Ascer has added two new notebooks to its ranger with the launch of the Acer Aspire Ethos 8915G and the Aspire Ethos 591G, and what makes them interesting is that they come with a removable touchpad.
The Acer Aspire Ethos 8915G features an 18.4 inch notebook, whilst the Aspire Ethos 591G is a 15.6 inch notebook, and both models are available with a range of Intel Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 processors.
Back in April we heard a rumor that Sony would be supplying Apple with an 8 megapixel camera sensor for the iPhone 5, the news came from Sony’s Howard Stringer, who said that supplying companies like Apple would be difficult after the Japanese earthquake.
As Sony doesn’t supply Apple with anything, this lead to speculation that Sony would supply the camera unit for the iPhone 5, and now Digitimes are reporting that both Sony and OmniVision will be supplying an 8 megapixel for the iPhone 5.
About 90% of the CIS orders for Apple’s new iPhone will be supplied by OmniVision, while Sony takes up the remainder, the sources said. The upcoming device will feature a built-in 8-megapixel camera, the sources added. Continue reading
Logitech has added another lap desk to its range with the launch of the Logitech Touch Lapdesk N600, and it features a built in 5 inch, retractable multi-touch touchpad, that has a range of multi-touch features, including moving the pointer with one finger, scroll using two, and swipe through pages or pictures with three.
The 10-month delay for the white iPhone 4 was notable for being very un-Apple like. A company whom prides themselves, their products, and their brand image so much is normally very precise in how/when they release products. But let’s not rehash the past. What’s done is done. The white iPhone 4 is finally here — 10 months later. So what exactly was changed internally to correct the long rumored issues with light bleeding into the camera and the faulty proximity sensor? Continue reading
This DIY low budget Cyclops visor comes from the same dude who came up with the DIY Magneto Helmet we’ve posted yesterday.
BRC Designs has created a new table, BNR01110100 011000010110 001001101100 01100101-01 or the “Binary Table 01″, that is entirely composed of discarded (outdated) electronics. The substructure consists of old computer towers clad with a patchwork circuit-board exoskeleton. The glass tabletop was likewise salvaged from an abandoned warehouse. Continue reading