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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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Microsoft introduces Windows 7 DVD to USB download tool

Posted by dillesh on December 12, 2009

Is your optical drive not working fine and you are desperately looking for a way to install Windows 7 onto your machine? Here comes the solution from Microsoft in the form of a tool, Windows 7 USB/DVD that creates a bootable USB stick from a Windows 7 DVD. The tool is open source and available for free on the Microsoft site. So, you are no more dependent on a DVD, a USB stick is enough to get your work done.

[via slashgear]

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Xbox 360 802.11n Wireless N Networking Adapter due to hit stores on November 10 for $87.99

Posted by dillesh on November 7, 2009


Microsoft’s much awaited Xbox 360 Wireless N Networking Adapter is set to launch on November 10 from Costco site which primary job is to support 802.11n to the Xbox 360. A sign of good news for gaming lovers here is that, the price of the device  has come down from $100 to $87.99 which it was expected to release previously.  Every gamer would expect that the price drops down further by the time it reaches the stores.

[via engadget]

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