News Bits: Dell Tablet PC Rumors are Flying, Samsung to Start Shipping Q1 Ultra in May, Kohjinsha’s SA1F00V Tablet gets New Features

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Dell Tablet PC Rumors are Flying

There have been rumors of a Dell Tablet PC for quite some time now, but maybe this time it is for real. Maybe Dell listened to the consumers requests on the Idea Storm web site. An anonymous tipster told jkOnTheRun that Dell is planning on releasing a Tablet in September/October of this year.

Supposedly the Tablet will be based on the Latitude D420 notebook, which means it might get a Core Duo processor. Rumor has it though that the Tablet will have a widescreen display and an active digitizer, which will make many Tablet users happy. I guess like always we will have to wait and see what Dell decides to do.

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Samsung to Start Shipping Q1 Ultra in May

Hitting the one year anniversary mark of its predecessor, the Q1 Ultra is scheduled to be released in May. The Q1 Ultra has been refined to include a Core 2 Duo processor, 60GB hard drive and a split keyboard. Users may be pleased with the new features, but that split keyboard has to take some getting used to.

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Kohjinsha’s SA1F00V Tablet gets New Features

Kohjinsha’s little Tablet PC will be making its debut on May 3rd, unfortunately that won’t be here in the U.S. Unlike its ultra-portable predecessor, the SA1F00, it will have a 7-inch touchscreen and the option of 100GB hard drive. The SA1F00V will still sport the same 500MHz Geode LX800 processor and five hour battery life, but the price has went up a bit to $843. Maybe one day we will be able to get our hands on this ultra-portable.

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EverNote 2.0 Released

EverNote Plus 2.0 now includes unique AIR-Search (Advanced Image Recognition) technology, available to the public for the first time, which allows users to search within photos, scanned images and graphics in their EverNote collections for printed and handwritten text. It also has a few other new features like the Universal Clipper and the Embedded To-Do’s. EverNote can be downloaded now for free via Evernote’s web site for any user that is interested.

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