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Level Twelve Wooden PC

12/09/2010, We’ve previously seen the Level Eleven computer casemod and now we’ve caught wind of the Level Twelve casemod from Jeffrey Stephenson. The casemod isn’t like your standard casemod as the computer can be easily removed from it. The box,...

MSI Wind Top AC1900 All-In-One PC for Budget Shoppers

11/18/2010, MSI’s Wind Top AC1900 is the latest addition to the company’s all-in-one desktop PC lineup, which features an 18.5-inch 1366 X 768 display and integrated Intel GMA X4500 graphics along with a dual-core Celeron CPU clocked at 2.6 GHz and 2 GB...

Apple I personal computer on auction at Christie’s

11/11/2010, One of the earliest Apple relics (no, we’re not talking about Steve Job’s first turtleneck sweatshirt ever) is already on auction at Christie’s, where the Apple I personal computer will start from an estimated $160,000 with the potential...

Habey WIT-1800 embedded computer system

11/03/2010, Habey USA has come up with their latest offering, the Habey WIT-1800 embedded computer system which will run without a fan – that means it will not sound as though the world is falling apart when you’re in deathly quiet environments. With...

Cyberpunk PC Looks Like It Just Exited The Matrix

10/25/2010, If you were to build a computer to the theme of the Matrix and did a good job at it, it would probably end up looking like the computer pictured here. It’s touted as a cyberpunk PC and doesn’t mention anything about specifications. That being...

Speedlink Cue Multi-touch Wireless Mouse For PCs

10/24/2010, If you wanted to get the fun of multi-touch on your older Windows notebook that didn’t feature a multi-touch trackpad, then you might want to check out the Speedlink Cue. The Cue is a wireless 1000dpi optical mouse with a multi-touch surface. It...

70TB DIY computer is a wonder

10/21/2010, Just empty your mind at the moment – how much space is 70TB? Before you go wild with your imagination (or just are plain terrible at math), let us list down the nitty gritty. On average, 70TB of storage space is able to hold around 24 million songs,...

Charles Babbage’s Analytical Engine could very well be realized

10/14/2010, A UK campaign is currently underway for Charles Babbage’s Analytical Engine to be built. Just how far back do you think we have to turn the clock to get this going? Well, we’re talking about a truck-sized, prototype computer that was first...

Retailers List Duke Nukem Forever For Feb 1st Release

10/04/2010, Many of you gamers out there have been waiting a long time for Duke Nukem Forever, and recently pre-order pages on Amazon and Gamestop have listed the game’s release date as Feb 1st 2011. It’s worth mentioning that while it might be an early...

New Bios replacement could offer superior start up times

10/03/2010, How long does it take for your computer to boot up from the get go? Well, even the fastest machine isn’t able to do so in seconds, but a new Bios replacement could change all that. We’re talking about UEFI which will more or less make its way...

Toshiba and Best Buy Target Youth With Satellite L635 Laptop

09/23/2010, After having just recently announced a slew of portables, Toshiba is back making news with retailer Best Buy to bring a rugged laptop targeted at youths. The companies are saying that this is the first youth-oriented laptop on the market today, and...

HP Announces Its TouchSmart310 And Omni100 All-in-One PCs

09/21/2010, HP seems to be on a roll recently, and after the announcement of some Android tablet-based printers, the computing giant has also introduced two new all-in-one computers, the TouchSmart310 and the Omni100 which will be priced from $699 and $499...

CompuLab fit-PC2 gets new model, still as small as ever

09/19/2010, CompuLab’s fit-PC2 holds the distinction of being one of the smallest nettops to be released to date, and the fact that it doesn’t even need a fan to run makes it all the more remarkable. No fan means less noise, and the natural airflow itself...