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Microsoft Arc Keyboard is scheduled to release on February 21st, will be available first at Best Buy

Posted by dillesh on January 10, 2010

Microsoft adds a new wireless keyboard called Arc to its line of devices. The Arc is believed to be a small, thin, lightweight and offers the end users the portability to carry the device wherever we want. The keyboard has given a special care to its design and not to miss the function. The Arc has come up with some exciting features, a 2.4GHz wireless dongle called as stowable nano transceiver situated at the bottom of they keyboard which helps in retrieving the device if it is lost when you are on travel. Read the rest of this entry »


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QUALCOMM to support Google Chrome OS

Posted by dillesh on January 10, 2010

CEO of Qualcomm, Paul Jacobs announces at the CES 2010 that they have added Google Chrome OS which is in development phase to their list of supported platforms and aims to run it in cheap computers and netbooks. Also confirms that, there is no truth in the spread rumors that they would release a Snapdragon-based Chrome OS smartbook.

But, Qualcomm is in its way to release two new Snapdragon chipsets in this year, which include a 1.3 GHz Snapdragon 8X50A and the dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon 8X72. Additionally he adds that there are almost 15 companies developing over 40 products which are based on Snapdragon processor. Qualcomm is aiming to deploy in mobile and low cost computing devices.

[via slashgear]

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VIA Technologies Announces Industry’s Fastest USB 3.0 to SATA Controller

Posted by dillesh on January 10, 2010

VIA Technologies has unveiled a new SuperSpeed USB device called VIA VL700 USB 3.0-SATA Controller and is show cased at CES 2010. The VIA VL700 USB 3.0-SATA controller is a highly integrated single chip solution that allows you to connect SATA hard disk drive (HDD), solid state drive (SSD), and optical disc drive (ODD) devices to the PC through the USB 3.0 specification ports. Read the rest of this entry »

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