CES 2011 had its share of stand-out products, and Motorola's name was on a number of them. The Motorola ATRIX 4G has dropped onto the SlashGear test bench on its way to AT&T, along with the majority of its accessories - including the clever Laptop Dock - and that calls for an unboxing and some first impressions.
The Nokia E7 is finally shipping, the Symbian QWERTY business phone making its retail debut in several markets this week. Announced all the way back at Nokia World 2010 in September, until the first MeeGo devices arrive the E7 will be the de-facto flagship of Nokia's range, with its 4-inch Clear Black display and 8-megapixel camera. One of a few rare review units dropped onto the SlashGear test bench last week; check out our first impressions after the cut
ASUS' Eee Slate EP121 is set to ship imminently, but until then we'll have to live vicariously through the company's official unboxing and demos of the 12.1-inch Windows 7 slate. Over the course of two videos, ASUS attempts to show us why we shouldn't discount the PC tablet, and highlights some of the benefits regular Windows has over more mobile platforms like Android or iOS.
After announcing earlier this week that its Adam tablet was finally shipping, Notion Ink has shared an official unboxing with some of the first units to land with them. It certainly seems like the company has put some thought into the packaging experience - something Apple has shown us is particularly important - and the box even converts into a desk-stand for you to prop Adam up.
Take a look with me at this lovely ultraportable Lenovo laptop by the name of IdeaPad U260. This particular model comes in Clementine Orange and Mocha Brown, the one you're about to see being the fabulous former. This notebook comes in your choice of Intel’s 1.33GHz Core i3-380UM or 1.33GHz to 1.86GHz Core i5-470UM processors, a Core i7 option up to 4GB of DDR3 memory and a standard 320GB 5,400rpm hard-drive (or 128GB SSD).
While there are an innumerable of products launched every year, there's only a few that warrant a special kind of attention. And still fewer that, if you happen to get it way earlier than everyone else, you take the time to get your camera, or find a camera, to take some photos of your prize. Despite all of the live videos, User Interface (UI) demonstrations, and images we've seen of the Notion Ink Adam tablet device, there are still naysayers out there, saying that the Android-powered device will never see the light of day. Well, for one lucky individual named Van Gunst (who's Dutch), he has proof that the tablet is real, and he was kind enough to take some photos.
It's been a long time since we first caught sight of HTC's Media Link, squeezed into an HTC Sense presentation back at the launch of the Desire HD and Desire Z. The two phones have launched and gone on sale, but it's taken longer for the compact DLNA wireless streaming box to arrive. Patience has served us well, though, and now the Media Link is fresh on the SlashGear test bench.
Woo look what we got in the mail, a nice firey read green and white package from AUDEO containing some brand new PFE 022 + Mic earbuds. This is the set that they say are a perfect fit, have perfect bass, and perfect protection for maximum sound quality even at the lowest volumes! Take a peek as we open the package, the package inside the package, and the box and the taped up plastic container - these buds are seriously more protected from damage than most laptops.
With the Google Nexus S hitting Best Buy stores this morning, YouTube will soon be flooded with unboxing videos as gleeful owners get a first taste of Gingerbread. It's entirely possible that none of them will feature desktop ninjas in a completely interactive YouTube page, however, so if that's what you're looking for then you'll have to head over to http://www.youtube.com/ninjaunboxing2.
As you might already know, we've already had our fingers on a ENVY 17 3D in a small way back in October and indeed the laptop IS now for sale from HP - and you know what that means - Review time! Today we received no less than the ENVY 17 3D laptop in the mail in a freezing cold box (I am in Minnesota, after all,) and couldn't help but to release it from its boxy prison before it was even able to thaw all the way out (you'll notice when I flip the machine upside down that you can see my frozen fingerprints all over it.) Take a look below!