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Acer ICONIA Dual-screen Laptop

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Lenovo's ThinkPad X120e Ultraportable Laptop - 11.6-inch

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Which Broadband Package?

There are more broadband packages on the market than ever before, and this is great news for consumers looking for a better deal. Not only will you find a greater range of broadband speeds available, but a greater range of prices and monthly download limits too. However they’re termed by the marketers – Everyday, Unlimited, Lite, Bundled – they tend to fall into three main categories, and it’s those three categories we’re going to look at below, seeing what each has to offer.

The Basics

Just as the supermarkets have their own budget brands, every internet service provider (ISP) offers a basic, budget broadband package. This type of package will be more affordable, but it is often limited in terms of speed, with a lower data rate, as well as how much you can download, with stricter download/upload limits in place. Some ISPs even give their basic broadband service away for free, including Sky, with their Everyday Lite broadband package free to TV and line rental customers.

Basic packages are aimed at light internet users – those looking to carry out low-data usage tasks, such as web browsing, emailing and social networking, rather than downloading lots of large files and streaming endless movies and TV shows. If this is you, then this type of package definitely offers the best value, and if you find you’re using more data than you estimated, you can always upgrade to the next tier of packages further down the line.
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Britain’s Fastest Family training – Choose Your Partner

Who should you team up with for the Tournament? Rufus muses on the characteristics make for the best racing partner.

Why Switch to Fibre Optic Broadband?

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Fibre optics are bringing huge improvements to broadband connections across the country. But what is fibre optic broadband and how can it transform the speed of your internet connection?

Since the internet was first created, your computer has connected to the internet using electric pulses transmitted over copper wires. These copper wires have been used for over 100 years in telephone lines and more recently with ADSL for broadband internet.

Fibre optic connections replace these copper wires with plastic or glass wires bundled together into cables and instead of electricity they rely on light to transmit information. Because these light signals are speedier than the electrical ones they replace, data can be moved around faster and your access to the internet is improved.

Although these fibre optic cables have been used for years in transmitting information over large distances, the UK has now invested a huge amount of money in upgrading its telecoms network. This means fibre optic cables will now stretch not only between telephone exchanges, but all the way to the small telephone cabinets that you see on your street. Under a system known as “Fibre to the cabinet” (FTTC), your existing copper wire then brings the signal to your router.

With fibre optic technology now in the front line for fast internet connections, is it time for your business to invest in a fibre optic broadband package rather than the standard copper wire internet?
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HP Introduced Its First Multitouch-enabled Tablet: HP EliteBook 2740p

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HP introduced its first multitouch-enabled tablet for business users, the HP EliteBook 2740p, an ultra-thin, multitouch-enabled convertible tablet that provides an interactive experience for businesses in health care, education, sales and more. the HP EliteBook 2740p tablet PC combines the power and reliability of an HP business notebook PC with the flexibility of a tablet, making it ideal for users on the go. The 2740p starts at 3.8 pounds and includes a 12.1-inch diagonal LED display or optional outdoor-view display with less reflection and a higher contrast for easier viewing in natural light.

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Web Hosting for Bloggers

When I learned web programming about 15 years ago, I never imagined to buy a web hosting for my website. What I did was looking for a free hosting service to host all of my web creation which were all developed using basic HTML language. I have ever had an account on Geocities before Yahoo shutting it down last year. Geocities was one of the most famous free hosting services available on the net and I think most of geeks who start learning web creation in ’90s know how useful Geocities as part of their learning curve. But the popularity of free hosting service such as Gecocities continue decreasing as blog or web log gaining popularity. People now looking for free blogging services instead of free hosting services.

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Why Centrino 2?

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The new Intel Centrino 2 has been unleashed a month ago. Available in two version, standard and vPro, the new processor comes to us with the enhancement of broadband access and HD experiences. It allows users to watch the whole Blu-ray movie for 2 hour non stop without battery recharging.

“When we first introduced Intel Centrino back in 2003, there were very few Wi-Fi hotspots, YouTube videos and social media didn’t really exist, ‘thin and light’ only referred to weight goals and desktop PCs outsold notebooks by a very wide margin,” said Mooly Eden, Intel corporate vice president and general manager of the company’s Mobile Platforms Group. “Today, notebooks outsell desktops in the U.S., and we’re paving the way to HD entertainment, rich online gaming, faster broadband wireless speeds and an easier and more secure way for businesses to manage, update and repair their notebook fleets.”

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New Atom Based Tablet: Nexcom MTC 2100

Nexcom MTC 2100 Atom based mini laptop

Announced recently in Taiwan by Nexcom, the new Atom based MTC 2100 tablet PC targeting mobile professionals who need powerful machine to support their critical business. This tablet equipped with 8.4-inch touch screen, 1.3MP built-in camera, laser barcode scanner, and fingerprint reader for security purposes.

The Nexcom MTC 2100 runs on Windows Vista operating system and features GPS along with 802.11/b/g/n Wireless, Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR, and WIMAX connectivities.

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Pixel Lab To Release Ripple Tablet Note T8300

Ripple Tablet Note T8300

Based on Penryn platform, the new Ripple Tablet Note T8300 will be released by Pixel Lab in Korea market. This tablet PC powered by 2.4GHz Intel T8300 processor.

As mentioned on Aving.net, the new Ripple comes with optional 3.5 HSDPA support, integrated 1.3M webcam, and 7-in-1 card reader. No words yet on pricing, but physically you can expect high-glossy coating technology covered the body, and advance touch panel that allows you to input your mind through stylus pen as well as writing brush or finger tips.

Via Aving