Computex 2010

HP Mini Classmate PC Breaks Cover at Computex

HP Mini Classmate PC Breaks Cover at Computex

Are you one of the many just getting out of school? Or, perhaps you've been out of school for years, but you still wait patiently for all those back-to-school specials for other reasons. It's a great time for deals, surely, but it's also a great time to see what companies are working on for their appropriate markets. For example, we've got here the HP Mini Classmate PC, which, as far as we can tell, looks crafted as much as possible to be for the kids out there in need of a laptop.

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ZTE V7 Maemo MID gets video hands-on

ZTE V7 Maemo MID gets video hands-on

ZTE's Maemo-running V7 MID showed up last month in render form at the Shanghai World Expo, but the company had a working prototype this week at Computex.  ARMDevices grabbed a hands-on with the compact, 4-inch WVGA handheld - which is based on an 806MHz Marvell PXA310 chipset and has a dinky little thumb-keyboard under the touchscreen - and to our surprise it looks pretty good.

Video demo after the cut

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Innoversal Lattice Tablet Shows Off Pixel Qi Display at Computex [Video]

Innoversal Lattice Tablet Shows Off Pixel Qi Display at Computex [Video]

Pixel Qi seemed to be all the rage just months ago, but over the days since, it's all but dropped off the radar. Sure, it's still out there, showing off its amazing ability to display things in direct sunlight, but with the Notion Ink Adam tablet seeing some major delays, it seems that all the fuss over the great screen implementation died with it. But, there's other companies out there using the technology, and at Computex this year, one such company wanted to show off their new tablet.

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Inventec Dr. Eye Gives the Android Based N18 a Ridiculous Name [Video]

Inventec Dr. Eye Gives the Android Based N18 a Ridiculous Name [Video]

Inventec's N18, or N18C, has been shown off more than a few times over the last year, but it's always kept to the standard title: some numbers, and a letter thrown in for good measure. Model numbers are a great way to name a product, but it's definitely better to give it some clever title. We might draw the line at Dr. Eye, though. It's a lot more unnerving than it probably needs to be.

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Aiptek 3D Records HD Video in 3D for Those on a Budget

Aiptek 3D Records HD Video in 3D for Those on a Budget

Computex is proving to be quite the interesting experience this year (not that it isn't every year). We've already seen quite a few cool things come out of Taiwan over the last couple of days, and while a 3D camcorder may not be at the top of your list of things to be looking for, we've got to at least admit that it's interesting, especially considering that high-definition video capturing part.

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Thermaltake Challenger Pro Keyboard Packs in a Cooling Fan for Long Nights of Gaming

Thermaltake Challenger Pro Keyboard Packs in a Cooling Fan for Long Nights of Gaming

Cooling fans aren't new to the PC market. For most rigs, especially the high-profile gaming units out there, they're pretty much a necessity. Long hours, and constant usage can make any system overheat if it's not checked at constant intervals. But, we'll go ahead and admit that we never expected a keyboard to get the cooling fan treatment. Well, here's one after all.

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