Weekly Top 10: New MacBooks, Eee Top, Krave, Blu-ray TV

Posted: Oct 19 2008, 4:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:07am CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Flyer

 
Weekly Top 10: New MacBooks, Eee Top, Krave, Blu-ray TV
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As rumors indicated Apple introduced new Apple MacBook and MacBook Pro notebooks this week. Apple highlights the new unibody aluminum design, making the new MacBooks more robust and thinner at the same time. The Apple notebooks stay expensive, only an updated white plastic MacBook is now available at under $1,000.
Elmo Live started to ship this week and got reviewed. The new Elmo is already hard to find for the normal retail price over two month before the Christmas Holidays.
The new Sony PSP-3000 also started to ship this week - the Holiday Shopping Season slowly draws nearer.

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