05/25/2011, Samsung has just unveiled a new all-in-one desktop computer, the Smart One AF315 that will go on sale in Korea tomorrow. Featuring a 23″ (1920 x 1080) 3D display, an Intel “Sandy Bridge” Core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM, a 1TB (7,200RPM) hard disk drive, a Blu-ray drive and a TV tuner. For folks who aren’t keen on having an immersive 3D experience (with the bundled 3D glasses), the display […]
05/18/2011, If you’ve decided to give up your Windows desktop for a Mac computer there might be quite a lot of files that you still want from your old computer. So how do you transfer them over to your shiny new Mac computer hassle-free? That’s where Parallels Transporter comes in. To help you make the transition from a Windows over to the Mac OS X painless and hassle-free. Parallels Transporter doesn’t […]
05/17/2011, Lian Li, manufacturers of high-end, all-aluminum desktop computer chassis has just announced the launch of three new cases. The mid-tower PC-Z60, the full-tower PC-Z720, and the full tower PC-P80N. Inspired by their classic Armorsuit PC-P80 that was released back in 1998, these new cases are designed for high-performance computers that can take advantage of an effective cooling system and neat internals. The cases are made from all-black anodized aluminum to […]
05/16/2011, Elgato has just released a dual network tuner that allows users to watch HDTV wirelessly on a Mac or a PC. Called the HDHomeRun, all users have to do is attach the device to a TV antenna or digital cable and it’s ready to wirelessly stream content to any computer on the WiFi network. If you’ve only got one TV in the house and you’re tired of fighting for the […]
05/15/2011, HP has released the new generation of HP Pavilion desktop computers that have been redesigned to look good, and yet, be practical (by the way, the two qualities don’t have to collide – that’s the while point of “design”). As you can see, the new Pavilion desktops come in the form of a medium, mini and small towers, depending on how much power and extensibility users want.
05/14/2011, We live blogged the Google I/O keynote on Wednesday where major announcements were made, including the launch of the Google Chromebook computers manufactured by Samsung and Acer that will be available June 15 in the US for $449 (Samsung WiFi version), $499 (Samsung WiFi+3G version) and $349 (Acer). “The future is on the web”…”in a browser”, Google says, so the search giant is bringing its dream to the market in […]
05/10/2011, Lian Li has been out of the news for quite some time already, so it is rather pleasant to hear that they are back with a spanking new special edition PC case known as the PC-U6 Cowry. This will be an all-black (to look more menacing, we might add) PC case that sports the rather unique design characteristics of a seashell. At last, you need not have another boring, rectangular […]
05/09/2011, In today’s world where everybody in the music industry is pretty much “Autotuning” their way to success, it makes you wonder are humans even required to sing anymore. Well some researchers in Japan seem to think so, and they claim that they’ve managed to develop a process where computers can be taught to sing so well, they’re indistinguishable from talented human performers. While it was already possible to make computers […]
05/09/2011, There are many theories that surround the cause of schizophrenia, and one of them points to the excessive release of dopamine, as the brain remembers too many irrelevant stuff. Sounds like going to school? Actually no, as schizophrenics will be easily overwhelmed by the vast amounts of facts, thoughts and memories that are crammed within their heads, processing them into conclusions which aren’t grounded in reality in the end. Dubbed […]
05/08/2011, The HP Mini 210 is getting a refresh and this time around, HP has further refined its design. HP’s most popular Netbook has been modified to look good — from every angle (yes, even below). When closed, the curvy edge of the screen lands perfectly on the base of the laptop, and the same thing goes for the connection where the hinge of the screen is. From the side, its […]
05/08/2011, As consumers get used to having good looking and entertainment-capable laptops at home, they are also demanding consumer-friendly design and features at work. That’s precisely what HP aims to offer with the Probook 5330m. Using its Forge design philosophy, HP has built a business computer that looks good. HP has also added Beats audio technology so that workers can enjoy the latest hit conference call. However, underneath the aluminum and […]
05/06/2011, A games developer, David Braben, recently paid the BBC a visit with a prototype computer called the Raspberry Pi. The minicomputer consists of a tiny circuit board with an ARM processor, a USB port and a HDMI connection – and that’s about it. Users just have to attach a keyboard to its USB port, and a TV to its HDMI port and they’re set.
05/05/2011, Word on the street has it that Apple might just issue Intel with a stop work order when it comes to supplying Cupertino with processors for their range of laptops. It might not be soon, but some sources claim that it is more or less a done deal. It seems that Apple intends to migrate their laptop and desktop range to ARM-based chips, the sooner th e better. After all, […]
05/03/2011, The Apple Store was down earlier today, and as usual people predicted that it was time for a new iMac to hit the store. They were right. Apple has officially announced the arrival of their next generation iMac all-in-one desktop. The new iMac features the latest quad-core processors, new graphics cards, Thunderbolt I/O technology and a new FaceTime HD camera. They tout this version of the iMac to be 70% […]