javascript hit counter
Close

This site uses cookies. You can read how we use them in our privacy policy.

netbook-navigator.jpgWell you cant blame them for trying; today, if you're not a) an Apple MacBook Air or b) an Ultrabook, you might as well squeeze back into the mobile computing hole you crawled out of. Despite appearances, the Netbook Navigator NAV13X Windows 7 Ultrabook is actually neither.

Being so close to Apple's superslim laptop design as to certainly be attracting the attentions of their lawyers, the PC can't really claim Ultrabook status either as it's not sanctioned by Intel, and is a little under-powered.

That's not to say it's that bad a machine, by netbook standards. With a 13.3 inch screen running at 1366x768 resolution, the Netbook Navigator also features a 1.86GHz dual-core Atom CPU with 2GB of RAM and a 32GB SSD, with build to-order options offering larger memory and storage.

It's a handsome design with an attractive price tag too; $600 with the Windows 7 OS, $500 without.

For more information click here. Those interested in grabbing one should move fast; cease and desist orders must be whistling their way through the post as we speak.

Dell Streak O2.jpgIf you were hoping that the promising Dell Streak iPad-rivalling tablet would have low price befitting of its small 5-inch form, we're sad to announce that that wont be the case. The Streak has been priced up over at the Carphone Warehouse, and it's not good news.

Set for a June 4th release, the Dell Streak will cost £429 unlocked, exactly the same as a 16GB Wi-Fi iPad. The handset does come free however on two contracts; £25 a month with mobile broadband or £35 a month with unlimited data and calls.

The 5 inch Android tablet looked a great alternative to an iPad, with its pocket friendly size, ability to make calls, Android 2.2 Froyo update in the pipeline and full flash support. However, the steep asking price will come as a disappointment to those hoping it would be more of a budget option to the iPad.

The Dell Streak also features a 5MP camera with LED Flash, a1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and a VGA front-facing camera.

Reblog this post [with Zemanta]

asimo-cuppa.jpg

It's been another busy week in the world of technology, with new phones, HDTV developments, and all manner of Web 2.0 malarkey. The stories below (and over the jump) are my pick of the most important stuff we've covered this week.

1. Tech Digest's Robot World Cup: Round 1
2. Toshiba cuts HD DVD sales targets
3. WWDC07: Live blogging Steve Jobs' keynote speech
4. Archos unveils three Generation 5 PMPs which play YouTube videos
5. Shiny Video Interview: Jason Calacanis of Mahalo

zune-pic-lg.jpg

Welcome to the latest weekly feature on Tech Digest, which is a handy weekend guide to the 30 best stories on the site from the past week. Because Saturday nights are made for surfing. On with the fun:

1. Microsoft Zune may still come to Europe this year
2. Video interview: HTC on their new Touch iPhone-rival
3. Does the iPhone have GPS built in?
4. Asus 3ePC: A laptop for around £100
5. Babelgum IPTV service now open for business - first impressions

©2014 Shiny Digital Privacy Policy
Related Posts with Thumbnails