Cisco, mostly known for their networking gear, has announced plans for an Android based ablet pointed mainly at business users. The Cisco Cius is a 7 inch HD capable tablet with 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, 3G/4G data and Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity to cover almost any communication spectrum out there, as well as a 5mp camera for teleconferencing and battery life posted at 8 hours (convenient for your job, huh?).
Via has announced a new embedded mainboard and CPU combination for industrial use in kiosks, automation, POI, and HMI applications. The new board is called the EPIA-M840.
It packs in a Via NANO E-series CPU running at 1.6GHz. The machine also has a VIA VX800 media system processor and can support two DDR2 DIMMS for memory.
Acer has been making some of the nicer looking and performing of the reasonably price notebooks on the market for a while now. One of the newer Acer machines has turned up for sale at Amazon.
The notebook is called the Acer Aspire AS1551-5448. The notebook has a HD resolution 11.6-inch screen and is black. The screen is LED backlit and the notebook has three USB ports and a memory card reader.
Sony has announced a new external storage solution with tons of storage space inside. The new drive is called the FreeAgent GoFlex external drive and it has 3TB of storage inside.
Seagate claims that it is the world's first 3TB storage solution. The device has USB 2.0 connectivity by default. You can add other GoFlex adapters to allow the HDD to connect to your PC via USB 3.0 or FireWire 800.
If you have been waiting for the update for the PS3 to go live that brings with it access to the new PlayStation Plus service we heard about at E3, the wait is over. The update for the PS3 is now live.
Along with the PlayStation Plus service, the update also adds lot of other features. The new update includes a network photo gallery utility that makes it easier to share pictures with friends and more.
Our Download of the Day today is Fresh View 7.98.
Fresh View gives you the ability to organize and view multimedia files (images, audio, video). Watch movies, listen to music, and view graphics in a slide show. Image files in a folder can be displayed using a number of views, including a thumbnail view that lets you quickly see what your images are without having to open them.
You can convert graphics from one type to another, print, and even create an HTML album. This easy-to-use software supports 86 different formats (more and more added regularly).
Our Deal of the Day today is the Dell Home - 23.6" Samsung 2494LW 1080p LCD Monitor for $159 with FREE Shipping!.
Offer: 24 Hours only! Get the 23.6" Samsung 2494LW LCD monitor with 1920 x 1080 native resolution, 50,000:1 dynamic contrast, 300 cd/m2 brightness, 5ms response, VGA, and DVI inputs, for just $159 with FREE shipping! Good until 6/30/10 at 5:50 AM CT.
The latest happenings from around the web - 29/06/2010
- Fujitsu Lifebook S710 Notebook @ tbreak
- Enthusiast Custom PC Build Guide Q3-2010 @ Benchmark Reviews
- Kingston HyperX blu 4GB kit 1600MHz DDR3 KHX1600C9D3B1K2/4GX @ Bonafide Reviews
- Crucial Ballistix Thermal Sensor Memory Kit @ Benchmark Reviews
- ASUS GeForce ENGTX480 w/ Voltage Tweak! @ Tech Reaction
- Asus EAH5870 v2 @ Overclockers Club
- AMD's HD 5550 & 5570 - Now Equipped with GDDR5 Goodness @ Techgage
Plastic Logic, makers of the high end e-reader the "Que," have reportedly canceled all preorders for the device. The large touchscreen e-reader, which has a starting price of $650 USD and hits $800 USD for models with WiFI and 3G wireless, have gone through numerous delays and there are even reports that Plastic Logic is even up for sale. With the success of the iPad and the price war between the Kindle and Nook, it makes you wonder where this device, especially at this price range, would even fit into the market. Unless the Que has some supreme functions not covered by anything else on the market, Plastic Logic may be wondering the same thing.
With all of the phone frenzy lately, tablets have taken a bit of a backseat in the public eye the last few days. Intel and Nokia changed that a bit though as they released a video demo of their Linux-based MeeGo OS for tablet devices.
The video gives a sneak peek at functions like multitasking, intergrated social networking, and multitouch support as well as a host of other features that make this a promising looking OS.