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CES 2010: Acer on Wednesday introduced the $299 Gateway LT21 netbook, powered by Intel's new Atom N450 processor.
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Since my post yesterday about the $20 iPod touch software update several readers have contacted me to explain how Apple had to charge for this update because of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). This issue, so I'm told, is much the same as the way Apple had to charge $1.99 the 802.11n enabler for the Intel-based MacBooks and MacBook Pros. Personally, I don't buy this. If this is going to be Apple's defense over the charge, then I say it's nothing more than a smokescreen. Here's why ...
It wasn't the MacBook Pro update we were hoping for but Apple today announced new MacBooks that feature faster Intel Core 2 Duo processors, 1GB of memory, 802.11n wireless networking and larger hard drives in every model.
Chip giant will only allow channel bonding on the 5MHz spectrum to prevent its new wireless chips from interfering with older networks.
Lots happening in the hardware world this week:- Universal may try to force an iPod royalty fee on Apple- The PS3 is to get 1080p/24 support, and will allow for DVD upscaling- Intel to add pre-standard 802.11n to the Centrino chipset at next update - Transferring movies, ZIP files and PDFs between Zune PMPs
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