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Acer Prepping Keyboardless Dual Touchscreen Laptop?

This may be nothing or it may be the very future of portable computing as we know it! As with all rumors, it’s probably somewhere in between.

Apparently Acer is working on a 15-inch notebook that swaps out the hardware keyboard and trackpad for a second touchscreen. The design appears similar to Toshiba’s

Lenovo Laptop Charger Doubles as a USB Hub

Smart. Lenovo has managed to stuff four USB ports into the brick of a notebook power adapter. And while notebook adapters with built-in USB charging ports exist already, this one actually turns three of its four ports into a USB hub while reserving the fourth for straightforward charging.

So if you’re looking to plug a bunch of

Samsung Galaxy Tab: The Specs Sheet

Samsung has finally made its 7-inch Android tablet, the Galaxy Tab, official.

The company’s press release states that the Galaxy Tab “will be launched in Europe in mid September, and in other markets including Korea, the US and Asia in coming months,” though there’s no mention of price yet.

Here’s a look at some of the …

Two Minute Video: Laptop Buying Tips

Whether you’re a soon-to-be college student looking for a new laptop or a grown adult looking to cash in on the bevy of laptop deals that retailers will be offering during the coming weeks, here are some quick and simple tips to keep in mind when shopping for a portable computer.

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Dual-Core Netbooks Slowly Starting to Trickle Out

Intel’s dual-core Atom N550 processor has made its way into netbooks and some of those netbooks are available for purchase now.

Acer has a 10.1-inch Aspire One netbook selling through HSN.com already for just under $400. The netbook sports the 1.5GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of new-ish DDR3 memory, which ought to add a little more …

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