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New Products from LG, Bretford Manufacturing Inc., Lenovo, Nokia


June 1, 2009 By

Little Laptop

LG's X110 mini notebook has a 10-inch display with Intel GMA 950 graphics and an Intel Atom N270 processor, 1.6 GHz, 533 MHz FSB, 512 KB L2 cache. The device comes with a 3G+ embedded modem, WLAN 802.11 b/g and an 80 GB, 120 GB or 160 GB hard drive. The notebook has a 512 MB/1 GB (DDR2 667MHz, embedded single channel) system memory and 1.3 megapixel webcam.

 

Crash Cart

Bretford Manufacturing's NETBOOK32 cart for mini laptops can store, secure, charge and transport up to 32 microcomputers and peripherals. The cart's main power source is an automatic timer/charger with two 16-outlet electrical units that are mounted inside the rear of the cart. The second power source is an auxiliary four-outlet power strip that is mounted inside the cart to accommodate accessory equipment, like projectors and document cameras.

 

Idea Hub

The Lenovo IdeaCentre A600 all-in-one desktop has a 21.5-inch frameless screen and support for 1920x1080 full high-definition resolution. It comes with an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, up to 4 GB of DDR3 memory and up to 1 TB hard drive. There's a wireless keyboard and mouse, as well as a 4-in-1 remote controller that can be used as a VoIP handset, "air mouse," media center remote and motion drive gamepad. VeriFace facial-recognition technology allows facial images to be used as logon passwords.

 

Phone Plus

The Nokia N86 8MP is a two-way slide dual-mode smartphone that supports WCDMA/HSDPA, EGSM and WLAN. The device has a 2.6-inch active matrix OLED display. Its 8-megapixel camera includes a wide-angle Carl Zeiss lens and dual LED flash. Eight GB of internal memory stores up to 4,000 images. The device features a built-in compass, along with a trial navigation license for driving. Mapping software lets users geotag their photos.


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