Archive for Lars-Göran Nilsson

  • Epson to offer TX510FN world's most eco-friendly printer

    Epson to offer TX510FN world's most eco-friendly printer

    By 23 July 2009

    Epson is set to unleash its Stylus Office TX510FN upon the world in a couple of months, but we’ve gotten our hands on some early details about this all-in-one device and it looks set to save a lot of money on electricity for those that leave their printer...

  • Point of View launches Mobii ION netbook

    Point of View launches Mobii ION netbook

    By 21 July 2009

    Point of View is known for its Nvidia-based graphics cards, but it now seems like they’re getting ready to break in to the competitive netbook market with an Nvidia ION based netbook. We saw this specific model at Computex last month, although it was...

  • BenQ Joybook Lite U102 launches

    BenQ Joybook Lite U102 launches

    By 21 July 2009

    Unlike the Joybook Lite U121 Eco that we brought you news of recently, the Joybook Lite U102 is all about basic features, simple design and low cost. This is because the U102 is intended to be sold by mobile phone operators as a cheap and cheerful model,...

  • BenQ Joybook Lite U121 Eco netbook launches

    BenQ Joybook Lite U121 Eco netbook launches

    By 20 July 2009

    BenQ is yet to become a major player in the notebook/netbook market, but judging by the kind of products the company is starting to make, they have a good chance of gaining some attention. The latest addition to their range of netbooks, the Joybook Lite...

  • BenQ nettop all-in-ones to offer Full HD video playback

    BenQ nettop all-in-ones to offer Full HD video playback

    By 17 July 2009

    BenQ's new range of all-in-one desktop PCs will soon feature new Broadcom tech, that will see full 1080p video playback possible on a budget set-up. Thanks to Broadcom's recently announced Crystal HD, an HD video decoder solution for netbooks (and now...

  • Mio reveals Explora K85

    Mio reveals Explora K85

    By 8 June 2009

    Mio launched a new smartphone with built-in GPS navigation during Computex called the Explora K85, and as with many new devices these days, it has borrowed at least some inspiration from the iPhone. The Explora K85 looks quite smart with clean edges and...

  • GSmart S1200 announced

    GSmart S1200 announced

    By 8 June 2009

    Gigabyte Communications, also known as GSmart, launched a new Windows Mobile smartphone during Computex and the S1200 as it's called is a break from the company's older models in terms of design. GSmart has always created feature rich handsets and was...

  • Mio announces Litepad netbooks and notebooks

    Mio announces Litepad netbooks and notebooks

    By 8 June 2009

    Mio, best known for its GPS devices, has launched a range of new notebooks and netbooks at Computex which all come with a built-in 3.5G modem, but luckily, this isn't the only interesting feature on offer. Mio has taken a leaf out of Apple's book and...

  • Averlogic streams HDMI signals over power lines

    Averlogic streams HDMI signals over power lines

    By 5 June 2009

    You might never have heard of Averlogic before, but the company has created an interesting solution for anyone that wants to stream HDMI signals around their house. The products on display at Computex weren’t final retail products, but the demo was...

  • Asus shows UX30

    Asus shows UX30

    By 5 June 2009

    Asus’ 13.3-inch CULV UX30 notebook made an appearance at Computex and it’s not hard to tell that Asus is trying to compete with Apple’s MacBook Air with the UX30. The keyboard is quite well designed, although still not as nice as on some devices...

  • Ferrari nettop revealed

    Ferrari nettop revealed

    By 5 June 2009

    If the Ming vase ION based system from ECS wasn’t quite what you were looking for, but you still want a computer that is something out of the ordinary, then maybe this Atom system built into a remote controlled Ferrari is more up your street. We’re...

  • Acer shows working L1, C1 and F1

    Acer shows working L1, C1 and F1

    By 5 June 2009

    Acer was showing off three new Windows Mobile 6.5 devices at its booth during Computex, the L1, C1 and F1, that we've brought you brief news of before. These are currently just code names and might not be the final product names, although we like the...

  • AMD reveals three new Yukon notebooks

    AMD reveals three new Yukon notebooks

    By 4 June 2009

    At a press conference during Computex, AMD displayed three new thin and light notebooks based on its Yukon platform from Gateway, BenQ and Medion. All three models were quite different and all had some unique features. The designs differ quite a lot from...

  • ECS shows T800 MID running Android

    ECS shows T800 MID running Android

    By 4 June 2009

    Among all the devices we’ve seen so far at Computex, ECS had one of the coolest looking mobile internet devices, or MIDs as they're also known as. The T800, as it's currently called, offers an unusual mix of features. First and foremost, the T800's...

  • ECS crams ION nettop into Chinese vase

    ECS crams ION nettop into Chinese vase

    By 3 June 2009

    Of all the wacky kind of things you see at trade shows, Computex always brings some of the biggest surprises. This year it was ECS who managed to fit an ION system into a Chinese vase. The system itself isn’t so remarkable, as it uses a single core...

  • New ultra-light notebook shown at Intel keynote

    New ultra-light notebook shown at Intel keynote

    By 2 June 2009

    Ultra-light notebooks were the message from Intel today during its keynote speech and ECS was one of many manufacturers that have embraced Intel’s new philosophy. ECS is one of three companies that we saw using this design and we expect it turn up under...

  • Nvidia ION-based nettops shown off at Computex

    Nvidia ION-based nettops shown off at Computex

    By 2 June 2009

    For those of you that have been waiting to see some more Nvidia ION-based systems, the company delivered a wide range of nettops during its first press conference a day ahead of the official opening of Computex. The models shown were a mixed bag, with...


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