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ASUS EeeBox PC EB1501 Review!

The ASUS EeeBox PC EB 1501 was spotted at the CES 2010. The ASUS EeeBox features an Intel Atom Dual Core N330 1.6Ghz processor, Nvidia ION graphics card, 2GB DDR2 RAM, 250GB hard drive, HDMI output, WiFi B/G/N, and 6 USB 2.0 ports.  (Comes with Windows 7 Home)

Previous versions of EeeBox PCs were fully HD-capable but the new ASUS EeeBox PC EB1501 looks to change all that with the upgraded dual Atom processors and Nvidia graphics ca

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Samsung NX10 Hands-on Review at CES 2010!

The Samsung NX10 is probably one of the best at the show this year, the hybrid DSLR camera is small and light like a point-and-shoot camera while camera lenses can be interchanged using adaptors.

On my hands-on experience, the NX10 provided clearly better experience over existing point-and-shoot cameras such as being able to manipulate the depth of the field. Although I am not a total expert on DSLRs as I have only owned a DSLR camera for 2 months, I think the Samsung NX10 is a great choice for those of you who want something portable than a full-fledged DSLR camera but fall

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ASUS UL80Jt Hands-on Review at CES 2010!

UPDATE: ASUS UL80Jt is now available on Amazon for $849!

Like the new ASUS UL30Jt, the UL80Jt is basically mirror-image version, except with a 14-inch screen instead of a 13.3-inch screen and a DVD drive.

The ASUS UL80Jt will features an Intel Core i& 640UM/620UM processor, Intel GS45 chipset, DDR3 1066Mhz memory expandable up

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ASUS U30Jc Hands-on Review at CES 2010!

UPDATE: ASUS U30Jc is now available for pre-order on eBay!!!

UPDATE2: ASUS U30Jc is now available for pre-order on Amazon!!!

The ASUS U30Jc is a beast with an Intel Core i3 or i5 CPU, one of the first ASUS laptops with Intel Core i3/i5 CPUs.

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ASUS UL80Vt Hands-on Review at CES 2010!

The 14-inch ASUS UL80Vt laptop features an Intel Core 2 Duo Processor (or Intel Celeron), 14″ HD display, Nvidia GeForce w/ 512MB.

The ASUS UL80Vt is virtually the same as ASUS UL80Jt laptop, except with a slower processor and less graphic card memory. (but the same Nvidia G 310M graphics card) This could actually lead to a longer battery life and lower price for those of you who don’t need all of that performance. In comparison, my ASUS UL30Vt with the same graphic card with 512MB does HD streaming flawlessly.

If you need the extra performance boost for th

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ASUS UL30Jt Hands-on Review CES 2010

UPDATE: March 16th 2009 – ASUS UL30Jt FCC approval/manual LEAKED, it should be coming reeeaaal soon!

UPDATE2: ASUS UL30Jt now available on Amazon for $849! (shipping on 8/15/10)

I had a great time visiting the ASUS booth today, here’s the first hands-on review of the ASUS UL30Jt, which has exact physical specs as t

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Kempler & Strauss W Phone Watch Hands-on Review!

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One of the first gadgets that “wowed” me and the people at the booth were nice enough to give me a quick hands-on video demo is the Kempler & Strauss W Phone Watch. The watch features a bunch of things like being able to make phone calls on GSM network, video camera, audio player, and a fully, capable bluetooth headset so you can talk wirelessly.

You can order yours here at KemplerUSA.com.

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Samsung Omnia II Hands-On Review!

Samsung Omnia II has been caught in the wild, the new Samsung smartphone features a Windows Mobile 6.1, 3.7″ 800×480 pixel LCD, and support for HDSPA/GPS/WiFi.

The core feature of the new Samsung Omnia II isn’t its laggy Windows Mobile operating system but the on-board 5 megapixel camera and DVD-quality camcorder that also does DivX and xViD.

For storage, the Samsung Omnia II does great with its 8 gigabyte internal storage plus ability to add more with a microSD slot.

Overall, I am not impressed by the size of the Samsung Omnia II as it’s slightly

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