Just like it was suggested yesterday by Google, Dell’s latest ultra thin luxurious flagship – Adamo is now available and you can order it online worldwide wherever you are. As you may be aware, the Adamo is available in white (Pearl) and black (Onyx). In addition to that the specs differ by a tiny bit with Desire being the bigger brother of Admire. The below is a breakdown of the official specs and pricing for those in the UK and US.

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Apple has unveiled the next generation of iPod Shuffle which will feature a newly implemented technology for iPods called Voiceover which uses a speech engine to tell you the name of the singer or the title of the song in up to 14 different languages (English, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish). At half the size of the previous generation iPod Shuffle, latest successor is just 7.8mm thick and looks even more stylish with no control buttons at all.

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How many of you still care about Windows Vista updates? While the team here at GadgetLite have switched to using Mac OS X for some time, we know that around 20.2% of you readers/visitors are Vista users, so I guess there is some point in telling you about this new upcoming Windows update. Microsoft has announced to the public about the release of Windows Vista SP2 for anyone who wants to test the latest update before it arrives on the Windows Updater.

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Mark Wilson over at Gizmodo has been testing different Microsoft operating systems on a few laptops, in particular netbooks. At first he tried Vista but that didn’t go well at all. Then he decided to install Windows 7 on the Dell Inspiron Mini 12 simply because he had nothing to loose. The Mini 12 is a 12-inch Intel Atom netbook and his had 1GB of RAM, surprisingly its gone well for him so far, in his opinion the netbook runs Windows 7 even better than Windows Vista. Though start menu and programs would still lag, plus aero needs to be deactivated, but does this still support the fact that Microsoft has done a good job so far with improving Windows 7 beyond Vista?

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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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First of all we would just like to apologise to Andrea who sent us this demo of GoodSync version 7-5-2 to be reviewed, we’ve been having some trouble with our one and only PC after it was sent in, its given up on us! So as a result, you will probably

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We often feature some basic help for readers who have just started using their new Macs and can’t find their way around a completely new but simplier OS environment. This latest gadget from Belkin will in our opinion definitely make Macs even more attractive compared to Windows PCs because the Switch-to-Mac cable makes your file transferring process from Windows to Mac OS X as simple as… well just sitting there without doing anything, because it automatically does it all for you!

Belkin’s Switch-to-Mac cable helps you transfer not just files from your PC but also your original settings and preferences. Unlike existing products where you have to drag and drop specific files you want to transfer. The Switch-to-Mac cable has its own Migration Assistant which is compatible with Windows XP and Vista, it automatically moves your music, photos, files (and more!) and internet preferences the way you want it, this makes your transition from Windows PC to Mac OS X as trouble free as possible (not that anything ever goes wrong on Macs…).

The Switch-to-Mac cable is expected to be out soon at an affordable price of $50 USD.

[via Engadget, Belkin]

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