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Dell 9.99mm Adamo XPS ultraportable teaser kicks-off

Dell 9.99mm Adamo XPS ultraportable teaser kicks-off

It's a frankly astonishing time to start a teaser campaign - right smack in the middle of an Apple event - but Dell were obviously so upset by Apple's snook-cocking at their netbook range that they wanted to show off their upcoming super-skinny Adamo XPS.  The 9.99mm thick notebook has no specs, no details and no price, but then again it wouldn't be much of a teaser if everything was on a plate for you, would it.

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Sanyo Offers Up a Compact HD Cam With 720p

Sanyo Offers Up a Compact HD Cam With 720p

Monday's here and we've got another week ahead of us. And today's already been pretty busy, considering Apple's gone and outed the official release date of their upcoming OS, and even Nokia got some netbook action unveiled. And while I'm sure someone at Sanyo cares about all of that, we're sure they're thinking you should be more excited about a small camcorder that's capable of recording at 720p. And, if that's not all, there's something else that might entice you to grab this little camera.

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KDDI WiFi b/g microSD cards demonstrated

KDDI WiFi b/g microSD cards demonstrated

KDDI Corp have been showing off two microSD cards with integrated WiFi b/g in Japan this week.  Although SD cards with integrated WLAN are not uncommon - Eye-Fi is a good example of the technology, used to add wireless photo and video uploads to digital cameras and camcorders - it's more unusual to find the components sufficiently shrunk down to fit on a microSD card.

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Nikon D90 DSLR officially announced

Nikon D90 DSLR officially announced

SlashGear reader Chase Jarvis is a lucky guy: for the past few months he's been testing out Nikon's D90 DSLR as part of Nikon's launch campaign, and he asked if we were interested in seeing the results.  Considering all that's leaked so far have been stock images and rumored specs, we couldn't turn down the opportunity, so here it is: Nikon's new D90, with the 12.3-megapixel chip from the D300, 720p video recording and GPS tagging.

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Drobo NAS gets SDK for UPnP, Linux support and other tweaking

Drobo NAS gets SDK for UPnP, Linux support and other tweaking

Data Robotics has released an SDK for their Drobo robotic RAID array.  The Drobo, which we reviewed in August last year, attempts to make backup and data redundancy straightforward by automating much of the RAID process; while it initially was intended for connection to a single PC, the company subsequently released a networking component called DroboShare.  With the SDK, Drobo can already be used for UPnP/DLNA media streaming.

EyeFi SD Cards Turns Everything Wireless – Kind of Everything

EyeFi SD Cards Turns Everything Wireless – Kind of Everything

Well I should clarify that EyeFi has yet to confirm that EyeFi SD will support smart phones such as the Treo, PDA or any SD-enabled consumer product. The companies FAQ page states that they hear our feedbacks, but their primary focus is on the digital camera, but they’re taking the PDA opportunity very seriously (whatever that means). So essentially, the EyeFi SD card promises to turn every digital camera into a wireless (802.11g Wi-Fi which is backward compatible with 802.11b.) camera. So what does this mean for you? It means that your digital camera is now empowered by the wireless god to send photos to yourself, friends and even directly to your Flickr account with out going through the computer or laptop first. Not only that, there’s up to 1GB of storage to hold all your photos.

The price of the EyeFi SD card is unavailable, but the beta release is due out in the fall – and yes I’ve already requested to be a beta tester.

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