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Storm Releases Its Annihilator Max Gaming Edition Desktop PC

04/30/2010, Folks in Japan who are looking to splash some cash on a new gaming rig should take a peek at the Annihilator Max Gaming Edition by Storm Japan. This powerful gaming computer is going for 299,880 Yen ($3,185) and specifications include:

NEC Gearing Up To Release 3D All-in-one PC This Year

04/20/2010, Looks like NEC wants to bring the increasingly-popular 3D experience to desktop computers, specifically all-in-one desktop computers. NEC has recently demonstrated an all-in-one desktop PC that featured a Blu-ray player with an LCD display that can...

Google tablet being whispered about

04/12/2010, Google might be getting more and more interested in the world of hardware, with news from The New York Times concerning Google’s CEO, Eric Schmidt who recently paraded a Google-made tablet at a party, claiming that the company is currently looking...

Dell Adamo XPS removed from system

03/08/2010, Strange as it might sound, Dell’s Adamo XPS is no longer available in the company’s system for those living Stateside, although it is still available in the UK via Dell’s exclusive retail deal with John Lewis, although there were just...

iCrew GPS cycle computer

03/05/2010, The $70 iCrew GPS cycle computer for the iPhone looks pretty impressive as it comes with a rugged, waterproof case that ought to be able to live up to all the knocks and drops that it goes through in your active lifestyle. It boasts a rotating handlebar...

Habey offers new mini PC

02/22/2010, Habey might sound rather obscure to you, but that is because this isn’t a mainstream computer manufacturer in our part of the world. Their latest mini PC offering is the BIS-6620 which is touted to be “an ultra-compact fanless and noiseless PC...

MiniPC ED510 unveiled

01/29/2010, The Pine Trail processor (from the Intel Atom line) is now making its way to nettops, with the MiniPC ED510 being the latest to sport this processor. Power usage stands at 20W when idle and 31W at maximum, which is pretty decent in keeping your monthly...

Averatec All-in-One PCs announced

01/22/2010, Trigem Japan has lifted the curtain on a couple of its new All-in-One Averatec computers – the nigh-unpronounceable AVA8325E7BD that is equipped with an integrated Blu-ray ROM combo drive, while the AVA8325E7SM skips Blu-ray by sticking with a more...

Clickfree For Mac And PC

01/06/2010, Do you always have trouble backing up your data? Check out the Clickfree, which should be coming in April. Basically the device comes in the morn of a microSD card, allowing PCs and Macs. Once it’s setup nicely, all you have to do is run the job....

Iomega VClone: clone and use your PC anywhere

01/04/2010, Anyone who has been working on multiple computers knows how hard it is to keep everything in sync. There are several strategies that all have their own pitfall, but Iomega takes it to the next level: VClone lets you literally take your operating system,...

Shuttle announces new line up at CES 2010

01/04/2010, [CES 2010] Shuttle has a slew of new models all lined up for the new year, and if you’re looking for a compact solution that offers performance at the same time, perhaps you might want to consider their offerings. The 2010 models will include a...

GoToMyPC Now Can Take You To Your Mac

01/04/2010, Remotely controlling your computer has always been an amazing thing to be able to do, and now it seems that Mac users who want to use GoToMyPC on their Mac can do so in confidence, now that GoToMyPC has been officially launched for Mac, taking it out of...