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by cliff on October 29, 2012

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Rumors of a 7-inch iPad mini have been around since just after the launch of the original iPad in 2010, and picked up speed when competitors like Samsung, RIM, and Amazon began offering 7-inch tablets. Some, like the Kindle Fire, are already at the $200 price point, using cheap to compete with good. While Amazon won’t talk sales numbers, and none of these devices can really be called successful at this point, to a certain segment of the market, cheap is what matters. Apple hasn’t chosen to address that segment in desktop or laptop computers, or in phones, but they have in MP3 players and it sounds like they will again in tablets. And they’ll do it in the same way — by being cheap and good. For large scale markets like education, a 7-inch, $200 to $250 iPad would be compelling.

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Google Rolling out Details on Chrome Notebook Specs

December 7, 2010

Google’s prototype Chrome OS-powered notebook boasts a 10-second boot time, 12.1 inch screen, full-sized keyboard & touch pad, integrated 3G from Verizon, eight hours of battery life and eight days of standby time. The first Chrome notebooks will be available for sale from Acer and Samsung during the first half 2011. However, additional models based [...]

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Samsung Plasma TV’s Carries Some Cool Side Benefits

December 1, 2010

The demands of displaying 3D required Samsung to develop their most advanced plasma screen ever the C8000 series. I purchased the PN63C8000, This is a stunning plasma TV the viewing angle was very important for my wife and I – this is a strength of any plasma TV and the Samsung plasma TVs does not [...]

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Best Buy Jumping into Tablet Arena

August 8, 2010

When it comes to the mini tablet computer, anybody and everybody appears to want a piece of the pie as it is now being rumored that Best Buy is joining the Fun. The massive electronics chain is the only major retailer selling the Apple iPad, but it it is being reported that they might be [...]

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XP is now in OLPC XO: Windows XP OX LapTop Now Official

May 28, 2008

After almost a year of waiting, [tag] Windows XP [/tag] is finally in OLPC (One Laptop Per Child). This child friendly device was originally developed with [tag] Linux [/tag] as its OS. Although it doesn’t really matter to the kids who will be receiving them, users here have been clamoring for an XP version of [...]

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Dell 1525 Comes with Mike Ming’s Stylish Design-Gadgetlink2

May 27, 2008

Every now and then, Dell likes to come out with a brand new laptop that doesn’t just sport better specs but better artwork as its cover. The project is called [tag] Dell Art House [/tag], these special laptops are designed by artists who has the innovation and funk that will attract the younger market. This [...]

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The Fat Rich Pig: A Different Approach to Making Money

May 21, 2008

Hello World!! this may be a little off topic but I really had to write a review of this brilliant software that I stumbled upon.Please read below my honest opinion of this great software I recently purchased. The Internet is full of ways to make money and promising of a better tomorrow. Clicking on link [...]

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A Good Contender for the iPhone: HTC Diamond

May 21, 2008

Apple’s iPhone got everyone thrilled with its touchscreen technology along with a very cool interface. Add to that is the Apple’s natural ability to dazzle techies and the massive success of the classic iPod, it got the whole mobile world on its knees to the iPhone and its non-phone predecessor, iPod Touch. For months, different [...]

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Hitachi and their 320GB Laptop HDD-Gadgetlink2

May 19, 2008

SSD (Secured Storage Data) is thought to be the next best thing in hard drive technology for mobile computers. Even though it’s tougher, it doesn’t reach its market appeal yet. Highly expensive and relatively slow, SSD is still on its baby-phase: It might be years before we could see a 320GB SSD that will not [...]

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