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ARBOR Tech M1255 Atom-based 12.1-inch touchscreen slate

ARBOR Tech M1255 Atom-based 12.1-inch touchscreen slate

Of the Atom-based touchscreen tablets, the ASUS Eee PC T91 is probably the best known.  If you want a slate-format device, though, your choices are more limited; the upcoming CrunchPad is supposedly based on Intel's Atom N270, but until that drops in November you'll have to head over to ARBOR Tech.  Their new M1255 packs the Atom N270 together with a 12.1-inch resistive touchscreen, 1GB of RAM, 60GB hard-drive and WiFi a/b/g.

Intel cuts netbook Atom Z-series supply claim insiders

Intel cuts netbook Atom Z-series supply claim insiders

If there's one thing the past few days have shown us, it's that speculation about processor plans can get confusing - witness Intel's supposed Pine Trail delay and subsequent denials - but that certainly won't stop the rumors from coming.  Latest leaks from "industry sources" suggests that Intel has told its customers that no more Atom Z processor orders for netbook devices will be accepted, which if true would mean that products such as the Sony VAIO P and ASUS Eee PC T91 would have to find different core components.

Multitouch 7 and 12-inch panels in 2H09 say EETI

Multitouch 7 and 12-inch panels in 2H09 say EETI

Netbooks, UMPCs and ultraportable notebooks with capacitive touchscreens could be just around the corner, as manufacturer Egalax_empia Technology (EETI) plans to begin shipping 7- and 12-inch capacitive panels in the second half of 2009.  According to company president Mei Tsai, shipments will increase as client validation progresses.

MSI Wind U150 touchscreen Windows 7 netbook confirmed, plus AMD Yukon U210

MSI Wind U150 touchscreen Windows 7 netbook confirmed, plus AMD Yukon U210

MSI have confirmed previous leaks that they are developing a convertible touchscreen netbook that will run Windows 7 on Intel's upcoming Pine Trail chipset.  The MSI Wind U150 will take on ASUS' Eee PC T91; however there's some confusion as to when it might arrive.  MSI have tipped Pine Trail's official debut as taking place at CES 2010, while Intel maintain that the new Atom processors are on course for a late-2009 release.

Kohjinsha SK3 7-inch touchscreen netbook gets video unboxing

Kohjinsha SK3 7-inch touchscreen netbook gets video unboxing

Kohjinsha's SK3 UMPC landed quietly in Japan back in June, and since then we've heard little about the 7-inch touchscreen convertible.  Happily the team over at Conics have been able to source at least one SK3, and they've shared the video unboxing with us.  Let's just say, unless they have particularly large hands at Conics, the little Kohjinsha really is tiny.

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 29 2009

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 29 2009

Whew! The week is over already and this has been another busy one here at SlashGear with more new announcements and gear than we can shake a stick at. Things kicked off this week with a video of the LG BL40 Black Label feature phone hitting the Web. This was a good thing since we hate teaser campaigns. One of the cooler things from early in the week was the Fujifilm announcement of the FinePix Real 3D digital camera coming this year. The only downside is the camera is about $600 and the digital frame required to see the photos goes for another $200.

Daewoo SOLO C920-mini convertible tablet netbook

Daewoo SOLO C920-mini convertible tablet netbook

If carrying your computer like a plastic handbag appeals, and you're also a fan of pen-computing, then Daewoo's latest netbook may be the best thing for you.  The SOLO C920-mini starts from humble netbook beginnings - an Atom N270 1.6GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and a 60GB 1.8-inch 4,200rpm hard-drive - then throws in an 8.9-inch touchscreen and nifty carrying handle.

More capacitive netbook touchscreens promised for 2H09

More capacitive netbook touchscreens promised for 2H09

The capacitive touchscreen netbook storm continues to brew, with all signs pointing to a number of releases toward the end of 2009.  Latest panel manufacturer to throw its proverbial hat into the ring is Young Fast Optoelectronics, whose chairman has revealed that they will release a netbook-scale capacitive screen in the second half of this year.

SlashGear Week in Review: Week 2 2009

SlashGear Week in Review: Week 2 2009

We kicked off the week with our yearly visit to Macworld, finding a slightly subdued show floor but plenty of excitement about Apple's final keynote address at the conference.  Anticipation was high, with several new products expected to launch; instead, however, the only hardware news was a 17-inch unibody MacBook Pro.  No Mac mini update, no iPhone nano, no new iMac, and certainly no new iTouch tablet.  Phil Schiller attempted to channel some Jobsian enthusiasm over iLife '09 and iWork '09, which are certainly adept pieces of software, and the price changes for iTunes could shake up the download world a little, but it wasn't the "going out with a bang" for Macworld that many expected.

After that, it was CES 2009, and the SlashGear team decamped to Las Vegas to cover the best-known consumer electronics show on the calendar.  The impact of the recession has certainly made its mark on CES, with what looked to be a lower attendee turnout and several booth cancellations.  Headline gadgets were also fewer and further between, though there were still a few notable announcements.

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