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Toshiba have launched a dual screen laptop, Libretto W100 in the US. This dual screen notebook is currently limited in stock. The $1,099.99 laptop will get you a Pentium u5400 processor, integrated Intel HD graphics, memory card reader, 2GB of DDR3 memory, a 64GB solid state hard drive, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, a built in webcam and an 8-cell battery.This sleek touch laptop comes with Windows 7 Home premium (32 Bit).
Both screens are capacitive touch based so you can interact with both of them at the same time. The virtual keyboard has 6 different layouts and the notebook [...]
Toshiba’s dual-touchscreen Libretto is still waiting for its limited release, but the folks at Wow-Pow were apparently able to secure a localized English version early from Japan. It’s still an expensive curiosity, but the virtual keyboard layouts are admittedly clever:
The rest of the demo doesn’t seem very snappy, at times, which is somewhat troubling considering Toshiba dumped the traditional netbook-friendly ARM for an Intel Pentium U5400 processor. That said, web pages appear to load without much issue, and the 720p videos demo’d here run smoothly, even when [...]
INTEL LEADS the CPU market, full stop. More than ever, perhaps. So, why change its perfectly good branding then? After all, Core 2 – and Core 3, and so on – does sound better than Pentium, Hexium or Sexium, and definitely far better than Itanium, all names sounding like some evil Big Pharma drugs.
Aside from a lot of extra marketing and sales work, resulting in marketeers keeping their jobs in these tight times, there doesn’t seem to be any real reason to rehash the branding just because of the Nehalem arrival.
The new chips, rather than being called say Core 3, got the brand [...]
Rename Your PC PENTIUM Name and Make it Personalized(This requires using Regedit to Modify)
If you Hold Down your Key and Hit
Key,Your will see a similar Screen
This is how to change the Registry Hardware Name of your CPU
If you are not comfortable with using “Regedit” Stop Reading Now and go have a beer.
GO TO START>RUN>TYPE REGEDIT>HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE>HARDWARE>DISCRIPTION>SYSTEM>CE NTRAL
PROCESSOR>ProcessorNameString>Select the Processor by Number, Hint, the 1st Processor is Number 0Then Navigate to
and dbl clk to bring it up and you can create a Custom Name String for your CPUClose [...]