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Dell’s new Inspiron R laptops are coming… to B&H, that is. There’s certainly no shortage of common-looking computers in this world, so Dell is trying to change the situation. Dell’s new Inspiron R laptops have a switchable lid design in which the standard black lid can be removed and the owner can snap on a snazzier lid that smacks of individuality.

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3 years ago
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Times are good for gamers these days. Online gaming is now more popular than ever, and is showing no signs of slowing. The games themselves become more realistic every year. Computer technology, too, is advancing at an incredible rate.

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3 years ago
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When an under-the-desk tower is too imposing and a notebook too cramped, consider an all-in-one desktop computer such as the Dell Inspiron One 2305. Available in three configurations, the 2305 series offers a stylish tabletop system for anyone looking to save space without sacrificing an ample keyboard and full-size screen.

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3 years ago
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Perfection: That’s the difference between amateur and professional productions. It’s true that amateurs can put together some amazing productions, even when they don’t have all that much equipment at their disposal.

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While the name “DNP” may not ring familiar to you when thinking photo printers, the name “Sony” most certainly does. When Sony decided to spin off its popular dye-sublimation printer business, DNP Photo Imaging America took the ball, changed its name, and ran with it.

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3 years ago
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With so many choices, it can be difficult selecting a mobile computer that's right for you. You've got all sorts of tablets, netbooks and notebooks to choose from. If you're looking for something that's easy to travel with but doesn't compromise on build quality or performance, then consider Sony's new VAIO Z Series notebook computers.

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3 years ago
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The buildup leading to the Fujifilm FinePix X100’s debut was the antithesis of the whispered prequels  leading up to new product announcements from Apple. 

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3 years ago
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No flash in the pan, tablets have gone mainstream. Mobile touch screen computers are proving that you don’t necessarily need a physical keyboard to enjoy entertainment, gather information and communicate by text or live video.

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3 years ago
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Just because your connected TV set or media receiver can stream content from particular sites doesn’t mean you can explore the full range of the Internet. But with the Logitech Revue with Google TV Media Player, you can “Google” anything from the sofa as easily as from a computer.

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3 years ago
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Netbooks are great when you need a mobile computer that’s as lightweight as possible. But they leave much to be desired when it comes to computing horsepower. Netbooks simply don’t have enough oomph to run processor-intensive applications such as video encoding, CAD/CAM, gaming or music-production software.

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3 years ago
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Gaming, on the PC platform, used to be reserved for desktop systems. Notebook computers simply weren’t powerful enough. But today, notebook computers are more powerful than they need to be even for high-end gaming. A good example is the ASUS G74SX, available in two trim levels, the G74SX-A1 and G74SX-A2.

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3 years ago
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Panasonic has introduced a slew of new pocket-size camcorders. The format seems to have taken hold and is getting to be more popular, not less. One has to wonder why the Flip was discontinued, but at least vendors such as Panasonic can continue to fill this niche market with these small, fun camcorders.

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3 years ago
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Today Apple released a new bag of goodies. They’ve got a fire-breathing new 27-inch display that boasts a rocking FireWire 800 port and new Thunderbolt capabilities. There are new razor-thin MacBook Air laptops with faster i5 and i7 processors, backlit keyboards and the sizzling Thunderbolt port.

 
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3 years ago
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With the arrival Epson’s Stylus Photo R3000, Epson has narrowed the gap between their prosumer photo-quality desktop inkjet printers and their larger-format, Professional Imaging inkjet printers. In terms of physical size and technology, the Stylus Photo R3000 (aka the SP R3000) is both larger and technologically more advanced than the Epson Stylus Photo R2880, which it supplants as the top gun of Epson’s prosumer desktop line-up.*

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3 years ago
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HP’s glossy TouchPad tablet has a lot to recommend it. Notably, the innovative webOS operating system manages multiple tasks simultaneously. It treats all your open applications as cards that you drag across the screen.

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