Along with the fairly staid C5 phone, Nokia today announced a new structure for its phone series—as we heard a few weeks back. Now, all Nokia phones will come in four different classes—the classic C-series, entertainment and media-themed X-series, business E-series and flagship "high end" N-series. [Nokia Conversations
The DocuPen X-Series isn't necessarily a new idea, but it may be the snazziest pen scanner we've seen to date.
How light is Sony's carbon-fiber X Series, the "lightest notebook in the world"? It feels fake, like a trick.
Sony wowed us this morning with its Vaio X Series, but details are now emerging. According to this video, the .55-inch thin system may be more netbook than notebook. And boy, do I want to hold it in my arms.
The ultrathin Vaio we've known Sony's had in them: The X-Series is built with carbon fiber, so the 11.1-incher is 0.55 inches thin and weighs about 1.5 pounds (half a MacBook Air). Plus, Sony's promising crazy battery life.
The Sony Walkman X-series is Sony's premium flash-based portable media player, packing Wi-Fi, noise-cancellation, a redesigned UI and a gorgeous OLED touchscreen. But can it compete with the reigning champ, the iPod Touch? In a word, no.
Trademark crullers over in Finland have unearthed a somewhat obvious but nevertheless interesting find in the Nokia camp this weekend. Mainly, the discovery was made that the "X" line of Nokia smartphones will be soon part of an "XSeries" line.
Sony Style Hong Kong has done us the favor of spilling all the specs behind the fancy X1000 Walkman with OLED touchscreen and web browser Sony announced at CES. I almost want one.
Folks from Stuff Magazine (it soldiers on!) were in Japan recently, and they got a chance to film this Attenborough-esque nature video of Sony's new X-series MP3 Walkman caught in the wild.
Sony's Walkman NWZ-X1000 features an OLED touchscreen, Wi-Fi and built-in noise cancellation. The X-series Walkman seems like a very impressive piece of hardware.
When we showed you those Sharp X-series ultra-thin LCD TVs recently, we mentioned how Sharp had achieved the slimming down: by putting most of the electronics in a separate box, connected by a single cable. Well, now there's news that Sharp has teamed up with AMIMON to do away with that cable and transmit the HDTV…
If you need a new laptop and you are pressed for cash, or you enjoy the heart-pounding thrill of values, the Lenovo outlet is having a firesale on new R, T, X and Z series laptops and X series tablets—many of which are being sold at 50% off. Who knows how long the deals will last, so you had better jump on 'em while…