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Most Awaited Gadgets for Christmas 2011… and 2012
1 Oct 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Believe it or not, the end of the year is approaching faster than you realize. In a few weeks, Christmas lights, trees with ornaments, and Santa Claus will be present in a lot of places around big and small cities.

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Gaming laptop – Mountain Performance 15
27 Sep 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Today, we want to show you a new laptop which is a little unusual for its external case made of plastic material: The Mountain Performance 15 (produced by the Spanish company Mountain).

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Zipy Fun Executive and University: Affordable Multimedia Tablets
25 Sep 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Although the tech market has now a wide range of tablets with the Android operating system, Zipy is trying to extend the catalog of available products with its new MID tablets: A category that is a middle point between the most powerful tablets and multimedia players.

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Microsoft also likes modular phones
23 Sep 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Usually, tech geeks love to disassemble and assemble things (well, sometimes they take apart gadgets that they can’t assemble again due to complexity). For some of them there is a need of knowing how things work and that need is really strong even with the most expensive gadgets; if you know enough of electronics, then seeing the deepest interior parts of  an electronic device is a satisfactory thing because you can figure out how this device can work as it is supposed to work. Many curious children feel this natural need too, and their toys don’t last more than a few days.

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LaCie Little Big Disk Thunderbolt is already ready
21 Sep 2011 - By Omar Mariño

- Amazing speed of up to 10Gb/s
– Perfect for creative professionals who often need to travel
– Developed in collaboration with Intel and Apple
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Optoma adds 3D and brightness to its short throw projectors
19 Sep 2011 - By Omar Mariño

When you want to buy a projector, Optoma is a serious option that you need to take in consideration since this company is totally dedicated to the segment, which is a big difference with competitors such as Samsung or Sony that also sell projectors.

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Xbox TV will be home for Christmas
18 Sep 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Xbox TV, a service that apparently is intended to be a strong competitor of Google TV and Apple TV, will be launched at the end of this year for users of the grey box.  It will include a streaming feature with the regular programs of your TV and, besides, picked out (on-demand) videos for your entertainment (hmmm… it looks like Netflix has another competitor, too). The service will use Bing and Kinect voice commands to facilitate searching for content.

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XPC SH61R4: Shuttle miniPC ready for Intel’s latest processors
18 Sep 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Shuttle Europe has just announced the launch of its new XPC SH61R barebone; this mini PC has dimensions of 325 x 215 x 19 mm and comes with support for the Intel Sandy Bridge processors / CPUs (Central Processing Units).

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Intel to launch energy saving processors for laptops
15 Sep 2011 - By Omar Mariño

At the IDF 2011, Intel has announced a very interesting thing: Quad-core processors with a TDP (Thermal Design Power) of 35W. They will come out with Ivy Bridge and will be part of the Core i7 family.

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