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Sources has informed Tom's Hardware that Fujitsu has issued a company-wide memo regarding its official stance on the iPad name.
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Dell very briefly showed off its 5-inch MID, the Mini 5, at CES this year. With little to go on, we were forced to resort to a demonstration video from 2009. Now, we have something a little more official.
Earlier this month, Alienware announced a 'nearly netbook' packing Nvidia GT335M. The company promised we'd see a sub-$1,000 pricetag when the M11x shipped in spring and boy, did they deliver.
The Asus Eee Pad will feature an ARM CPU, Nvidia's Tegra 2, and a possible March 2010 ship date.
MISI's Android-based touchscreen tablet will definitely have one advantage over iPad: multitasking.
iPad paves way for bigger iPorn.
You like lists, don't you? How about a list of lists! (AKA mind explosion!)
Adobe says that the iPad, without Flash, will miss out on the majority of web games and video.
Who really owns the iPad?
The deals roll on amidst all the iPad madness. Yes, there are indeed many more products out there than just the single tablet device, so let's take a look at some of the sales of these items!
The iPad, Apple claims, is revolutionary and even magical.
It's a console.
Steve Jobs took the stage in San Francisco thirty minutes ago and after a few updates about iPods, MacBooks and Apple stores, he made with the goods: Ladies and gentlemen, the incredibly disappointing iPad.
Still no specs but how about a history lesson?
No matter what it sells, Apple rakes it in.
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Acer supposedly has plans to release an ebook reader and launch an app store in an effort to boost profit.
It takes a lot of guts to ask Steve Ballmer to sign a MacBook Pro.
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Rumor has it mini projectors will soon show up in HP notebooks.
One of our readers turned an "antique" Sony UX490 into a netbook fit for Tom’s Hardware: it sports a Core 2 Duo, a 128GB SSD, 802.11n wireless, a 3.5G/GSM modem, loaded with all Windows versions (plus Mac OS...
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Acer to survive while HP and Dell to vanish?
Dell's Mini 5 uses the Arm-based Snapdragon CPU -- the same CPU powering Google's Nexus One phone.
This one is packing a badass quad-SSD in RAID 0 configuration.