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The Acer Aspire AS5745DG 3D Notebook Is Hitting Japan On December 3rd

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Acer has just announced that their first 3D laptop is headed to Japan and it will, of course, be a part of their growing Aspire line-up. This is actually the exact same notebook that they announced way back in September, the AS5745DG. This features a 15.6-inch display, an Intel Core i5-460M 2.53GHz CPU, Nvidia's 3D Vision tech, 4GB of RAM, a 640GB HDD, HDMI output, Bluetooth / WiFi b/g/n support, a 1.3MP integrated webcam, a pair of 3D Vision glasses, and Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit). This will be available in Japan on December 3 for ¥100,000 ($1,198 USD).

[Akihabara News]

Microsoft Store Now Has the Dell Inspiron Duo and the JBL Dock Up For Pre-Order

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It got official late last week and it looks like the Microsoft Store now has the Dell Inspiron Duo tablet / netbook hybrid up for pre-order along with the JBL speaker dock. Respectively, they're up for pre-order right now for $549 and $49, but the shipping date isn't mentioned. We did hear that it'll be available in early December so it should be at your doorstep in the next few weeks. Check out the Dell Inspiron Duo on the website here, while the speaker dock is here.


65-Inch Edge-Lit LED 3DTV Shows Up On the Official Website For $3,599

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A new and unannounced 65-inch Vizio edge-lit LED 3DTV has just hit the website for $3,699. It's expensive but the major companies (like Samsung or Sony) would be releasing it for a lot more because Vizio does tend to have their prices much lower than everyone else. The display is polarized so you'll get to use passive 3D glasses which are much cheaper to buy [separately] than active shutter 3D glasses so that's great news. Check it out on Vizio if you're interested.


AT&T Releases the 7-Inch Samsung Galaxy Tab For $649

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As expected, AT&T in the USA has just released the 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab. It's available right now for $649.99 contract-free and has plans for $14.99 monthly for 250MB of data or for $25 monthly for 2GB of data. Both of them are quite steep, but it you think they're worth it then check it out on AT&T right now. Keep in mind that Apple should be announcing the next iPad in early 2011 and we should see new technology in the first few days of the new year.

[Android Central]

10.1-Inch LG E-Note H1000B Windows 7 Based Tablet Now Official, and Overpriced

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LG chose quite a random day to make their 10.1-inch tablet official but I can't stop them. Dubbed the E-Note H1000B, this tablet is running Windows 7 and actually hit the FCC earlier this month. Complete specs include a resistive touchscreen display with a 1,366 x 768 resolution, a stylus, Intel Atom 1.1GHz / 1.6GHz Z530 CPU options, a 16GB SSD, 1GB of RAM, WiFi b/g/n / Bluetooth 3.0 support, an SD card slot, two USB ports, a 4-cell battery, and optional WiMAX support (not integrated, it's actually a separate modem). Other options include Windows 7 Professional and even a docking station.

This will be available in Korea through KT for an absurd 961,000 won ($847 USD). They'll probably sell about 4 of these so this is likely something you'll want to pass on. Yeah, it's about double the price of what it really should be.

[Slash Gear]

Sony Unveiling Something At MWC 2011 In February, Could Be the PlayStation Phone

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The WSJ has just reported that Sony Ericsson plans to unveil a new product at MWC 2011 (February 2011) and this one's sounding like some great news. It could be the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X12 (codenamed "Anzu"), but everyone is really hoping that it'll be what you see above, the PlayStation Phone.The SE CEO did mention that "the future might be brighter" and that "Sony is of course a very strong brand, and why shouldn't we use that?" in regards to a PlayStation Phone. Yes, that's probably a hint towards what they'll be launching. Either way, don't find it surprising if we actually see both smartphones at the event.


Telus Stores Get Their BlackBerry Style 9670 Dummy Units

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The first dummy unit of the BlackBerry Style 9670 smartphone has just shown up in Canada. This is a picture of that dummy unit and this one's the Telus model. This is a unique design for RIM and it's definitely targeting the teens. This flip phone from RIM features an external QVGA display, an internal display, a microSD card slot, WiFi b/g/n / Bluetooth support, a 5MP AF camera with an LED flash, aGPS, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and OS 6.0 with the Webkit browser. This one should be launching all over Canada soon (possibly sometime this week).

[Mobile Syrup]