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Feb 16 2008

Sony Ericsson’s new HSPA ExpressCards offer effortless high speed mobile data access, including GPS

Sony Ericsson launched its first HSPA 7.2/2.0 devices with the ExpressCard/34 form factor, the EC400 and EC400g. Both mobile broadband ExpressCards help busy professionals on the go to save time by enabling instant Internet access, regardless of their location. Sliding easily into a laptop’s ExpressCard slot, the EC400 and EC400g allow up to 7.2 Mb/s in download and 2.0 Mb/s in upload speeds. Additionally, the EC400g is equipped with an inbuilt GPS receiver, which automatically shows the user’s current location on Google™ Maps or a similar service or can feed into any other location-based service. Continue Reading »

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Dec 17 2007

GeForce 8800GTS card from Albatron

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Albatron has announced the 8800GTS-512X, an enthusiast level GeForce 8 series graphics card, featuring 65nm process technology.

The 8800GTS-512X GPU is endowed with a 650MHz core and also contains 512MB GDDR3 memory with a 256-bit bus and frequency of 1940 MHz, said the company.

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Nov 02 2007

New SlimEdge Design innovation from Fujitsu gives you the widest view in a 13-inch form factor

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Made possible by a unique innovation, the LifeBook S6510 sports side edges a mere 5.6mm wide, providing the largest and widest display in a 13.3-inch form factor for your absolute viewing pleasure. The result is an all-round winner with a striking silhouette, ultra-mobility and sturdiness that delivers superior performance and no-nonsense reliability. Continue Reading »

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Oct 26 2007

NVIDIA planning 8800M GTX notebook graphics?

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NVIDIA is planning a new top-end graphics processor for notebooks that will outperform the GeForce 8700M GT just a few months after its release, claim visitors to the recent Computex expo in Taiwan. The upgrade would be known as the 8800M GTX and would effectively be a mobile-optimized version of the imminent GeForce 8800 GT for desktops. The architecture would be virtually the same save for a lower clock speed and switching on power saving measures that are unnecessary for the desktop card, according to the report. Continue Reading »

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