Mouse Computer has launched its latest nettop called the Lm-mini30S in Japan. The unique proposition about this nettop is that it runs on a dual-core 1.8 GHz Intel Atom D525 processor. It is a very thin netbook, measuring just 27 mm and is priced at $600, or 49,980 yen.
VFast, a UK-based Internet service provider, is testing a 100 Mbps Internet service in the rural areas of Thanet, Maidstone and Kings Hill in the UK.
Micromax has launched its firstAndroid-based smartphone the A60, and it will be available in stores soon for about Rs. 8,000. The company just released a new TV commercial for the phone.
Tata Docomo has launched a value-added service called English Seekho that is accessible through an interactive voice response system. The English lessons initially cost Rs. 10 for fifteen days and Rs. 1 per second after that.
Kobian has launched two Mercury mobile phones named Maestro and Tabla targeted at music lovers. The phones are priced at Rs. 2,990 and Rs. 2,800 respectively, and are available at all Kobian dealers.
BenQ has launched two new projectors that can display images with a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels measuring up to 65 inches, from a distance of 2 meters.
Longtel Communication Technology has made its debut entry in the Indian market by launching four new mobile handsets.
Last week we saw Acer announcing a bunch of tablets and today the company has one more product to reveal. According to Akihabara News, Acer has come up with its latest AZ3750-A34D all-in-one PC, which seems to be the best in the AIO series. The PC is priced for $832 in Japan.