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With the exception of dedicated tablet manufacturers like TabletKiosk, Fujitsu was the only major make to have multiple tablet models on display.
The OQO Model 2+ has been a spectacular hit at CES 2009. Rob had an exclusive look at the device earlier in the week where the demonstration showed off a spectacular screen.
GBM reader Harv asked us to take a closer look at the PowerMat Wireless charging system and being the tech junkies we are, we were more than happy to oblige.
VIA is making a big splash this year at CES 2009, culminating in perhaps its most compelling creation to date. The Trinity platform allows for spectacular High Definition video playback using very modest hardware.
Well, folks, right when we thought the netbook craze has started to stale, VIA storms onto the scene at this year's CES 2009 with a new device from their WonderMedia subsidiary.
VIA's Nano is looking to dethrone Intel's Atom processor as ruler of the netbook world. Tim Brown takes us for a brief tour through the current devices currently available in Asian and European markets and shows us a unique 11.6" concept netbook that bridges the gap be...
Small slate tablet wifi internet device. 4.3 inch 480x272 display. Google Android OS. Officially dubbed an MSND: Mobile Social Networking Device..
Toshiba's also joining the netbook craze with the NB105. The keyboard is about as small as the Lenovo S10's..
This was the concept display at the Toshiba booth. All of these devices seem to have a mock display with no details beyond the fact that they are all concepts..
Toshiba's Network Stationary. Toshiba touts it as an ultra-slim device that allows for web browsing and syncing with a desktop, allowing instant access to the internet within a case the size of a small paper planner..
From a minimalist's point of view, I am really digging the Lenovo X200T for CES coverage. In my previous life as a photojournalist, I always had to find the balance between carrying enough gear to meet any unforeseen roadblocks and carrying redundant and unnecessary wei...
Pico projectors made a strong presence at Pepcom's Digital Experience at CES 2009 with a slew of the tiny devices displaying impressive image quality from their dimunitive size.
The Sony Vaio P was announced today and Warner and I have posted some basic specs on the device. As promised, here are the pics, followed by a video demonstration.
359 dollars gives you a pico sized projector for those moments when you need to project in a pinch. 3M is also announcing a smaller unit this year.
Sony officially unveils the Sony Vaio P. The P will have an 8-inch ultrawide LCD display weighing 1.4 pounds and is roughly the size of a business envelope.
Tonight, Rob, Sierra and I were at CES Unveiled and noticed that a significant number of manufacturers are incorporating touch technology in their latest and greatest releases.
One of the more crowded and active booths at CES Unveiling was the PowerMat wireless recharging station. The concept has been around for a while now, but this was my first experience with this technology.
As Rob posted from the floor, Asus aims to impress again with a tablet version of the ever popular EEE PC. Even though this can be seen as just another EEE device, the significance of that swiveling hinge cannot be understated.
One of the main complaints about the iPhone is its inability for storage space expansion. Buffalo just released a solution to this problem with their LinkStation Pro NAS at MacWorld.
It's no secret that Palm has been losing market share to RIM, Apple, and HTC year after year. Palm started abandoning their own OS in lieu of various iterations of Windows Mobile on their devices, much to the chagrin of its loyal users who miss the simplicity and stabil...
No human models here so if I got your hopes up I apologize. This is just the Vivienne Tam edition of HP's 10.2" netbook we reported on back in September featuring a standard run-of-the-mill spec sheet.
My ongoing soft-review of the Lenovo X200T (Warner and Rob have done a much more thorough review) continues with a pictorial comparison between the X200T and Fujitsu's T2010.
With CES right around the corner, the friendly folks at Lenovo sent me an X200T to use for the event. I'm sure you've all seen by now the excellent reviews that Warner posted up.
Well, it's been a fun ride and interesting experience. The time has come for the Motion F5 to go to another team member and my exposure to speech technology draws to a close.
After a few weeks' worth of use, I must say I am continually impressed by Nuance's latest offering of voice recognition software.
CTL's Classmate convertible tablet PC is scheduled for a early 2009 release at a price point south of $500. The CTL 2go is Intel's second generation Classmate device that seems to have more in common with a netbook than a tablet PC, although it does have tablet functio...
The folks over at Hot Hardware gives a brief video overview of Lenovo's S10 Netbook. In the video, you can see how tight the keyboard is, which is common among devices in this sector.
I was browsing Fujitsu's site today for updated drivers for my T2010 when I saw the T2010's update. Fujitsu's predictable nomenclature scheme was used and the update was aptly named the Lifebook T2020.
I'm still trying to wipe the puddle of drool off my keyboard after seeing this demonstration from Microsoft's Jonathan Cluts. The interactive 3-D Gray's Anatomy with various systems of interest a touch away is truly amazing.
In this GBM InkShow, I put the Fujitsu T5010, Fujitsu T2010, and HP TX2051 through their paces. Of course there's no such thing as a winner in these types of comparisons since each device is dedicated to a separate market.
I have had the Fujitsu T5010 now for the last two weeks and it's proven to be a very capable computer. I've already given the T5010 a Shortcut tour, a written look, and now, I take a deeper look at this tablet and show you what I did and didn't like and a general idea...