Tuesday, April 7, 2009

NEW Acer Aspire One 1.6Ghz/160GB/1GB/XP Sapphire Blue

   " ......is a light, interesting, the main thing you are suitable for mobile,.."

Product Description:

Acer redefines mobile connectivity with the Aspire one, a netbook (or mini-notebook) packed with fun and powerful computing features in a diminutive 8.9" form factor weighing as little as 2.3 pounds. It offers business professionals, students and world travelers robust wireless connectivity, Internet access, a built-in webcam and the storage space needed for digital photos.

Tech Specs Audio
Audio Output Type Integrated
Chassis Form Factor Ultraportable
Color Sapphire blue
Input Device Type Keyboard
Weight 2.3 lb(s)
RAM Technology DDR2 SDRAM
Cache Memory (installed) 512 KB
RAM (installed) 1 GB
Operating System
OS Provided Win XP Home
Battery Technology Lithium ion
Processor Speed 1.6 GHz
Data Bus Speed 533 MHz
Chipset Type Intel 945GSE
Processor Manufacturer Intel
Processor Model Number N270
Processor Type Atom
Networking Protocol IEEE 802.11b
IEEE 802.11g
Fast Ethernet
Floppy Type No Floppy Drive
Hard Drive Capacity 160 GB
Display Size 8.9 in
Color Support 262,000
Display Technology LCD
Display Type Widescreen
Video RAM (installed) 0 byte(s)
Internal Resolution (max) 1024 x 600
Video Card Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X3100
Actual Weight 2.30 lb(s)
Contents Notebook, battery pack, AC adapter, webcam, software, documentation
Memory Notes 1GB 533MHz DDR2 SDRAM.
There are 512MB onboard and a 512MB module in one slot.

Video memory: Shared system memory
O/S Notes Genuine Windows XP Home Edition is pre-installed.
Physical Dimensions 1.1"h x 9.8"w x 6.7"d
Ports/Connectors Expansion slots:
(1) SD Card reader
(1) Multi-in-1 Card reader (supports optional MultiMediaCard, Reduced-Size MultiMediaCard, Secure Digital, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro or xD-Picture Card. With optional adapter, supports optional Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick Pro Duo, miniSD, microSD.)

(3) USB 2.0
(1) RJ-45 LAN
(1) VGA
(1) Headphon/speakers / line out
(1) Microphone
(1) DC power in
Power Notes 3-cell Li-Ion battery pack with up to 3 hours of run time (actual battery life depends on configuration and usage)
30W AC adapter
Returns Policy This product is subject to our return policy. Please see our complete return policy for details.
Warranty - Labor 1 Year
Warranty - Parts 1 Year
Warranty Details Limited; concurrent International Traveler's Warranty in countries where Acer has an authorized repair facility.
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Flybook V5

Its modest dimensions and weight (23,5x16,3x3,0cms for 1.2 kgs) make Flybook V5 a highly portable notebook that suits any occasion. The thorough study of all the ergonomic aspects, the keyboard dimensions and the position of the main control keys allow a very simple usage – even standing.
Connected everywhere: your Flybook V5 allows you to stay always connected thanks to its in-built technologies. Voice, data and videos can be transferred and received both wired and wireless using high-speed connections.

The latest powerful Intel processors, autonomy-ensuring low-consume components, its accessories and multiple options: this is what makes your Flybook V5 an unrivalled technological jewel. Among its cutting-edge technological features: touch screen, magnesium-alloy cover, possibility of SSD disk and SunLight readable screen.


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HP to launch HSDPA laptop

 HP has joined Acer, Lenovo and Dell in offering laptops with embedded Vodafone super-3G technology. 

The manufacturer announced the move on Thursday, saying the first laptop to include embedded HSDPA (high speed downlink packet access) -- or, as Vodafone call it, 3G Broadband -- will be the Compaq 6400.

HP's UK representatives weren't immediately able to say when the HSDPA-enabled laptops will go on sale, or how much they would cost.

"Expanding the range of HP Broadband Wireless laptops to include mobile connectivity from Vodafone and worldwide standards such as 3G/3G broadband is critically important to addressing a truly global customer need for pervasive, high-speed wireless access when out of the office," said Steven Gales, HP's senior laptops category manager, in a statement.

Nick Jeffery, Vodafone's global director of business marketing, said that working with HP is an "important part of Vodafone's plan to provide customers with ever more compelling mobile solutions so customers can experience the benefits of 3G and 3G broadband".
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Saturday, April 4, 2009

Ubuntu 9.04 (beta) In VMware Fusion

Ubuntu 9.04 (beta) In VMware Fusion

Now that Ubuntu 9.04 has gone into beta I decided to build up a quick VM for random testing purposes. Installation is very straightforward: simply download the x86 or AMD64 CD image and install. However, since this is a beta things are in heavy flux — I would highly recommend upgrading to the latest packages before installing the VMware Tools since several bugs (like the infinitely multiplying window when mounting the VMWare Tools image) have been fixed.

Select “Install VMware Tools” from the Virtual Machine menu and then copy the tar to your Ubuntu desktop. Running the vmware-install.pl as superuser will net you a mostly functional system, but drag/drop files and mouse ungrab will not work.1

To get VMHGFS working (drag/drop file sharing), you will need to follow these instructions:
Navigate to vmware-tools-distrib/lib/modules/source and untar vmhgfs.tar. Inside the vmhgfs-only directory that is created there is a file called page.c.
Edit this file and do the following2
- page = __grab_cache_page(mapping, index);
+ page = grab_cache_page_write_begin(mapping, index, flags);
Move the vmhgfs.tar file to vmhgfs-old.tar and create a new tar with the modified file
tar cvf vmhgfs.tar vmhgfs-only
Run the vmware-install.pl script (as superuser)

At this time I haven’t managed to get mouse ungrab working, but let me know if you figure out a way! The vmmouse driver for X.org is available via apt-get install xserver-xorg-input-vmmouse, but does not appear to work any better than the one that comes with VMware Tools 7.9.3. Hopefully a driver compatible with X.org 7.5 shows up soon.
You may need to run sudo apt-get install build-essential to get the basic build environment. I don’t remember if I did this when building mine. ↩

For those unfamiliar with diff syntax, remove the first line and replace it with the second line. ↩

Skin Ubuntu!!!


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VAIO Z is impeccably refined

From formal black finish and carbon fibre body to slim portability, the VAIO Z is impeccably refined. Savour all the benefits of mobile computing without compromising the exacting standards of your socially demanding lifestyle.

Streamlined unity

The body is smoothly integrated with quality features like a keyboard panel crafted from a single sheet of aluminium. This exclusive panel is finely brushed on the palm rest and beveled in front.

Stately cover

Finely finished in sophisticated matte black and tastefully accented with a prestigious silver VAIO logo that subtly reflects your surroundings, the carbon fibre cover conveys your executive status and cultured sense of style.

Functional beauty
One glance confirms the refinement of the VAIO Z. Its beauty is highly functional, as exemplified by the cylindrical hinge that is stylishly unified with the battery.
Refined keyboard
The seamless keyboard design is handsomely styled and features isolated keys that augment typing comfort while responding silently to fingertip input
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Friday, April 3, 2009

Apple MacBook Air Notebook Computer

Apple MacBook Air Notebook Computer 1.86GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
128GB Solid State Hard Drive
nVIDIA GeForce 9400M Graphics
13.3" Widescreen LED Backlit Glossy Display
iSight Webcam
Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
802.11n Airport Extreme Wi-Fi
Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard
3 lb
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ASUS Latest P835 3.5” WVGA Windows Phone


ASUS just launched the P835, a smartphone that is equipped with a large 3.5” touchscreen that runs at WVGA (800 x 480 pixels) resolution; fast HSDPA 7.2Mbps speeds, a trackball for scrolling navigation; Opera Mobile. The P835 also enables users to switch between 12-key, half-Qwerty and full-Qwerty virtual keyboard modes,

As par with other new Windows phone, ASUS offers its customized UI dubbed as Glide: (shown in the picture). ASUS claims Glide as the most innovative, intuitive and interactive mobile user interface available today. New Glide has been given a significant facelift over its predecessor, boasting new icons that take the beauty and interactivity of the interface up a notch.

The P835 has the additional ability to function as a Wi-Fi Access Point. It can share its high-speed HSPA cellular data or Internet connection over Wi-Fi with up to 10 devices, such as laptops or other PDA phones. Connecting devices is a simple affair thanks to the P835’s user-friendly interface, and dropped connections are automatically restored.

SpecificationsNetworks HSPA (DL: 7.2Mbps, UL: 2Mbps), UMTS 900/1900/2100

EDGE/GPRS/GSM 850/900/1800/1900, Class 12
Operating System Microsoft Windows® Mobile 6.1™ Professional
Color Black
Form factor Bar type
Dimensions 115mm x 59mm x 13.8mm
Weight 148g (with battery)
Standby Time 350hrs with 3G and 300hrs with 2G*
Talk Time 6hrs with 3G and 7hrs with 2G*
Display 3.5” TFT, 65K-color Touchscreen, WVGA (800 x 480 pixels)
Processor Qualcomm 7201A 528MHz
Memory 4GB Internal Storage + 288MB SDRAM + 256MB ROM
Expansion Slot MicroSD with SDHC support
Connectivity WLAN 802.11b+g , USB v2.0, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR
WAP Browser HTTP / WAP 1.2.1/2.0
Messaging SMS / MMS / Email / MSN / Push Email
Battery 1100mAh Lithium
GPS Yes (AGPS supported)

Business Applications
PIM Word (editor), Excel (editor), PowerPoint (viewer), Adobe Reader, Windows® Live, MSN, Voice Commander** and Push Email (Exchange Server).
Other Features Opera browser, Wi-Fi Access Point, YouTube, Flickr, ASUS Virtual Keyboard, Anytime Launcher, ASUS Today, EziMusic, EziPhoto, Google search and RSS Reader.

Multimedia and Entertainment
Camera 5 Megapixel Auto Focus
Video Record: MPEG4/H.263

Playback: MPEG4/H.264/H.263/WMV

Video Call, Audio/Video Streaming
Picture Format JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP
Audio Format MP3, WMA, WAV, AMR, AAC and AAC+
Ringtone Polyphonic (MIDI, 128CH), MP3, WMA and WAV
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Thursday, April 2, 2009

Asus P6T Deluxe V2 Intel X58 Chipset Intel Socket 1366 DDR3 ATX Asus Motherboard-Retail

Intel® Socket 1366 Core™ i7 Processor Extreme Edition/Core™ i7 Processor
Supports Intel® Dynamic Speed Technology
Intel® X58 / ICH10R
System Bus
Up to 6400 MT/s
6 x DIMM, Max. 24 GB, DDR3 2000(O.C.)
Non-ECC,Un-buffered Memory
Triple channel memory architecture
Supports Intel® Extreme Memory Profile (XMP
) *Hyper DIMM (DDR3 1800MHz or above) support is subject to the physical characteristics of individual CPUs.
**Refer to www.asus.com. Or user manual for the Memory QVL (Qualified Vendor Lists.)
Expansion Slots
3 x PCIe 2.0 x16 (at x16/x16/x1 or x16/x8/x8 mode)
1 x PCIe x4
2 x PCI
Supports NVIDIA® 2-Way or Quad-GPU SLI™ Technology
Supports CrossFire
Supports ATI® CrossFireX™ Technology
6 xSATA 3 Gb/s ports
Intel Matrix Storage Technology Support RAID Support RAID
Marvell 88SE6111 1 xUltraDMA 133/100/66 for up to 2 PATA devices
1 xExternal SATA (SATA On-the-Go)
Dual Gigabit LAN controllers 2*Marvell88E8056® PCIe Gigabit LAN controller featuring AI NET2
ASUS Unique Features
ASUS Exclusive Features:
ASUS True 16+2 Phase Power Design
Express Gate SSD
ASUS Power Saving Solution
ASUS EPU-6 Engine
ASUS Quiet Thermal Solution:
ASUS Fanless Design: Wind-Flow Heat-pipe solution
ASUS Fanless Design: Stack Cool 2
ASUS Fan Xpert
ASUS Optional Fan for Water-cooling or Passive-Cooling only
ASUS Crystal Sound:
ASUS Noise Filter
ASUS Q-Shield
ASUS Q-Connector
ASUS O.C. Profile
ASUS CrashFree BIOS 3
ASUS EZ Flash 2
IEEE 1394
VIA® VT6308 controller supports 2 x 1394a ports (one at mid-board; one at back panel)
14 USB 2.0 ports (6 ports at mid-board, 8 ports at back panel)
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Wednesday, April 1, 2009

iPhone 3G Worldwide

How it works.

iPhone 3G uses a technology protocol called HSDPA (High-Speed Downlink Packet Access) to download data fast over UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System) networks. Email attachments and web pages load twice as fast on 3G networks as on 2G EDGE networks.1 And since iPhone 3G seamlessly switches between EDGE, faster 3G, and even faster Wi-Fi, you always get the best speeds possible.
Talk and browse. At the same time.

iPhone already gives you mobile multitasking. But 3G technology lets you multitask in more places — without connecting via Wi-Fi. Since 3G networks enable simultaneous data and voice, you can talk on the phone while surfing the web, checking email, or using Maps. All from your 3G cellular network.
Go anywhere.

iPhone 3G meets worldwide standards for cellular communications, so you can make calls and surf the web from practically anywhere on the planet. And if you’re in an area without a 3G network, iPhone connects you via GSM for calls and EDGE for data.
More wireless. Less space.

iPhone 3G delivers UMTS, HSDPA, GSM, Wi-Fi, EDGE, GPS, and Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR in one compact device — using only two antennas. Clever iPhone engineering integrates those antennas into a few unexpected places: the metal ring around the camera, the audio jack, the metal screen bezel, and the iPhone circuitry itself. And intelligent iPhone power management technology gives you up to 5 hours of talk time over 3G networks.2 That’s some of the best in the business.
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You replaced broken LCD screen but the new screen is not working

You replaced the broken LCD screen in your laptop with a new screen but it’s not working. Does this sound like your problem? Let’s find out what could be wrong and how you can fix it.

First of all, I assume that your new LCD screen is compatible with the old one. Different screens require different video cables. Make sure you new screen is compatible with your laptop.

OK, let’s say you accidentally damaged the LCD screen in your laptop. A part of the screen still works fine but you cannot use it like that so you decided to replace the screen yourself. You can find LCD replacement instructions in service manuals or this DIY site.

You did some research and purchased a compatible screen, installed it into the laptop, turned it on and… The new screen is not working!!! What could be wrong?

Before you start to panic, check all cable connections again. Check connection between the video cable, LCD screen and inverter board. Reconnect cables just in case.

Take a closer look at the connection between the video cable and LCD screen. It’s possible you accidentally pulled the video cable from the connector during the screen installation.

The video cable has to be seated properly, all the way down.

Also, on some older LCD screens there are very thin pins inside the connector. Take a look inside the connector, make sure there are no damaged (bent) pins.
You can straighten bent pins with a very small screwdriver but this procedure requires a lot of patience and concentration.

Fortunately, most newer LCDs have a different type of connector, without fragile pins inside.

OK, you have reseated all connectors and cannot see anything wrong but the new screen still is not working. What’s next?

Remove the new screen and connect the old one. If the old one works properly (except the damaged area) but the new one is dead, apparently the new screen is defective and has to be replaced. Hopefully it has warranty.

Here’s another scenario. The new screen kinda works. You can see a very faint image but there is no backlight.

If that’s the case, disconnect the new screen from the inverter board and plug in the old screen instead, as it shown on the picture below. If the backlight inside the old screen lights up, apparently the new screen has defective backlight lamp and has to be replaced.

Related post: Laptop has bad video on the LCD screen. What is wrong?


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