Archive for June, 2009

Gateway SX SFF and DX mini-tower PCs announced

Gateway SX SFF and DX mini-tower PCs announced

Gateway have rolled out two new small-form-factor (SFF) desktop PC ranges, its SX Series and DX Series, offering a choice of AMD or Intel processors, HDMI connectivity and compact desk footprints.  The first SX model is the Gateway SX2800-01, a Core 2 Quad Q8200 2.33GHz desktop with integrated GMA X4500 graphics, 4GB of DDR memory, 640GB hard-drive and a DVD burner.

 

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LG ultra-slim “Full LED” 55-inch LCD HDTVs

LG ultra-slim “Full LED” 55-inch LCD HDTVs

LG have unveiled two new "full LED" HDTVs, each with 55-inch LCD panels and 240Hz refresh rates.  The LG 55LH95 and LG 55LH93 both use 3,360 individual LEDs and boast a contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1; the company's backlighting technology can individually control 240 sections of the display, dimming or brightening as suits the image on-screen.

 

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HTC Sense UI will be released for “other existing devices”

HTC Sense UI will be released for “other existing devices”

Speculation a-plenty today, after HTC's Peter Chou apparently confirms that the company's Sense UI "will be available on some other existing devices".  That, understandably, has prompted many Magic and G1 owners - previously to be found looking at their devices and sneering at the basic UI -  to believe that at least one of the two phones will get HTC Sense.  However, it might also be a little more complex than that.

HTC Hero live video demo

HTC Hero live video demo

After HTC announced the Hero, we took the opportunity to coerce one of their team to spend a while running through the Android smartphone's new functionality.  The result is the usual excessively-comprehensive SlashGear video, a full fifteen minutes of HTC Hero demo that you can see after the cut.

HTC promise Sense UI on Windows Mobile in future

HTC promise Sense UI on Windows Mobile in future

HTC have confirmed that the distinctive HTC Sense UI seen today on their Hero Android handset will in future be featured on the company's Windows Mobile devices.  According to the HTC press release, "all new HTC devices moving forward" will get the new system, which integrates Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and other widgets into the homescreen.

Demo video and trailer for the HTC Hero after the cut

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