Asus eee Pad Transformer its a tablet that can change into a netbook

Asus eee Pad Transformer tablet

Asus eee Pad Transformer Tablet with optional keyboard docking station

(Best Syndication News) - Asus have started shipping their eee Pad Transformer 10.1 inch tablet in the US and it has become a popular seller. Asus has a few different versions of the eee Pad, but the eee Pad Transformer has a keyboard that will connect to the screen so it will act like a netbook. The operating system used for the Asus eee Pad tablet is the Google Android 3.0 (Honeycomb).

The touch-screen supports up to 10 fingers at a time and the screen measures 10.1 inches and has scratch resistant glass with the Asus eee Pad tablet. The resolution is 1280 x 800 pixels. The CPU is the Tegra 2, 1.0 GHz dual core processor. The system memory is 1 GB and there is internal storage of either 16 GB or 32 GB. There is also additional Micro SD expansion slot for additional storage. The battery life is up to 16 hours with the dock (the keyboard dock is an optional accessory). There two batteries, one in the tablet portion and one in the keyboard section.

Lower Prices on Electronics This Year?

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(Best Syndication News) Despite the destruction of factories in Japan and the slowdown of production from the March 11th earthquake, some forecasters believe the price of some electronics products may still be declining this year.

Over the last few years the price of electronics has been falling. Computers, tablets, Blu-Ray players and mobile phones have all been declining. The popular monthly magazine, Readers Digest, published historic “low prices” for these popular items. The magazine also made predictions for this year.

HDTV Prices

In 2009 the lowest price found for a 55-inch LCD HDTV was $1,115. Last year the lowest price was found at Walmart. The Element 55-inch LCD HDTV was $699. This year the price could go as low as $599.

Motorola XOOM Tablet PC pre-order announced at Best Buy available February 24, 2011

Motorola XOOM Tablet PC pre-order at Best Buy will be available February 24, 2011

Motorola XOOM 3G Tablet PC

(Best Syndication News) - The Motorola XOOM tablet PC is available for pre-order at Best Buy stores nationwide and will become available this February 24, 2011. The cost of the Motorola XOOM is $799 and requires one month of data activation.

The Motorola XOOM that is selling at Best Buy for $799 is a 3G and WiFi®-enabled version of the tablet PC running on the Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS.

On Motorola's website they also mention a XOOM tablet that is Wi-Fi only, but the only model that is being sold at Best Buy is the 3G version. It might be that the WiFi only model may be available only in the European market currently. The Wi-fi only version the tablet user would need to have access through another Internet provider separate from the device.

HTC Flyer Tablet unveiled today – Feature Overview

HTC Flyer Tablet unveiled today – Feature Overview

HTC Flyer Tablet

(Best Syndication News) - The HTC Flyer Tablet was unveiled today and is the first tablet that will use the HTC Sense software that works along with the Google Android OS. The HTC Flyer tablet uses a 1.5Ghz processor and high-speed HSPA with built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0 wireless functionality.

The HTC Flyer tablet case is made of an aluminum unibody with the 7-inch (measured diagonally) display screen (1024 X 600 resolution) being both touch controlled by finger or by pen control. The pen control uses the HTC Scribe software technology to allow the tablet user to write notes with the tablet. This could be used to capture signatures or for note taking.

The HTC Sense platform has a unique 3D home page that carousels around the widgets making it easy to maneuver the operating system interface. Also web browsing with Flash 10 and HTML 5 is supported on the HTC Flyer tablet.

Intel announced defect in some SATA support chips

Intel announced defect in some SATA support chips

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(Best Syndication News) - Intel Corporation announced that there is a defect in one of the Serial ATA SATA related Cougar Point support chip for the Intel 6 Series. The problem can cause the SATA ports that control SATA hard drives and DVD drives to have performance issues.

Because of the problem support chip, Intel has stopped shipping it from their factories and have begun making a new version of the support chip which works fine. The company will be working with computer makers and other Intel customers to remedy the problem.

The chips have been shipping only since January 9, 2011 which shouldn't affect that many computer systems. The systems that could have been sold to customers would have been the Second Generation Core i5 and Core i7 quad core based systems.

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