Review: Canon Imageformula P-150 mobile scanner

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The Canon Imageformula P-150 is the latest mobile scanner from Canon. It sells for under $300 online, and can scan at duplex up to 20 sheets per sitting. A perfect portable scanning companion for your mobile office. Definitely compact in size, light-weight and measuring only 11 x 3.7 x 1.6-inches, the P-150 is thin enough to slip in your laptop bag or rucksack.

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Nokia X6 16GB in North America by “end of February 2010″

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Nokia has yet another hot new cell phone for you to consider and it’s got a big touchscreen to go with its loads of internal storage.

The Nokia X6 is now reportedly available at Nokia’s flagship stores as well as for pre-order online Nokia’s website. So, if you happen to find yourself in Chicago or New York, feel free to open up your wallet, otherwise sit back and wait for your shipment that ships by the “end of February 2010.”

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Belkin’s USB 3.0 products 3x faster than USB 2.0, 10x more expensive

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If your the guy who has to have the latest, fastest, and most up to date technologies, then Belkin’s SuperSpeed USB 3.0 peripherals may be for you. The price is steep, at $40 for a USB 3.0 cable measuring only 4 feet, but you can expect transfer speeds “three times faster than USB 2.0,” if you have any USB 3.0 devices to begin with.

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Dell Latitude 13 and Precision M6500 for Business Users

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Just because you want to get a business-level notebook computer does not mean that you have to do away with style and portability. The newly refreshed Dell Latitude 13 is, in fact, the world’s thinnest 13-inch commercial client laptop. For a little more oomph, though, you may want the Dell Precision M6500 instead.

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REVIEW: LG Eve GW620R Android Smartphone

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One thing that really changed in 2009 was the increasing popularity of the Google Android platform. In the beginning, we only had the T-Mobile G1 (HTC Dream G1) if we wanted to get into the Android thing, but now there are several other manufacturers getting in on some Google-fueled action. There’s the Motorola Droid from […]

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REVIEW – iSkin Cerulean RX Stereo Bluetooth Receiver

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Wouldn’t it be nice if you could use your iPod speaker dock with your Bluetooth-enabled music phone? Stereo Bluetooth (A2DP) makes it so that you can stream music from up to 30 feet away, but most speaker systems do not come equipped with Bluetooth. Perhaps the simplest solution to this is the iSkin Cerulean RX […]

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USB 3.0 To Arrive in 2009, Should We Care?

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I don’t know about you, but I’m much more interested in wireless USB technology than I am in the faster throughput promised by USB 3.0. The current word is that the USB 3.0 standard will get pushed into the marketplace sometime in 2009, slowly phasing out the USB 2.0 standard that we are using today. […]

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REVIEW: Fujitsu ScanSnap S300 Portable PDF Scanner

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It’s time to go portable. We’ve gone mobile with just about every aspect of your home computers. There are notebook mice that you can stuff in your pocket. There are webcams that can easily fit into the smallest of laptop bags. But what about scanners? Scanners have typically been quite large, but this is seriously […]

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High-Speed USB 3.0 Spec Expected For First Half 2008

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We’ve been stuck with the USB 2.0 standard for quite some time now, so just as every other standard gets upgrades, so will it. According to the USB 3.0 Promoters Group, the new specification should be ready during the first half of 2008 with USB 3.0 devices getting developed and released shortly thereafter. Among the […]

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Daisy chaining USB 3.0 drives

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Visionaries wait for technology to catch up to them. Such is the case with Memory Infinite, a link drive that has a male plug at one end and a female plug at the other end, allowing you to hook up a presumably infinite number of USB drives and expand your memory in an infinite direction. […]

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Skyspring RAZR-like camera phone with 3 megapixels, autofocus

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Well, look what we found waltzing around at the ol’ FCC office. Skyspring has beat Motorola to the punch, developing a RAZR-like clamshell that comes with a high-resolution 3.0 megapixel camera, complete with autofocus. Based on the media controls on the outside, you have to assume that the SP-770 (as it is apparently known) also […]

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Gigabyte g-Smart i120 smartphone with unique keypad

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Smartphones can take on many different forms. Some prefer to boast full QWERTY keyboards in some fashion, maybe with a sliding device. Others prefer a touchscreen interface. The latest smartphone from Gigabyte, the g-Smart i120, does something I don’t think I’ve seen before: the five way navigator is beside the numpad and not above it. […]

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The skinny on the Pentax Optio T20

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Pentax has got a skinny digital camera coming down the assembly line and they’re claiming it is the world’s slimmest with the three-inch LCD class. The Optio T20 is just 19.5mm (0.77″) thick, after all. You won’t find any advanced DSLR-type things here, as the T20 is designed with point-and-shooters in mind. Utter simplicty but […]

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