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ViewSonic brings Core i3 to the masses

ViewSonic brings Core i3 to the masses

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ViewSonic is trying very hard to become a serious contender in the notebook market, and its first lot of notebooks weren’t bad. Now, thanks to Intel at Computex, we know at least what one of ViewSonic’s upcoming models will have to offer.  The VNB145,... >>

Capture HD video through HDMI with AverMedia

Capture HD video through HDMI with AverMedia

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Although AverMedia isn’t the first company to offer HDMI capture cards, we’d expect its solutions to be far more affordable than what’s currently available in the market. The company was showing off two new models at Computex, offering a wide range... >>

Malata SMB-A1011 Android tablet steals the show at Computex

Malata SMB-A1011 Android tablet steals the show at Computex

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Trade shows can be extremely dull when you’re walking the show floors trying to find something new and exciting, but then you bump into something unexpected like the Malata SMB-A1011 tablet and it’s all worth it. Okay, so the name is anything but... >>

MSI Wind Pad to come with interchangeable covers?

MSI Wind Pad to come with interchangeable covers?

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We've previously brought you news that MSI has shown its 10-inch iPad rival at Computex in Taipei, the amusingly titled Wind Pad. However, we didn't say that the Taiwanese company is considering offering interchangeable back covers for it.  Three different... >>

Toshiba Portege M135: ultrathin and lord of bling

Toshiba Portege M135: ultrathin and lord of bling

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Toshiba has always had its own unique style when it comes to notebook designs, and its latest model (shown on the Intel booth at Computex in Taiwan), the Portégé M135, is one of the blingest notebooks we’ve ever seen that hasn’t been coated in crystals. ... >>

MSI shows off Sketch Book concept at Computex

MSI shows off Sketch Book concept at Computex

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One for budding artists, MSI’s Sketch Book is not just a conventional netbook, flip the keyboard around and on the back you’ll find a surface on which you can draw with a stylus. If you’re familiar with Wacom tablets, then you know what we’re... >>

Compro claims world's smallest digital TV tuner

Compro claims world's smallest digital TV tuner

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If you’ve ever felt the urge to own the world’s smallest DVB-T TV tuner, then you’re in luck; Compro’s U680F is tiny. This diminutive USB TV-tuner doesn’t stop at mere TV pictures though, it also supports DAB and DAB+ digital radio, as well... >>

MSI to dabble in Android tablet market?

MSI to dabble in Android tablet market?

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There are a couple of different approaches to tablets that we’ve seen at Computex in Taiwan, either they’re netbooks or low power notebooks running full-on versions of Windows, or they’re powered by various ARM processors and usually running Android.... >>

Windows Embedded Compact 7; The Windows for tablets

Windows Embedded Compact 7; The Windows for tablets

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Most of the Taiwanese PC makers might have been showing off tablets at Computex this week powered by Windows 7, but Microsoft clearly has better ideas. It's launched Windows Embedded Compact 7, a lightweight interface designed for tablet devices and more... >>

Plextor media player comes with Blu-ray support

Plextor media player comes with Blu-ray support

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Media players have become mass market devices in the last couple of years and you can pick up a wide range of sub-£100 players these days. They all come with network connectivity and support for a wide range of file formats and possibly even a space... >>