News Bits: New VAIO T Available, New Fujitsu Tablet, Actius MP30, Acer Popularity

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New Sony VAIO T Ultra Portable Notebook Hits Store Shelves

Sony knows how to do small.  Sony has released its newest ultraportable notebook and it’s now available for purchase.  Gadget fiends and ultra portable notebook lovers rejoice!

from the website:

The Sony VGN-T150/L helps you stay productive while on the go with lightweight, portable features. A widescreen display with XBRITE LCD technology, long battery life and a unique, compact design delivers a movie viewing experience like no other notebook can. This complete multimedia package lets you listen to and manage your favorite music and organize and share your digital pictures. The integrated DVD-RW drive allows you to watch, edit and burn professional quality DVDs using Click to DVD software. Distinctive, stylish design and premium functions combine to create the ultimate mobile companion.

View pricing and availability for the VAIO T

New Fujitsu T4000 Tablet PC / Notebook Convertible

Fujitsu has always been on the cutting edge when it comes to Tablet PC computing.  They had one of the very first implementations of a Tablet PC when Microsoft started pushing this device.  Fujitsu is now pushing the envelope again with this product line, they will be releasing a T4000 Tablet PC / Notebook convertible on October 21 with a price point of $2,019.  The big news with this device is that it supports modular drives.  Meaning you can swap in a DVD writer, CD Burner or second battery to the modular bay depending on your needs.  And with a weight of 4.7 pounds the T4000 isn’t too heavy for carrying around.  eChannelLine has an interesting short interview with the director of mobile product marketing regarding the new Fujitsu T4000 release, that article can be found here:

Below is a picture we took from the FCC site a couple of months back showing the Fujitsu T4010 model Tablet PC / Notebook Convertible.


New Sharp Actius MP30 Notebook Released


New Sharp Actius MP30 Ultra Portable with Transmeta Efficeon Processor

Strutting its stuff with a clean, white stylish design, the Actius MP30 steps lightly on the scale at only 2.8 lbs and flaunts a thin profile that is just over an inch-thick. The sleek yet powerful Sharp Actius MP30 notebook computer is designed for highly mobile users who don’t want to sacrifice a multimedia drive in an ultraportable computer, but demand performance and reliability. The Actius MP30 delivers on these demands by providing a thin-and-light computer with a high performance CPU and 32MB graphic accelerator (ATI Mobility(TM) RADEON(TM) 7500), and includes a built in CD-RW/DVD combo drive. The unit is powered with standard memory of 512MB DDR RAM, and can be expanded to 1GB of memory.

The Actius MP30 also features a plug-in remote control for multimedia and AV control as well as other applications that can be set-up by the user. The finger-sized, plug in remote control, attached to a pair of ear-bud headphones, allows users to easily operate multimedia functions and can also be used for advancing through presentations and scrolling through word processing and other popular applications. Additionally, the Actius MP30 acts as an instant multimedia player thanks to the built-in Instant Play(TM) feature, which allows users to quickly start and play DVD videos and/or music CDs at the touch of a button, without having to fully boot up the machine.

More on the new MP30 from Sharp Press Release:

Acer TravelMate 4500 Review and Gaining Popularity of Acer in North America

Acer has been a powerhouse in Europe with its sales, it is actually the #1 notebook maker in that part of the world.  But in North America Acer has been hidden in the shadow of Dell, HP, IBM and Toshiba.  No longer, Acer is becoming more and more popular in our forums on this site, the Acer Forums are one of our most active.  Popular offerings such as the Acer TravelMate 4500 series are helping to boost sales for Acer in North America and gaining the company attention and sales.  User cool_guy has posted a good review of the Acer 4500 in the forums which is definitely worth reading.  So for all of you out there considering buying a notebook don’t forget to check out offerings from Acer and not just the Dell’s and HP’s of the world.

Mobility Electronics’ iGo EverywherePower 7500 Series Shipping to RadioShack

Mobility Electronics makes the popular iGo Juice power kit that gives you multiple ways to connect your notebook to power sources ( has just released a new notebook power adapter kit that wil be sold in Radio Shack stores.  This new product is called the iGo EverywherePower 7500 Series and is claimed to be compatible with more notebooks than any other product on the market.  If you need to charge or use your notebook on the road and around the world this product might be for you, see more from their press release:



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