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Speciality Laptops

Lenovo release the Classmate+


A kid’s laptop from Lenovo sounds like a great idea, but these are basically netbooks with a toughened casing. However, this machine does offer a 10.1 inch LED back light display, powered by an Intel Atom N455 processor, it also comes with a choice of a 1GB or 2GB of RAM and offers up to 250GB hard drive or SSD option.

These are the spec details of the Classmate+ from the Intel and Le

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VTech launch the InnoPad


The InniPad from VTech is sort of a tablet device aimed at kids aged between four and nine, it is reminiscent of those Texas Instrument devices of the past, except in this the computing power is substantially improved.

The device offers a five inch touch sensitive screen, with built in tile sensor, plugs for microphone and headphones and ports for USB and SD cards. The programmes come in the form of cartridges, which is another feature from past machines.

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Suli launch the SL 7 Tablet


When you think of a cheap tablets, you would not normally expect them to amount to much, but the SL 7 Tablet device from Suli looks to be slightly different to the usual cheaper tablet devices on the market.

The SL 7 is of course a seven inch display tablet with capacitive multi touch technology and a Rockchip RK2818 (ARM 9 600 mhz + 550 mhz new high performance DSP) per

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PeeWee launch Pivot 2.0


The idea of kid’s laptops is not new, as there are plenty of examples around, but PeeWee has come up with a convertible tablet computer that runs on Intel technology and has been child proofed with tough plastic features to protect the machine from bumps and scrapes.

Included in with the deal are some educational games, security and other software, but the specs of the machine are

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The PeeWee Pivot Tablet Laptop for kids


The PeeWee Pivot Tablet Laptop comes with a rotating touch screen; this can easily convert from traditional laptop format with keyboard entry to a resistive touch tablet.

The mini laptop has been design with kids in mind but without losing any of the main features that you would expect to find in a standard netbook used by adults.

Microsoft® Windows 7 Starter, Microsoft® Works 9.0 and lots of other great software Pre-Installed – the

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The $35 Touchscreen Tablet arrives


As incredible as it may sound, this is not a typo or mistake, a touchscreen tablet style computer has gone on sale in India at the staggering price of just $35! If you think that is low then think again because the makers are planning to drop the price further in order to offer the nation a $10 computer!

The device is primarily designed to be used by students, but eventually these computers could be rolled out to everyone in the country that wants one.

Clearly this device is not going to compete with the iPad, but it demonstrates that getting people online and using computers

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From Russia with love


No this is not a James Bond movie, but a bunch of tablets designed and built in Russia, which goes to show that not all new computers are built in China.

However, this is not one but five models in the range with different screen sizes from five to seven inches and packing all sorts of different features and specs.

Here are the details of the Rover tablets from Russia:

7 inch touch screen tablet called the Air G70 which will run Windows CE 6.0 with 4 other models running Google Android, the Air G70 has a 667MHz ARM11 CPU, 256MB of RAM, 4GB of flash storage, Wi-Fi, a Mic

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Home energy management device


This is a device from Cisco that is supposed to help the consumer keep tab on their power usage; it lets the user know everything that is going on in the home, right down to suggesting ways of how the consumer can improve on their power usage.

Here are the specs and features of the Cisco

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The J3500 slate from Motion


This is an interesting slate PC from Motion Computing, but unlike other devices on the market, this one is being market as tough and powerful, not necessarily in the order either! It has a nice twelve inch display, is powered by the Intel Core i5 or i7 processor and can be used with either Windows XP or 7.

Here are the features for the J3500 slate tablet PC:

Extra-durable Corning Gorilla™ glass, offering up to a 4 times improvement in breakage resistance1, and new anti-smear coating for improved visibility

Enhanced system storage, with available 160GB hard disk drive

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E Reader aimed at the kids market


The Taiwan based company Aiptek have launched these E Readers that are clearly aimed at the kids market, as the devices are coloured in pink and blue. However, despite all of that these are handy devices offering an eight inch display, 1 GB of internal memory and the opportunity to expand this up to 16 GB with the use of an SD card.

Here are the features and specs of the interesting Aiptek E Book reader:

8-inch TFT LCD display at 800 x 600 resolution

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