Ok, it's cool. But I'm asking myself. What can I do with that? What's the practical use? Another application to be used in Casinos, Bars and Hotels to entertain customers?
Monday, March 22, 2010
Talking about the Viliv S10 Blade, our friend Chippy from UMPCPortal has published a very complete review about this device.
The S10 is another high quality product from Viliv and a convertible netbook with features and options that very few other devices can match. Battery life is fantastic for a 1.2KG device and the style makes the S10 even more unique. We question the usefulness of multitouch for the average user and feel that 1.2KG is too heavy for long-duration tablet use but at the end of the day, there’s no significant disadvantage to having multitouch or a tablet-capable design.
One interesting point: when it's used in tablet mode the device does not have any hotkeys or rotation button. That will degrade the Tablet PC experience.
This is one of the first UMPC coming with an Atom processor at 2 GHz. And this is good, as good as this limited time offer.
Starting March 25th, when you buy an S10 with the 64GB SSD, you will receive a free spare battery ($110 value) and an introductory $70 instant rebate. $180 Total Savings!
Event Date: March 25th at 1 PM EST through April 5th
Shipping Date: April 22nd and fulfilled based on order date
So, if you are looking for a Tablet PC at a very good price do not miss this opportunity to own a very good device at a very good price.
Friday, March 19, 2010
UMPC served for two very evident purposes: one was to show the existence of an unexploded whole in the market, the second was two bring to acceptable prices the family of the TabletPC. Here is a video review of one of the best small Convertible Tablet PC in the market.
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
I just received this press release that's touching a point of interest for many of us: the boot time.
DIskeeper TO PROVIDE HyperBoot
Boot-Time Optimization Technology
Company Partners With ASUS to Reduce Boot Times
Burbank, CA—March 18, 2010—Diskeeper Corporation closed a second worldwide distribution agreement with ASUS, global OEM, pioneer and leader in the netbook category. Diskeeper will provide its newest HyperBoot™ boot-time optimization technology on ASUS’s forthcoming Windows® 7 notebook models.
“Diskeeper is rapidly becoming a technology player in the OEM market,” notes Mr. Gary Quan, Chief Technology Officer. “The deal with ASUS marks yet another OEM who will provide HyperBoot technology to give their users the fastest boot-up speeds available.”
HyperBoot puts an end to slow boot up times—permanently. In fact, on most machines this technology automatically provides decreased boot times from 20 to 48 percent depending on processor, memory and configuration. Installed at the manufacturing stage, it begins “learning” a computer’s boot pattern from the first time the computer is started up and optimizes it thereafter for peak performance. Click on the below YouTube clip to see a live lab test of HyperBoot in action: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Ft8dbyMVWw.
HyperBoot is currently available to ODM/OEMs globally. For further information, please contact Mr. Modesto Rodriguez, VP Business Development, at 818.771.1600 ext. 1734 or visit http://www.diskeeper.com/hyperboot/.
About Diskeeper Corporation—Innovators in Performance and Reliability Technologies®: CIOs, IT Managers and System Administrators of Global Fortune 1000 and Forbes 500 enterprises rely on Diskeeper software to provide unparalleled performance and reliability to their business laptops, desktops and servers. Diskeeper 2010 is the only product to prevent fragmentation before it happens. Diskeeper Corporation further provides real-time data protection and real-time data recovery™ with Undelete® data recovery software (www.undelete.com). InvisiTasking® technology enables any process to run completely invisibly in the background, fully tapping the power of otherwise unused idle resources (www.invisitasking.com).
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Sunday, March 14, 2010
Tuesday, March 02, 2010
Creating a USB Bootable Memory Stick was not an easy task until now. With W7 USB/DVD Download Tool you can copy your W7 ISO into a USB Memory and makes it Bootable.
When you purchase Windows 7 from Microsoft Store, you have the option to download an ISO file or compressed files. The Windows 7 USB/DVD Download tool allows you to create a copy of your Windows 7 ISO file on a USB flash drive or a DVD. To create a bootable DVD or USB flash drive, download the ISO file and then run the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download tool. Once this is done, you can install Windows 7 directly from the USB flash drive or DVD.