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These compact machines weigh only 1.7kg and feature a super slim chassis with a height of just 44mm, enabling them to easily slip into a laptop bag.

 
 
A striking feature which this all-in-one desktop carries is an on-board TV tuner with Idea Touch software. Now, one can watch TV, browse the Internet or play games.
The MID AC100, at 870 gm, is extremely light for a 10.1-inch netbook. The technology major claims it also offers an incredibly long standby battery time of 7 days.
In order to tap the children's computing market, technology and computer hardware company HCL Infosystems launched the children's educational computer series.
LG has added another smartphone to its list in India, launching the Optimus 7, which runs on Windows Phone 7.

Apple has unveiled two new MacBook Air ultralight laptops that has features from the iPhone and iPad as well.

In the end, the name was not the much-dreaded BlackPad, but the much smarter sounding PlayBook. It will be only 9.7 millimeters thick and have a 7-inch screen.
At its annual Nokia World event in London, Nokia unveiled the three new devices-E7, C7 and C6-all using the latest Symbian software.
 
 
The A60 will be a touch phone with 2.8 inch resistive display operating on Android v2.1 with a dual SIM facility, with which the phone can support two GSM SIM cards.
Samsung Mobile is focusing on smartphones and along with Android and Windows the company has now introduced three more devices on its Bada operating system.
The company's new SP 890 projector is a valued investment at Rs 1.96 lakh, which balances between high-end features and imaging with sophistication.
The handset, priced at Rs 12,900, is equipped with Android operating system, a 3.2-inch multi-touch screen, five mega-pixel camera and Wi-Fi.
E7 comes with an 8 megapixel camera and 16GB of on-board storage. The smartphone is able to shoot and edit 720p video and offers 18 days of standby.
Acer collaborated with sports car-maker Ferrari to design the smartphone, which uses Qualcomm's Snapdragon chipset, the company said.
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