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Sasmung Announced the RF712 and Promises Bright 3D

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Samsung has announced the notebook you see above which is using a new Super Bright Plus display to output 3D images. This is great for this notebook cause you'll have to put on shady 3D glasses and it'll help combat the dullness that you'd usually see. The notebook itself featurs a 17.3-inch 3D display with Full HD resolution, Intel "Sandy Bridge" CPUs, an AMD HD6650M GPU, a 750GB HDD, and USB 3.0 ports. This will be available in South Korea soon for ₩2.6 million (around $2,400 USD).


Samsung Galaxy Prevail To Be Available April 29th

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Two days from now it looks like Boost Mobile in the US will be releasing the Android-based Samsung Galaxy Prevail. Yup, Friday, April 29th is the day if you're waiting for it. In case you need a refresher, this one features a 3.2-inch touchscreen display, a 2MP camera, Bluetooth support, a microSD card slot, and Android 2.2.

[Android Central]

Acer Announces the World's First 27-Inch FHD 3D Monitor, the HN274H

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Acer has announced their latest 3D monitor, the HN274H, which is apparently the "world's first 27-inch FHD 3D monitor." This one packs a 100,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, a Full HD display, a 120Hz refresh rate, and Nvidia tech so you'll have to use their glasses for 3D images and video. This will be available in Europe this May for £499 ($824 USD).


MSI Announces the GX780, SteelSeries Lends a Hand and Designs the Keyboard

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MSI has just announced their latest gaming notebook and it's the GX780. This one features a 17.3-inch display (1,600 x 900 resolution), an Intel Core i7 CPU, up to 16GB of DDR3 RAM, a Nvidia GeForce GT 555M GPU, dual 320GB HDDs, a DVD burner (optional Blu-ray), and USB 3.0 / HDMI ports. That's not all though, this notebook packs a new keyboard made by SteelSeries so you know it's legit for gaming. MSI hasn't announced when this will be available and neither has the price. In the meantime, check it out on MSI.


Dell Delivering the Precision M4600 and M6600 Notebooks On May 10th

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If you have some money handy for some powerful notebooks then you might want to wait around for Dell's upcoming ones. The Precision M4600 and M6600 notebooks leaked recently and now they're official. They'll be available starting on May 10th for $1,678 and $2,158, respectively. These notebooks are definitely high-end ones with optional IPS four-finger multitouch displays, more RAM than you'll ever need, and RAID support. Trust me, these will be fast.


Sony Teases "Freestyle Hybrid PC" and "Ultimate Mobile PC"

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Sony showed off two tablets (S1 and S2) a day ago and they're teasing more devices today. What you see above is a "Freestyle Hybrid PC" that'll double as a tablet and a notebook which is something we've seen before - the Samsung Sliding PC. Specs are prices for this one are unknown right now but Engadget has mentioned that it could have a 9.4-inch display. This hybrid could be available this Fall for $799.

The other device is below which is the "Ultimate Mobile PC". This is, of course, an ultrportable notebook from Sony which looks like it has USB 3.0 ports as well as an HDMI port which is pretty impressive. Specs, price, and release date for this one is unknown.


BlackBerry Bold Touch (9900) Gets Its WiFi Alliance Certificate

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It should be getting official next week at BlackBerry World so it's bound to be spotted a few times before then. The BlackBerry Bold Touch from RIM looks like it has just been spotted at the WiFi Alliance which, obviously, means it'll have WiFi support. Other specs are unknown right now but we'll know all of the details soon enough. It should hit the FCC soon but for now you can check it out at the WiFi Alliance.


4.8-Inch Acer Iconia Smart Hits the FCC With AT&T 3G, Should Be Available Soon

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We already know that AT&T in the US should be getting the large Acer Iconia Smart phone soon but it doesn't look like it'll be making its scheduled April release date. The 4.8-inch Android handset has just been spotted at the FCC and it has 3G support for AT&T as well as a bunch of carriers in Canada.

The handset itself features a 1,024 x 480 resolution, a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, 512MB of ROM / RAM, an 8MP AF camera with an LED flash, a 2MP front-facing camera, a microHDMI output, and WiFi b/g/n / Bluetooth 2.1 support. Check it out at the FCC.


Rogers Releases a New PAYG Phone, the Samsung T249 For $79

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If you're interested in a pay-as-you-go phone then Rogers in Canada has just released their newest one. It's the Samsung T249 which sports a 2.1-inch display and a 1.3MP camera. This slider handset also features a T9 numeric keypad and is available for $79 with a free Bluetooth headset. This is available right now but it has yet to hit their website.

[Mobile Syrup]

HP Touchpad Hits the FCC, Still Waiting For the Summer

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It looks like something great has just hit the FCC and it's coming from HP. Yup, it's the HP Touchpad which should hit North America sometime in the Summer, which officially starts in June. Maybe it'll launch before then but don't get your hopes up. For now you can check it out at the FCC.