After teasing us over Twitter yesterday, Lenovo has now outlined full specs and pricing for its new Q100/Q110 nettops, and D400 Home Server. Both nettops are 0.7-inches thin, and the Q110 has Nvidia Ion graphics with 1080p HDMI output.
Lenovo claims its upcoming Q100/Q110 nettops are "some of the thinnest in the world." We'll wait and see, but I like that etched motif. Meanwhile, we know more about the D400 Windows Home server because it's already available in Asia.
Nikon's 2009 AND 2010 roadmap may have been leaked on Grafika, detailing the upcoming bodies and lenses the company is working on.
Camera nerds, this is exciting. Just a couple of days after Canon's 500D pops up, Nikon's D400 supposedly made an appearance on Nikon's German site. And the specs are just what you'd expect.
Whether it's wishful thinking, educated guessing or true leakage is unclear, but the photo nerds are now abuzz about a Nikon D400 follow-up to the D300 we love so much, which would have D90-like video capability that could potentially rival Canon's 1080p-shootin' EOS 5D Mark II. If that was all gibberish to you, don't…