Post Tagged with: "computex 2010"

San Disk SSD Custom Bios Boot Up

Jon has come across a special gem on the show floor, Sandisc has put on a demo showing off an Insyde custom bios that allows you to boot up full windows 7 plus a media presentation in under 15 seconds. Demos like these put instant…

Hands on – Elitegroup ECS A102 Tablet N450 with Win 7

Elitegroup had a 10 inch tablet on display at Computex 2010 the ECS A102. From a technical perspective it looks more like a Netbook, Intel Atom N450, 1GB RAM, Windows 7 and an SSD. The 2-cell Li-polymer battery should be enough for 4 hours and…

Vinpower USB & SD Card Copiers

During Computex, we stumbled across a behind the scenes solution that made us wonder how it was done before such a machine was invented. How did they pre-load data on to USB Drives or SD cards? Vinpower Digital has devices intended for such purposes. Giant…

ASUS 1001PQ Netbook for Kids at Computex 2010

When we came across the ASUS 1001PQ at the Intel booth at Computex 2010 the details didn’t immediately spring to mind, but with so many netbooks in their line up we don’t feel guilty.
Asus Eee PC 1001PQ is a netbook for kids with a…

Inventec Besta Smartbook Hands On

There is a bit of controversy coming out of Germany Smartbook AG was going around issuing cease and diciest orders for using the term Smartbook because they wanted to release their own smartbook!
Recently they were told that its didn’t work for Netbooks so its…

0.68″ thick LG X300 Hands on at Computex 2010

Cramming 11.6-inches of screen and premium netbook parts (2GHz Atom Z550, HDMI out, up to 2GB of RAM and 128GB SSD, even some 3G and Bluetooth for good measure) into a 0.68-inch thick form factor is impressive. Getting your hands on it the first thing…

ZTE V7 4 inch MID with GPS Running Meamo

Sascha goes hands on ZTE V7 4 inch MID running Meamo. Under the hood you’ll find the Marvell 300-series platform if you aren’t familiar with this CPU then its an ARMv5 which is in the same league as the Nokia N810 if you’re looking at…

Delta Electronics Shows off Color e-Paper

Display technology has been hot and heavy in the media lately with Pixel Qi coming to market and showing working prototypes at Computex 2010. The other side of the coin is color e-paper is gaining momentum, e-paper can’t do video because its refresh rate is…

10″ Tegra 2 Android Tablet – Malata A1001

Jon uncovers the Malata A1011 which is a 10″ capacitive Android tablet with HDMI output for 1080p video output, USB with an ARM Cortex A9 based Nvidia Tegra 2 processor.
Here are the specs:
Processor: Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core ARM Cortex A9 at 1ghz
Screen:…

10″ ARM A8 Android Tablet: Malata A1001

Jon uncovered the SMB-A1001 10.1″ Android Tablet at Computex 2010. It has a Samsung ARM Cortex-A8 based processor that also has a SIM card readers and micro SD card slot. It also comes with 256MB of RAM, and 512MB to 1GB of flash storage. It…

Jetway EM 101 Hands At Computex 2010

Sascha was in the Intel booth at Computex last week with the Jetway EM101 another 10.1-inch Netbook. The device is based on the new Intel Atom N455, which has besides the DDR3 memory support. There is no differences to the current N450, as it continues…

ECS Elitegroup Unveils Olivetti Netbook Computex 2010

You might remember Olivetti from years ago making typewriters and computers, so seeing this Italian manufacturer back in business does tug at the heart strings at bit. ECS Elitegroup is apparently manufactured this 10.1″ netbook is running on the Intel Atom N280 with only a…

Sony Vaio W vs Toshiba NB300

Comparison of the Sony Vaio W and the Toshiba NB300 netbooks during Computex 2010. Here are the spec sheets of the Toshiba Nb300 and the VAIO W… for you to look at in addition to Sascha giving you a blow by blow on the difference

Pixel Qi Taken Outside & then put AMOLED Side by Side

Today is the first day of Display Taiwan, its not a big show but we hope that it has some impressive display technology on hand. We’ll be heading down right after this post so keep an eye out! To wet your whistle for display’s here…

Patriot RAID-System – 50 Solid State Drives

We are taking a look at the Patriot Server System based on two Intel Xeon X5550, 48GB RAM and fifty 200GB SSDs.…