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Fedora 10 goes live: your download awaits

Just six short months after Fedora 9 hit the tubes, in flies Fedora 10 to give you something new to tinker with over Thanksgiving break. The latest iteration of the Linux-based OS bundles in OpenOffice 3.0 and touts a “wide range of improvements in areas such as virtualization management, networking, boot time and security.” Don’t mind us, though — you can delve as deep as you like in the release notes while your download progresses.

[Via PC World]

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    Lightning Review: Sony Vaio LV All-In-One PC

    The Gadget: Sony’s Vaio LV All-in-One PC is the followup to the beautiful (and powerful) Vaio LT that came out earlier this year. This time around, they gave the LV an improved mounting base, slimmer bezel, integrated TV tuner and most importantly, HDMI-in. Has the LV one-upped the LT?

    ASUS Eee Top climbing to 20- and 22-inches by June

    Like the Eee Top all-in-one PC but 15.6-inches is just too wee for your taste? Fine, you’ll have the chance to grapple with 20- and 22-inchers, according to ASUS CEO Jerry Shen, sometime in the first half of 2009. Drop Windows 7 into these touchscreen monuments to mediocrity and we’re in.
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    Upcoming dual-processor Nehalem EP machine benchmarked — yeah, it’s fast

    Intel’s new Core i7 chip has been showing up in tons of silly-spec’d high-end gaming rigs for about three days now, so it’s obviously time to get bored and move on — and right on cue, TechRadar‘s got the first benchmarks we’ve seen of the upcoming dual-processor Nehalem EP platform. The secret test machine featured two 2.8GHz Nehalem EP chips (likely to hit retail in 2009 as the Xeon X5560) and 24GB of 1,066MHz DDR3 RAM controlled by the new Quick Path Interconnect and on-die memory controllers, which together cranked out a SPECfp base rate of 160 — way above the 90 posted by current 3.4GHz Xeon setups, and higher than the 105 scored by a 2.7GHz dual-processor rig with AMD’s new Shanghai chips. Yeah, that’s silly fast, and it’s bound to get even faster when these bad boys launch with a 3.2GHz part along for the ride. Now if Intel could just siphon some of that speed into these pokey Atoms we can actually afford, we’d be grins-a-plenty.

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    Packard Bell dot spotted in UK

    Packard Bell dot spotted in UK

    Oh, look! It’s another netbook in the wild! This one is Packard Bell’s dot, and according to the boffins at Pocket-lint it’s now available for purchase across the pond by anyone who can find a reason to care. The Aspire One-like specs and style are just what you’d expect (do we really need to recount the Atom 270 processor, 1GB of RAM, and 160GB hard drive yet again?), and while there’s the promise of being able to add internal 3G connectivity at some point in the future, right now the only thing setting this one apart is the red dot on the hinge. (Which, we confess, is a nice look.) Still no mention of when or even if this one will be appearing domestically — though if it does it’ll probably be as an Everex anyhow.

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    ASUS Eee Top launched

    by Thomas Ricker,

    Our brothers in gadgetry over at Engadget Chinese are at ASUS’ Eee Top unveiling in Taipei. They’ve already been hands-on with the 15.6-inch all-in-one touchscreen PC and consider the build quality to be “ok,” consistent with the traditional (read: non-S101) Eee PC netbooks. And while it includes an “Easy Mode” UI that runs on top of XP, launch anything other than an ASUS-built application and you’re right back into XP’s less finger-friendly interface. That’s where the included stylus (hidden in the keyboard) comes into play. We also have a price: 18,900 Taiwanese dollars which is a tax inclusive price of about $580 in the US. It’s available today in ASUS’ home of Taiwan — everyone else will have to wait for their local announcements. ‘Till then, pics, plenty of pics.
    Update: Today’s announcement is only for model ET1602. The ET1603 with better graphics and battery (whose existence is in dispute based on contradictory press reports and product specs) is still not available.
    Update 2: Added ASUS promotional video after the break — only thing it’s missing is Bruce Lee. [Thanks, Sascha]

    Gallery: ASUS Eee Top


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