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Sony Puts a Price on Their Vaio JS

Sony Vaio JS

Sony Vaio JS

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.

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New Slim Eee PC Requires Thick Wallet

Asus

Asus

Asus announced that they would be offering a new Slim version (model S101) of the Eee PC line starting at $699. The top of the line model will run you into the $799+ price range.

Closed down, this netbook will be only 1.8cm (or 0.7in) thick, making it one of the thinnest portable computers available. It will also be one of the lightest at only 1Kg or (or 2.2lbs).

The new models will come with WindowsXP and solid state hard drive capacity will range between 16GB and 64GB.

HardwareZone via TechSpot

IE6 Coming to a Windows Mobile Phone Near You

Windows Mobile

Windows Mobile

Microsoft officially announced their upcoming Internet Explorer 6 browser for Windows Mobile.

This is a much anticipated release as the version on current Windows Mobile devices is outdated and based on a very old version of IE4. Lets hope Microsoft will offer this as an easy upgrade for all WinMo users!

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TiVo on your PC!

TiVo

TiVo

Coming Soon! Nero LiquidTV™ | TiVo® PC will allow you to have all the great features of a TiVo box (live recording, pausing, scheduling, etc. but minus the streaming over the Internet) on your Windows PC.

Some say it’s a little too late and that there are many options available already to consumers but nothing’s like the familiar TiVo interface. In fact, the interface and navigation will be the same as on TiVo boxes so it should be easy for people to learn how to work it out.

You can get a complete package including a Tuner card, software, remote control, and 1-year TiVo services subscription for $199.

Seattle Post-Intelligencer
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Better Live Hotmail Coming Soon

Windows Live

Windows Live

Microsoft is promising faster performance of their existing Live Hotmail service as they will be making some changes to the service that will boost the speed on both broadband and standard Internet connections.

Neowin.net