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Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on November 15th, 2009

NVIDIA ION Cube PC modIs it a weapon? A PC from the future? The allspark? A cyborg heart from the year 2037? It’s actually BIll Owens’ award-winning NVIDIA ION Cube PC case mod, based on NVIDIA’s ION ITX motherboard. The aluminum case has UV green acrylic sheets, lit up with 4 cathode lights, and then placed on pedestal, where it rotates a full 360°.

The PC also features an x64 SSD by Corsair, 4GB RAM, and a 90-watt pico power supply, along with Windows Vista Premium, and an LG GH22 DVD Writer drive.

Haleron launches H-BOX NVIDIA ION powered nettop

Posted in Desktop PCs by Conner Flynn on October 26th, 2009

Haleron launches H-BOX NVIDIA ION powered nettopPC maker Haleron is the company behind several dual core and dual processor netbooks. Now the company sets their sites on nettops with the new Haleron H-BOX line of low power desktops. The Haleron H-BOX features a dual core Intel Atom 330 CPU and NVIDIA ION graphics. And it weighs less than 2.2 pounds. According to Haleron it’s less than 1/30th the size of a desktop PC, but they don’t specify which desktop PC being compared to.

The PC has 5 USb ports, an HDMI output, Ethernet, VGA, mic and headphone jacks as well as a flash card reader. As for power, it uses 20-25 watts and sports a 320GB hard drive and 2GB of RAM.

Onkyo P305A3 NVIDIA Ion Nettop PC

Posted in Onkyo by Conner Flynn on October 19th, 2009

Onkyo P305A3 NVIDIA Ion Nettop PCOnkyo is offering a new nettop PC with the launch of the Onkyo P305A3, which features NVIDIA’s Ion platform. Under the hood, the Onkyo P305A3 comes with a 1.6GHx Intel Atom N230 processor, NVIDIA’s Ion chipset, a GeForce 9400M graphics card and 2GB of RAM.

Some other specifications include a 160GB hard drive, slot loading DVD burner, a 5-in-1 card reader, built in WiFi, four USB 2.0 ports, eSATA and HDMI. The Onkyo P305A3 NVIDIA Ion Nettop PC will run Windows 7 Home Premium, and will go on sale in Japan for a stunning $771.

Lenovo IdeaPad S12 with NVIDIA ION hits Japan on Thursday

Posted in Lenovo by Conner Flynn on October 19th, 2009

Lenovo IdeaPad S12 with NVIDIA ION hits Japan on ThursdayLenovo’s IdeaPad S12 will be hitting Japan on October 22nd, along with Windows 7. As usual Lenovo isn’t delivering anything outwardly sexy here, but the S12 has some decent enough specs.

It will come with an NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics card for portable gaming, an Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz processor, a 12.1″ display at 1,280 x 800 resolution, 2GB RAM, a 250GB hard drive, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, HDMI output, a few USB ports and a memory card reader. It will retail for around $760 in Japan and should be about $200 less when available in the states.


LG intros XPION X30 nettop with NVIDIA ION graphics

Posted in LG by Conner Flynn on September 18th, 2009

LG intros XPION X30 nettop with NVIDIA ION graphicsLG just unveiled its first small desktop computer dubbed the XPION X30. It’s powered by the NVIDIA ION graphics chipset which can easily handle HD video playback as well as graphically demanding applications, even running on an Intel Atom 230 1.6GHz processor.

Along for the ride are 2GB of RAM and a 250GB hard drive. It’s powered by Windows Vista, but will likely come with Windows 7 very shortly. No word on price just yet.

Lenovo S12 gets official, first Netbook with Nvidia Ion

Posted in Netbook by Conner Flynn on May 25th, 2009

Lenovo S12 gets official, first Netbook with Nvidia IonWith the IdeaPad S12, Lenovo is first to offer a netbook based on Nvidia’s Ion chipset. So far, we like what we see. The 12-inch netbook will give you the whole HD, game-playing thing for about $500. Nividia’s Ion is basically Intel’s Atom processor combined with the Nvidia 9400m graphics unit.

The resulting performance offers smooth 1080p video, accelerated h.264 playback, Blu-ray playback and moderate gaming capabilities. When it’s in a netbook, you get a midrange, 12-inch netbook with a multimedia slant.

Acer AspireREvo launched

Posted in Acer by Conner Flynn on April 7th, 2009

Acer AspireREvo launchedAcer has been busy as usual. The company just announced the first computer based on NVIDIA’s ION platform. It goes by the name of AspireRevo and looks like a Nettop, but it contains an entry-level NVIDIA GPU that is much faster than previous solutions from Intel. It has a 4GB memory limit which is nice.

It’ll run 1080p videos, output 7.1 surround sound audio and is compatible with DX 10 graphics. It will ship with Vista Home Premium at launch, followed by Windows 7 soon after.