Wibrain Unveils New HSDPA-Ready UMPC i1

by Stephen on August 22, 2008

Wibrain i1 Atom/HSDPA/SSD UMPC

Wibrain unveiled its new UMPC ‘i1’ that will feature variants of Silverthorne Atom processor (1.1Ghz CPU and a 1.3Ghz version) and a built-in HSDPA module. It will be available with optional 30GB, and 60GB drive, and also SSD memory up to 64GB! The Wibrain touchpad is known for its exceptional split keyboard that offers quick URL and password entry. Wibrain claims it has 6-hour browsing time on the standard battery. Expected to hit retail in October. Price is still TBD. [UMPCPortal]

Fujitsu T1010 Tablet Is Easy On Your Wallet

by Stephen on August 21, 2008

Fujitsu T1010 Tablet Stylus Laptop

Fujitsu Siemens has announced a budget version of their tablet PC lineup, the Lifebook T1010 and Lifebook T1010 EDU. The 13,3″ T1010 comes in white casing and acts as a tablet PC with a touch-screen. It features the latest Intel® Centrino® 2 Processor Technology , 802.11a/b/g/draft-n for wireless connectivity, shock resistant 120GB to 250GB HDD, 2 GB DDR3-1066 SDRAM memory, and spill-free keyboard. Its handwriting recognition allows you to send handwritten emails. The series has even “skins” you can change as you please. MSRP: $1299. [Fujitsu]

Dell Inspiron 910 Specs Leaked

by Stephen on August 19, 2008

Dell Mini Inspiron 910

The Dell Inspiron 910 (aka Mini Inspiron and Inspiron Mini) specs have been leaked on the internet. The new 910 will support SSDs up to 16GB and has internals with rooms for extension. 910 will feature Intel Atom N270 DiamondVille, and is running on 512 MB DDR2 RAM Up To 1 GB and an optional VGA or 1.3-megapixel cameras. The rumor has it 910 will launch on August 22nd. Everyone is anxiously waiting for Dell to confirm the $299 price. [Gizmodo]

Kensington Wireless USB Docking Station

by Stephen on August 19, 2008

Kensington Wireless USB Docking Station

Kensington has just recently unveiled its first Wireless USB Docking Station. It lets you connect your notebook to a normal-size keyboard, mouse and monitor, as well as other assorted peripherals hanging around your desk, but this time without the hassle of plugging and unplugging each time you want to use them. The moment you turned on the laptop, all the devices are wirelessly ready to use within 15 foot range of the docking station. Kensington USB Dock features five USB ports to let you connect your most used peripherals. MSRP: $229.99. [Kensington]

Latest Elitebooks From HP Announced

by Stephen on August 18, 2008

HP Compaq 2730p Tablet Notebook

HP has just introduced new ultra-portable notebooks from EliteBook series, the smallest and lightest HP notebook models with built-in optical drive. The Elitebook models unveiled were 2530p, 2730p, and 2230s. 2530p is currently HP’s smallest and lightest-weight business notebook with only 3.19-pound in weight. 2730p weighs only 3.7-pound, its rotating screen transforms it into a pen-based tablet measuring only 1.11-inches thin. New features include an integrated touchpad, tablet buttons and a jog dial. And finally The stylish 2230s weighing 4.07-pound offers a 12.1-inch diagonal widescreen display and a satin, reflective, black-on-black surface. 2230s also includes HP 3D DriveGuard, which uses a three-axis accelerometer to detect sudden movement and initiate protective action, helping safeguard the hard drive against bumps or drops. All the series mentioned features  Intel Core™ 2 Duo ultra-low-voltage (ULV), with memory up to 3 GB DDR2 RAM, and HDD up to 250 GB, all wrapped in a sleek and durable HP DuraCase – a brushed, anodized aluminum exterior casing combined with a magnesium alloy chassis able to withstand tests such as extreme temperature, dust and humidity. The HP EliteBook 2530p and HP EliteBook 2730p are expected to be available by early September, with estimated starting U.S. street pricing of $1,499 and $1,670, respectively. The HP Compaq 2230s is currently available at an estimated starting U.S. street price of $999. [HP VIA Gizmodo]

New Fujitsu Mini Amilo Showcase In 10 Days

by Stephen on August 18, 2008

Fujitwu Siemens Mini Amilo

According to a recent article on IDG’s ITWorld, Fujitsu-Siemens will showcase its new small-sized Amilo notebook at this year’s IFA trade show in Berlin. The specs will be somewhat similar to the other ultra portable notebooks hitting the market recently. The new Amilo Notebook will also feature changeable face chassis in brown, black, pink, or red. The price tag is expected to be between €300 to €400. [Softpedia]

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