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Lenovo IdeaPad P1, Better Late Than Never!

The tablet market is growing with a tremendous pace and every day we see stores getting stuffed with new gadgets, some of which grab a lot of public hype while others die out without even making an impression.

The word on the street is Lenovo’s upcoming Windows 7 tablet, IDEAPAD P1. Although the Windows 7 tablet market has not been very successful lately, LENOVO is still taking the risk. Packed inside a 10.1″ casing is a very robust hardware comprising if a 1.5 Ghz Intel processor, a 1280*800 pixels capacitive multitouch display, a USB 2.0 port and for connectivity 802.11b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth.

What To Look For When Buying An HDTV

When you’re browsing online for the right HDTV, it can sometimes be hard to know exactly what you’re getting into. Unlike shopping through regular ‘bricks and mortar’ stores such as Best Buy or Target, shopping online requires a deep understanding of the specs since you cannot see the picture quality directly on the site, although you may be able to YouTube a review.

When you’re browsing through TVs, try to get one that has a 120Hz refresh rate, as these offer much better picture than 60Hz, and is often work the extra dollar spent. 240Hz screens are usually used for 3D picture, and split the 240Hz into two 120Hz (one for each eye). Unless you plan on doing some 3D watching, I suggest sticking with the 120Hz screens.

24″ LED Monitor, Powered 100% By USB

Asus has recently demonstrated a USB-powered monitor, the MS248B, which was meant to replace the current MS248H USB-powered monitor. For a recent monitor, it has a very interesting feature, it only carries a single USB port that is placed to transmit both power and data from the computer to the monitor.

Fortunately, the single USB port utilizes the latest USB 3.0 technology, which allows up to 80% more power to be transferred to the monitor (something I would assume is essential to power a 24″ screen).

Full Details On Motorola Droid 3

We’ve covered the Droid 3 after we caught some leaked photos on the Internet. The device will carry a 4″ qHD display, and as we have previously seen from the photos, a full QWERTY keyboard. Now, the slide-out keyboard doesn’t feature Island keys like the HTC G2, so you may encounter a number of typos here and there, especially if you are texting in a rush.

Yale Offers High Resolution Photos For Free

Goodbye Getty, and Hello Yale! The American Ivy League college, Yale, is making high-resolution images available for free, and not just to its students. The academic institution will be making the high res photos from its cultural collections and have already begun uploading 250,000 images with many more to come. People can enjoy gorgeous photos from hieroglyphic inscriptions, to Mozart, to a painting by William Blake.

HTC Puccini: Full Spec Leak

We mentioned the HTC Puccini last week, as a possible HTC tablet. Well it looks like that rumor had some substance as we have just got wind of a full debriefing of what this tablet has to offer. It will definitely be a ten inch tablet and carry a speedy Gonzalez 1.5GHz Qualcomm MSM8660 dual core processor, running the infamous Android 3.0 Honeycomb.

Introducing The HP3105m Mini Executive

Hewlett-Packard is about to launch an all-new 11.6-inch business notebook called the HP 3105m Mini Executive. To many, the laptop looks similar to a HP Pavilion dm1z. According to the specs, you’re getting a decent netbook. The HP 3105m will have a 1366 x 768 resolution running on the aforementioned 11.6 inch display.

The device will also carry a 1.6GHz AMD E-350 dual core processor, a commendable AMD Radeon HD 6310 graphics, and support for up to 8GB of random access memory (RAM).

Verizon Activates 260,000 HTC Thunderbolts In Two Weeks

Verizon is enjoying hot sales in the company’s many stores, both online and offline. Verizon has activated 260,000 HTC Thunderbolts over the course of two weeks, and 2.2 million iPhones over the course of seven weeks. The Verizon iPhone is flying off the shelves, at a much faster rate than AT&T’s iPhone. Not only do I expect this has to do with the long awaited desire to own an iPhone but also due to Verizon’s significantly better network, at least until AT&T officially integrates with T-Mobile.

Nintendo 3DS Makes Gamers Feel Sick, Literally

Thousands of Nintendo 3DS users have reported side-effects such as dizziness, nausea, and headaches after playing with their 3DS players. Some of the users are outraged after finding out that they were ineligible for a refund which retails for about $250. The 3DS was launched just ten days ago. The Nintendo 3DS works by using a device called a parallax barrier, which is the second LCD screen that sits over the main panel, consisting of a layer of precision slits. These precision slits allow each eye to see a different set of pixels, creating three dimensional depth. It is intended to work with the user sitting in a fixed point in front of the image, but not from an angle.