We've got a couple of exciting items in today's roundup of product launches: a new solid-state drive from OCZ and a fresh slate-type device from Barnes & Noble. Meanwhile, Eurocom and Cooler Master have chipped in with a pair of announcements.
I was a little bit skeptical of that Nook color device at first, but the more I read about it, the more interesting it seems. With a decent app catalog, it could be a suitable netbook replacement for folks who need little more than to browse the web and check their Facebook wall from the couch.
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