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After the notebook event of October 14th, one might be wondering what’s next for Apple.
Consumers thinking of buying an iMac should reconsider and wait as speculations of a new iMac lineup are surfacing around the web. This should happen before the end of the year and most probably before Christmas season.
The iMac is a great product and should not see many asthetic changes but will surely benefit from new and more performant Intel chips along with better graphics processors.
Asus is finally offering their new touchscreen EeePC to the world!
You might have thought that it would be another netbook but this time, Asus is surprising us once again with this new all-in-one, mini-iMac clone that also reminds me of a really small version of the HP TouchSmart PC. This computer comes with Windows XP Home edition.
Here are the main specs from Play.com:
- Intel ATOM (1.6GHz/533MHz FSB/512K Cache)
- 1GB RAM (DDR2 667)
- 160GB HD (SATAII 5400rpm)
- Shared Graphics (128MB)
- 15.6″ (16:10 Wide Panel) TouchScreen Display
Sony’s new all-in-one PC, the Vaio JS, now has a price (or two in fact).
In direct competition with the iMac 20″, the new Sony PC will retail for $1099.99 for the basic version and $1499.99 for the more powerful version.
The basic version (model JS130) features a 2.5GHz Intel Core 2 Duo CPU and the more advanced version (model JS190) features a 3.0GHz Intel Core 2 Duo CPU, a Blue-Ray Disc Reader, and integrated stereo A2DP Bluetooth® Technology.
The rest of the specs are the same:
- 20.1″ Screen
- 4GB Ram
- 500GB Hard Drive
- 1.3MP built-in camera
- Mobile Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X4500HD
- Windows Vista Home Premium
Model JS130 is available in black, silver and pink. Model JS190 is only available in black.
What do you get when you mix the iPhone / iPod Touch interface along with a Windows Vista computer ? You get the HP TouchSmart! It’s an all-in-one concept like the Apple iMac. It has a 22 inch screen but has less speedy processor speeds than available on the iMac.
This computer will use a custom ”skin” along with Windows Vista and enable users do many operations only with the use of their fingers… looks promising.