Lenovo have decided to don their party hats and come along to the Atom CPU party, bringing along their C300 all-in-one desktop.
Scooping out the innards of a netbook and dropping them into a rather attractively styled combined desktop PC with a 20 inch widescreen display, Lenovo are following the likes of Asus, Acer and MSI by providing a low cost machine ideally suited for bedrooms and studies.
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With the US launch of the hugely hyped Palm Pre handset just ten days away, rumours, leaks, screengrabs and videos have been leaking all over the web.
The guide to Palm’s innovative gesture-based interface can now be read in full online here, detailing how actions like opening apps, closing programs, scrolling and zooming can be achieved.
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We’ve been interested and excited about this high end camera since it was first revealed at Photokina 2008 nearly eight months ago. The £600 digital snapper promises extra-high quality images courtesy of a ‘Foveon’ sensor, which is roughly 12 times larger than the regular ‘2.5-inch’ type seen in most digicams.
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It’s been a long time coming, but Palm have finally announced the launch date for its eagerly awaited Palm Pre mobile phone in the States.
Available through the Sprint network on June 6th, the Pre will cost $199.99 (after $100 mail-rebate) on a horribly long 2-year contract.
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LG has slammed the gauntlet down to other TV manufacturers by announcing the world’s thinnest LCD screens.
Their new 42 and 46 inch models measure up at an outrageously slender 5.9mm thick (0.23 inches) – a truly remarkably feat of engineering that makes our current LCD screen match the proportions of Fatty Arbuckle and Billy Bunter’s undies. Combined.
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April has proved to be another gloomy month for the cats at Apple as retail sales continue a downward arc, according to figures from the NPD Group.
Analyst whizz Gene Munster from Piper Jaffray cast his beady eyes over the sales data and noted that Mac sales were down 1.8 percent compared to a year ago.
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Looking sleeker than an oily torpedo sliding through an ocean of hot butter is the new Iomega Announces eGo portable hard drives, announced Sunday.
Served up in range of funky colours and offering up to 500GB in capacity, Iomega are feeling pretty charged up about their handiwork, describing the drives as being nothing less than the “ultimate embodiment of style and function in portable drives today.”
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The media may be stuffed full of hand-wringing tales of evil pirate downloaders busily hammering the last nails into the music industry, but new figures show that legal downloads are soaring.
UK industry bods the BPI have announced that 9.5% of the population bought music downloads in 2008, a mighty leap upwards from the 5.1% who bought music online in 2007.
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A new search engine said to be a “significant rival” to web giant Google is now online and offering a new way to access information.
Described as a “computation knowledge engine” rather than an ‘umble search engine, Wolfram Alpha is the work of British-born physicist Stephen Wolfram, who hopes his revolutionary products will change the way people use online data.
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Sony has released details of its new range of budget Alpha digital SLR cameras, with the company targeting folks looking to upgrade from compact cameras into the big wide world of dSLR shooting.
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