What I am waiting for such a long time now it comes true, a laptop with moving monitor. Thanks to technology and thanks to Dell. Well, Dell has officially announced the new Latitude XT2, which is the first tablet PC to have multi-touch technology. The 12.1-inch Latitude XT2 is powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo ULV SU9300 1.2GHz or SU9400 1.4GHz processor, up to 5GB of RAM, integrated Intel GMA 4500MHD video card, 80GB/120GB hard drive or up to 128GB SSD for storage.
The Latitude XT2 has a 12.1-inch 1280×800 LED-backlit multi-touch display with EM Digitizer pen. It supports WiFi, and Bluetooth connecitivity and includes an ExpressCard slot, a SD card slot, optional fingerprint reader. The 12.1-inch XT2 has a USB2.0/eSATA combo port. The starting price of Dell Latitude XT2 is $2399. Users can find also EV-DO or HSDPA 3.5 modules on some models. Check out for more pictures:
You are wrong if you think this product is the latest product of netbook from Sharp because this is actually a dictionary electronics (Digital Distionary) with “brain”. Called “Brain” (PW-TC980) because this digital dictionary can load more data from the dictionary until encyclopedia. The “Brain” can update the database via the internet connection on the computer to connect. With this update function, to make the digital dictionary PW-TC980 always get the latest word without having to replace them and can even be used for tens of years.
Thanks to its 5” touchscreen (and 100MB of internal memory), you can to write or draw notes on a particular page, nice if you're a student or use an electronic dictionary on a daily basis. (see picture below).
Both the PW-AC890 and GC590 are similar, only their contents are different with the later built for students with additional pre-recorded voice notes, dictionaries and encyclopedias.
Dimensions are 45x108x22.4mm for a total weight of 360g. They go in Japan for around 37,000 to 40,000 Yen. Well, I dont know if it has come to US market but even though, we will have it soon. Check out for more pictures.
Hi everyone, today I gonna show you a brand new luxury netbook, only 2 inch larger than Vaino Sony that I had posted in last blog. And that is Dell Adamo : High-spec Inspiron Mini 10 netbook boasts multitouch, inbuilt GPS, 3G and even a digital TV tuner, while the slim stylish Adamo takes on the MacBook Air.
Adamo (which is pronounced “A-dahm-o” rather than “Adamo-o” – fans of Battlestar Galacita already have a head start here) means “to fall in love with” in Latin, said Michael Tatelman, Dell’s veep of consumer sales and marketing. “It started off as a project code name and then we fell in love with it too”.
The much-rumored Dell Adamo made a brief, but very real, in-person appearance this morning and it sent waves throughout the consumer electronics press and blogosphere. It’s the company’s first foray into the luxury electronics market and it has already been positioned as the Macbook Air killer.
The screen is an edge-to-edge panel clocked for 16:9 resolution for 720p HD content – a bit of an oddball choice for a device without an optical drive, but which makes more sense when you consider the Mini 10 also packs an inbuilt TV tuner. Also on the ‘comes with’ roster: GPS, 3G HSDPA and 802.11n.
It features some truly stunning design features that are indicative of the company’s commitment to innovation inside and out. They’re strikingly beautiful, subtly bold, stylish, elegant, and they’re definitely make a statement. And, the Adamo is thinner than the Macbook Air.
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It brings the Web and your favorite content to your fingertips, and connect with more people in more places while you're on the go. 10.2 inch netbook features an Intel Atom N270 1.60GHz processor, 1GB DDR2 RAM, 16GB solid state drive or 60GB hard drive option, 3-cell battery, Windows XP Home OS and a 1,024 x 600 resolution LCD display with LED backlight.
There are also an integrated webcam, built-in stereo speakers, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, an Ethernet port and support for Verizon or AT&T mobile broadband. Pricing starts from $699.99 upwards, depending on the specs that you choose.
If you’re in the media market for looking for a different kind of laptop system, a normal laptop seems no more interesting and odd enough to please your eyes - check out the Singulum laptop system. It is a wooden hand made laptop. Hey, but that's not enough about Singulum, each Singulum system is crafted out of a single block of wood and features a keyboard made out of either ivory of 24 carat solid gold.
The specs to this system are as follows:
Like most ultra luxury tech goods, the blurb talks mostly about the bling and not much about the tech, but it looks like it's basically a ThinkPad under the hood using a 2GHz Intel dual core processor. On the bling side, it has a gorgeous looking case made from your choice of exotic woods, an ivory or gold keyboard, and plenty of gold trim. And you can even get a diamong track point tip.