All-in-one touchscreen Eee PC ETP1602 specifications, perfect cheap iMac clone?

Funny as the title sounds, but according to the rumors, this thing will cost around $500 which is about one fourth of what iMac retails at. We also have full All-in-one touchscreen Eee PC ETP1602 specs:

Intel Atom processor (1.6GHz/533MHz FSB/512K Cache)
1 GB DDR2 667 RAM
160 GB SATA II 5400rpm hard drive
Graphics Card: Shared Graphics (128MB)
Windows XP Home (SP3)
15.6″ (16:10 Wide Panel) touchscreen
Graphics: Shared Graphics (128MB)
Webcam: 1.3 Mega Pixel
Mirophone: Digital Array Microphone
Audio Chips: 2 x 4W Hifi Speaker + SRS
Communication: 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet
WLAN: WiFi 802.11b/g/n
IO Side Ports: Memory card slot (SD/SDHC/MS/MS Pro) / USB ports x 2
IO Rear Ports: Audio Ports x 3 (Microphone, Line in & Line Out) / USB ports x 4 / Gigabit LAN port
Ships with: StarOffice, Adobe Reader 8.0, Norton Internet Security (90 day trial version), Express Gate, Skype, Eee Memo, SoftStyles, Eee Cam and Eee Cinema

all in one eee pc

This may look like a rip-off of the iMac, but, hey this is an EEE PC. What does that means? = CHEAP! Play.com is selling this all in one EEE PC for mere 400 pounds.

ASUS EEE PC: whole concept out of control?

Now, I’m going to whine about the new 904s. ASUS had no competitors in the begining of this NetBook market. But, that is not the scenario now. It is a cut-throat competion and ASUS are in panic now. 901s have not even been made avaliable around the world.

First came the ASUS EEE PC 70x series. It was a huge success. Cheap and portability were it’s chief keywords.

Now, design engineers at ASUS are loosing sight of the whole EEE PC concept. Why all of a sudden am I saying all this? Continue reading “ASUS EEE PC: whole concept out of control?”

Brother releases Professional inkjet printer

Brother’s newest inkjet multifunction printer, the MFC-6490CW is a milestone for the company–it’s their first color inkjet that can print, copy, scan, and fax on 11 inch by 17-inch tabloid sized paper. This is also the first in a new line of “Professional Series” printers that accommodate the creative and innovative consumer.

The printer will have ports for direct printing from USB flash drives, PictBridge compatible ports, and external multimedia cards. In addition, the MFC-6490CW is also wireless and includes a built in auto-document feeder, dual paper input trays, and a four ink cartridge bay. We’re also excited to see that it has a beautiful 3.3-inch color LCD that acts as a control center for the device.
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Iphone soon to hit China

iPhone gets one step closer to China

Talks about how to bring the iPhone to China have moved from hard-line negotiations to the logistics phase, Reuters is reporting.

During an interview at the Worldwide Developers Conference, Jobs hinted to CNBC that Apple might soon add China to its list of countries where the iPhone will become available. But working out the details of exactly how that will happen hasn’t been easy.

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Article: Making your EEE PC 701 experience better

So, you got the EEE 701 netbook real cheap. Now, this article is for the people who’ve installed windows XP on their device and want to make the overall experience with their EEE better.

Resolution:

EEE 701 users will find the WVGA resolution(800 x  480)  a bit challenge to work with when using some of their standard applications. Fortunately, there are solutions to most of the problems.

1) Astray+: The more I say about this application, the less it would be. This application is just plain fantastic! It lets you change between different resolutions in a breeze. It lets you increase the resolution to 1000 x 600 and even 1024 x 768! This lets you use some of the applications which looked impossible to be used on EEE due to its resolution constraints.

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VERTU'S concept phone

Vertu is one luxury phone maker that’s not afraid to take risks, as evidenced by such creations as its $310,000 “Signature Cobra” handset. But with competition in that space growing all the time, real or fake, it behooves the company to stay on the cutting edge.

So the designer Christopher Tak Cheung Yue has proposed a phone that takes some new angles–seven of them, to be exact. The seven-sided “Vertu Suave” concept is designed base on the modern definition of time as luxury. The sophisticated balance of angular and organic shape offers a comfort of interacting with this personal device adapting the rich life style of a modern female. The material uses precious metal yellow gold or pink gold as front, titanium rim and variation of fashionable sheep skin leather as back. It is a true luxury statement of elegant and confidence.

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