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Some more CeBIT 2009 coverage

Posted on Saturday, March 07 2009 @ 17:32:29 CET by

Guru3D published some coverage of CeBIT 2009, you can check it out over here.
As always Guru3D was at CeBIT 2009 in Germany this year. In this 23 page counting article Guru3D will show you what was hot and what was not. Loads of photo's on the latest gear, and even some prototype product you have never seen will be on display. When interested, grab a cup of coffee and have a read and most of all .. enjoy the slide-show as articles wise, CeBIT mostly always has been about watching photo's on the latest and greatest in the hardware industry.
InsideHW also has some coverage, their new article focuses on NVIDIA and ASUS. You can check it out over here.
For end of the story about ASUS Eee PC on CeBIT 09 we have left, by our opinion, the best: Eee Keyboard PC. This is concept that users who remember the time when computers like Commodore 32/64 were pinnacle of home computing. Eee Keyboard is media center integrated into elegant aluminum keyboard. It has 800x480 5 inch display with WiFi, Bluetooth, stereo speakers with microphone, SSD disk (16/32GB), weighs less than 1kg and it is powered by single core Atom CPU so HD video reproduction shouldn’t be a problem. With this device you get also receiver that can be connected with TV. Eee Keyboard is powered by battery that has estimated autonomy of 2 hours…



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