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New S-XGen Ultra Mobile Personal Computer and Communications Device from Seamless Offers Almost Full-sized Keyboard and up to Eight Hour Battery Life S-XGen First Practical UMPC for All-Day Computing and Communications on the Road CARSON CITY, NV, January 09, 2007 / PRNewswire / — A New Ultra Mobile Portable Computer (UMPC) and Communications device offering an innovative new design debuted today at the 2007 Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada. The S-XGen™ from Seamless Wi-Fi (OTC BB: SLWF) subsidiary Seamless Internet is the first UMPC to integrate all of the computing and digital functionality of other UMPC's in a design that offers a near full-size keyboard and an ultra-productive eight-hour battery life. Created for serious business users, the S-XGen combines several digital products into a single, easy-to-access device. The unit's extra long battery life and fold-out keyboard makes the S-XGen a serious full-day work partner that puts an end to frustrating text messaging-style 'dumb thumb' typing and 'low battery' AC-power searches. "Virtually all UMPC's offer similar applications but the S-XGen combines a variety of productivity-enhancing digital devices into a single platform that offers users the ability to be truly mobile powerhouses," said Al Reda, Chairman of Seamless Wi-FI. "The unit's industry-leading eight hour battery life makes the S-XGen a mobile device that seriously addresses the real needs of today's mobile road warriors – on a plane, in a taxi or out in the field." The S-XGen is a handheld device that eliminates the need for a separate laptop, cell phone, Tablet PC and PDA. Based around the intel PXA 270 Xscale™ 520 MHz processor, the base S-XGen includes 256MB of RAM, a 20GB hard drive and Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and tri-band cellular wireless and direct Ethernet, USB and RJ45 connectivity. A 4-inch TFT 470 x 280 resolution touch screen provides brilliant imagery and video web cam, microphone and media playback and gaming controls are built-in. The S-XGen comes ready to run with Microsoft® Windows® Pocket PC and Microsoft Office® Mobile Suite preinstalled. The total size of the S-XGen is approximately 6.5 inches long by 3.8 inches wide and it weighs only 14 oz. For real mobile productivity the most compelling attributes of the S-XGen are its Qwerty layout near full-size fold-out keyboard and a battery life rated at an industry high of up to 8 hours of use. The MSRP of the S-XGen with Microsoft Office included is $1,395.00. Units are shipping in Q1 2007. Seamless Internet is demonstrating the S-XGen at CES Booth Number IP 255 and IP 271 at the Sands Innovation Pavilion at the 2007 CES.
9 Jan 2007
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As we move into the all-important holiday sales season, the next generation of games will be available to consumers on Nintendo Wii, Microsoft Xbox 360 and the long-awaited Sony Playstation 3. As gaming platforms have set new standards with greater processing power and high-definition, game creators like Electronic Arts are faced with the challenge of creating the next generation of video games. Electronic Arts, the world leader in gaming, has met this challenge. Perennial hits like Madden NFL 07, For Speed Carbon and Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07 have been designed for high definition (HD). Today, when the Playstation 3 hits stores, consumers will be lining up to get their hands on the hottest holiday gift. EAs games bring the hardware to life. Games like Need For Speed Carbon are custom-designed for the Playstation 3 to take advantage of the motion-sensitive Sixaxis wireless controller and the platforms high-end cell processor. Electronic Arts announced that 30 games are currently in development for the Playstation 3 and also have dozens of games planned for the Xbox 360 and several custom-designed games for Nintendo Wii. For more information, visit,
22 Jan 2007
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Ever wonder if your computer is up to date for new games or other software, easily find out the amount of RAM and you CPU (processor) clock (speed).
29 Jan 2007
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19 Feb 2007
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Gamers Can Now Help Stanford University Researchers with the “FoldingHome” Project Now you can help fight cancer simply by playing video games from the comfort of your own home. Researchers at Stanford University have teamed up with Sony Computer Entertainment America, the makers of PlayStation, on the “FoldingHome” project. FoldingHome helps researchers study the folding, and more important, misfolding of human proteins, which can lead to understanding the cause and cure of diseases like cancer, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and cystic fibrosis. In order to study protein folding, researchers need more than just one super computer, but the massive processing power of thousands of networked computers. Previously, PCs have been the only option for scientists studying this, but now, they have a new, more powerful tool—PLAYSTATION 3 (PS3). The PS3’s cell processor is about 20 times faster at folding than a standard PC, giving even greater results in real time, allowing scientists to not only see but navigate the molecule in 3D. To take part voluntarily, gamers just need to click on the FoldingHome icon within the main menu of the PS3. Then whenever their game system is idle, it will automatically begin the real-time simulations and the PS3’s graphic chip actually allows you to watch the process first hand. You can even manipulate and study the protein strand yourself. Produced for Sony Computer Entertainment America
20 Mar 2007
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PC Design Peoples Choice Awards Runs Parallel to $1 Million Industry Competition for Stylish Computers Built with Intel Core 2 Duo Processors From today through April 19, people can visit and vote for their favorite concept PC design. Voters get to choose from designs submitted by companies competing for $1 million in the industry Intel Core Processor Challenge. A group of computer and design experts will award the winners in April, but consumers can now pick their favorite designs in a separate online Peoples Choice Award contest that also features a random $100 certificate giveaway to eligible voters. The Industry Vote Last September, Intel Corporation announced the Intel Core Processor Challenge contest with up to a $1 million bounty for PC designers and manufacturers worldwide to think beyond the traditional big, beige box computer designs. The contest aims to spur industry innovation in new, stylish home entertainment PC designs based on the multimedia optimized Intel Core processor and Intel Viiv technology. More than two dozen PC designs from 19 companies worldwide are vying over best style, acoustics, functionality and features. Entrants hail from eight countries. Ten semifinalists were chosen by Intel judges in March. In April, top designs will be selected by a group of computer and design experts, and winners are scheduled to be announced at the Intel Developer Forum in Beijing. More details about the Intel Core Processor Challenge are at The Peoples Choice Starting March 19, people can participate in the Intel Core Processor Challenge PC Design Peoples Choice Awards by visiting The PC Design People's Choice Awards allows consumers to view and vote for their favorite design and gives participating designers a chance to showcase their concept computers to the public. Each week for five weeks, one eligible voter will be randomly selected to win a $100 gift certificate. Voters may win only once. The Web site features photos, audio and video stories about PC history and the innovative people behind some of the creative designs competing in the industry challenge. Voters can add their comments about PC designs. On March 26, voters can return to the site and participate in conversations with guest bloggers, share photos, and submit short personal videos expressing why design and digital entertainment are important in their lives. Votes will be counted electronically and PC Design Peoples Choice Award winners are scheduled to be announced on April 20.
19 Mar 2007
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PC Design People's Choice Awards Runs Parallel to $1 Million Industry Competition for Stylish Computers Built with Intel Core 2 Duo Processors From today through April 19, people can visit and vote for their favorite concept PC design. Voters get to choose from designs submitted by companies competing for $1 million in the industry Intel Core Processor Challenge. A group of computer and design experts will award the winners in April, but consumers can now pick their favorite designs in a separate online People's Choice Award contest that also features a random $100 certificate giveaway to eligible voters.
17 Apr 2007
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SuperTooth Light allows you to call safely and legally while driving. It can be moved easily from one vehicle to another, and can be used in the car, office or home. It has a simple and refined design, with a price that's light on your pocket. * Metal mounting clip that can be installed on the drivers’ side sun visor, up or down. Use the clip to attach Supertooth Light with ease * User friendly - one button picks up the call - another button hangs up or rejects the call * 2 easy access key for volume control * Strong speaker provides crystal clear communication * Retractable microphone that uses Digital Signal Processor (DSP) technology which detects voice only, eliminating excess background noise * DSP filters both mic input and speaker output, giving communication clarity. * Battery is capable of 15 hours talk time and 800 hours standby time. * small - 122 x 60 x 18 mm * light - 15 grams
22 Apr 2007
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We tested the first UMPC (Ultra Mobile PC) from Sony - the Sony Vaio UX Mobile Computer - a few months ago. The 1.6lb Vista powered computer comes fully equipped with an Intel Centrino Duo processor, 40gb harddrive, Blue Tooth, Wi-Fi and touch screen not to mention a docking station and a slide out keyboard.
20 Jun 2007
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This is the video preview of a 3d SFX movie we are working on. As the name suggests, the movie emphasizes on a civilization living beyond the living dimensions. The residents of Kaalaakshi are far away from the usual concepts of life-and-death. They protect the living dimensions from the dark reign. But what if the evil overshadows the protectors itself ? PS: We require your views / comments / suggestions on this project so as to improvise our output. Most importantly, this trailer was prepared using a desktop of the very basic configuration - viz. 256 MB RAM, 2.4 GHz processor, no hardware accelerator. 3ds Max 6 & Combustion 4 were used. Owing to less resources, we had to compromise very much on the production. For more of our portfolio, do visit
1 Jul 2007
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The Gateway MX6956 Refurbished Notebook PC delivers enough power and technology to easily tackle the most demanding applications. The Intel Centrino Core Duo T2050 1.6GHz processor provides top-level performance for games, entertainment or multimedia applications, and its 1GB DDR2 memory, 160GB hard drive and DVD+/-RW optical drive make this Gateway laptop a rival for any home or office PC. The Gateway MX6956 Refurbished Notebook PC features a 15.4-Inch WXGA display and Intel's Graphics Media Accelerator 950 GPU, a 4-in-1 Digital Media Manager, and 802.11a-b-g Integrated wireless.
10 Jul 2007
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Check out the Gateway MT6451 Refurbished Notebook PC. This sleek, full-featured notebook boasts an AMD Turion 64 X2 Mobile TL-50 processor, Integrated ATI Radeon 1150M graphics, 1GB DDR2 memory, a 120GB 4200 RPM hard drive, a DVDRW dual layer optical drive, and a 15.4-inch display. Other outstanding features include a 6-in-1 media card reader, high-definition audio, integrated V.92 56K modem, and an S-Video port. The Gateway MT6451 Refurbished Notebook PC runs on Windows Vista Home Premium. If you're looking for a portable performer that's perfect for home, business, or entertainment, look no further than the Gateway MT6451 Refurbished Notebook PC.
10 Jul 2007
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The HP Pavilion a1720n desktop offers igh-performance computing that's ideal for business, home or personal use. It carries an Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 1.86GHz processor, 1GB of DDR2 memory, and a 320GB Serial ATA hard drive. This PC also features a DVD RW optical drive with Lightscribe. This makes the HP Pavilion a1720n great for multimedia entertainment as well as digital data storage. The HP Pavilion a1720n also has integrated Intel GMA950 graphics for seamless operation with Windows Vista. With the integrated LAN and PCI modem you'll have online access via Modem, DSL, or Cable Modem. You can also create a home network with your other computers! All these features run on Microsoft's Windows Vista Home Premium Edition, which gives you the tools to make working with digital photos and video clips fun and convenient.
10 Jul 2007
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The Intel DG33FBC is a full ATX form factor motherboard that supports a range of processors, including the Intel Core 2 Quad and Intel Core 2 Duo series. This board can support up to 8 GB of dual channel DDR2 800/667 MHz SDRAM memory. Premium features include support for Intel Viiv processor technology, Intel High Definition Audio (enabling 5.1 surround sound), Intel PRO 10/100/1000 Network Connection and 1394a. These provide stability and innovation, allowing consumers to enjoy a great digital entertainment experience. To get more out of your PC, choose the Intel DG33FBC motherboard.
10 Jul 2007
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This powerful Gateway GT5228 Media Center PC features an AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+ Dual-Core 2.2GHz socket AM2 processor, 2GB of DDR2 (PC-4200) memory, and a 250GB SATA II 7200 RPM hard drive. The GT5228's integrated NVIDIA GeForce 6100 graphics will make your games, movies and photos come alive. With an onboard Dual-Layer DVD RW burner, you can record up to 8.5GB of video per disc as well as watch your movies on most DVD players and DVD-Rom drives. Not only is it easy to import your digital photography, you can even touch them up for a professional appearance and create your own instant slideshow presentations, complete with music and special video effects. Or get creative with home movies using Microsoft Windows Movie Maker 2.1, with over 100 transitions and effects. This affordable PC runs on Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 -- an advanced, intuitive operating system that's designed for multimedia entertainment.
11 Jul 2007
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The Gateway MX6959 Refurbished Laptop Computer delivers the power and technology necessary to tackle the most demanding applications. An Intel Centrino Core 2 Duo T5500 1.66GHz processor provides top-level performance for games, entertainment or multimedia applications. This Core 2 Duo CPU along with 1GB DDR2 memory, 100GB hard drive and Dual Layer DVD+/-RW burner make this Gateway laptop a rival for any of your home or office PCs. The Gateway MX6959 Refurbished Notebook PC also features a 15.4-Inch Ultrabright WXGA display, Intel's Graphics Media Accelerator 950 GPU, a 4-in-1 Digital Media Manager, and 802.11a-b-g Integrated wireless.
12 Jul 2007
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