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Acer Aspire S5 ultrabook: 15mm thick plus Thunderbolt

Acer Aspire S5 ultrabook: 15mm thick plus Thunderbolt

Acer has revealed the Aspire S5, apparently the world's thinnest ultrabook at just 15mm at its thickest point, and offering a high-speed 20Gbps Thunderbolt port. The 13.3-inch ultraportable resumes from standby in 1.5s, Acer reckons, and there's Acer Always Connect to collect social network and email messages while the Aspire S5 is in standby mode; alternatively, you can remotely wake the notebook from your smartphone.

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Samsung Replenish and Restore Promise Eco-Friendly Smartphone Action

Samsung Replenish and Restore Promise Eco-Friendly Smartphone Action

Today two phones have been revealed, one of them an Android phone, the other a feature phone, both of them from Samsung and claiming heavily that they'll be the most eco-friendly handsets on the market. First is the Replenish, a QUERTY keyboard toting Android phone coming out May 8th, then the Samsung Restore, a feature phone that'll be re-announcing itself on Virgin Mobile on April 18th. Both of these phones come in fabulous bright fruity color combinations.

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H2O Audio Presents a Full Color-Blasted Line of Waterproof Earbuds

H2O Audio Presents a Full Color-Blasted Line of Waterproof Earbuds

For if you sweat wayyy to much or if you plan on dunking your head in the sea anytime soon, H2O Audio presents an expansion of their Surge line with these buds right here. These are their completely new FLEX All Sport Buds which offer not only a completely submersible design, but a full line of wild colors. Maybe a good choice for your Motorola Defy? Dunk em in! NOTE: These go on sale today!

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OCZ’s High-Speed Data Link Interface Meant to Accelerate the Progression of Solid State Storage

OCZ’s High-Speed Data Link Interface Meant to Accelerate the Progression of Solid State Storage

While OCZ Technology is busy releasing new Solid State Drives (SSD), it looks like the company isn't all that happy with the current state of Solid State Storage. With that in mind, they have announced today the unveiling of their proprietary interface, called High-Speed Data Link, or HSDL. OCZ says that they are unsatisfied with the current interface options, and hope to change that with their brand new HSDL.

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Microsoft KIN Two Gets the Tear Down Treatment

Microsoft KIN Two Gets the Tear Down Treatment

There's no surprise that the KIN Two, of the newly formed KIN lineage, is getting the tear down treatment. It's a new gadget, of course. So, does this tear down get to the dirty details of what makes the KIN Two tick? Are there any bombshells waiting in the deep dark sections? You'll just have to read on after the break to find out.

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OCZ debuts new Z-Drive PCI-E SSD line

OCZ debuts new Z-Drive PCI-E SSD line

OCZ offers numerous SSDs that hit different performance and price categories. The most reasonably priced of its offerings is the Onyx series that debuted in March for under $100. OCZ has announced new line of SSDs that skip the standard SATA interface in favor of using the PCI Express slot on the mainboard to bypass any potential bottlenecks in performance.

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 10 2010

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 10 2010

Hello geeks and geekettes and welcome to the latest SlashGear Week in Review! Early this week we saw the iTable. I reckon that the iTable is sort of like an iPad, with legs, that can hold your beer and pizza while you play Farmville. If Professor X lived in the world of Bioshock, this steampunk power wheel chair would be his ride. The thing even dispenses your adult beverages after piping the booze through an ice chiller.

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