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ARCHOS 9PCtablet Coming Soon!

ARCHOS 9PCtablet Coming Soon!

The Archos 9 is supposedly going to hit the market next month. Archos is trying to replace the traditional pc with this new UMPC.

There is no physical keyboard, but instead a virtual keyboard, which is very easy to use. There is also an optical trackpoint to let you do anything from surf the web, to work or just for play.

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Will Apple Really Release A Tablet?

Will Apple Really Release A Tablet?

There have been TONS of rumors about an Apple tablet coming out as soon as October. Whether that’s true or not remains to be seen.

So what’s the big deal if Apple makes a tablet or not? Well, first off, will it live up to the hype? Second, will there be a big enough market for it?

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Check Out The ClarionMiND – A Mobile Internet Navigation Device

Check Out The ClarionMiND – A Mobile Internet Navigation Device

The ClarionMiND Mobile Internet Navigation Device is just what it says, a combination of a GPS and a Mobile Internet Device.

The ClarionMind has wifi based Internet access to Google, MySpace, YouTube and E-Mail. You can also check news and weather. Also, you can avoid traffic pile-ups with the Traffic.com widget.

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In The Market For A Web Browsing Tablet?

In The Market For A Web Browsing Tablet?

“The Power Of A Netbook In A Tablet” is Archos’ description of their 9PCtablet.

The tablet has an impressive 9-inch resistive touchscreen. It is capable of running a full computer OS.

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The MyTouch 3G Is Almost Here!

The MyTouch 3G Is Almost Here!

T-Mobile is releasing My Touch 3G in the beginning of August. The MyTouch is the the second smartphone the Tmobile has introduced that uses Android.

Of course the phone is touchscreen, also includes a camera, Wifi, Bluetooth, and 512MB of internal memory. (You can get a memory card for those who need more)

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Samsung’s “Next Generation UMPC”

Samsung’s “Next Generation UMPC”

The Samsung Q1EX-71G is more affordable than the ones before it, but the battery life falls short.

They got rid of the keyboard and instead opted for a 7” touchscreen. The touchscreen is ok to use without a stylus for some things, but you will have to use one for most things, like selecting links and entering text. The stylus can be stored away with the included strap.

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Stay Connected With Sony’s Mylo

Stay Connected With Sony’s Mylo

The Mylo came out over a year ago but I thought it was still worth mentioning. The main reason… no contracts!

You can connect to Wifi hot spots and browse the Internet with this device. Talk on Skype or use one of the many instant messenger applications and you are all set.

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Get More Done With Zoho Mobile

Get More Done With Zoho Mobile

Need to get more work done from your phone? You’re in luck!

Today, Zoho announced today Zoho Mobile. Zoho offers online web applications and now is extending its suite of products to not only the iPhone and some Windows Mobile products, but also Android, BlackBerry, and Symbian devices. Zoho plans to extend to even more platforms like the Palm, and to develop more applications for business.

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Asus Eee 4G Mobile Internet Device

Asus Eee 4G Mobile Internet Device

The Asus Eee 4G is a compact notebook with a full QWERTY keyboard. The display is only 7 inches.

This mobile Internet device is good for things such as searching the web, taking notes, typing papers, or just pictures and games.

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Intel And LG’s MID Called “Moorestown”

Intel And LG’s MID Called “Moorestown”

Back in February, at the Mobile World Congress, Intel and LG announced a new MID called “Moorestown.” “It is codenamed for the successor to Intel’s current Atom processor,” says Christian Coley from eFluxMedia.

MID is a relatively new term. MID and smartphones can be interchangeable, but since Moorestown has been named a MID, it will probably be bigger than a smartphone. So basically, the device is kind of a mix between a laptop and smartphone. It will require wireless Internet of course, which means signing up for a plan or connecting to wifi spots more than likely. Hopefully the wireless and data plans of the future will be better than the ones now. Internet, messaging, email, all that should be combined into one service with one fee, at least that’s what I’m hoping for.

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