Archive For June, 2009

Apple MacBook Pro (17 Inch), The Best for Professional Designers

var vclk_options = {sid:53742,media_id:1,media_type:5,version:”1.4″};Even if the new 17” MacBook Pro is cheaper than its last updated version released in March, it doesn’t mean that is less good. The recent testing show some improvements, though is not too much differentiated than its predecessor. We are already used with the top design of MacBooks, the silver bodied [...]

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New HP Consumer Desktop PCs do not Fail, as Always

On the 25th of June HP announced a new generation of desktop PCs and a software suite updated for HP TouchSmart PC. The new looks that the PC’s stylish feature offers are a delight for the space it lays in providing at the same time a powerful computing experience and plenty of storing possibilities for [...]

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Metalink the Path to Faster Downloads

If you are seeking to make your downloads in an easier and faster way, then you might be looking for Metalink. Of course, some may say the BitTorrent is the only one available in the field, but if we consider deeper we notice that for casual downloads BitTorrent doesn’t lift up to the users’ expectations, [...]

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Fujitsu M2010 a Cozy Companion for your Trips

The M2010 is a Fujitsu Atom-based model that has been lately released on the market. A quickly review of its features reveals that M2010 belongs to the class of Mini-Notebooks. The OS is in Windows XP Home, has an Intel Atom N270 Processor 1.60 GHz, with a memory of 1GB DDR2 PC2-6400 SDRAM and internal [...]

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Size 11.6” Makes a PC be a Netbook?

In May 2009 ASUS, a leading company in the new digital era, has announced to launch an 11.6 Eee PC in the series of its netbook production. It is a well-known fact that everything that is bigger than 10” is not representing a netbook, therefore no Atom processor will be incorporated to it. Even so, [...]

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