A tidy sum of just a hair under $3 billion. I’m not so sure that adding 3Com’s gear to their ProCurve gear will make any sort of dent in Cisco’s market share, but then again, I’m not a major business analyst, either.
Priced at $899 for the Z5610-U9072 comes configured with a 23″ HD Display (1920×1080), Pentium Dual Core E5300 Processor (2.60GHz, 2MB L2 Cache, 800MHz FSB), 4GB DDR3 SDRAM, 320GB SATA Hard Disk, SuperMulti Optical Drive, Multi-in-One Card Reader, ATI Mobility Radeon HD4570 Graphics With 512MB Memory, High Definition Audio With 5.1 Channel Support, 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet, IEEE 802.11 b/g/Draft N, Six USB 2.0 Ports (Two Side, Four Rear), eSATA Port, Integrated HD Webcam with Microphone, Integrated Keyboard Light and Foot-Mounted Ambient Lighting and wireless Keyboard and Mouse.
Since Nintendo’s traditionally been an ATi customer, this would be a major win for nVidia if true. Personally, I can’t wait for more smart phones that are based on Tegra…
Currently, we have no information what exact chip is being used [just that nVidia won the contract], but with the debut set for February 2010, the second generation of Tegra chips could make an excellent base [to be launched at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona].
ATI Radeon HD 5770 and 5750 reviews have hit all the usual places today.
Although these cards may not blow your socks off, all the reviews seem to indicate that they’re not at all shabby. These two new video cards are part of ATI’s value line starting at $109 and $159, respectively.
Check out the full reviews here:
Dell teasing us with some profile images of the Adamo XPS. Although we can’t really see much of the laptop, we sure can tell it’s thin! 9.99mm thin to be exact.
I’m going to ponder a guess that this is the Adamo XPS flipped screen side down.
Now — If only we could get our hands on a review unit… Not that Dell would be kind enough to send a little site like ours something this cool. <sigh>
Yesterday we announced that Gateway would be introducing some multitouch all-in-one models, the ZX4800 and ZX6800; Today, we’ve got news about Sony’s entry into the touchscreen all-in-one market with it’s first touchscreen system, the VAIO L.
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The Vaio L features 24-inch 1080p display, a Intel 2.7GHz Pentium dual-core and 4GB of RAM, 320GB (Up to 1TB) hard drive, Multi-DVD write, and GeForce G210M. Systems should start around $1300.