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TG Sambo is all set to refresh its display line with four new models, three of them proudly pimping full 1080p panels and making your 4:3 display look all the more tired and washed up. The 24-inch TGL 2400A, 23-inch 2300A and 21.6-inch 2250A all have an integrated digital TV tuner, 2ms response tim

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Averatec's 25.5-inch D1200 a bit too large for your tastes (or your bantam desk)? Fret not, as the very same company is today issuing a 22-inch version with similar specs. Speaking of which, the admittedly stylish all-in-one machine packs a 2.5GHz Core 2 Duo E5200 processor, a WXGA panel, 3GB of DD

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Nah, it's no netbook, but it's certainly more than a rumor. Averatec has just cut loose details on its newest machine, a 25.5-inch PC / TV combo that looks to take on the likes of MSI's AE1900. The D1200 all-in-one PC comes equipped with a hybrid digital / analog TV tuner and supports buttery smoot

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If it's fancy you're scouting, you needn't look here. If you're fine with a classic design, a relatively low price and plenty of oomph to handle everyday tasks, you've got your eyes right where they need to be. Averatec's latest rig is a 12-inch ultraportable that gets powered by a 2GHz Core 2 Duo

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Hard to believe but after three years (almost to the day) a MID / UMPC running a Microsoft OS with a $500 MSRP is finally out for retail. Trigem's LLUON mobbit is available in two configurations of which the lesser lists for KRW699,000 or about $490. A KRW799,000 ($560) presumably adds the listed W

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TG just announced that this unnamed all-in-one PC is heading for a Stateside retail launch courtesy of Best Buy. There's not a lot to go on here besides a few pics. Nevertheless, a DVD drive, 2x USB and what appears to be a slot for memory cards, mic and audio jacks, and dedicated multi-media butto

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We're not going to pretend to fully understand the machine translated text we've been given. However, we know this, that's one sexy SatNav and in-car entertainment device for S.Korea up there. In what looks to be TG's first GPS device, the \"El\" (the \"the\"?) features dual-channel terrestrial DMB bro

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It's not unusual to find pre-fabricated rigs with game-specific paint jobs here in the US, but Trigem is looking to pique South Korea's interest with its Lineage 2 Dreamsys STWT. The glossy white tower sports some fairly impressive artwork on the front panel, and while your attachment to the game m

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Korea's TriGem just made their first trip to Santa Rosa this morning with the launch of their Averatec 8300 laptop. We're talkin' a 15.4-inch widescreen display, 160GB disk, DVD super multi-drive, a 1.3 megapixel webcam integrated into the bezel, and \"the latest graphics card.\" Unfortunately, there

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Intel seems to be handing out awards left and right these days, following up its co-sponsorship of a competition with Samsung with the announcement of the winners of its Intel Core Processor Challenge today. This one tasked competitors with designing a system based on Intel's Viiv platform and Core

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Trigem really likes to cover its Averatec bases, and this time around it's hitting on the teensy end of laptopdom with the new Averatec 1500 11.1-inch laptop. The little portable sports a WXGA screen, 1.0GHz Core Duo ULV U2400 processor, 1GB of DDR2 RAM and a 100GB SATA HDD. About the fanciest sp

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TriGem, you know, the Korean company behind Averatec here in the US, have just thrown down an update to the Little Lluon media PC. Dubbed the Little Lluon+, it's now slimmer but heftier than its cuz at 44-mm (1.7-inch) / 3-kg (6.6-pound) and purrs along at a maximum of 31.6dB on down to 25.1dB at a

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