Commodore 64 was one of the legendary home computers in the 80’s that had a huge impact on the world market but other computers such as PC replaced it soon after. However, Commodore 64 isn’t dead yet and it seems that Commodore will hit the market once again.
Nokia has announced the new Nokia 5250 touchscreen phone. This phone will be Nokia’s latest entry level touchscreen phone, perfect for those who want a phone with touchscreen but not too bothered about additional functionalities. The 5250 runs Symbian^1 (that is the S60) OS with pre-loaded Guitar Hero 5 Mobile.
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Officially announced this week was BMW’s new 5 Series Sedan. BMW fans will be happy to know what the carmaker has done to build on the previous already fantastic car. The new 2011 5 Series has been increased in length by 1.7 inches to 192.9 inches and width by 2.5 inches to 73.2 inch. Tech-wise, the car will feature a 4th generation iDrive control screen available. The 2011 5 Series is scheduled to go on sale in Europe in March 2010, and shortly after in North America and other international markets.
We’re abit late in covering this, but its hard to resist, not to mention this is a new Asus Eee PC netbook. Asus officially announced last week, their new 12.1-inch Eee PC 1201N multimedia netbook that boasts an Intel Atom 330 dual core processor and NVIDIA’s ION graphics processor. The 1201N has exactly what we’ve always liked from Asus products, style and slick body.
Apple has unveiled their fastest iMac yet. A 21.5-inch or 27-inch 16:9 widescreen display with edge-to-edge glass cover just like that of the MacBook Pro. Both iMacs will sport Core2Duo and new i5/i7 quadcore chips. Wireless keyboard and get this, Apple’s new multitouch Magic Mouse will come as standard!
Samsung has made an announcement finally making their new ‘Plus’ class memory cards official. Their new Plus range will be available to consumers in ill be available in SD, microSD and Compact Flash (CF) formats and will boast up to 16GB of memory capacity. With Secure Digital class 6 performance standards and speeds of up to 45 Mb/s, these will be a hit amongst photographers and mobile phone users.