Archive For October, 2007
Asustek is complaining about Intel processors incorporated in notebooks specifying a deficit since September when the number of notebook buyers grows in addition to the beginning of a new school year. This year was very hard for laptop builders to procure certain pieces, including small LCD screens and HDDs. Asustek doesn’t believe that this shortage [...]
This is a new concept designed by Yeop Kim as a combination of an Internet tablet, a mobile phone and an LCD TV.
HP finally confirmed the problems encountered at its Pavilion notebooks, series 6000 and 9000. Apparently the issue comes from the built-in Wi-Fi that is not working, as some owners complained. The cards are not detecting the network and it seemed that the affected machines are only those running with AMD and Windows Vista. Silently, HP [...]
In November weâ€™ll have the pleasure to welcome a new high performance video card from NVIDIA and use it in our gaming notebooks, maybe replacing the Go 7950 GTX SLI model. The GeForce 8800M GTX is a DirectX 10 compatible graphic card having its own 512MB memory. Notebooks have some specific thermal and power consumption [...]
Philips has just launched the most useful utility for the medical sector, a tablet PC called CliniScape, designed by Intel Digital Health Group, which allows instant access to patient’s condition in any situation. CliniScape is equipped with complicated technologies to allow doctors to find in real-time details about their patients such as medication data or [...]