Back to school used to mean getting new writing pads, stationery, and perhaps the latest in tote-bag design to put all those study books and timetables in. But times have changed, and perhaps the most popular back-to-school ‘must-have’ today is the handheld computer. The Zire™ 72 handheld from palmOne keeps your whole life within reach.
From 2 June to 5 June 2005, palmOne will be offering a series of exclusive device and accessory offers at the PC Show 2005. The highly anticipated new LifeDrive mobile manager will also be available at S$ 868. Designed for people with a significant volume of digital information, the LifeDrive mobile manager offers 4GB of
Acer unveiled its Ferrari 4000 carbon-fiber black Ferrari-series notebook with the notebook expected to be available worldwide in June. Acer will also introduce its Ferrari design into its line of n50 PDAs in the third quarter of 2005. The new 15.4" Ferrari 4000 is based on the AMD Turion 64 processor and features ATI Mobility
Venturing beyond its well-know focus on the handheld and smartphone markets, palmOne introduced the LifeDrive mobile manager with 4GB of hard-drive storage, 320×480 high-res color screen, and wireless access through built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It is an innovative product that fuses business productivity tools and entertainment applications.
Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific today launched three newly refreshed LifeBook S series notebook computers. All three are ultra portable, high performance machines, incorporating multimedia features, SuperFine or AntiGlare LCD screens, large hard disk drives, high performance DDR2 533MHz memory, improved graphics performance and fingerprint recognition technology. In addition, corporate and consumer users can expect longer
PalmOne plans to announce later this month its first hard-drive-based product line, LifeDrive Mobile Manager on May 18. The $ 499 device will come with a 4GB Hitachi Microdrive and two flavors of wireless networking–Bluetooth and 802.11b Wi-Fi. Combined with organizer features, the music-playing handheld could compete with Apple Computer’s $ 199 4GB iPod Mini.
ASUS today introduced the flagship W2V Notebook Series. The W2V offers the latest DVB-T (Digital Video Broadcasting-Terrestrial) digital TV feature, 17-inch Color Shine/ Crystal Shine LCD widescreen, 5.1 channel stereo sound audio and built-in subwoofer. Combined with desktop level processing power, the ASUS W2V intelligently packs all the home theater electronic devices into one slim
Singapore, April 22, 2005 – Mobile 365, the global leader of mobile messaging and data services, today announced its partnership with the Singapore International Film Festival (SIFF) to provide SMS voting for the inaugural award, The Audience Choice – HIP Award. Launched officially on April 4, 2005, The Audience Choice – HIP award is created
From 20 April to 31 May 2005, palmOne, Inc.will be offering a free Treo™ Bluetooth® headset worth S$ 118 with a purchase of their TreoTM 650 Smartphone. Free from wires: the ultra-lightweight Treo Bluetooth Headset offers an operating distance of up to 10 meters of secured voice transmission with just a touch of a single
Building on the popularity of the Tungsten(TM) E handheld, which has sold nearly 2 million units worldwide, palmOne.today announced the Tungsten E2 handheld. Tungsten E2 Handheld has expanded features/benefits such as brighter 320×320 color display, 32MB of non-volatile flash memory with 26MB actual storage capacity, built-in Bluetooth wireless technology, portable MP3) player, comes with DataViz’s
IBM and SANYO Electric today unveiled initial plans for a prototype micro direct methanol fuel cell system for IBM ThinkPad notebooks. Leveraging SANYO’s latest advancements in fuel cells that increase the longevity of notebook batteries, IBM and SANYO jointly developed a basic design of a fuel cell power source. Based on the design, the companies
The Fujitsu LifeBook N3510 is a high performance notebook incorporating a 15.4″ SuperFine Wide display for crisp and clear images and high-end entertainment features, perfect for demanding business presentations, or for enjoying the latest DVD movies. Dramatically enhanced with Fujitsu’s new “Instant MyMedia” technology, this allows users to enjoy movies and music instantly with the
Dell today expanded its mobile entertainment collection with the addition of four new products to the company’s product portfolio. Take the LAN party on the road with the second generation of Dell’s Inspiron(TM) XPS gaming notebook powered with NVIDIA 256MB GeForce(TM) Go 6800 Ultra graphics card. Dell customers will soon be able to take their
Intel has been unable to keep up with demand for Sonoma, its notebook technology introduced in January. The supply constraints should be fixed by the end of the quarter as the company raises production levels. Intel’s inventory levels were quite volatile in 2004. In the third quarter, Intel announced it would cut back on production
MSI today introduces the MEGA BOOK S260 which aims to provide the best cooling system while retaining its delicate exterior. It comes with a dazzling ebony black flat screen that yields enhanced contrast, brightness performance and richness of color for outstanding image detail. In spite of its limited space, the MEGABOOK S260 is loaded with
Gateway today announced the Gateway(R) M460 series notebook PC, a new highly-scalable, performance- oriented notebook that delivers battery life up to ten plus hours(1), which is unprecedented in its class. The notebook is ideal for professional customers, including businesses, educational institutions and government agencies. It provides from four to seven hours of battery life on
For this festive period, palmOne has lined up these great offerings: The Treo 650 smartphone from palmOne makes it easier than ever to stay connected. It simplifies your life by combining a quad-band worldphone with email, an organizer, messaging, and web access. There’s also Bluetooth® technology so you can connect wirelessly to other Bluetooth devices.
Dell today announced three powerful, secure and reliable additions to its business notebook portfolio. The Latitude(TM) D410, D610 and D810 represent the next generation of D-Family notebooks incorporating the latest Intel® mobile architecture with enhancements based on Dell’s direct customer feedback. The additions are highlighted by the Latitude D410, an ultraportable system that weighs under
palmOne today announced the availability of the new Treo(TM) 650 smartphone in Singapore. The Treo 650 builds on the award-winning Treo 600 design, upping the ante with a host of new features and improvements that continue to redefine the smartphone experience, giving mobile professionals what they need to stay connected. The Treo 650 brings corporate
Dell’s Inspiron™ 6000 notebook computer announced today includes enhanced multimedia capabilities and advanced productivity features traditionally available in more expensive notebooks. Users can enjoy enhanced movie playback in a 15.4-inch widescreen format and easily navigate through their entire music library via the backlit front-and-center multimedia keys. A full range of connectivity ports, including a IEEE