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Parts People founder creates chunky Raspberry Pi-to-Go portable with 3D-printed case

By - January 7, 2013 12 Pictures
Since being delivered into the eager hands of hackers, enthusiasts and dabblers, the credit-card-sized Raspberry Pi personal computer has found itself an integral part of a growing list of novel devices and applications. For his addition to the list, founder and CEO of Parts-People, Nathan Morgan, has built a feature-packed portable PC that brings another Gizmag favorite to the table ... 3D printing. Read More
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ASUS announces release of G46VW ROG gaming notebook

By - October 31, 2012 10 Pictures
While gaming monsters like the Tytan CG8890 might satisfy a player's lust for power in the home, we live in a mobile world and today's gamer needs a good dose of high performance portable power. ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) set its sights on creating a smaller, lighter and easier-to-carry gaming notebook while still offering gamers the powerful performance of bigger family members. That quest is now over, and the result is the launch of the first 14-inch ROG gaming notebook, the G46VW. Read More
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Lenovo confirms October release for YOGA 13, announces three new Win 8 convertibles

By - October 15, 2012 24 Pictures
Lenovo has confirmed an October release date for its IdeaPad YOGA 13-inch, 360° flip and fold Ultrabook that was shown at CES in January and IFA 2012 last month. It will be joined by another three Windows 8 devices to create a new convertible product family. A smaller 11-inch YOGA and an 11.6-inch tablet named the IdeaTab Lynx will be released later this year, while the business-oriented ThinkPad Twist Ultrabook will appear around the same time as the pack leader. Read More
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Next generation Intel Ultrabooks will include voice recognition and gesture interfaces

By - September 14, 2012 6 Pictures
As computers become more sophisticated, they sometimes seem almost human – especially when they refuse to download a page when you’re in a hurry. At the Intel Developer’s Forum in San Francisco, Intel revealed that it is taking that a step further by giving their new line of Ultrabooks “human-like senses to perceive the user's intentions” thanks to a new generation of processors. Read More

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