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Belkin Conserve Gateway Router System (2)

Energy conservation has become a big deal nowadays, even in the home. Belkin Conserve has been developing devices to help homes to conserve energy. In its new Belkin Conserve Gateway router system, it aims to provide real time insight to energy use in the home. The Belkin Conserve Gateway router system works with your home's smart meter to provide data about energy usage. It will allow you to easily track and also reduce energy use. The router system will provide reports on home energy usage through a simple yet elegant web interface. Users may be able to even track down energy usage even when they are a thousand miles away since it can be accessed online. The Belkin Conserve Gateway has recently been made available at Belkin. There's no data yet available on how much it is expected to cost. Image Source: Belkin Conserve Read More

Gateway Introduces Latest Notebook with WiMAX (1)

Gateway introduces its latest addition to the NV line of notebooks. The Gateway NV59C66u features WiMAX capabilities, which depends on which WiMAX service provider the user would choose. WiMAX enables users to be online with their computers even while going around places. The new notebook also has an tone-on-tone espresso-colored metallic chassis that looks stylish and modern. Other specs include a choice between Intel Core i3 and Core i5, as well as AMD Athlon and AMD Turion, hard drives ranging from 320 GB to 500GB, 4GB of DDR3 memory that can be expanded to 8GB, a high-def LED-backlit TFT widescreen display (size depending on the model), HDMI port, an Intel Centrino Advanced-N+WiMAX 6250 Wireless Card, and an integrated WiFi connectivity. The Gateway NV59C66u is now available, costing US$699.99. Source: CrunchGear Read More

Gateway Releases LT32 Netbook Line (3)

Gateway announced the release of their new line of netbooks. The new LT32 line uses AMD's NEO processors and ATI graphics, has 11.6-inch ultrabright HD LED monitor with 1366 x 768 resolution and 16:9 ratio aspect, 384MB RAM, 250GB hard disk drive, integrated HD webcam, WiFi, three USB 2.0 ports, multiple card reader, and a multi-gesture touchpad. The HD factor in this netbook makes the Gateway LT32 netbook a step ahead of its contemporaries. It will become available at an unspecified future for US$449.99. Source: CrunchGear Read More

Gateway Adds Two New All-in-One PCs for the Cost-Conscious (1)

Gateway unveils two new touchscreen all-in-one desktop PCs as additions to its line of One ZX Series desktop computers. The ZX4300 runs on high-performance AMD Athlon II X2 processors, while the ZX6900 is boosted from Intel's Core i3 and i5 processors, plus a Blu-ray player to boot. The Gateway One ZX4300 series includes powerful desktop components for increased performance and no-compromise computing. The ZX4300-01e, for instance, features AMD Athlon II X2 235e processor, 640GB SATA hard drive, 4GB DDR3 memory, ATI Radeon HD 4270 graphics chipset, Windows 7 Home Premium Edition, 20-inch HD touchscreen LCD with 1600 x 900 resolution, 8x DVD+/-R/RW SuperMulti optical drive, multi-in-one digital media card reader, wireless keyboard and mouse, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, and 6 USB 2.0 ports. Meanwhile, the One ZX6900 series features a 23-inch touchscreen, ideal for enhanced entertainment experience. The ZX6900-01e includes an Intel Core i3 530 processor, Intel Graphics Media Accelerator HD graphics, 4GB DDR3 memory, 640GB SATA hard drive, 4x Blu-ray player and combo DVD burner, eSATA and HDMI ports, and 5.1 channel audio support. The ZX4300-01e will be available on the first week of June at leading retailers, costing US$749.99, while the ZX6900-01e is now available for $1,019.99. Additional models will be available in the coming months and will include TV tuners and faster processors. Source: Engadget Related articles Gateway Refreshes Its Stylish All-in-One Touch-Screen ZX Series PCs, Bringing More Value Than Ever to Students, Seniors and Families ( AMD Unveils Two New Six Core Processors And 890FX Chipset ( Intel To Announce New Core i5/i7 Processors In Q2, 2010 ( Read More

Gateway One ZX All-In-One Desktop PC (0)

Once ignored due to the rise of laptops, desktop computers are now being given a cooler and more functional vibe as they evolve into all-in-one PCs that eliminate the need of bulky CPU towers.Gateway has released its latest all-in-one desktop computer called the One ZX.  With the integration of a widget-driven multitouch interface and Windows 7, the Gateway One ZX lets you navigate through your photo albums, music playlists, movies, online games, social networks, and other applications right at your fingertips.This desktop comes with your choice of Intel Pentium Dual-Core or Core2 Quad Processors.  The 23-inch ZX6800 is optimized for the multimedia user who loves his games and movies, featuring a 1080p LCD, 1TB hard drive, 8GB of RAM, an integrated HD webcam, DVD reader and writer, and 5.1 surround-sound card.  Meanwhile, the ZX4800 is ideal for students or small businesses and costs about half as much.  You can check out the other models on Gateway's website. Image source:  Gateway Inc. Read More

Gateway 820GM Media Center PC (0)

The Gateway 820GM Media Center PC is quite a good deal for a computer with its capabilities. Its notable feature is its quiet and virtually soundless operation that would be an added bonus if you relish a bit more peace and quiet. The Gateway 820GM Media Center PC also comes with a wonderful array of functions and features that one would look for in a Media PC. It 820GM comes equipped with a 3 GHz Pentium 4 530 processor with 1GB of RAM. Its media features make it an attractive PC to have for its price range. The 820GM can also be bought with a dual-format DVD Burner along with its primary DVD ROM drive. The 820 GM also comes with a 250 GB hard drive and a 128 MB ATI Radeon X300SE graphics card. One of the drawback 820GM Media Center PC is its bulky tower case. The Mini-tower design of the PC, which also houses the super silent cooling fans of the CPU, may not suit well for people who look to save some bit of space. But for those people who might not consider style and size for choosing a media PC, then the 820GM would do just fine and more. Read More

Google Chromebook's Security Features Worry Anti-Virus Developers (1)

When Google introduced its upcoming Chromebook notebook, it claimed that its gadget would put an end to security hassles. "Chromebooks have many layers of security built in so there is no anti-virus software to buy and maintain. Even more importantly, you won't spend hours fighting your computer to set it up and keep it up to date," Google proudly proclaimed. To the consumers, this statement sounds exciting; for online security companies, not so much. Trend Micro's security consultant Rik Ferguson disagrees with Google's take on anti-virus software, stating that it risks repeating the same security mistakes Apple he claimed to have made. The Chromebook will run on Google Chrome OS, which touts many security features, including process sandboxing (preventing apps from interfering with each other), automatic updating, and a reversion to the most-recent safe state when problems are detected. Also, every app that runs on Chrome OS will run in the browser, except for browser plug-ins. This is where Ferguson says the problem begins, as Google has offered a Chrome OS SDK to develop native apps, which could become a gateway to malware. Ferguson also suggests that sandboxing is not an assurance that bad apps would infiltrate the rest of the computer, which he says has been disproven in a number of browsers and software. He also worries that storing every data to the cloud (as the Chromebook does not have a hard disk) would simply shift the focus of scammers from obtaining data on a compromised device to stealing authentication keys. "If I can infect you for one session and steal your keys, well then I'll get what I can while I'm in there and then continue accessing your stuff in the cloud; after all, I've go your keys now, I don't need your PC anymore," Ferguson adds. He stresses that people should not consider his statements as black propaganda, but rather a friendly reminder that attackers are as innovative as manufacturers. Source: The Register Read More

MobiWire S Phone, The Secure Smartphone (2)

Business people usually take great care about protecting company information. Getting such information in the wrong hands can prove quite disastrous. Mobile communications used today may not offer the required level of security that most business people would wish for. It is for this reason that MobiWire may have developed the S Phone, a smartphone that has security features not currently available in most mobile phones. The MobiWire S Phone was developed in partnership with secure communications firm ERCOM to provide business professionals with a smartphone able to provide a more secure voice and data communication. The new security smartphone features a Cryptosmart embedded security engine developed by ERCOM using MobiWire's Core UX User Interface software. Internal security for this secure smartphone can make it quite difficult for data stored on the smartphone to be tampered with. The MobiWire S Phone also comes with a Cryptosmart microSD Card, a Cryptosmart CardManager for PC and a Cryptosmart Gateway hosted behind a corporate firewall. This highly secure smartphone is targeted for business professionals who take data security quite seriously in and out of the office. Since the S Phone has just been introduced recently, there's no word yet from MobiWire when it will be available or how much it will cost to own this tamper proof secure smartphone. Image Source: MobiWire Read More

Vue Personal Wireless Video Network (0)

Surveillance cameras have become an important part of many households that value security. But in most cases, some fail to have them because it can be quite complicated to install. But the Vue Personal Wireless Video Network can make it easy for homes to have their own video surveillance set up conveniently.The Vue Personal Wireless Video Network makes it easier for people to install a security camera in their homes. It allows remote viewing through the Internet. The wireless gateway is plugged into the router and wirelessly connect two wireless cameras. The cameras themselves are easy to place anywhere since they come with peel and stick magnetic mounts. This is the basic setup but the wireless gateway can accommodate up to 50 cameras. Just place the camera within 300 feet of the gateway and they stay connected all the time.The wireless cameras have their own internal batteries that can last for up to a year of continuous use. Users can then view what the wireless camera sees online through the VueZone site. First year of use is free although a monthly fee may be charged on the second year onwards. The basic Vue Personal Wireless Video Network is priced at US$300 and is available at VueZone.Image Source: VueZone  Read More

MSI X-Slim X600 (0)

Not too long ago, MSI introduced its ultrathin laptop called the X-Slim X600.  With a thickness of just 0.75 inches, people are baffled how MSI was able to stuff all those powerhouse features in that compact body.We are talking about the low-power 1.4GHz Core 2 Solo SU3500 processor, a multimedia-friendly graphics processing unit in the form of ATI 512MB Radeon HD 4330, and a 500GB hard drive.  It also offers WiFi, Bluetooth, HDMI output, and an Ethernet connection.  And at a price of $799, critics such as Laptop Mag called the MSI X-Slim X600 a worth-to-buy item.However, they also noted that if you prefer an ultrathin laptop with Blu-ray or one with better horsepower, you might as well turn your head to competing models such as the Sony VAIO NW or the Gateway NV.  Still, the MSI X-Slim S600 can be hard to resist if you prefer style over substance.Image source:  MSI Read More

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