Folks over at Engadget noticed that Unify4Life will soon be releasing something quite special in April. It is called Game|Shadow and if you’re a BlackBerry user, this unique dongle will turn your BlackBerry into a Bluetooth based keypad and remote for your PS3.
Here comes another very glossy Inspiron Mini from Dell. The Mini 10 is a 10-inch deal powered by an Intel Atom Z530 processor running at 1.6GHz, with a glass screen, a multi-touch trackpad with gesture support, built-in GPS, 802.11n Wi-Fi, mobile broadband and even an integrated TV tuner.
That glossy 10-inch display can show 720p high-definition content, and the screen itself is a widescreen 16:9 model. An edge-to-edge keyboard helps take advantage of what little typing space is available on a laptop this size, so all being well the Mini 10 won’t be out of the question for speedy typists!
Dell didn’t release much other details at its press conference, but we’d expect Windows Vista or Windows XP on board to be likely, a couple of gigabytes of RAM and a solid-state disk option, just like the Dell Inspiron Mini 9. No prices or availability details yet, but we’ll keep you posted.
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A very quick video preview of the HP Data Messenger, one of the latest smartphones by HP with a style that very much so suits businessmen. The HP Data Messenger is a quad-band GSM smartphone with HSDPA support. It features 65k color touch screen, 3-megapixel camera, GPS, QWERTY keyboard, WiFi and runs on Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional.
You will have heard about the amazing latest Asus Eee HTPC all in one multi media keyboard earlier on at some point during last week. Now the specs have finally been revealed! Still no word on pricing though, I wonder how much it will actually cost when it does come out as claimed, in three to six months time.
So without further a due here are the specs you’ve been waiting for…
Remember our previous post about the concept of dream iPhone Pro? Now here is another version of the iPhone Pro from Mat, as Apple is unlikely to release an iPhone with a physical sliding Keyboard. Mat has created a potential physical keyboard accessory for those people who hate touch screens. The keyboard looks simple but blending nicely with the iPhone itself. It is a much smaller and portable keyboard compare to the one which is available on the market (produced by BTKeyMini). Just in case you didn’t know about it, click here to our previous post about that keyboard.