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Acer 14 and 15-inch Aspire Timeline Series Laptops Unveiled

Posted on 09 January 2012 by Brian

"Acer Aspire 14-Inch Laptop"Acer strikes with its latest revisions of the Aspire Timeline series 14 and 15-inch laptops, where in the Company boasts that these laptops combine a god set of features with solid and strong battery life. To be frank, the magnesium build is worth a look from any fan of good design.

Quite fascinatingly, the 15-inch laptop is obviously the champion between the two laptops. This is an unluckily rare event in the larger side of the laptop market, and an energizing change in the Timeline Ultra 15, in particular from the time when the keyboard stays full size. Apart from that and the clear changes in screen size, the 2 models are very similar.

Both the 14 and 15-inch laptops from Timeline series are yet very slim for Intel Core laptops with DVD drives. High-end options like SSD rives should assist make them a challenger to alike models. The Timeline series has always focused on a thing and ligh frame and on expandability, and in that case both of these laptops deliver.

The magnesium shell helps out to make typing feel good, with no bending or loosen of the keys that unluckily lack a backlight. The display screens for the both the models are standard 1366×768 fare, while media software of Acer is accolade by Dolby Home Theater and an HDMI out, with drive on both models.

Coming to the availability of the 14 and 15-inch Aspire Timeline Series, the Company notes that the both models will hit the market in the Q1 of 2012, although the price tag for the laptops have not been revealed by the Company at the moment.

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Toshiba introduces the thinnest tablet – Excite X10

Posted on 09 January 2012 by Elizabeth

"Toshiba Excite X10"Toshiba has unveiled the thinnest tablet yet, and it is named as ‘Excite X10’. However, the firm held the thinnest tablet with the Excite X10 is a full 0.6mm thinner, measuring 7.7mm, compared with the Prime’s 8.3mm profile.

The company has announced its thinnest tablet yet Excite X10 on Sunday. The tablet is not only the thinnest one and also the lightest tablet to date, coming with much light weight than Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, in exact to be 0.4 pounds. The Excite X10 is designed in such way that that of tablet design philosophy. But, yet it still makes room for some micro connections like Micro-HDMI, Micro-USB 2.0, and a microSD card slot, and also finds built-in speakers.

Excite also supports Toshiba’s SRS sound enhancement technology, with a 2-megapixel front-facing camera, and an LED backlight 5-megapixel back camera. The thinnest tablet, Excite X10 has an excellent feature for gaming, a silky magnesium alloy backside and a glossy 10.1-inch screen, covered in Gorilla Glass. Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR and Wi-Fi of 802.11b/g/n. Toshiba opted with Texas Instruments CPU instead of NVIDIA; the X10 has as well featuring with a dual-core OMAP 4430-1.2GHz processor.

However, Toshiba Excite X10 will be available in the market from mid first quarter, with price tag of $530 for the 16GB which is the starting price while the higher and upgraded version of 32GB costs $600.

Stay connected with us to know more on Toshiba’s Excite X10 Tablet updates!

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