Tablet News – New “Flybook” Tablet Computer, Nanotubes, NAND Hard Drives and NAND USB “Bootable” USB Sticks

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Created to fly — An interview with Jack Lee, president of Dialogue Technology

Having created the Flybook brand name, Taiwan’s Dialogue Technology is now targeting the worldwide market with a new concept in mobile computing. The Flybook is a small-size convertible device with an 8.9-inch screen that can be used as a tablet PC or notebook. DigiTimes.com spoke to Dialogue’s president Jack Lee, about the concept and the company’s business strategy…

http://www.digitimes.com/news/a20050624PR200.html


Electronics news in brief

Nanotubes conduct faster than copper

UC Irvine scientists in the US claim to have demonstrated for the first time that carbon nanotubes can route electrical signals on a chip faster than traditional copper or aluminium wires, at speeds of up to 10 GHz…

NAND hard disks

Samsung Electronics of Korea has developed what is claimed to be the first solid-state disc based on NAND Flash memory technology. Targeted at consumer and mobile PC applications, Samsung says the NAND Flash drives would…




NAND bootable USB sticks


SanDisk is about to launch a NAND Flash USB drive that will allow programs loaded onto it to be booted and run on any computer. According to a report in Electronics Weekly ( UK ), this would means users could carry around specific applications with all their customised settings and preferences for immediate use with any PC…

http://www.ferret.com.au/articles/ad/0c0310ad.asp

 


TabletPCReviewSpot to post “First Look” (pics, details) of the new Acer C314 Tablet PC – coming up…


 

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