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Mini Keyboard from Logitech

Logitech has unveiled the diNoVo Mini palm-sized keyboard with media remote and ClickPad in India.

Designed for people who’ve connected their PC to their TV, the compact, diNoVo Mini keyboard, using Bluetooth 2.0 makes it easy to control PC entertainment from a distance.

“The Logitech diNoVo mini keyboard extends Logitech’s tradition of developing innovative products to meet the changing times,” said Subrotah Biswas, Country Manager, India & SAARC, Logitech. “Today, more and more people are hooking up their PCs to their TVs. The sleek, minimalist design and thoughtful function make the diNoVo Mini keyboard the perfect complement to the living-room or home-theater PC.”
The diNoVo Mini keyboard features a keypad, dedicated hotkeys for media players and Web browsers, as well as prominent Page Up and Page Down buttons, which allow people to scroll when surfing the Web as well as zoom in and out of documents and images. The keyboard also offers a dedicated button that launches Windows Media Center, as well as a row of media controls that allow people to adjust volume and easily play, pause, stop, fast forward and rewind. Finally, the Page Up and Page Down buttons allow people to quickly change channels while watching Internet-based television.


The diNoVo Mini keyboard introduces a dual-purpose, round, thumb-sized ClickPad that can be used as a touch pad to point, scroll and click. It can also be used as a media remote and directional pad to navigate menus and make selections. The ClickPad features two backlight modes. When in touch-pad mode, the ClickPad is backlighted in orange. When in media-remote mode, the ClickPad’s directional buttons are backlighted in green.
The silver and black diNoVo Mini keyboard is priced at Rs. 9,495 and comes with a 3-year warranty.


September 15, 2008 Posted by | Desktop | , | Leave a comment

HP EliteBook

Finally HP launched the longer battery backup laptop called EliteBook-6930p. Which can deliver up to 24 hours of battery runtime.

“All-day computing has been the holy grail of notebook computing,” said Ted Clark, senior vice president and general manager, Notebook Global Business Unit, HP. “With the HP EliteBook 6930p, customers no longer have to worry about their notebook battery running out before their work day is over.”

HP batteries benefit from a combination of HP engineering and energy-efficient notebook components such as Intel solid-state hard drives (SSD) and mercury-free LED displays. The HP Illumi-Lite LED display boosts battery run time by up to 4 hours compared to traditional LCD displays, while the Intel SSD provides up to a 7 percent increase in battery life compared to traditional hard drives.

The initial Energy Star-qualified HP EliteBook 6930p configuration weighs in at 4.7 pounds (2.1 kilograms). It features a 14.1-inch diagonal widescreen display and is available with an optional, mercury-free Illumi-Lite LED display.

Built for the corporate road warrior, it features a shock-resistant hard drive, enhanced display panel and spill-resistant keyboard to help defend data against bumps, drops and spills. It was designed to meet the tough MIL-STD 810F military-standard tests that measure levels of environmental reliability and operation at extreme temperatures, while withstanding vibration and high humidity.

The inner magnesium shell of the notebook’s HP DuraCase is equipped with a honeycomb pattern that is thermally bonded to anodized aluminum for a solid construction.

Customers will be able to purchase an HP EliteBook with the new Intel high-performance SSDs in October.

HP hopes to remove all mercury – a material commonly found in notebook screens – from its entire notebook line by the end of 2010.

September 9, 2008 Posted by | Notebooks | | Leave a comment

Dell’s New Inspiron Mini 9


Dell has officially unveiled the Inspiron Mini 9 – a small, easy-to-carry device targeted at teens, tweens, travelers and “Tweeters”.

Calling it an Internet companion, Dell maintains that the Mini 9 can be fine-tuned to fit users’ specific needs. With a starting weight of 2.28 lbs, the Mini 9 features a durable design, with sealed keyboard, solid state drive (SSD) memory storage, an 8.9-inch glossy LED display (1024×600) and standard built-in Wi-Fi, webcam and Bluetooth.

Dell has teamed up with to offer exclusive web-based file storage, access and sharing to Inspiron Mini users, including a free Basic plan with 2GB of remote storage space, expandable to 25GB. 

The Inspiron Mini will include a direct link to a Dell-exclusive home page on, providing users with a way to add incremental online storage space to manage their digital lives. Individuals can upload files of any type to their Box, including photos, videos, music, documents and presentations, and then access those files from almost anywhere on any device.’s service requires no software to download. With its OpenBox platform, enables people to edit documents and photos directly from their web-browser and post media to their blog or social networks, further enhancing the mobility and user experience on the Inspiron Mini.


Individuals have a choice of two colors for the device – Obsidian Black or Alpine White. They can also choose between Windows XP or Ubuntu 8.04. The Inspiron Mini with Windows XP Home is available immediately starting at $399.


Inspiron Mini devices featuring an intuitive Dell-developed custom interface are expected to be available in a few weeks with a starting price of $349. 

The device also has an entire line of custom “Designed for Dell” backpacks, messenger bags and convertible cases from merchants including Timbuk2, though they are currently available in the United States, Canada and Europe only.

The Dell Inspiron Mini 9 is available now on in the U.S., Japan and select countries in Europe. Availability elsewhere will be handled on a country-by-country basis.

September 6, 2008 Posted by | Notebooks | , | Leave a comment

The first touch screen from BlackBerry


BlackBerry brings the phone which can compare to iPhone. But the look of the phone is awesome, better than iPhone. 

The BlackBerry Thunder was going to be RIM’s answer to the iPhone. With its large touch screen and seemingly sleek design, it could not go wrong. It’s even undergone a name change. It’s now called the BlackBerry 9530 Storm.

What reports are stating is that the 9530 will be launched in a CDMA version exclusively for Verizon. Of course the company is still working out the kinks in the handset. 

There’s no word yet on the official availability or the pricing so stay tuned.

September 6, 2008 Posted by | Mobile Phone | , | 1 Comment

New LG KC910 With 8MP Camera

LG was launching an upgrade to their LG KU990 Viewty and the handset was going to be called the KC910. This new ‘i-Killer’ from LG will come equipped with a whopping 8 megapixel auto-focus camera with a host of integrated features that will include geo-tagging since it’s equipped with internal GPS and of course a xenon flash.

The KC910 will have Wi-fi connectivity, a first for LG. The 3-inch display with a 240 x 400 pixel resolution, 3G with HSDPA speeds, microSD card support for external memory and Bluetooth with A2DP will make this handset tough to beat. Like the Viewty, the KC910 will also have support for DivX video playback, Dolby sound for music as well as XviD file support and TV out.

Reports say that it could be out in October. Pricing not set yet.

September 5, 2008 Posted by | Mobile Phone | , | Leave a comment