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Rumour: Apple to add digital camera to classic iPod

Plus, MSI's all-in-one desktop product and Dell sees signs of stabilization

August 31, 2009
MSI debuts Wind Top All-in-One AE2010 desktop
Engadget
Laura June writes about a new all-in-one desktop product from MSI.

“MSI’s just announced the Wind Top All-in-One AE2010 desktop – a step up from the previous AE1900. The 20-incher boasts a 1600 x 900 touchscreen, an AMD Athlon X2 Dual Core CPU (an improvement over its previous Atom 230 / 330), onboard ATI Radeon 3200 graphics card, 4GB of DDRII 533MHz SDRAM, a 320GB hard drive, six USB ports, and a 4-1 card reader. This bad boy has a starting price of $649.99, and will be available next month.”

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Apple to add digital camera to classic iPod?
ZD Net
Rachel King uncovers yet another rumour around Apple products, this time, involving a digital camera.

“Rumours are swirling the Internet that Apple will announce the addition of a digital camera to the classic iPod model. To be honest, I’m a bit surprised that Apple hasn’t done this already, but I would welcome it once its here.”

Dell continues to bet on 2010 enterprise refresh cycle; Confirms working with China Mobile
ZD Net

Larry Dignan outlines Dell’s second quarter financial earnings and how they fared according to Wall Street.

“Dell’s second quarter earnings were down 23 per cent from a year ago, but topped Wall Street estimates. The company continues to bet on an enterprise refresh cycle in 2010 and sees ongoing signs of stabilization. The company last Thursday reported earnings of $472 million, or 24 cents a share, on revenue of $12.76 billion, down 22 per cent from a year ago. Wall Street was expecting earnings of 23 cents a share on revenue of $12.6 billion.”

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