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Articles tagged with: portable computers

WristPC, A Unique Way To Carry Your Computer

Recently, people have been stressing portability when it comes to their modern computing needs. Everybody loves to carry their PC around and access their emails from any location.

The need and craving to use a PC out of offices and homes has grown exponentially in the past few years. Although smartphones have somewhat fulfilled the need but they are not yet equivalent to a computer.

Customize Your iPad With Awesome New Wallpapers

InTekOne has recently announced its new “Bling Your Screen HD” app. The high quality photo wallpaper app, projects a resolution of 1024 x 1024 pixels and includes awesome new wall papers that are comprised of abstract designs, colors, comedy themes, nature, cars, and various genres.

The app is intuitive, easy to use, and simply requires the user to swipe from image to image in order to figure out the perfect background for the new tablet.

11 New AMD-Powered Notebooks, From HP

If you’re on the market looking for a new PC, your job just got a lot harder. Computer maker, Hewlett-Packard has just announced a crazed wave of new notebooks that will get you excited for this summer. Each of the new notebooks will feature AMD’s Vision technology, a step up above of the previous Fusion Accelerated Processing Units (APU). The result? Smaller and more light weight full-sized notebooks.

The HP DV series, which has been around for a while, are all getting CoolSense, True Vision HD webcam, and HP’s Beats Audio (on the DV6 and DV7 only). The DV series (DV4, DV6, and DV7) will also be enjoying 2x the graphics power compared to previous generations allowing a new gaming standard, even for those who opt out for a discrete graphics card.

Corsair Delivers Fast Force Series 3 SSDs

Solid-state technology is great because the drives use solid-state memory to store persistent data on the disk, allowing for much quicker access to user files. Also, rather than using a rotating disk found in traditional hard disk drives, solid-state drives do not have any such spinning disk, allowing the occasional bump on the road to not affect the drive’s data.

As you may guess, solid-state drives are a bit more useful for portable gadgets like laptops and netbooks because those are devices that actually move around and are more susceptible to drops and bumps than the desktop computer that sits by your desk all day.