Ah, something cool from Razer, per usual. This time it’s one of their classics, the Naga MMO gaming mouse. There is little doubt that PC gaming is very much alive and well (and so is the gaming mouse), so it’s time to go ahead and check out what this classic offers compared to some of Razer’s newer and more expensive models.
Despite webOS being a rather unsure matter (and it’s a wonderful OS on my overclocked 1.5GHZ dual-core Touchpad) a dedicated word processing app had been one of the things promised to users from the start, and that promise was kept. QuickOffice HD is now available to all Touchpad owners as an update to the app, for free. It adds document editing and creation, including Microsoft Word and Excel. As you can see above it works like a charm. Via: HP
Once again, before the Samsung Experience press event in New York City tomorrow, more press shots of the Samsung Galaxy S II get leaked. From the shots you can easily see the 4G WiMAX icon and that the newest edition of Touchwiz and Android 2.3 Gingerbread in action. You can be sure to check the price, release date, and specs of each SGS II phone tomorrow at 6PM, since we’ll be reporting there, live.
Microsoft has not only confirmed that gamers will be able to switch between “classic” and “next-gen” graphics on the Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary later this year on November 15th, but also in 3D for TVs that support it. This obviously makes the first Halo even better than a remake of the first Halo. It’s awesomesauce all around, n00bs. Via: JoyStiq
So, this sucks. The Samsung Galaxy S II reveal at the “Samsung Experience” in NYC has been delayed by a day, to the 30th instead of the 29th, at 6:00PM. We’ll be there to report everything about the upcoming Galaxy S II line (weather permitting), but in the meantime, stay safe from the storm.
Meanwhile, the tipsters over at PocketNow have unveiled what seem to be the official press images for the three American Galaxy S II variants, which of course exclude Verizon Wireless, as they are declining to release an SGSII model, but instead may release a smartphone with similar specs. Via: PocketNow
The Razer Blade is an awesome laptop as according to the spec sheets. At only 0.88-inches thick, it’s super thin (but still weighs 6.97 pounds), packs a 2.8GHz Core i7 2640M CPU and GeForce GT 555M graphics replete with 2GB of GDDR5 video memory, a crisp 17.3-inch LED 1920 x 1080 full HD panel with an HD webcam, 8GB of RAM, three USB ports (one will support 3.0), HDMI out and a 60Wh integrated battery. And all of this glorious machine will cost $2,799 in Q4 of 2011 when it’s available. However, what makes the Blade different than every other laptop out there is that it contains a 480 x 800 LCD trackpad to the right of the keyboard, which could be used for in-game commands, or customized for different needs (including an API that soon will be available), which uses the Switchblade UI concept design. Otherwise, besides that, it’s just like every other gaming laptop out there, except it’s built by Razer. And therefore is probably pretty awesome. Like, so awesome that I want one. Like, coolest laptop of the year, or something.
PR after the jump.
So, this is rather expected, but exciting. Android 2.2.1 (not 2.3 or Honeycomb folks) has been placed on an HP Touchpad by some Qualcomms dudes, since the Touchpad makes use of a 1.2GHz dual-coreprocessor from that very company. A fully-working build of Froyo is seen running on the video seen after the break, and Qualcomm so far has denied all questions regarding why and how they got the Touchpad to get this running. However in the meantime, there’s a $2100 bounty (and growing) by the HacknMod team for whoever can pull of a perfect Android 2.2.1 port to the Touchpad first — multitouch, sound, camera, and WiFi. Good luck to those involved, and the video of the leaked Qualcomm build can be seen after the break. Via: Reddit