This platform is for setting up your VoIP network. It has the ability to be upgraded and works with all sorts of VoIP communications devices. It even has integrated desktop and network applications.
Just because it was intended for use on IP based phone networks doesn’t mean Panasonic was naïve enough to leave out the old fashioned analog telephone service as an option as well. Furthermore, it looks fairly easy to use whether you are connecting via IP or POTS.
So the rep from Meizu, much like the company as a whole, continues to profess their design didn’t come from the iPhone, that their design was completed some time towards the end of 2006, well before the iPhone was released. They still don’t mention anything about the software though, which is almost definitely stolen from Apple.
It depresses me slightly to see a mobile phone that is in a clamshell form factor and has a larger external screen that the internal one on my clamshell. But, I guess that’s how Samsung rolls, go big or go home.
So these bags are designed in various wacky shapes and sizes primarily to simulate a gun holster (at least from what I’ve seen that’s what I get). Except instead of carrying firearms and ammunition, they carry your useful gadgets, ID, things of that nature.
As we saw yesterday, Asus has a new Eee PC model out with an 8.9” screen. The resolution for the screen has also been upped to 1024x600 meaning you’ll have to squint a little less now. As for its storage, Asus said it will be available with SSD up to 12GB.
Logitech has a new headset for your wireless pleasure. Suggested uses include online chats, gaming, or even just plain old music listening. It has a microphone attached, ear pads so it fits comfortably, and the USB adapter to connect it to your computer.
They have a new XaserVI Mx case that is a mid-tower version of the amazing XaserVI. They’ve kept the whole thing covered in mesh metal grills, filled with fans, and organized so that the GPU(s), CPU(s), and HDD(s) all have their own path of air flow for optimal cooling. There is tool-free installation of everything except the motherboard and power supply, and the mid-tower size will look a little better on top of your desk.
Have you finally gotten your hands on the elusive Everex CloudBook yet? After a couple of delays, some people were worried it might never come. However, it's in the wild and working hard to dethrone the Eee PC as the champion of tiny notebooks. If you've gotten one for yourself and want to spruce it up a bit, here's the perfect way to do it.
Apparently this notebook is part of some sort of new green initiative over at Asus and is made from bamboo. I must say myself, it looks simply amazing.