eWEEK Labs: Anne Chen's Top Five Mobile Technology Developments of the Year

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eWEEK Labs: Anne Chen's Top Five Mobile Technology Developments of the Year

With Intels low-voltage Core Duo and Core Solo processors, an anti-glare screen, more than 8 hours of battery life, and a number of ground-breaking features, this tablet is a worthy addition to the ThinkPad franchise.

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eWEEK Labs: Anne Chen's Top Five Mobile Technology Developments of the Year - Toshiba Tecra A8

Toshibas Tecra A8 offers a combination of fantastic features and a relatively low price that earned it an eWEEK Labs Analysts Choice award. The Tecra A8 is a portable desktop replacement that delivers all the things users want-robust performance, good g

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eWEEK Labs: Anne Chen's Top Five Mobile Technology Developments of the Year - Palm Treo 700p

The Treo 700p marked a welcome return to Palms handheld operating system and added EvDO network support, allowing Palm OS fans to get broadbandlike speeds on their smart phones.

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eWEEK Labs: Anne Chen's Top Five Mobile Technology Developments of the Year - RIM BlackBerry 7130e

RIMs BlackBerry 7130e brings EvDO WWAN capabilities, a great phonebook and 64MB of flash memory to corporate users. The device can also be used as a modem when connected to a computer.

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eWEEK Labs: Anne Chen's Top Five Mobile Technology Developments of the Year - Apple MacBook Pro

EWEEK Labs' analysts applauded Apple's switch to Intel Core Duo processors and the speed at which Apple was able to make the change. While Apple dragged its feet when it came to upgrading to Intels Core 2 Duo processors, the performance gains and feature

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