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Samsung Gravity 2 Now Available In Deep Ocean Colour For $49

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It looks like this one slipped under the radar. The Deep Ocean colour for the Samsung Gravity 2 is now available. Unfortunately, it comes at a slight premium. The original Berry Mauve colour is available for free on a 2-year contract but you'll have to spend $49.99 for the Deep Ocean colour on a 2-year Even More plan. It should be available for free soon somewhere but you'll have to wait around for that. Check it out on T-Mobile here.


Dell Inspiron 19 All In One PC Spotted At Walmart? Launch Imminent

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You may remember that the Dell Inspiron One 19 all in one PC hit Japan in October last year. Well, someone appears to have spotted it in their local Walmart which is a good thing since it hasn't hit USA yet - until now. This all in one PC features an 18.5-inch touchscreen display, an Intel Pentium dual-core E5400 CPU, 4GB of RAM, a 640GB of HDD storage, and Windows 7. This PC is expected to launch for around $600 and hopefully Dell makes an announcement soon.


HTC Supersonic Briefly Shows Itself In a Video!

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Uh oh, what's this? Yeah, that's right, it's the HTC Supersonic and it's been caught in a short video. This is the HTC handset that will supposedly run Android 2.1 (with Sense UI), a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, WiMAX, and a giant 4.3-inch touchscreen display. It's still unannounced at this point, but it'll likely hit Sprint in the future.

[Mobile Crunch]

Samsung Gravity For Fido Is "Coming Soon!"

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Sure, the Samsung Gravity 2 is already available but it's actually not much of an upgrade from the first model. The original Samsung Gravity looks like it's headed to Canada's Fido in the near future for $25 on a 2-year contract. Apparently, it'll be launching on March 16th, but it's not confirmed right now.

[Mobile Syrup]

Asus Unveils PL30JT Business Notebook With Optimus Technology

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CeBIT is already over but this new notebook from Asus was spotted with only a couple of people noticing. I'm talking about the Asus PL30JT notebook which is intended for business use. Of course, if the price is right I'd be able to get one too - considering that I recently spilled hot chocolate all over my keyboard so some of the keys aren't working right now. Enough with my life, let's get to the specs shall we?

It's packing a 13.3-inch display with a 1,366 x 768 resolution, an Intel Core i5-520UM CPU, up to 8GB of RAM, up to a 640GB HDD, Nvidia GeForce 310M graphics, Optimus technology, and Asus' own Turbo33 technology "which promises to 'enhance performance by up to 33%.'" The price and release date hasn't been mentioned yet, but I'm actually looking forward to it.

[Engadget, Softpedia]

HP Slate Shows Off Flash and AIR On Video

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Two new videos of the HP Slate have just been spotted on YouTube, but they were actually put up late last week. In the video it shows us that this Slate will have Flash support and it also shows off some AIR applications which shouldn't be surprising since it has the Windows 7 OS on there. Unfortunately, you'll have to use the built-in Windows keyboard which doesn't look like it'll be easy. The specs are still pretty much unknown so for now you can enjoy the videos below.


Samsung SHW-M120S To Be the World's First Android Handset With Bluetooth 3.0

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Bluetooth 3.0 should be kicking off very soon, seeing how version 4.0 is expected by the end of this year. The first Android phone to sport Bluetooth 3.0 looks like it could be from Samsung - who is also releasing the world's first Bluetooth 3.0 phone (2 different phones, sorry to confuse you). This handset (dubbed the SHW-M120S) will be utilizing a 3.3-inch WVGA (Super?) AMOLED touchscreen display, a 5MP AF camera, WiFi / GPS support, HSDPA / GSM connectivity, and the Android 2.1 OS. This one looks like it could be a phone to look out for.

Update: According to Engadget, the picture above is what the handset might look like.

[Samsung Hub]

RAmos Unveils the T7+ PMP; Records 720p Video and Has 1080p Video Playback

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RAmos releases a bunch of PMPs every year and here's yet another one from them. This one's being dubbed the T7+ and will feature a camera on the back that can actually record 720p video. There'll also be a 7-inch touchscreen display, support for MKV and H.264 file formats, and 1080p HD playback via the HDMI port.

17.5mm Thin LG X300 Notebook Launching This Month

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That LG X300 notebook should be available later this month which is sooner than I expected. It'll be packed with 2GB of RAM, 3G connectivity, a 128GB SSD, and a 2GHz Menlow CPU. This 17.5mm thin notebook will be available in Asia, South America, and the Middle East first so who knows how long other places will have to wait for this one.

LG Cookie Fresh Officially Launching Later This Month

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We saw this handset last week and it's now official. The LG Cookie Fresh GS290 is packing a 3-inch WQVGA touchscreen display, social networking integration, a 3.5 headphone jack, a 2MP camera, and a "cartoon UI" based on their own S-Class UI. This handset will be available later this month and it should be inexpensive.

Archos A43VB Vision PMP Pictured In the Wild and Caught On Video

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We heard about a couple of Archos PMPs last week at CeBIT and the A43VB PMP was one of them and it has just been caught on camera for a picture and a video. This PMP will be available for €99 ($135 USD) and packs goodies like: 8GB of internal memory, a 4.3-inch touchscreen display, and a microSD card slot. This is, of course, just an early look at it since this isn't a final unit. There's a video below if you're really interested.

9.9mm Thin Dell Adamo XPS Notebook Discontinued

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The thinnest notebook to ever hit this world has just died - or discontinued. The Dell Adamo XPS has just vanished from the Dell website and it was only available for about three months. Dell still deserves a round of applause for shocking everyone with a 9.9 mm thin notebook though. Maybe Dell will reveal an even thinner notebook in the future but for now the Adamo XPS is gone and will slightly be missed.

T-Mobile Branded HTC HD2 and the Nokia 5230 Nuron Pictured In the Wild

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We already know that T-Mobile USA is planning to launch the HTC HD2 and the Nokia Nuron. Today pictures have popped up of both handsets rocking the T-Mobile branding. For the HD2's sake it just shows us the pre-installed Blockbuster app, but we already know that this means it's a T-Mobile bound handset - updated to have a T-Mobile branded one. The Nokia Nuron is the 5230 and it's clearly got the T-Mobile badge on there. Both handsets will be launching really soon.

Picture Source: WMExperts

O2 Leaks Their Future iPhone 4G Video Calling Prices?

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Of course, everyone's expecting the next iPhone to have video-calling but nothing's confirmed - especially since it's Apple we're talking about here. O2 looks like they have just made an upgrade to their tariffs and it includes "UK video calls" and also mentions that it'll be the same price as voice calls. This is great news but it's not exactly confirmation that the next iPhone will have a front-facing camera for your video-calling needs.

Best Buy and New Zealand Website Tell Us That the Core i5 / Core i7 MacBook Pros Are On the Way

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We already know that the MacBook Pro refresh is coming soon and it'll have juicy specs like Core i5 / i7 CPU options. Apparently, Best Buy and a New Zealand website might have let it slip a little bit early though. Let's hope that they're MacBook Pros also comes with Nvidia Optimus technology, which is pretty likely.

Acer Working On Notebook With Frameless Body and Touch Keyboard? Calpella Notebook Launching This Month

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Acer looks like they're prepping a new notebook - according to Digitimes. This notebook will reportedly be "impossibly thin" and will feature a frameless body. That's not all though. Apparently, there'll be a touch keyboard on there and it could be available as early as the second half of this year. It sounds too good to be true, but you never know what could happen.

That Acer Calpella-based notebook will also reportedly be available later this month as well which is sooner than I expected. We still don't have photos of what this notebook will look like so we'll have to wait around for that.

Acer Working On Impossibly Thin Notebook: Engadget
Acer Calpella-Based Notebook Launching This Month: Akihabara News