AirMagnet Ships Mobile WLAN Analyzer

Posted by Jack Cook on Jul 16, 2007 | Comments Off

 … for 802.11n Networks AirMagnet Inc. announced the on-time delivery of AirMagnet Laptop Analyzer 7.5, the industry?s first mobile WLAN analyzer to natively decode and analyze 802.11n Wi-Fi networks. AirMagnet Laptop Analyzer provides instant visibility into all wireless channels, devices, conversations, speeds, interference issues and the RF spectrum, setting the standard for pre- and post-deployment management... 

The 8GB DataTraveler II Plus – Migo Edition

Posted by Jack Cook on Jul 16, 2007 | Leave a Comment

Allows for Large Data Storage and Transfer Increased Capacity Makes Drive Ideal for Road Warriors and Power Users Kingston Technology Company announced its release of the 8GB DataTraveler II Plus - Migo Edition USB Flash drive (Kingston part # DTII+M/8GB). The robust capacity, along with data synchronization software from Migo makes this the perfect solution for business professionals and consumers who need to share,... 

Kingston Technology Introduces DataTraveler 100 with “Thumb-Action” Retractable USB Connector

Posted by Jack Cook on Jul 16, 2007 | Comments Off

Style, Form-factor and Storage Capacity Make for Ideal Drive Kingston Technology Company announced the availability of the Kingston DataTraveler 100 (DT 100) USB Flash drive. With a capless design, the USB connector is safely housed inside the DataTraveler’s casing. A new, ?thumb-action? slide positioned on the side of the drive makes retracting and protracting the USB connector, a simple, single-hand operation. Offering... 

Extreme mobile is Extremely Expensive

Posted by Jack Cook on Jul 16, 2007 | Comments Off

CNET News.com reported today that Intel had announced the Core 2 Extreme X7800. This is a 2.6GHz dual-core processor with 4MB of L2 cache and an 800MHz front-side bus … impressive!  The chip’s overspeed protection has been removed so you can really push the limits if you choose to overclock this baby but you are responsible for the consequences.  I’m not sure I would do that... 

Gesture Based Navigation – Logitech MX Air Mouse

Posted by Jack Cook on Jul 12, 2007 | Comments Off

notebooks.com had this neat piece up on an innovative wireless mouse that works on a desk or in the air. Logitech’s MX Air Rechargeable Cordless Air Mouse let?s users control multimedia playback or any other mouse function with in-air hand gestures … pretty cool!  This is similar to how gamers control the Nintendo Wii. To change the volume, you press and hold the volume button and simply gesture... 

Top 10 of whatevers – What should we have?

Posted by PsionAndy on Jul 11, 2007 | Comments Off

When you think of what Mobile computing is, and then what it could be, there’s a bit of a short fall at the moment. I’m not asking for brain implants, or any cyberpunk nanotech… But there’s so much that we could have, if only they’d do it for us…   10) A Web 2.0 compliant browser.. with dynamic zooming.. and web apps. 9) Scratch proof screens… You’d have thought... 

Toshiba has some new laptops

Posted by Jack Cook on Jul 03, 2007 | Comments Off

Crave reported today that Toshiba has a whole stack of new and revamped systems, emphasizing the company’s commitment to the HD DVD format.  They talked about the Toshiba Qosimo F45, saying that they like these for their Harman Kardon stereo speakers with built-in subwoofer–this is one of the only 15-inch laptops we’ve seen with a subwoofer–and the handy AV control pads, which look like... 

Spire Torq Backpack

Posted by gasusan2005 on Jul 02, 2007 | Leave a Comment

Spire USA’s newest laptop backpack combines all the best features of the Volt XL and Meta, and adds the new features people have been asking for. The Torq is split into 3 compartments for accessories, laptop and books/clothing. Having a dedicated laptop compartment offers more protection and convenience — when you want to get your laptop out, there’s no need to struggle with other gear. Just unzip... 

Want to save space? PowerShrink 2007 will do it!

Posted by Jack Cook on Jul 02, 2007 | Comments Off

TopByteLabs Unveils a New Version of Their Award-Winning PowerPoint Shrinking Software PowerShrink 2007 compresses Microsoft Office documents up to 98%, while keeping full functionality and file format of the documents. PowerShrink 2007 allows e-mail transfers of large Microsoft Office documents after considerably ’shrinking,’ them. TopByteLabs, one of the leading providers of content-compression software... 

Carry and Store Your Mouse with the Belkin Mouse Trap

Posted by gasusan2005 on Jun 27, 2007 | Comments Off

Belkin’s Mouse Trap zips up to carry a mouse and other small items around the house, for use with your laptop. Open it up and use it as a portable mouse pad. Mouse Trap is perfect for moving from your bed to the couch to the dining-room table. AVAILABILITY Available now with launches in Asia, Europe, and Australia to follow. Mouse Trap (F5L008) – $12.99 Hand-washable Soft and flexible Won’t... 

Samsung Mass Producing Industry’s First 1.8-inch, 64GB Solid State Drive

Posted by Jack Cook on Jun 25, 2007 | Comments Off

… Targeted for Notebook PCs Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. announced that it has begun mass producing 1.8-inch solid state drives (SSD) at 64GB (gigabytes) — the highest density SSD available today for mobile computing applications. “We see sharply increasing interest in SSDs among OEMs worldwide amid a growing push to launch premium SSD-based notebooks, particularly in the ultra-mobile category,”... 

Touch it!

Posted by Jack Cook on Jun 22, 2007 | Comments Off

I was enthralled with the Microsoft Surface videos that I posted a little while ago.  It is such a SLICK technology and at the time, I thought it would be cool to have on a laptop or tablet PC.  However the electronics that would be needed would make those faithful companions too huge and it will be forever before the technology arrives … or would it?  Long Zheng from istartedsomething.com has... 

SanDisk Launches 64 Gigabyte Solid State Drives …

Posted by Jack Cook on Jun 04, 2007 | Leave a Comment

… for Notebook PCs, Meeting Needs for Higher Capacity New Products on Display at Computex 2007, Taiwan’s International Information Technology Show Reaching for the “sweet spot” of memory storage for laptop computers, SanDisk Corporation expanded its line of solid state drive (SSD) products with the introduction of a 64-gigabyte (GB)(1) SSD aimed at both enterprise users and early adopter... 

Palm Unveils Its First Mobile Companion Product – The Palm Foleo

Posted by Jack Cook on May 30, 2007 | Leave a Comment

Palm has unveiled its first smartphone companion device, the Palm Foleo. The Foleo features a large screen and full-size keyboard to view and edit e-mail and office documents. Edits made on Foleo are automatically updated on the device’s corresponding smartphone, and vice versa. Foleo and its paired smartphone stay synchronized throughout the day via the use of a button. AKPC_IDS += "3586,"; Read More →

Livescribe Launches New Mobile Computing Platform

Posted by Jack Cook on May 30, 2007 | Leave a Comment

This is VERY COOL and well worth clicking the link to watch the short Sneak Peek video on how it works.  Years ago I had an IBM Transnote which captured my notes during meetings but lacked the abilities that the Livescribe platform has.    Livescribe Founder and Chief Executive Officer Jim Marggraff today unveiled a new chapter in mobile computing – a new paper-based computing platform. The Livescribe... 

Sony has a NEW notebook – The Vaio TZ Series

Posted by Jack Cook on May 29, 2007 | Leave a Comment

Reg Hardware posted today that Sony released details of the TZ series from Sony.  A high-end laptop this series looks (on the surface) to be a must look at device.  Not much is know on pricing or availability but it will be sure to come soon. Cast in carbon fibre and sporting an Intel Core 2 Duo U7600 or U7500 processor, the TZ range features a 11.1in WXGA 1366 x 768 screen with a 16:9 aspect ratio. It also... 

The Qosmio F40W by Toshiba

Posted by Jack Cook on May 29, 2007 | Leave a Comment

Akihabaranews let us all know that Toshiba has released their newest laptop, the Qosmio F40W. This bad boy has 2 GHz Core 2 Duo T7300 and up to 4GB of RAM with a 15.4-inch screen … and it has a Nvidia GeForce 8400 GS card with 128Mb of memory.  But that is not all, it comes pre-installed with a digital TV tuner and a Dual-Layer DVD burner … WHEW! Priced at $2134, the Qosmio F40W is a multimedia... 

The Intel Mobile Metro

Posted by Jack Cook on May 26, 2007 | Leave a Comment

This was a real nice exclusive video from AeroXperience on the Intel Mobile Metro.  It is a long download but I thought it was worth it. The Intel Mobile Metro, demoed off in the IDF in mid April, has been the talk of a few gadget sites lately. This sexy-in-its-own-way ultra-thin laptop was shown off in two different places at the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (one in the Expo hall, the other during... 

The World’s Thinnest Notebook

Posted by Jack Cook on May 25, 2007 | Leave a Comment

This is thin … VERY THIN!  Intel has designed a “better laptop” that is great looking, has terrific connectivity, and is full of the latest and greatest technologies.  Using flash memory, Ziba and Intel have created a laptop that is 0.7 inches thick … IMAGINE! This is very cool and just might become a part of my “toy” collection if it truly becomes a reality which... 

The LapWorks Aluminum Desktop Stand gets a GOLD Star

Posted by Jack Cook on May 12, 2007 | Leave a Comment

Judie has another review of a terrific product that is designed to make your mobile life just a little easier.  She called the LapWorks stand an ingenious design, loved its portable size, was pleased with its better ergonomic design, and  appreciated its ability for better heat diffusion.  With all those features she asks: “What more do you need?” This is a stand that I can easily recommend... 

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