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The new MacBook Airs sport Intel’s Ivy Bridge processor, 60% faster graphics and up to 512GB of flash storage. Design wise, they still look the same as the previous generation Airs.

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Intel unveiled its latest SSDs, based on the new 25nm NAND memory technology. These new SSDs offer a much improved performance and reliability compared to its predecessor.

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Apple has updated its online store to list the next generation MacBook Pros. The next generation of MacBook Pros are powered by Intel Sandy Bridge processor and feature a Thunderbolt port.

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Lenovo Y560d

Lenovo today announced its first ever-3D laptop – the Lenovo IdeaPad Y560d. The Lenovo IdeaPad Y560d features a 15.6-inch 3D screen to provide a 3D experience when combined with compatible 3D movies and games.

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Samsung 512GB SSD

Samsung announced in a press release today that they would be beginning the production of high speed 512GB SSD from next month. The new SSD will be based on the 30-nanometer fabrication process

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Seagate

Seagate has tried to merge a SSD and a traditional hard disk into one with the Seagate Momentus XT. The Seagate Momentus XT has a 2.5-inch form factor, and will feature 32Mb of DRAM cache. Seagate calls the Momentus XT a “Solid State Hybrid Drive”.

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Intel

Intel will be launching new SSDs by the end of this year which will make use of the 25nm MLC NAND Flash based memory. The company will also launch 1.8 inch SSDs with capacities of up to 300GB. Intel has “big plans” with SSDs for the holiday season.

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Asus EeeKeyboard

Asus today officially announced the Asus EeeKeyboard. The Asus EeeKeyboard is a fully functional PC in a stylish keyboard form factor. The Asus Eeekeyboard features a 5-inch capacitive touchscreen display with a resolution of 800×480.

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VSSD

Super Talent is quite popular for its memory modules and SSDs. Today, the company launched a value for money solid state drive product line-up known as the Super Talent VSSD. The VSSD line-up of SSDs from Super Talent have a SATA II port, and feature sequential read speeds of up to 150MB/sec. The sequential write speeds are at an impressive 100MB/sec.

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