Apple iPad 2 –The game-changing tablet goes on sale today, and it’s set to impress. Apple ups the ante with dual cameras, an innovative Smart Case, and more than 11 hours of battery life.
Lenovo ThinkPad X220 — Combining light weight, 20 hours and 18 minutes of battery life, and an Intel 2nd Generation Core i% processor, this 12.5-inch machine is one excellent ultraportable.
Unique Thumb Drives Roundup — You can’t take it with you—at least, not if your backup drive is a massive beast that weighs 10 pounds. These highly portable, high capacity thumbdrives offer faster and more secure backup than uploading to the cloud, plus they’re packed with innovative features like fingerprint readers, one-touch backup, and super fast USB 3.0 transfers.
The Geek’s Geek: The Cost Is Too Damn High — With the first-gen iPad now starting at $399 and the new model just $100 more, you’d think that Apple’s competitors would take notice and price their tablets accordingly. But you’d be wrong: Instead of listening to consumers, the bigwigs at companies such as Motorola have been channeling Gordon Gecko by not only pricing their products higher than the market leader, but also trying their best to chain customers to long-term, expensive data plans they don’t need or want.
G Styled: The Alienware M17X — Kanye West “All of the Lights” Approved — This week I checked out the Alienware M17x gaming laptop. I was supposed to compare it with an MSI rig, but after seeing “All of the lights” from the M17x, I completely pushed the MSI notebook aside.
We’ll be live at CTIA Wireless 2011 to cover all the highlights. Though the three-day conference doesn’t start till March 22nd, but the rumors about upcoming products are already abounding.