Here’s LogicBUY’s latest gadget deal of the day for a $100 off + $100 Coupon Code for the new HP G62 15.6-inch LED-backlit Laptop. Includes: FREE upgrade to 3GB memory, FREE Webcam, and $60 off any wireless HP Printer.
The HP G62 is powered by Core i3 or Core i5 CPU and incorporates a new design, wrapped in a matte surface to minimize fingerprints. Also features HD LED display in 16:9 and a redesigned full-size keyboard and touchpad.
We’ve just received this helpful infographic from Sony which describes a very common question nowadays – what’s the difference between LCD and LED tvs? Even as gadget geeks, we sometimes forget the core facts about these things so this quick reminder below is definitely a good reference for anyone who’s in the middle of choosing their next telly set. Remember, the key difference lies in the backend!
Apart from the iPhone 3G S and iPhone 3.0 which were showcased at the WWDC yesterday, there is also now a new MacBook Pro lineup. Aluminum unibody as you will probably have guessed, the MacBook Pro family will include 13-inch, 15-inch and 17 inch.
Improved features include 40% extended battery life, thanks to their lithium polymer built-in battery technology that can gest out a minimum of seven hours of work on a single charge. LED backlit displays will give better colour, multi-touch trackpad, an illuminated keyboard and guess what a new SD card (13 and 15-inch) or ExpressCard slot (17-inch), FireWire 800 port and new NVIDIA graphics display.
When you think of netbooks, a large majority of them are tiny laptops built based on a nasty block of plastic, with no elegance to it whatsoever. ASUS’ new Eee PC 1002HAE (consider it an upgrade from the 1002HA) is abit different. The 1002HAE has an exterior aluminum skin which gives an added advantage of shedding half a pound of weight from 1.45kg to 1.2kg. While its main specs remain much the same – 1.6GHz N280 processor, 802.11b/g/n, 1GB of memory and 160GB disk, 1.3 megapixel webcam, memory card slot, 3.8-hour Li-Polymer battery, and 10-inch 1,024 x 600 pixel LED backlit display.
Priced at $3,649, some users may think that Panasonic have overdone their sarcasm on this one but as you can see the latest Toughbook 30 is one serious looking laptop. You see what I always think is that not many jobs really warrant someone to need to buy a Toughbook, I mean you wouldn’t have one of these if you just worked in an office all day even though its pretty cool. The main difference from the Toughbook 30 from previous Toughbooks is that this one sports Intel’s Centrino 2 with vPro, expanded memory capabilities, 40 percent longer battery life, larger capacity hard drives and optional SSDs. Full breakdown of specs and gallery after the break…
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