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E-Noa Interpad Tegra 2 Android tablet spotted [Updated with video]

E-Noa Interpad Tegra 2 Android tablet spotted [Updated with video]

A new Tegra 2 based tablet, the Interpad, has debuted from German firm E-Noa, and unlike most of the concepts we see it has a reasonably firm price and release date attached.  Running Android 2.1 on a 10.1-inch capacitive multitouch display, the Interpad pairs the second-gen Tegra T20 with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage; there's also WiFi b/g, Bluetooth 2.1 and HDMI.

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Toshiba Satellite L675D-S7022 Review

Toshiba Satellite L675D-S7022 Review

Desktop replacement notebooks may pull together the computing experience with more of a nod to portability than the average PC tower, but there's also a price sacrifice to be made if you want the same crunching abilities. Into this hotly contested field steps Toshiba with the Satellite L675D-S7022, a 17.3-inch notebook that sneaks in at under the $800 mark. Is this the budget desktop replacement to beat? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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New Toradex Colibri module squeezes Tegra 2 computer onto SODIMM-sized board

New Toradex Colibri module squeezes Tegra 2 computer onto SODIMM-sized board

We might still be waiting for the first Tegra 2 tablets to arrive, but computer module specialist Toradex are looking to put NVIDIA's next-gen chipset into even smaller packages.  Having graced these pages before with an ultra-compact Atom based system on a credit-card sized 'board, Toradex are now promoting their Colibri Tegra T20 Module [pdf link], which does the same thing only with a dual-core 1GHz Cortex A9.

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Toshiba Smart Pad tablet prototype shown; due before October 2010

Toshiba Smart Pad tablet prototype shown; due before October 2010

Back when we got our first glimpse of the Toshiba Libretto W100 and the Android-based AC100, what we didn't get to see was a prototype of the company's new touchscreen slate.  That's been wheeled out over in Australia, with the company's Managing Director for the country, Mark Whittard, whipping out the iPad-like tablet and suggesting it would hit the market before October 2010.

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Buffalo LinkTheater LT-V100 network HD media player hits Japan

Buffalo LinkTheater LT-V100 network HD media player hits Japan

Buffalo Japan has outed its latest networked media player, the Buffalo LinkTheater LT-V100, now capable of 1080p Full HD playback.  The LT-V100 has HMDI and composite video outputs, together with analog and optical-digital audio outputs, and a 10/100 ethernet port for network streaming.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 gets official: 4x DX11 performance of rivals

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 gets official: 4x DX11 performance of rivals

NVIDIA has outed its much-rumored GeForce GTX 460, a mid-range Fermi-based graphics card promising four times the performance of rivals, real-time PhysX and 3D support with a price tag of roughly $199.  The company has focussed their efforts on DirectX 11 tessellation, with a quoted up to 4x improvement in performance over cards from other manufacturers.

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Cowon V5W adds WiFi to Full HD touchscreen PMP/MID

Cowon V5W adds WiFi to Full HD touchscreen PMP/MID

Cowon has updated their V5 PMP with a new injection of WiFi, creating the Cowon V5W.  Packing a 4.8-inch WVGA touchscreen, up to 64GB of flash storage and an HDMI output, the V5W has WiFi b/g and an S/PDIF output, and runs a custom Cowon UI on top of Windows CE 6.0.

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Droid X Review

Droid X Review

Motorola's first-generation DROID shook HTC's dominance of the Android segment and arguably reinvented the company after years of tired RAZR variants. Now, after a spate of low- to mid-tier Android devices, the company has unveiled their next high-end smartphone. The Motorola DROID X, again on Verizon Wireless in the US, scales up the screen, the camera and the processor, while simultaneously slimming down in the hand; it also faces strong competition from HTC, Samsung and others. Has Motorola done enough second-time around? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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HP Pavilion dm1z Neo-based ultraportable quietly debuts

HP Pavilion dm1z Neo-based ultraportable quietly debuts

A new HP 11.6-inch ultraportable, the Pavilion dm1z series, has gone up for sale at the company's estore, based on AMD's Neo processors and offering up to 7hrs of battery life.  The HP Pavilion dm1z is a variant of the dm1 updated with AMD Vision technology back in May; it has up to 5GB of DDR3 memory, up to 500GB HDD/128GB SSD, and optional mobile broadband.

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ezGear SurfBoard 700 rides the Android tablet tide

ezGear SurfBoard 700 rides the Android tablet tide

ezGear may be better known for their range of console, smartphone and PMP accessories, but the tablet gravy-train has obviously been too much for the company to resist.  They've just outed the ezGear SurfBoard 700, a 7-inch WVGA Android MID based on RockChip's RK2818 chipset and offering WiFi b/g, a 2-megapixel camera and HDMI output.

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Sony flagship ES Receivers and Blu-ray player debut

Sony flagship ES Receivers and Blu-ray player debut

Sony has revealed its latest range of A/V receivers and Blu-ray players, with the new models having a custom integration focus.  The Sony STR-DA3600ES, STR-DA4600ES and STR-DA5600ES all support multi-room playback, with 7.1-channels, HDMI 1.4a inputs/outputs and 3D support, while the STR-DN2010 is set up for a single room.  Meanwhile there's also the Sony BDP-S1700ES, a Full HD 1080p Blu-ray player with 3D support, integrated WiFi b/g/n and upscaling.

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Logitech Revue Google TV box passes the FCC

Logitech Revue Google TV box passes the FCC

Logitech's Revue Google TV box has cleared the FCC, with a new filing from the company's OEM partner Gigabyte.  Wireless Goodness spotted the new listing, which also includes some internal shots [pdf link] of the Revue's hardware; unsurprisingly, it all looks much like a regular nettop inside, with an Intel CE4150 1.2GHz processor doing all the major crunching.

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