Fujitsu LifeBook N6410

The Fujutsu Lifebook is a semi desktop replacement. It’s heavy at 10lbs and has a 17″ WXGA+ screen. It’s powered by a 1.66Ghz Core Duo T2300 processor with an ample 1Gb DDR2 RAM. It’s a great for multimedia and not too bad for games either. It has a huge 320Gb of storage space. Of course it has wi-fi 🙂 and and express card slot. You can buy one for $1549.


Via: LaptopMag

Jabra JX10 Bluetooth Headset

The Jabra JX10 is another Bluetooth headset to hit the market soon. Full specs are below and the device will retail for about $179.99.


* Less than 1/3 oz
* Size: L: 11/2 x W: 3/4 x D: 3/4 inches
* Digital sound enhancement via DSP technology
* One-touch pairing button
* Optional charging from PC via USB
* Complete with desktop charging cradle and carry pouch
* Up to 6 hours talk time and up to 200 hours standby
* Multi-colored LED light indicator for status on Bluetooth, battery and charging
* 2 different wearing styles with or without the earhook
* Easy accessible volume control
* Answer/end call
* Voice dial*
* Last-number redial*
* Reject call*
* Call hold/call wait*
* Bluetooth 1.2 supporting headset and hands-free profile

Matrox Box – 3 Screens

Using 2 or more monitors on your PC can increase productivity. Have you ever wanted to copy data from a spreadsheet in to a word document and you get fed up of minimizing one window to see the other. Having 2+ screens can help. I use 2 screens at home and run email on 1 screen and terminal services etc… and browse the internet on the other screen. This offers a great improvement to my productivity allowing me to work on a system while following notes on another screen.

Matrox have introduced a $300 TripleHead2Go device which increases the “real estate” in front of you. You set the resolution on your laptop or PC to higher and then plug your output in to the box and the box in to 3 19″ Flat Panel Displays (no doubt for $300 you only get the TripleHead2Go box). This gives you a combined resolution of 3840×768 which is far better for spreading your windows about on your computer. Also note that it all acts just like one big desktop and if you want a window over on the right you just drag it to the right like you would on a single screen setup.

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Wall Socket PC… Great Idea

A British firm are to unveil a wall socket PC (pictured below). The wall socket PC is a thin client terminal which can be powered by ethernet and fits in to the wall. The device starts at £209.

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Thin Client, courtesy of Wikipedia.
A thin client is a computer (client) in client-server architecture networks which has little or no application logic, so it has to depend primarily on the central server for processing activities. The word “thin” refers to the small boot image which such clients typically require – perhaps no more than required to connect to a network and start up a dedicated web browser or “Remote Desktop” connection such as X11, Citrix ICA or Microsoft RDP.