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News Round Up: Import Ban on Apple Prodcuts? Samsung vs Apple Trail End, Surface Gets Price Point & Cyanogen Mod 10

This week Post PC Nation takes a closer look at the possible import ban on the Apple products in the US, the end of the Samsung Apple trail as well as pricing for the Windows RT edition of Microsoft’s surface tablet and Cyanogen mod 10…

Production Problems with the Microsoft Surface Tablet?

Microsoft announced the Surface tablet and it had a very attractive industrial design, it seems that the unibody magnesium-aluminum chassis maybe a causing production issues.  The Redmond company is currently working with a “second-tier” Surface chassis supplier that’s having trouble producing enough units to match…

Microsoft Surface Windows 8 Tablet to Arrive at First Without 3G/LTE- A Mistake?

Microsoft plans to release their Windows 8 Surface Tablet without 3G/LTE when it first comes to market. Microsoft has only mentioned that the Surface will be equipped with Wi-Fi and has omitted any discussion of a mobile broadband option. Unnamed business sources have said that…

Microsoft Surface Press Event Now Online

Microsoft announced their entry into the tablet game with Surface, if you haven’t checked it out in detail we’ve got the details in a post over here. If you’re just keen to check out the presentation it’s interesting, even if Steve Ballmer isn’t the greatest…

Tegra is the Processor Behind Microsoft’s Surface Windows RT Tablet

Microsoft announced the Surface tablet with magnetic detachable keyboard running Windows 8 Pro and an Ivy Bridge processor along side an ARM based Windows RT edition. Microsoft was pretty vague on what type of processor they were sporting inside the ARM edition, but Nvidia has…

ExoDesk Looks to Take On Microsoft with 10-point Multitouch & HTML5

ExoPC released a video showing off a Microsoft Surface reminiscent device called the ExoDesk which will have full 10-point touch on its 40-inch, capacitive surface. The panel is said to have a full 1080p resolution with a 178-degree viewing angle and will be displayed at…

ExoPC Shows off EXOdesk to compete with Microsoft Surface

Remember ExoPC? These were the guys who made Windows 7 tablets usable with their bubble wrap UI. It looks like they have moved on to another Microsoft concept with the EXOdesk. This “interactive desk” is essentially a tabletop computer similar to Microsoft Surface and features…