There’s a Hello Kitty netbook in town! I’m sure this would be great news for Hello Kitty fans world wide. Do take note that it’s not cheap to purchase the Hello Kitty C1 netbook as it would cost you approximately $890 to get one.
On the other hand, don’t be amazed with the specs that you are getting – it’s a netbook remember?
1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 CPU
945 GSE Express chipset
1GB DDR2 SDRAM
2 (lousy) USB ports
1.3 megapixels webcam
I think that this would be a great addition to any ‘girl’s room’ as I’m already oogling over it as my Christmas present.
Anybody for a Hello Kitty C1 netbook?
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ASUS has finally launched their latest UMPC, the R50A. Generally it looks pretty much the same like a PSP, however with the price tag of $2,000 strapped to this device, I’m pretty sure you wouldn’t treat it as your PSP anymore.
With ASUS pricing their UMPC at such exaggerating price, I’m pretty sure you would be wondering what kind of power-packed specifications that it will carry.
Here are the specifications for the R50A:
1.33GHz Intel Atom processor
32GB SSD hard drive
1GB of RAM
5.6'' screen displaying 1024 x 600 resolution
3 USB ports
802.11 b / g WiFi
And there is even an external DVD reader / writer!
I don’t quite understand the logic behind ASUS’ strategy when pricing this device at such high price. Generally, you can purchase 4 netbooks with $2,000 and best of all, the netbooks runs on 1.6GHz Atom processor which is faster.
Anyone got $2,000 to spare?
There’s a new gaming console in town and it’s called Zeebo. Apparently, their 3G gaming console would be released in Brazil in July 2009.
What makes this gaming console rather attractive is that it would incorporate a 3G feature whereby you can connect to a 3G network at no cost to the gamer whereby the games can be downloaded from their network for free. Some of the titles that would be released together with Zeebo are Action Hero 3D, Evil Prey and Quake.
Do take note that this gaming console is not comparable to all the other advanced gaming machines like Wii, Xbox 360 and Playstation3. Instead, it would focus on emerging gaming markets.
However, price mentioned for the Zeebo is pretty steep - $599.
The economic downturn is turning rampant and its latest victim is none other than Circuit City. The company has already announced measures to trim their workforce a couple of weeks back in order to stay afloat in the economic turmoil.
However, just last week, key decision makers pulled the plug and file for bankruptcy for the company. This would affect 155 stores that they have nationwide and not to mention countless of people loosing their jobs overnight.
I just wonder would there be a billionaire tycoon who wants to take over Circuit City and make it a profitable business?