News Bits: Microsoft Wants Users Opinions on Tablet PCs, Tom Bihn Introduces The Buzz Notebook Bag, Lexar Unveils ExpressCard SSD, Fujitsu Drops Prices on P1610 Tablet PC

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Microsoft Wants Users Opinions on Tablet PCs

Microsoft is conducting a survey to see what users want from their Tablet PCs. The survey only takes a few minutes and if you are interested in what the future may hold for these Tablets now is a good time to express your opinion. The survey asks how you use or would use features that are currently exposed to developers. The survey also asks what you would like to see done to improve the Touch Technology. The survey ends May 21st, so take some time and check it out.

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Tom Bihn Introduces The Buzz Notebook Bag

Tom Bihn introduced the Buzz, the newest one shoulder sling bag to be added to the collection. The Buzz stems from smaller designs of the same bag.

Many customers requested that Tom redesign the Buzz to fit the 13" MacBook and 15.4" MacBook Pro, and Tom listened. The new designed Buzz can fit laptops 14.9" x 9.6" x 1.3" or smaller and it comes in 11 color combinations.

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Lexar Unveils ExpressCard SSD with Auto-Backup Software

Lexar recently announced the introduction of its new ExpressCard SSD with auto-backup software. Roughly half the size of current PC Card solutions, the Lexar ExpressCard SSD is a high-capacity removable solid state drive (SSD) that promises to set a new standard for delivering high-performance, lower-cost storage expansion to notebook computers.

With auto-backup software, the Lexar ExpressCard SSD will be especially appealing for traveling business people, small- and home-office owners, and anyone who wants a secure, hassle-free way to backup important documents and literally add more storage to their laptop," said Farshid Tabrizi, General Manager, USB Products.

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Fujitsu Drops Prices on P1610 Tablet PC

If you are in the market for an ultra-portable Tablet, Fujitsu has just lowered their price on the P1610 Tablet PC. The price has dropped $120 on the P1610 models with 1GB memory. I know users are always looking for good deals, and even though the P1610 isn’t the newest Tablet it is still a user favorite.

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