet and supports netbooks or laptops that need up to 65W of power at 15-21V. The mCube Mini also has a USB port, so you can charge other portable gadgets at the same time. Measuring 60mm x 26mm x 18mm, the Innergie mCube Mini retails for $70. [Product Page]
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HP has published a support page for the HP Mini 210, that comes equipped with software and driver downloads. Softwares are available for Microsoft Windows 7, Vista, XP, and 2000. While, drivers are also available for the HP Quick Launch buttons, Atheros LAN card, chipset, graphics, and the Qualcomm Gobi2000 mobile broadband module, which supports international 3G connectivity as well as GPS. There is also a Bluetooth driver, which indicates that Bluetooth will be available as an option. [CNET]
HCL of India has launched a new 3G-capable netbook in India. Dubbed as the ME 06, this netbook is powered by a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 processor, a 10.1-inch LCD display at 1,024 x 600 resolution, a 1GB RAM, a 160GB hard drive and Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition. If you are living in India, you can purchase the HCL ME 06 for around $465. [Netbook India]
Good news for Jamaican, because cellphone carrier Claro Jamaica is starting to offer customers a free Dell Inspiron Mini 10 when they sign up for 3GB/month play for about $34 per month (plus a $67 fee up front). The netbook supports Claro’s 3G wireless broadband network. In addition, Digicel will also offer netbooks after Digicel rolls out its new 4G WiMAX network in mid-2010. [Gleaner]
The DreamBook Light U11 is a computer from Pioneer Computers, Australia’s top manufacturer of personal computers since 1996. The laptop provides a 11.6-inch LCD screen with an Intel dual core SU2300 or SU4100 processor and up to 4GB of memory. Additional features include Bluetooth, a 1.3-megapixel Webcam, three USB ports and a four-in-one memory card reader. The DreamBook Light U11 retails for $630. [Slashgear]
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