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Matrix One is a $99 ICS tablet that could ship to retailers next month

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From Barcelona to Hanover to Vegas and Taipei, we've seen our fair share of low-end Android tablets, some of which actually offer a bit of promise, and get it done for under 200 bucks. And while even a few sub-$100… Go To Full Article

Boogie Board Jot eWriting pad hands-on

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It's been quite some time since we've heard from Improv Electronics, maker of writing tablets such as the Boogie Board Rip. The company was on hand at CEA today to tease its latest device, the Boogie Board Jot, which like… Go To Full Article

Polaroid Z2300 hands-on

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Polaroid. The brand is iconic, to put it lightly. In the post film age however, the company has fought to stay relevant without completely sacrificing its identity at the altar of the digital photography gods. The solution has been cramming… Go To Full Article

FutureDash EnergyBuddy hands-on (video)

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We've seen more than a few energy monitors, but how many of them offer a pretty light show on the side? The EnergyBuddy -- first unveiled as a prototype at CES but just now inching toward a full launch --… Go To Full Article

QNAP TS-669 Pro @ techPowerUp

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QNAP's TS-669 Pro NAS boasts six drive bays, which lets you create RAID arrays of up to 24 TB. Thanks to its Atom dual-core processor and dual Gigabit Ethernet, the device was responsive throughout all our testing. If you need… Go To Full Article

CORSAIR Vengeance 2000 Wireless 7.1 Gaming Headset Review

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Wireless keyboards and mice are still the most commonly used peripherals. However, wireless headsets have slowly become very popular with both PC and console gamers alike despite their increased cost over regular wired headsets. CORSAIR, better known world wide for… Go To Full Article

iOS 6: fragmentation and segmentation

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Benedict Evans: "How do you segment without fragmenting? Apple achieved this pretty easily with the iPod by varying the storage, but that wouldn't be meaningful for the iPhone. The cheap one has to run the apps, but people still have… Go To Full Article

Acer Iconia Tab A700 review

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We'll skip the long contextual intro about how high-powered Tegra 3 tablets are becoming a dime a dozen and get straight to the meat: the new Acer Iconia Tab A700 is an NVIDIA-powered slate with a super-charged screen. Yes, this… Go To Full Article

Intel Haswell-EP Platform Detailed

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A certain DRAM major's frantic lobbying for the arrival of DDR4 seems to be paying off, as we're seeing some of the first leaks of information related to Intel's next-generation enterprise platform, Haswell-EP, slated for 2013-2014. Three crucial slides related… Go To Full Article

Seagate teams up with DensBits for SSD development

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Although Seagate has a line of Pulsar solid-state drives designed for enterprise markets and a small collection of hybrids for notebooks, it's thus far shied away from producing consumer-grade SSDs. Looks like that's about to change. The hard drive maker… Go To Full Article

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