Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Laptops for New Pros


HP has finally come out with an affordable All-in-One PC with the HP Pavilion MS200, its first non-touch option in the segment. The MS200 is a stylish, fully featured, one-piece PC where everything is tucked away behind the 18.5-inch diagonal 16:9 widescreen display. So, no more cable clutter or messy peripherals, just lots of space on the desk. The MS200 features an AMD dual-core processor for increased efficiency and speed and is Energy Star 5.0 qualified. The MS200 is available from Rs 36,990 onwards. HP has also announced two new TouchSmart models the HP TouchSmart300 and HP TouchSmart600 priced Rs 59,990 and Rs 89,990, respectively.

A new view of India

VIEWSONIC is becoming serious about the India market and launched a wide range of its products here last week. While ViewSonic LCDs and projectors were available till now through resellers, the company now plans to open exclusive outlets for its products like the ViewBook, All-In-One PC, Mini PC and mediaplayers. The ViewBook, which looks strikingly like the MacBook, could be a winner with its Aluminum-Magnesium alloy enclosure, extendable battery life and other high performance features. Hope the company gets its pricing, yet unannounced, right. Another thing that caught our eye was the VPD 500 Mediaplayer with the 5" screen, 8 GB memory and HD output. The player, ideal for movie buffs, also supports ebooks.

Zino attacks the Mini space

HAS the Mac Mini met its miniature match? Well, the Dell Zino, or the Inspiron Zino HD, comes in a box a bit bigger than the Mini, and adds some cosmetic flavor to the category with a selection of ten replaceable, colorful lids. The "nettop" will arrive in a few configurations, starting at about $230 running Windows Vista operating system. The processors in all models will be supplied by AMD not your everyday Intel Atom and will be able to accommodate an optical multi-drive as well as a Blu-ray disc player. The higher-priced model (at $650, including a 20-inch monitor) also gets an HDMI output, a 500-GB hard drive, and Windows 7 Home Premium. The Apple Mini, meanwhile, soldiers on the desktop, starting at $600 and recently updated with slightly faster processors and more memory.

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