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You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workday, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Daily Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the top headlines for the past 24 hours -- all handpicked by the editors here at the site. Click on t

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January 11, 2013 at 6:30PM
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Polaroid had its 7-inch M7 slate on hand at CES 2013, and you best believe there's an older sibling in that other requisite slate size: the 10.1-inch M10. (We dig the straightforward naming scheme with these products, by the way.) Like the M7, it sports a 1,280 x 800 resolution. It runs a quad-cor

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So, we had a few precious moments to play around with Garmin-Asus' latest Nuvifones here in lovely Barcelona today -- the M10 and A50, running on Windows Mobile 6.5.3 and Android 1.6, respectively -- and even better, we did so in the back of a black Mercedes expressly purposed for testing out the i

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It was only yesterday that we heard of this WinMo 6.5.3 beastie, and already Taiwanese ladies and gents can sign up to own one, pending a February 6 delivery. The new pre-order page confirms our earlier indications of a 3.5-inch WVGA display and 5 megapixel camera, while adding the knowledge of 512

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Because you can never have too many Tecra laptops in your life, Toshiba's announced that the A10-S3511 and M10-S3411 are currently making their way through retail channels. Both PCs sport a 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo P8600 processors, 2GB DDR2 SDRAM, 160GB HDD, built-in webcam, WiFi, Bluetooth, Toshib

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Answering the call for yet another netbook in the world is Velocity Micro, who has graciously provided us with the NoteMagix M10 (pictured) here at CES. The 10.1-inch machine includes a 4-cell battery for up 5 hours of usage, 802.11b/g WiFi, a 2.6 pound chassis, Windows XP running the show and a cu

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It looks like those not satisfied with the current security measures on their vehicle will soon have another option at their disposal for some added peace of mind, with ATRD's new M10 device set to offer some fingerprint scanning as a means of last resort. The system can apparently be retrofitted i

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As far as elegant design goes, it doesn't get much classier than the iRiver NV, the oversized jog wheel havin', GPS sportin', DMB streamin', music and video playin', Swiss-army-knife of devices. Apparently, the NV has gone from geek-lust fantasy to pocketbook-lightening reality this week, as iRiver

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Until now, we haven't seen much more than prettied-up press shots of iriver's NV GPS/PMP unit (previously known as the M10), but the company's finally let the device loose for everyone to get a better look at, with the folks at AVING.net among those snapping up pics of it at a recent event. As you

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Just in case Kensington's recent onslaught of mice didn't float your boat, Sony is hoping that one of its colorful SMU-C3 or SMU-M10s will garner a bit more of your attention. The two-color USB C3 is available in white, green, pink, and black color schemes, sports an 800dpi optical sensor, \"wide sc

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The iriver NV -- as in NaVigation, initially outed as the M10 -- is now up and official. Chances are, if you're in the market for a PMP, the NV's got your needs covered. The 7-inch, 840 x 480 LED backlit LCD packs T-DMB television; SiRF III GPS; 2 SD slots (1 reserved for navigation maps presumably

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The iriver-lovin' folks at iriverfans.com have gotten their hands on what they claim to be pics of a pair of forthcoming devices from the company, which are supposedly set to be unveiled at the SEK exhibition in Korea later this month. First up is the iriver M10 (seen above), a GPS device that also

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