Update (18/05/2009): Hands on photos of the Acer Aspire Revo posted!
Acer officially announces their first NVIDIA Ion platform nettop today: the Aspire Revo, together with an 11.6 inch Aspire One and a new range of Aspire all-in-ones.
The Aspire Revo features an Intel Atom 230 1.6GHz processor, up to 4GB DDR2 memory, up to 250GB of storage, 4 in 1 memory card reader, six USB 2.0 ports, Ethernet, both VGA and HDMI outputs, Wi-Fi and Windows Vista Home Premium or Basic. Models with dual-core Intel Atom processors are expected to be released later in the year.
Here are some of the latest Apple iPhone 3.o shots which have been leaked onto the net. The shot shows a design layout that looks similar to our present iPhone OS. However, with another unannounced new functionality, video recording feature, more setting options, usage information and accessibility entry, this further supports earlier speculations that video recording, a feature many user have been hoping for is likely to be coming when Apple hopefully announces a new iPhone later in the Summer.
Check out the gallery below for more shots…
GM and Segway have teamed up before the New York Auto Show on what they’re calling the PUMA project. The prototype vehicle was exclusively unveiled today on the Today Show in the States. Personal Urban Mobility and Accessibility is what I believe PUMA stands for. Outside of NBC’s Today Show this morning was a demonstration of the PUMA project developed by GM in partnership with Segway, knowing how popular the tv show is, not surprisingly lots of fans and viewers turned up to see the PUMA in action.
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Readers of our blog who are fans of T3 may already have seen this, earlier in the year T3 got an exclusive chance to take a look at the latest very sporty Walkman series MP3 player – Sony NWZ-W202. We received ours this morning for a review and the below are some of the pictures we took. Its a really sporty, fancy Walkman player, lightweight which is ideal for those who enjoy a good morning jog, we’ll have a full review later on in the week!
In this second part of our review of the LBT-DJ2i, we’ll take you through some of our thoughts on the system’s design, features and usability. If you remember when we showed you the hands on video in part 1 of our review. You will notice that the LBT-DJ2i isn’t designed to be like a mini stereo hi-fi system, instead it’s been designed and equipped with hardware suited even for hosting music at large party venues and events.