As you can see the “new” 17″ iMac that was talked about yesterday is actually the old 17″ iMac. You see, Apple has been offering this iMac ever since it was released but since it was discontinued to the general public it has only been available to educational institutions buying in bulk. Unfortunately I, along […]
Meet Your New 17″ iMac In Apple’s March email focused on education users Apple has (possibly inadvertently) announced plans to offer a 17″ iMac starting at $899. It is possible that this was a typo but it seems unlikely. It is much more likely that Apple had finally heard enough complaining from education customers regarding […]
Apple Inc. (AAPL) is planning to launch a netbook computer with a touch screen monitor as early as the second half of this year, two people close to the situation told Dow Jones Newswires Tuesday. The mini laptop computers will likely have monitor screens that are between 9.7-inches and 10-inches, one person, who declined to […]
The Eee Keyboard that was shown off at CES is finally getting some more solid (albeit not completely solid) details on release date and pricing. The Eee Keyboard, which now features a silver on aluminum design will have a 1.6GHz Atom processor, 1GB of RAM, and a 16GB or 32GB solid state disk. A rep […]
Here’s a quick run down of what Apple released yesterday: Apple Keyboard Compact design of the Apple wireless keyboard without the need for battery switching and with the benefit of two USB 2.0 ports AirPort Extreme Base Station Simultaneous dual-band Wi-Fi broadcasts on both 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands so you have maximum range and full […]
World of Apple and My Apple Guide have both heard from sources that Apple is planning to hold a special event on March 24 to release new desktop hardware. Only My Apple Guide claims to have any specifics as to what Apple will announce, they are expecting a new Mac Mini, iMacs with Nvidia chipsets, […]
A blatant rip off of the recent MacBook redesign. MSI’s sleek X320 and X340 to hit in April.
This new model has dual touchscreens and may replace the previous OLPC model. There is some question as to whether or not this will be released. Erstes Foto des OLPC 2.0 | Netbooknews.de – das Netbook Blog.
Dell announced the interesting Adamo notebook. The notebook doesn’t look too bad but I don’t understand the design decision behind the hinge for the display being about an inch from the back of the notebook. Dell officially unveils Adamo, Mini 10 | Crave – CNET.
Sony has officially announced what everyone was expecting, the Vaio P notebook. It is the worlds lightest 8-inch notebook at just 1.4 pounds (and because of its small size I will now call it a netbook, even though Sony doesn’t want me to). The netbook features Windows Vista, a 1600×768 resolution LED backlit LCD display, […]
This netbook will replace the Mini-Note 2133 and abandons the Via processor in favor of an Intel Atom CPU. The processor change will not only increase battery life but also make the netbook run a lot cooler. HP has also managed to fit a 10-inch screen in the same size chassis as the 2133 which […]
I guess I didn’t realize that OQO was even still in business. I can’t comprehend where their devices are supposed to fit in the marketplace. UMPC maker OQO will soon release the successor to its Model 02 portable PC, which is expected to be as much as twice as fast. The Model 2+ is reported […]