If you're a big audiophile and are in the market for a netbook, we might just have something for you that fits the bill. The Indamixx Laptop offers up a ton of pre-installed audio software on a Linux-based OS and the entire system falls under $500.
The Indamixx Laptop, from Trinity Audio Group, was announced today and is the perfect choice for DJ's, producers and remixers. It uses an Intel Atom processor and makes it easy to create and broadcast your music on the web.
A unique OS called Transmission and software bundle comes pre-installed, including XT2 and Ardour, to make music production a snap. This netbook is built around music and only music, so the price tag of $499 is really pretty extraordinary. You can pre-order one now with a down payment of $99. All orders made by December 15 will arrive in time for Christmas.
When the Wii came out, all anyone could talk about was the Wiimote and how much fun it was to physically interact with a game. But it was not without its flaws. In fact, it had problems in the area of sensitivity. However, this new Truemotion 3D system from Sixense takes motion control up to the next level.
The holidays are coming, Black Friday is almost here, and SlashGear is excited to be taking part in this year's HP Magic Giveaway, sponsored by HP and Microsoft. If you've been wondering what to get your gadget-obsessed friends and family then rest assured, this is one prize package that's just crying out to be shared: more than $6,000 of desktop, laptop and netbook PCs, peripherals and software. Check out the full list, and more details, after the cut.
Update: You can enter here!
If you have a Star Wars fan in your family, or you are one yourself, then you're going to want to check out the Black Friday sale at the official Star Wars Shop. You'll save a bunch on all sorts of items, from small toys for stocking stuffers to serious memorabilia.
It looks like you can save 10% on every item in the store. While that might not be as much as some other online sales, considering the fact this discount covers the entire stock and includes high ticket items, it's pretty significant. So, if you've been holding out on a replica lightsaber or a bronzed Yoda statue, now is the time to act.
Star Wars buffs usually can't get enough memorabilia. So if you have one in your life, you might want to seriously consider taking advantage of this sale. I mean, why wait and spend more than you have to?
Well this is exciting news. Micron has come up with a new SSD that could actually break current records for internal storage and would be incredibly fast. This new storage would actually use two solid-state drives that have 16 data channels. This would make for a transfer speed of up to 1GB/second!
Call me impressed! Performance exceeds 200,000 input/output operations per second. It also requires that the current Serial ATA II 300MB/s bandwidth cap be released with a PCI Express. During a demo video, the SSDs are mounted on cards and these managed to top 800MB/s.
Last month we learned that Samsung will update its blu-ray player to support Netflix’s “Watch Instantly”; apparently that’s not all, the company has announced an HD addition of that service to be added by the first week of December through a firmware update.
Three months after its introduction, Canon finally ships the EOS 5D Mark II; but due to the holiday and huge demand of this 5D sequel, early adopters may not be able to get their unit in time for turkey session. We know how much you like to show off new gadget, gather the first of its kind digital still and motion camera to your families and friends. That unfortunately has to wait. Say a prayer and blessing to your family, be thankful for football and foods, then tell your parent your Thanksgiving resolution is make a name for yourself in film production. Sit back, relax and show them the new footage taken with camera of your dream. With little investment, you could be the next Vincent Laforet.
A member of Howard Forums is claiming to have unlocked his Verizon BlackBerry Storm for use on T-Mobile's GSM network. The process involved sourcing a SIM unlock code from Verizon themselves, then updating the handset's service books with software intended for the BlackBerry Bold.
Sprint is being sued by its own sales staff, over allegedly failing to pay them commission. More than 19,000 current and former employees are affected by the case, which has been approved by a Kansas City judge this week, each of whom missed out on between $100 and $500 per month. The legal team for the employees are predicting that Sprint could face total damages in excess of $5m.