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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Simply begging, nay demanding, that it be introduced with some half-cocked pun like ‘Asus to start shifting super sleek Seashells with a C Drive’, we can announce that their quirkily named netbook will indeed be shimmying their way on to UK shop shelves this month.
The 1008HA Eee PC is one smooth looking slab of soapy-smooth loveliness, looking a mere slither of a thing at just one-inch thick.
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Although we’re just about up to here looking at near-identical netbooks all offering near-identical specifications, the successor to Samsung’s class leading NC10 netbook seems worthy of a mention.
Continue reading Samsung N110 Netbook Announced And Reviewed
There’s been so many manufacturers knocking out these things that we’re now reduced to uttering “netbooks, schnetbooks” whenever another press release gets shoved out way, but at least Samsung’s new NC310 number looks a little different to the pack.
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While netbooks continue to offer bigger screens with a corresponding creep in case size, the UMID’s mbook engages reverse gear and is but a mere slip of a thing with a tiny screen.
Undoubtedly the tiniest netbook yet, the mbook squeezes in the same 1.1GHz Atom Silverthorne Intel CPU seen on regular netbooks, while the touchscreen gets shrunk in the wash down to a mere 4.8-inch number sporting a eyesight challenging 1024 X 600 screen resolution.
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We’re loving the look of Dell’s new Latitude XT2 PC touchscreen laptop.
Billed as the industry’s first tablet PC with multi-touch screen technology, the XT2 looks to be a real versatile performer, with its rotating multi-touch responsive screen supporting natural gestures like a scrolling, two-finger panning, pinch to zoom, rotating and more.
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For anyone fed up lugging around beefy portable hard drives, Transcend’s super stylish new SSD18M eSATA drives look an absolute treat.
Sporting a rather lovely black “gloss diamond pattern” exterior, the portable solid state drive measures just three inches long and two inches wide ( 80 x 50 x 12.5mm), so it’ll slip into your trouser pocket, nae bother.
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Acer has announced details of its stylish new 10in Aspire One netbook, due to go on sale next month.
The specs look pretty good, with the Aspire packing the now-standard 1.6GHz Atom N270 processor, 1GB RAM backed up by a sizeable 160GB hard disk and a widescreen 1,024 x 600 pixel display
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For years, Brits were baffled by the continuing dominance of the Motorola RAZR at the top of the US best selling handset listings, but it’s finally been booted off and – for the first time – replaced by a smartphone which now sits at the top of the pile. That handset is, of course, the Apple iPhone which has proved more popular than a bucket of alcopops at a teenagers party,
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