Desktop computers can get advantage of USB 3.0‘s blazing fast data transfer using a PCI ecpress card, but how about Laptops? This StarTech 2 port USB 3.0 expresscard adapter will bring you superspeed USB 3 data transfer without buying a new laptop. It’s backward compatible so you can use your USB 2 and earlier devices.
I think Acer ALMOST hit the spot with this 10 inch Aspire One netbook. The one I got my hands on is the beautiful candy red flavor, priced at 20,900 Philippine Pesos (445 US Dollars, 265 UK Pounds, 297 Euro) it’s one of the most affordable netbook out there. Available in blue, white, black and red you can have the colour that fits your style. The glossy lid is smooth [...]
You just need to see this promo video of the Sony Vaio X Series, the video seems comparing the X series laptop to be as sharp and thin as a samurai sword a bit mysterious. I don’t know about you but the music makes me yawn, the visuals looks enticing though. Watch the Youtube video after the cut.
The Vaio X ultraportable from Sony is half as light as Apples Macbook Air due to it’s Carbon Fiber material which is lighter and stronger than aluminum (but more brittle).
The Tablet PC Input Panel, often called the TIP for short, is the tool to insert text using handwriting into any Windows application. It also has a soft-keyboard you can use for text entry. The Input Panel has been around since the first version of Windows XP Tablet PC Edition, developers have made steady improvements to the user experience in each version. Now, this bew Tablet PC can recognize mathematical [...]
ASUS announced last Sept 24 that they will be adding a significant feature to one of their netbooks, ASUS will now offer a built-in 3.75G HSUPA connectivity to the Atom-powered 8.9″ Eee PC 901. The 3.75G chip will be in all 901s that ship from October onward. Claiming 7.2 Mbps down/2 Mbps up over the air, the updated 901′s chipset should work with AT&T’s network in the USA. Currently the [...]
Do you have an Aus Eee PC? Do you want to run Mac Os X in it? IF your answer is yes then you’ll need three more things and you are ready to go Mac on your EeePC. You’ll need a tweaked OS X image, an external DVD drive, and the patience to run through all the system configuration and terminal tweaks. If you have all of these then you [...]