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Toshiba Tablet coming soon – Features and Specification Overview

Toshiba Tablet

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(Best Syndication News) - Toshiba is getting ready to launch their 10.1 inch Thrive Tablet running on Google’s Android 3.0 OS (Honeycomb). The tablet will come in an assortment of colors, and will have stereo speakers, with two built in cameras and extra ports for connectivity.

The display is of the larger format 10.1 inch display. The main processing hardware is using the Nvidia Tegra 2 chip to make it good for mobile video game play. The 16:10 aspect ratio is designed for watching movies and browsing the Internet. To top off the entertainment this tablet comes with stereo speakers.

Preliminary Toshiba Tablet Feature Overview:

Operating System – Google Android 3.0 (Honeycomb)

Asus unveils new Padfone product which combines a tablet with a 3G mobile smartphone

Asus Padfone

ASUS Padfone unveiled at Computex 2011

(Best Syndication News) Asus unveiled their Padfone at the Computex 2011 Taipei, Tawian tradeshow. The Padfone is a tablet that has docking for a mobile smartphone. By sharing two devices, a person can use just the mobile phone when they want, and use the tablet with the phone plugged into gain 3G speed Internet service and a larger screen display. The two devices also would be able to share information.

Asus explained the reason for combining the mobile phone with a tablet was to meet the needs of the users. Often the mobile phone screen is too small to see. The tablets can lack a good connection to the Internet. By using the mobile phone's 3G network, they can connect easier to the World Wide Web. The mobile phone screen can then enlarge with the use of the tablet. In addition, the data stays with the mobile phone, so you will not have to worry about synchronizing up information between devices.

HP and Compaq Laptop Battery Recall expanded to include more models

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(Best Syndication News) - HP along with the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued an expanded voluntary recall for an additional 162,600 lithium-ion batteries that were sold by itself or with a HP or Compaq branded laptop computers. The batteries involved with this recall can be a fire hazard. The recalled batteries should not be used because they could burn the user if they overheat and rupture. HP will be issuing replacement batteries for this recall. If you have previously checked your battery, the CPSC said that you should compare the updated recall list and check again to see if it has been recalled.

Google Chromebook Pros and Cons

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(Best Syndication News) Google is stirring things up again by developing the architecture for a new netbook. There are already tablets running Android operating system, but now there will be netbooks running “Chrome”.

The search giant has already produced a prototype, the cr-48. Now Acer Inc and Samsung are producing the first models for sale. Both are expected to be available on June 15, 2011.

The Chromebook will be fast, with an eight-second boot-up. There is no hard-drive and rather than using a bulky operating system, the Chromebook uses the Chrome OS and is “cloud” based. Similar to a tablet or iPhone, applications (apps) can be loaded from the Chrome App store. Users can use the web-based applications and save their work on a cloud.

Intel announce new 3D transistors as major technological advancement

Intel announce new 3D transistors as major technological advancement

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(Best Syndication News) - Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC) announced new 3D transistor technology that offers power saving and performance gains in computers. Along with their 22nm microprocessor, that they have codenamed “Ivy Bridge,” the use of the 3D Tri-gate transistors will help make for faster smaller hand-held devices and to boost performance with cloud-based servers.

Intel calls their new 3-D transistor Tri-Gate. They consider this a major breakthrough for the transistor. The last major breakthrough for transistor technology was over 50 years ago. Intel's transistor will use a three-dimensional structure, which previously transistors were designed on a two-dimensional surface. Transistors are a common feature found in electronics beyond just computers. You will find transistors in household appliances, in automobiles, all different kinds of consumer electronics, and more.

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