Archive for Lars-Göran Nilsson

  • Good Way to send USB to HDMI wirelessly

    Good Way to send USB to HDMI wirelessly

    By 27 May 2010

    Wireless USB never really took off, despite a lot of effort being put into making seemingly pointless products, but now accessory company Good Way Technology has come up with a potentially cunning use for it.  The company has created what it calls a...

  • MSI Wind U160 netbook to last 15 hours on single charge

    MSI Wind U160 netbook to last 15 hours on single charge

    By 24 May 2010

    MSI has also just detailed a new netbook, the Wind U160, in Taiwan, that promises to last over 15 hours on a single charge. Yes 15 hours. The feat, which is enough to get you from the London to LA and still have time to watch a movie afterwards isn't...

  • MSI Slatebook; MSI reveals more details

    MSI Slatebook; MSI reveals more details

    By 24 May 2010

    MSI has offered more details of its Slatebook due to be launched at Computex next month saying it will feature a “low power” Intel Atom processor, most likely the Z-series, come with a 10-inch screen and it be powered by Windows 7. If that wasn't...

  • First look at MSI Wind Top 3D All-in-One PC

    First look at MSI Wind Top 3D All-in-One PC

    By 24 May 2010

    MSI soft has launched its first all-in-one 3D PC, which comes with a set of the company's own 3D shutter glasses - and we got a sneak peak at a preview in Taiwan. The Wind Top AE2420 3D – which could really have done with a more consumer friendly name...

  • EXCLUSIVE: Motorola Motoroi heading to UK after spec boost

    EXCLUSIVE: Motorola Motoroi heading to UK after spec boost

    By 11 May 2010

    Remember the Motorola Motoroi Android handset we snapped at the Motorola stand at Mobile World Congress in February? Well Motorola has confirmed to Pocket-lint that while that specific model won't be making it out of South Korea, a better model will....

  • Gigabyte unveils the Booktop M1305 with graphics card-equipped dock

    Gigabyte unveils the Booktop M1305 with graphics card-equipped dock

    By 24 November 2009

    Gigabyte caused a bit of a stir with its Booktop M1022 netbook as it was the first and so far the only netbook available with a docking station. The company has now followed this up with the CULV-based Booktop M1305 and added yet another twist, a desktop...

  • BenQ unveils K60 nReader

    BenQ unveils K60 nReader

    By 17 November 2009

    eBook readers have quickly become the latest thing that the computer industry is throwing everything it has at, as it's seen as the new saviour product by suffering technology companies. The latest to join the fray is BenQ which has launched the first...

  • Ericsson reveals futuristic Spider Computer concept

    Ericsson reveals futuristic Spider Computer concept

    By 28 October 2009

    We got invited to look into the future by Ericsson at the Taiwan Broadband show, as the company has done some studies on what the connected world will look like in 2020. Ericsson was showing off a few concepts of what they expect to see in terms of consumer...

  • Moorestown-based MID from Wistron shown off

    Moorestown-based MID from Wistron shown off

    By 28 October 2009

    Intel is to launch its Moorestown Atom platform for MIDs (Mobile Internet Devices) sometime early next year and we got a sneak peak at an upcoming device from Taiwanese OEM Wistron. The un-named device was on display at the Ericsson booth at the Taiwan...

  • Albatron offers 42-inch touchscreen display

    Albatron offers 42-inch touchscreen display

    By 27 October 2009

    Touchscreen displays have been given a boost by Windows 7 and its native support for such displays, but there are some drawbacks of having a touchscreen display on your computer, such as a darker picture and a slightly fuzzy image depending on the technology...

  • ViewSonic unveils ViewBook range of notebooks

    ViewSonic unveils ViewBook range of notebooks

    By 21 October 2009

    At an event in Taipei, Taiwan, ViewSonic has unveiled a range of new Intel CULV based notebooks with LED-backlit displays, with two new product families introduced - the ViewBook and the ViewBook Pro - and we'll leave you guessing as to where the inspiration...

  • DigiLife sticks projector into pocket HD camcorder

    DigiLife sticks projector into pocket HD camcorder

    By 20 October 2009

    Although we admit that Nikon was first to combine a camera and a projector, Taiwanese DigiLife appears to be the first company to add a projector to a pocket HD camcorder. The DDV-JF1, as it's called, combines a Flip-style camcorder with a pocket projector...

  • Asda could be selling Linux-powered tablet PC by Christmas

    Asda could be selling Linux-powered tablet PC by Christmas

    By 20 October 2009

    Texet, a UK company better known for its calculators and low cost digital gadgets, is working on a tablet PC shown off during a recent sourcing fair in Hong Kong. We got the chance to get a few minutes hands-on time with the ARM-powered device and first...

  • Shenzen offers pen-input touchscreen netbook

    Shenzen offers pen-input touchscreen netbook

    By 16 October 2009

    It's not easy for netbook manufacturers to stand out from the crowd, especially when you consider how small the actual differences in terms of hardware from one model to another is. Tablet PC models have turned up more recently, although until now they've...

  • Netronix preps Cookie, Grace and Swiftie ebook readers

    Netronix preps Cookie, Grace and Swiftie ebook readers

    By 16 October 2009

    A Taiwanese company called Netronix has a few new ebook reader models coming that might just appeal to those that want more than the ablility to read books on their ebook reader. The EB600 Cookie (we have no idea why it's called that) has a 6-inch touch...

  • iPhone clone gets keyboard in case

    iPhone clone gets keyboard in case

    By 16 October 2009

    It's no secret that there are plenty of fake iPhone products on the market, but attend a trade show in Asia and you'll see more than your fair share. There are of course rip-offs of other phones as well, although most of those don't tend to add much in...

  • Wii gets custom-made Heckler and Koch MP5 controller

    Wii gets custom-made Heckler and Koch MP5 controller

    By 15 October 2009

    The amount of bonkers Nintendo Wii accessories cropping up never ceases to amaze, but during a visit to a trade show in Hong Kong, we spotted something that takes things to a whole other level. Although we've seen gun-motes for the Wii before, a Chinese...

  • Garmin Asus M20 heading to AT&T hints exec

    Garmin Asus M20 heading to AT&T hints exec

    By 19 August 2009

    The Garmin Asus M20 in likely to come to AT&T in the US later this year Pocket-lint has learnt following an informal chat with executives at the launch of the new handset come GPS in Taipei. The M20 launched on the local mobile network provider CHT (Chunghwa...

  • Microsoft LifeCam Cinema goes 720p

    Microsoft LifeCam Cinema goes 720p

    By 17 August 2009

    The humble webcam hasn’t changed much over the past couple of years with most models topping out at about 2 Megapixels, but it now seems like Microsoft is about to change this with the soon to launch LifeCam Cinema. This is the first consumer webcam...

  • Microsoft Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000
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    Microsoft Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000

    By 6 August 2009

    The Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000 is the first Windows 7 compatible desktop solution from Microsoft to feature the new "Taskbar Favourites" buttons along the top of the keyboard. Building on the now standard "Windows key", the result promises to give...

  • ViewSonic launches Blu-ray home theatre PC

    ViewSonic launches Blu-ray home theatre PC

    By 23 July 2009

    The last of a slew of ViewSonic launches is the pc mini VOT550, although, again as with the previous two mini computers, this one comes in two different models with its more basic sibling going under the name of VOT530. The VOT550 comes with Windows Media...

  • ViewSonic launches world’s smallest business PC

    ViewSonic launches world’s smallest business PC

    By 23 July 2009

    At 39 x 115 x 130mm, the ViewSonic VOT120 and VOT121 could be called anything but big, yet manage to cram in a full-spec PC. The target market for the new nettops are small and home businesses that don’t require large, power-hungry computers that take...

  • ViewSonic takes on Acer with Revo beater

    ViewSonic takes on Acer with Revo beater

    By 23 July 2009

    Despite ViewSonic’s inability to come up with a catchy name, we’re sure that the pc mini VOT132 has a good chance of popularity, as it is what a lot of people were hoping that the Acer Aspire Revo was going to be. The design might not be quite as...

  • ViewSonic launches VNB100 and VNB101 netbooks

    ViewSonic launches VNB100 and VNB101 netbooks

    By 23 July 2009

    ViewSonic is most well known for its display products, but the company has dabbled with various types of mobile computers in the past and was one of the first companies out with a tablet PC. A new announcement of two new netbooks sees ViewSonic entering...

  • ViewSonic launches View Show VPD500 and VPD400 PMPs

    ViewSonic launches View Show VPD500 and VPD400 PMPs

    By 23 July 2009

    ViewSonic has launched two new portable media players in Taiwan, the View Show VPD500 and VPD400. Both are intended for video on the go and with a native screen resolution of 800 x 480 pixels, they offer some of the highest resolution displays on the...


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