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Play Traditional Vinyl Records, Vertically

Everyone is working on creating new things such as creating new applications and converting things from analog to digital but very few companies are trying to make advancements in ‘old things’. Have you ever thought of playing vinyl records vertically?

Well, now it is possible. Ionaudio has introduced a new Vertical Vinyl system for playing records. So now you can play records vertically by place it on the wall, and I have to admit, it’s a pretty neat feature for all the audiophiles out there.

Asus Rolls Out Affordable Eee All-In-One PC

Asus has just rolled out its all new All-In-One (AIO) PCs. Named the Eee Top ET1611PUT, the 15.6″ AIO is based on Intel Atom architecture. Users can also opt for a larger 20″ model, called the Eee Top ET2011AUKB.

Interestingly enough, the computers are available with or without an operating system-making it convenient to load Linux, OS X, or any other operating system of your choice. The 15.6″ model puts out an unimpressive 1366 x 768 pixel resolution on a single-touch anti-glare screen.

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).

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.

Introducing The Ultra-Slim MSI X370

MSI has launched a new notebook that was designed to serve your basic computing needs. The notebook, called MSI X370 is priced at $600 and features a commendable 1.6 GHz AMD E350 Dual-Core processor and houses Windows 7 Home Premium. The machine comes equipped with 4GB of memory and a 500GB hard drive running at 7200 RPM (rotations per minute). The 13.4-inch screen holds a native resolution of 1366 x 768 and you get your standard optical drive, WiFi and 802.11n wireless card.

Now for the graphics, the X370 comes packed with an ATI Radeon HD 6310 graphics card featuring 384MB of video RAM. For $600 you can enjoy Bluetooth, Mobile Broadband, and a 2 in 1 card reader. The full sized notebook weighs only…