The rumors related to Google’s Nexus One phone don’t seem to be stopping. Now the latest rumor is that the phone will be on sale in January, and should be available in unlocked and locked versions. Word on the street is that the T-Mobile version will be called the X Phone. Apparently the phone should also be on display at CES, so make sure you follow us as we cover the event. Unconfirmed features of the Nexus One include:
Zune HD owners can now rejoice, as Microsoft has released a Twitter application for the Zune HD. That’s the good news, so what’s the bad news? Well, some folks are experiencing slight installation problems with it, but we’re fairly sure that it can be sorted out. One of the things that might irk you is the fact that the program censors tweets, so if you often use a lot of swear words in your tweets, you’re going to be more than a little disappointed. Still, having a Twitter app is better than not having it, right?
BenQ yesterday issued a press release mentioning the introduction of a new LCD monitor. The M2700HD is a 27incher boasting full HD resolution. According to BenQ, the 16:9 LCD monitor outperforms similarly-priced/-sized TVs by delivering better sight and sound via 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 400-nit brightness, patented Senseye Human Vision Technology, and 10W EmbracingSound surround sound system.
What's more, it also offers a whole range of connectivity options including dual HDMI 1.3 connectors, component, composite, and SPDIF to effortlessly host all office and entertainment needs.
The M2700HD will be available worldwide mid of December.
No word on pricing.
Yes, a 13inch mobile computer with Intel's Atom processor! If you're already interested then let me inform you that it is indeed a nice machine. According to Cherrypal, whose motto is to bridge digital device by making computers affordable for everyone, the Bing is the "fastest and most affordable" laptop on the market today. The firm further goes on to inform that it consumes less power than any other Intel Atom N280-based computer on earth.
* Intel Atom N280 processor (1.6GHz)
* 1 GB DDRII memory
* 160 GB HDD
* (3) USB 2.0 ports
* SD/MMC/MS card socket
* WiFi 802.11 b/g
* Microphone and dual speakers
* 13.3? TFT display with 1024 x 600 resolution
* 1.3 Megapixel integrated web camera
* Microsoft Windows XP Professional
The Cherrypal Bing costs $389.
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Intel has already started strengthening its position in the solid state drive by offering SSDs at lower price-points. If reports on the internet are to be believed then Intel will soon come out with a 600gig solid state drive, that'll further strengthening its position in this evolving field. Dubbed as Postville Refresh, the new drive will be smaller than 34nm based existing X-25 M drives and will come out in Q4 2010.