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…
Sony has come out with its VAIO P, the world’s lightest 8-inch netbook at just 1.4 pounds. It is a Vista running netbook, something we don’t see quite that frequently. It’s powered by a 1.33GHz Intel processor and comes with 1,600 x 768 resolution LED-backlit XBRITE-ECO LCD display, 2GB RAM, up to 60GB hard drive + available 128GB SSD, 802.11n WiFi, 3G WWAN, Bluetooth, battery that provides four hours working (can offer up to eight hours with the optional high-capacity cell) and a GPS module. Color options include garnet red, emerald green, onyx black, crystal white and classic black hues.
You will recall not very long ago, we were sent the fantastically glossy, super lightweight, latest netbook from Dell, the Inspiron Mini 9. It’s taken us some time to review fully in detail, but as you will see in our review below we think Dell has done a great job in bringing us this netbook,
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Toshiba has upped their game once again by producing yet another phenomenal boost to the capacity of their SSDs. Coming in at 512GB, its 2.5″ SSD is the current leader in terms of storage capacity. For those who just don’t think such a capacity is necessary, Toshiba is also offering its 2.5″ drives in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB capacities – which means virtually everyone will be able to take advantage of their new high spec technology equipped hard drives no matter how much they have in their wallets!
Notebook and netbook owners have not been left out as Toshiba is also producing 1.8″ drives and 1.8″ SSD flash modules in capacities of 64GB, 128GB and 256GB. The drives promise to deliver a maximum sequential read speed of 240MBps and a maximum sequential write speed of 200MBps along with AES encryption. The new drives will be on display at CES 2009 with samples available from January to March 2009. Mass production and general consumer availability will not begin until April to June 2009.