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Articles tagged with: professional

Most Powerful AIO, 32GB DDR3 RAM & 6TB Of Storage

Usually when you think of AIO (All-In-One’s) you think of a sleek and slender computer with the bare essentials to get you on your way. You’d probably expect a 128GB SSD, an Intel processor, and 4GB of RAM.

Having said that, I’d like you to meet the most powerful All-In-One of existence, brought to you by NextComputing. This is definitely not the computer you’re going to get to show off to your neighbors, that is, it’s aesthetically pleasing to look at, but once you read the spec sheet, all that goes out the window.

Adobe Enhances Learning Software

Adobe has just released an update to its current eLearning Suite platform. If you haven’t yet heard of eLearning suite, it’s basically a collection of tools that are used to make educational content for academic and professional purposes. The updated version 2.5 of the eLearning platform includes: a focus on creating more streamlined workflows, more output options, and is more user friendly.

Adobe is also allowing customers license the eLearning Suite through a monthly or yearly subscription (as it is doing for its photo editing software).

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).

The New Toshiba Dynabook With Glasses-Free 3D Technology

If you’ve been craving something new in a laptop, look no more. The latest Dynabook has just been revealed, and it looks more promising than ever. The T851/D8CR is a full featurered notebook with a 15.6-inch Full HD laptop and offeres Super View 3D Glasses-Free technology with a face tracking system.

What does this all mean? The laptop can produce both 2D and 3D images simultaneously, without the need for goofy looking glasses. Yes, I am a little surprised too after all the complaints with the Nintendo 3DS but being that this device does not generate 3D view at all times, I think users will not have too hard of a time to adapt.

Lenovo’s X220 Lasts Up To 23 Hours On A Single Charge

Have you ever wanted a laptop that last a few days on a single charge? If the answer is yes, we may just have something for you. Lenovo’s X220 is a 12.1″ laptop that runs on a 1366×768 resolution and weighs under three pounds. The laptop is full featured and contains an a/b/g/n WiFi with Bluetooth connectivity. The device runs on Windows 7 Professional, 64-bit and carries 4GB of memory. The chip is an Intel Core i5 running at 2.5GHz and storage is sufficient with a 320GB hard drive @ 7,200 RPM.

When adding a 6-cell battery slice for an additional $179, users will be able to enjoy an additional ten hours of battery life at the expense of a heavier laptop. This is not the most powerful laptop out there, but it is truly a solid option to business professionals looking to take their computing needs to the next level.

Hitachi Unveils World’s Smallest Short-Focus Projector

Hitachi has announced today that the company will be adding two new members to the current short-focus projector lineup. The two new models, the CP-A300NJ and the CP-AW250NJ, represent Hitachi’s solution to build the world’s smallest and lightest short-focus projectors. Both devices weigh just over eight pounds and measure out to be W345×H85×D303mm.

The company claims that the CP-A300NJ can produce 80-inch pictures from 23cm away, and the CP-AW250NJ can produce the same massive image just 26cm away. The CP-A300NJ produces a 1024 x 768 resolution image with a brightness rating of 3,000 lumens.

Official Android LinkedIn App Has Launched!

If you’ve used the LinkedIn beta app for Android prior to today you’ll remember having to enable “Unknown Services” in the user interface as well as joining the group on LinkedIn for Android Users and awaiting special instructions to install the beta application on your phone. Finally, the official LinkedIn Android application can be downloaded in the Market for all Android phones running OS 2.1 Eclair or later. The new version is basically the same the beta application that was released in December. Members can browse for LinkedIn updates of their contacts and comment, reply, or “like” an update. They can also browse their connections, respond to LinkedIn invites, and search through contacts to find a specific individual.