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100 iPad clones shown at CES, more coming soon

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on January 24th, 2011

An unofficial count from Shawn Dubrovac has revealed the sheer numbers of tablets that have leapt onto the tablet market following the early success of the iPad. The list shows that at least 100 tablets and crossover e-readers have shipped, including not just major names like the BlackBerry PlayBook and Motorola Xoom but also newcomers like Enspert’s Identity Tab line and the Notion Ink Adam. The list includes 24 generic tablets at Freescale’s booth as well.

And that is not even a complete list. It doesn’t include some close relatives, like Enspert’s S200 VoIP Home Hub, and devices that have been confirmed officially but weren’t formally unveiled at the show.

Psystar readying Mac notebook clones

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on October 29th, 2008

Psystar readying Mac notebook clonesAccording to a message from the company to an AppleInsider reader, Psystar is preparing the clones faster then Emperor Palpatine with hemorrhoids. They want to stick it to Apple with their Blu-ray enabled desktop, but clearly that wasn’t enough.

They will also be releasing a new notebook that can run Mac OS X. I wonder what the lawyers think about this. Steve Jobs can not be happy right now. Not with Psystar committed to offering this Open Computer notebook at a competitive price. There is definitely a disturbance in the force.

Psystar introducing Blu-ray enabled Mac clones

Posted in Mac by Conner Flynn on October 28th, 2008

Psystar introducing Blu-ray enabled Mac clonesApple and Psystar are currently negotiating behind closed doors, trying to settle some differences. Meanwhile, the Mac-cloner is releasing some new products. Psystar announced today that they are ready to ship a Mac clone with built-in Blu-ray and NVIDIA 9800GT graphics cards.

You might remember, Steve Jobs recently referred to Blu-ray as a “bag of hurt” due to licensing costs and that’s one of the reasons a Blu-ray drive wasn’t integrated into a Mac so far. I think I speak for most users when I say that Blu-ray will bow down to digital downloads anyway. Though I know that there are people out there who want a Blu-Ray in their Mac. And so Psystar fills the void.