Shrouded in mystery, all we know about this notebook dubbed Qosmio by Toshiba is that it will have instant on TV with no laptop boot up required, and the most amazing laptop screen ever, as self proclaimed by Toshiba. This notebook should be announced next week. Just for fun, try clicking the following link to see where it goes: http://www.qosmio-info.com/
Fujitsu Computer Systems has unveiled the latest version of its popular LifeBook® P Series, the new LifeBook P7000 ultraportable notebook. The LifeBook P7000 replaces the Fujitsu P5020 notebook. The LifeBook P7000 is ideal for mobile professionals and students due to its small size and easy portability. The P7000 weighs 3.27 pounds and can be equipped with advanced features such as a fingerprint sensor, a Super-Multi DVD drive, and Super AG™ wireless LAN technology. With a price starting at $1,592, finger print security and optional DVD burner arriving in August, there's a lot to like about this ultraportable
Microsoft last week announced that its new consumer targeted device, the Windows CE OS based Portable Media Center (PMC), will become available in August and can be preordered exclusively through Amazon.com. The question I have, who’s going buy these things? If you have a Pocket PC or an ultra portable notebook you can already accomplish a lot of the things this device offers, plus a whole lot more with a device of similar size. So why would you ever bother buying something for $500 that has less functionality and can’t record TV or download content as a standalone device?
WiMAX (world interoperability for microwave access) is a technology with an acronym even cooler than Wi-Fi (wireless fidelity) and a few years from now it might not only be cooler sounding, but also more common and popular than Wi-Fi as a means of connecting to the internet. WiMAX can be used to provide a wireless metropolitan area network (WMAN), and is expected to grow faster than Wi-Fi did for wireless local area networks (WLAN) in recent years. Lonnie McAlister, product manager for the Wireless Networking Group at Intel Asia Pacific, forecasts that the WiMax technology will begin being included in notebook products starting in 2006.
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