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HyperSpace instant-on coming to ASUS notebooks & netbooks

HyperSpace instant-on coming to ASUS notebooks & netbooks

Phoenix Technologies' HyperSpace instant-on system will soon be appearing on ASUS notebooks and netbooks, offering fast access to internet-based applications and automatic network connection while Windows optionally continues to boot in the background.  Once the Microsoft OS has loaded, the user can - device depending - switch between the two platforms, prioritizing functionality or, in the case of HyperSpace, battery savings potentially in excess of 25-percent.  However while the software will be preinstalled on the ASUS devices, users will still be expected to pay Phoenix's annual subscription fees. 

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TIM ASUS Eee PC 1000H GO with integrated HSUPA

TIM ASUS Eee PC 1000H GO with integrated HSUPA

ASUS and Italian carrier TIM have announced a partnership to offer the Eee PC 1000H GO with integrated 3.5G HSUPA.  The netbook will sell alongside the ASUS Eee PC 901 GO, already available from the carrier, and run Windows XP Home on the usual Atom 1.6GHz N270 processor with 1GB of RAM and a 160GB hard-drive.  Two color options will be available, "pearl white" and "galaxy black", with TIM and Alice Mobile (the carrier's mobile broadband brand) logos.

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Rock Pegasus 520: first notebook with NVIDIA 9650M GT graphics

Rock Pegasus 520: first notebook with NVIDIA 9650M GT graphics

UK notebook manufacturer Rock have announced the 15.4-inch Pegasus 520, the world’s first notebook to be powered by NVIDIA's new 9650M GT graphics. The 9650 GT has 1GB of dedicated VRAM, NVIDIA's second-generation PureVideoHD video engine and full 1080p support, and in the 520 is coupled with an Intel T9500 Core 2 Duo processor, up to 4GB DDR2 RAM and up to a 320GB 7,200rpm hard-drive.

ASUS Eee Monitor images break cover

ASUS Eee Monitor images break cover

ASUS have surreptitiously released official photos of their misleadingly-named Eee Monitor, which in actual fact is not merely an LCD display but a full, all-in-one PC.  The machine, available in black and white, will feature an as-yet unconfirmed processor, likely to follow the trend of ASUS' Eee Box desktop PC and be Intel's 1.6GHz Atom N270.  The screen is believed to be 19-21-inches.

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