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HP EliteBook 2740p multitouch tablet hands-on

HP EliteBook 2740p multitouch tablet hands-on

HP have announced the EliteBook 2740p, a 12.1-inch ultrathin convertible tablet which supports multitouch together with pen input.  Inside there are Intel's latest Core i7 and Core i5 processors, along with up to 8GB of DDR3 memory, Intel HD graphics and a choice of up to 320GB HDD or 160GB SSD.  Check out more details and some hands-on first-impressions after the cut.

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HP Slate gets video overview: 5yrs in the making

HP Slate gets video overview: 5yrs in the making

One of the more talked about tablets at CES 2010 turned out to be one the manufacturer wasn't even officially debuting; Microsoft CES Steve Ballmer took HP's unnamed slate up on stage and then proceeded to tell us very little about it.  Happily HP themselves have decided to spill some more of their touchscreen beans, and it turns out they've been working on the device for about five years and even had it ready two years ago.

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Microsoft CES 2010 Tablet is HP slate PC not Courier [Video]

Microsoft CES 2010 Tablet is HP slate PC not Courier [Video]

Microsoft's CES 2010 keynote is only just starting - plagued by power cuts and temperamental on-stage PCs - but already Steve Ballmer's surprise tablet unveil has been scooped.  The culprit is, ironically, Microsoft itself, prematurely posting the press release to their media site.  As for that mystery tablet, despite pre-show rumors its turned out not to be the Courier; instead, it's turned out to be an as-yet unnamed HP touchscreen device.

Video demo after the cut

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eviGroup Pad 10.2-inch Win7 slate with Seline AI

eviGroup Pad 10.2-inch Win7 slate with Seline AI

French tablet company eviGroup have unveiled their large-display device - the eviGroup Pad - and like the rumors suggested it's an Atom-based 10.2-inch touchscreen slate.  The Pad has a 1024 x 600 display, integrated WiFi a/b/g and 3G, and runs Windows 7; it also works with French software project Seline, a so-called "artificial intelligence" interface that supports spoken, text and handwriting control over various aspects of a computer system.

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PMA 2009 Rumor : Nikon new entry-level DSLR’s D5000

PMA 2009 Rumor : Nikon new entry-level DSLR’s D5000

Rumor at best, and this time coming from a Korean digital camera community forum: someone claimed to have received information from another person who’s working at Nikon headquarter about a new DLSR to be unveil on the opening of PMA 2009. That sounds familiar with all the second-hand stories been told before any major digital camera shows, right? Let's get to the story. That new model oddly, dubs D5000, and inherits the rather depressing no in-body’s AF motor likes the D40 and D60, hence the Entry-Level. However, it’s slightly upscale in performance level, and is neck to neck with current D90.

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Blaupunkt Travel Pilot 700 & 500: GPS directions mapped onto live video

Blaupunkt Travel Pilot 700 & 500: GPS directions mapped onto live video

Navigon, TomTom and others are doing their best to make the on-screen view of your GPS look as much as possible as real-life, but if you really want realism why not just look outside?  That's the approach Blaupunkt are taking with their new Travel Pilot systems: a video camera on the back of the GPS captures real-time footage of the view ahead, onto which is overlaid directional information.

Check out the demo video of Blaupunkt's Travel Pilot system in action after the cut

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