Archive for June, 2007

Raon Digital Everun UMPC on video – looks awesome!

Raon Digital Everun UMPC on video – looks awesome!

Oooh, let's put aside our papercraft iPhones (because seriously, you're going to get a papercut if you keep rubbing it to your ear) and feast our greedy eyes on Steve Paine's Raon Digital Everun UMPCproduction sample.  Lucky Steve had a quick run-in with the Raon team and was left with a bit more info and - more exciting - an Everun of his own to play with.

 

Check out the video footage of the Everun after the cut...

VIA debuts new Mini-ITX board

VIA debuts new Mini-ITX board

If you're in the market for a smaller-than-usual motherboard, chances are you'll end up with a Mini-ITX board, as it is increasingly growing in popularity. VIA has several different boards based on this form-factor, and have just recently released a new one.

The VIA EPIA LT features dual-LAN and dual LVDS and comes with either a 1.5GHz or 1.0GHz processor. If you're looking for a silent configuration, you'll want to go with the 1.0GHz model. It has a variety of I/O ports including four (yes four) COM ports, a PCI slot and 6 USB ports.

Nvidia announces Hybrid SLI technology

Nvidia announces Hybrid SLI technology

The problem with devices that add more power to your machine is that they also tend to suck a lot of juice. In the case of laptops, you want to be able to squeeze the most life out of your battery as possible. A new technology from Nvidia will give you the best of both worlds.

AT&T posts FAQ for the Apple iPhone

AT&T posts FAQ for the Apple iPhone

Do you have some looming questions about the Apple iPhone, and your AT&T Wireless account? Perhaps you've tried asking the sales reps at your local AT&T store, but you haven't gotten all the answers you've been looking for. Well, they have been kind enough to post a FAQ on their website.

Most of the information is not new, but it does answer a lot of questions that potential customers are going to have. If you didn't know already, AT&T can ask for as much as $800 for a deposit when activating new service. If you are worried about that, you won't have to wait until you get home and activate it, they can do a credit check right there in the store before they send you on your way. Otherwise, everything will be done from your home PC.

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