This week nothing very interesting happened on Friday night. And then on Saturday night - which is now - nothing very interesting happened again. Except for gas-propelled cream splat face prank and, oh yeah, this Japanese company 3D-printed a working model of a jet engine. So there's those things that happened.
From Panasonic's "Let's note" series, 5 new models of the RZ4 series 10.1-inch notebook PC will be released on October 17. Pricing starts at 160,000 yen.
It's a clamshell note PC. By rotating the screen and folding it, it can be used as a tablet. One of the Main features of the RZ4 series is that it weighs only 745g. It is currently the lightest among all notebooks with a rotatable screen.
Logicool, a Japanese subsidiary of Logitech International, is going to release a slim keyboard cover for iPad Air for 11,000 yen on October 21.
A keyboard is attached to the inside of the case, so just by opening the case, you can use your iPad Air like a notebook PC. When not in use, it works as a case for your iPad Air to protect it from being damaged.