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MacBook Pro With 3G Listed on eBay

MacBook Pro With 3G Listed on eBay

A 3G Macbook Pro prototype has been appeared on ebay for sell and the Macbook was bought from from Craiglist ‘for parts’ but the buyer was able to repair it to sell further. The laptop carries a red motherboard which is typical of Apple prototypes and the current bid price is $2,065.00 with 4 days and 11 hours left…………….

By On August 14, 2011 1 Response
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Samsung SCH-LC11 4G Mobile Hotspot (Verizon Wireless)

Samsung SCH-LC11 4G Mobile Hotspot (Verizon Wireless)

Verizon Wireless offering Samsung SCH-LC11 4G Mobile Hotspot. Small enough to fit in your pocket, the Samsung 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot from Verizon Wireless is powerful enough to bring the Internet to your whole family wherever your wireless phone works no cables required. Just power it on and instantly connect up to five Wi–Fi–enabled devices.

By On August 14, 2011 1 Response
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American Innovative Neverlate Executive Alarm Clock

American Innovative Neverlate Executive Alarm Clock

Nearly every aspect of the Neverlate Executive Alarm Clock is fully customizable to suit personal preferences. Everything from the backlight brightness to the alarm duration is fully adjustable. Two alarm banks provide two completely independent seven-day wake schedules, his and hers for example. In addition, the clock features a daily reminder bank, calendar display, and a preferences menu that allows one to choose disparate wake settings.

By On August 13, 2011 Respond
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SATA-IO Announced Two New SATA Standards

SATA-IO Announced Two New SATA Standards

SATA-IO announced the development of a new standard that combines SATA software infrastructure with the PCI Express interface and the new technology will allow manufacturers to create devices that can tap into the bandwidth of PCIe slots while remaining compatible with existing SATA applications. The amalgamation will offer an affordable way to provide devices with interface speeds of 8Gb/s and 16Gb/s, a healthy increase over SATA 3.0’s single-channel throughput of 6Gb/s. SATA Express devices are recognized by the host as plain old SATA hardware it’s also more scalable than traditional SATA because SATA-IO can simply tap into more PCIe lanes to boost speed and satisfy higher performance requirements when the time comes……………..

By On August 12, 2011 Respond
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New Apple Patent Shows Schematic Maps

New Apple Patent Shows Schematic Maps

Apple has shown interest in creating a new Maps application for the iPhone and other iOS devices that would exaggerate some details, like roads or landmarks to make navigation easier to follow and a patent shows that Apple’s maps will simplify things to the user by providing the most relevant information in the given situation. Coincidentally this seems to go with Apple’s overall design philosophy and the patent is called Schematic Maps, which first determines the amount of screen real estate that is available to the user………….

By On August 12, 2011 Respond
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Dell Latitude XT3 Now Available For Pre-Order Start Shipping By September 22

Dell Latitude XT3 Now Available For Pre-Order Start Shipping By September 22

Dell begain pre-order page for the touchscreen convertible that you’ve been waiting for: the Latitude XT3. The Dell Latitude XT3 was announced all the way back in February of this year. Since then, Dell has continued to sell the Latitude XT2, a 12″ Tablet PC. The XT3 is a convertible Tablet PC with a 13.3″ display. In recent years, the larger PC manufacturers have shunned 13″ and larger Tablet PCs in favor of more mobile offerings. The 13.3-inch laptop sports an Intel Core i3, i5, or i7 processor, Windows 7, and works with a finger or stylus.

By On August 11, 2011 Respond
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UCLA Engineers Invent Photovoltaic Polarizers, Now Devices Could Be Powered By It Self

UCLA Engineers Invent Photovoltaic Polarizers, Now Devices Could Be Powered By It Self

Photovoltaic polarizers could make self-charging that makes the dreams come true. UCLA engineers allows LCDs to recycle energy, with photovoltaic polarizers, devices could be powered by sunlight, own backlight. This is most worse thing to losing the charge of smartphone or laptop running down when we have no access to an electrical outlet. But the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science could finally help solve the problem. According to the researchers, the traditional LCD polarization process loses as much as 75 percent of light energy something that eats around 80 to 90 percent of the device’s power. By using polarizing organic photovoltaic cells, the LCD-packing gizmo can recycle its own lost backlight energy, keeping itself charged for longer. Checkout more details in the press release bellow.

By On August 11, 2011 Respond
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Logitech G13 Programmable Gameboard With LCD Display

Logitech G13 Programmable Gameboard With LCD Display

The Logitech G13 advanced gameboard gives you game-changing comfort and control. Naturally contoured design follows the natural shape of your hand and fingers for increased comfort during long sessions. Onboard memory lets you program up to 5 ready-to-play profiles, so you can take your personal preferences with you. Customizable backlighting lets you choose your colors and easily locate the right key in low-light conditions or lights-out play.

By On August 9, 2011 Respond
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Vision Research’s  New Phantom v1210 And v1610 Is More Faster

Vision Research’s New Phantom v1210 And v1610 Is More Faster

Vision Research, a leading manufacturer of digital high-speed imaging systems. They introduce two additions to the company’s Phantom v-Series line of digital high-speed cameras with the newly announced Phantom v1610 and v1210 cameras. New Phantom v1610 Is 60 Percent Faster than Any Other Digital High-Speed Camera in Its Class. The v1210 is capable of capturing 12,000 fps to 16,000 fps, with its higher end buddy the v1610 capturing between 650,000 fps and 1,000,000 fps, if you sacrifice resolution. Shooting 1280 x 800 widescreen images (at regular speed), the v1210 boasts 12GB, 24GB, or 48GB of segmented memory, while the v1610 can hold 24GB, 48GB, or 96GB of segmented memory. Other features like an image-based auto-trigger, ethernet port, SMPTE & IRIG timecode, genlock, 28 micron pixel size, 12-bit depth pixel depth standard, and an HD-SDI output. For now no informations on pricing. Checkout more details bellow in the press release.

By On August 9, 2011 Respond
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Buffalo Technology MiniStation Stealth 500 GB USB 2.0 Portable External Hard Drive

Buffalo Technology MiniStation Stealth 500 GB USB 2.0 Portable External Hard Drive

The Buffalo MiniStation Stealth is a high performance portable storage solution in a remarkably compact and lightweight contemporary form. Simply plug it into any available USB port on your PC or Mac computer and instantly add capacity or store files to take on the road. The MiniStation Stealth’s compact design occupies minimal space and it’s USB powered so there are no additional cables to manage and no need for a separate power source. Included with the Stealth is Buffalo’s multi-purpose Buffalo Tools utility suite designed to enhance Windows PC performance and user experience.

By On August 8, 2011 Respond
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Apple Interested More In Lightweight Notebooks

Apple Interested More In Lightweight Notebooks

Shipments of Apple’s just released third-generation MacBook Air from the supply chain already reached 400,000-500,000 units in June and the volume is expected to remain strong throughout July and August and with this report, may be Apple interested more in lightweight notebooks. Apple’s latest MacBook Air is set to be yet another huge success for the company and pple announced shipments of its Macs during the third quarter reached 3.95 million units, a 14% increase over last year’s numbers. Apple’s orders so far hint that total MacBook Air sales for 2011 could hit 14 million units and Apple has a vise-grip on ultraportables like it has on tablets………….

By On August 8, 2011 Respond
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Cinemin Swivel Multimedia Pico Projector

Cinemin Swivel Multimedia Pico Projector

Introducing the Cinemin Swivel, the ultra portable multimedia micro projector powered by Texas Instruments DLP technology for ultra clear picture quality. It is designed to work with mobile devices like Apple’s popular iPhone, Cinemin takes projection out of boardrooms and movie theaters and into the palm of your hand.

By On August 8, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Rejects Dolby From Windows 8

Microsoft Rejects Dolby From Windows 8

Dolby Labs has recently reported during in the post-earnings conference call with investors that Dolby Technologies won’t be included in next version of Windows 8 and Microsoft had included support for Dolby Digital Plus directly into Windows 7, the present version of its flagship operating system. The move may be due to the rise of cloud software and streamed movies such that DVD playback technologies are simply too expensive to license………..

By On August 7, 2011 Respond
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Dell Latitude XT3 Tablet PC Now Available At Dell.com

Dell Latitude XT3 Tablet PC Now Available At Dell.com

Dell’s Latitude XT3 Tablet PC finally has a product page to call its own, which likely means the launch of the computer is imminent. In Dell’s website you will find the press releases, products and FCC applications, and this is might be the first time you can see a full Latitude XT3 product page on Dell.com.

By On August 6, 2011 Respond
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Intel Ultrabooks Releasing With A price Tag Of $710

Intel Ultrabooks Releasing With A price Tag Of $710

Ultrabook part costs to help placate Windows PC builders who complain they can’t compete on price with Apple. The report from Digitimes doesn’t lay out the specific assembly costs, but pegs the chipmaker’s 18mm and 21mm thick laptops at $493 – $710 and $475 – $650, respectively. For systems at the thinner 0.7 inches of the MacBook Air ultra books are designed to imitate.

By On August 6, 2011 Respond
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