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Compal Tabasco is mysterious T-Swivel MID: coming to CES 2009?

Compal Tabasco is mysterious T-Swivel MID: coming to CES 2009?

The mysterious T-swivelling MID that was mistakenly identified by some as the Palm Roteo has been correctly traced back to Compal, in the shape of their Tabasco MID concept.  On show at Computex 2008 back in June, the non-working handheld was meant to demonstrate a 4.5-inch (or 5-inch) touchscreen device with a 3.2-megapixel rear camera with 2x optical zoom and flash plus a front-facing webcam.

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SlashGear Week in Review – June 15th

SlashGear Week in Review – June 15th

Unsurprisingly the iPhone 3G has overshadowed just about all other news this week, with Steve Jobs taking to the Keynote stage at WWDC 2008 on Monday and announcing Apple's updated cellphone.  Packing 3G, GPS, improved software and more into an only slightly thicker (and curvier) chassis, the iPhone 3G is destined to make waves when it launches on July 11th, especially given the lower price of $199 (for the 8GB model).  We live-blogged the Keynote and many of you were good enough to join us; check out our coverage here, and click over to iPhone Buzz for more up-to-the-minute iPhone news.

Aigo MID hands-on: compact & innovative, but battery disappoints

Aigo MID hands-on: compact & innovative, but battery disappoints

One of the first Intel Atom powered Mobile Internet Devices, the Aigo MID, has reached the hands of reviewers, and first impressions look good.  Basically the same unit as Gigabyte's M528, it packs a 500MHz Z500 processor and runs a Linux-based OS with the Midinux 2.0 GUI.  In fact the guys at UMPCFever pay the Aigo perhaps the ultimate compliment: that in use it's just like the iPhone experience.

Check out the video of the Aigo MID in action ater the cut

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