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PCs, Macs and other “large” computers may seem like the old players in today’s mobile world, but try living without one of those, and you’ll realize that they are still the most comfortable form of computing around.

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Century LCD-10000U 10.1-inch USB Monitor

06/30/2010, Folks over in Japan who are looking for a 10.1-inch USB monitor should be quite happy to hear that Century has begun selling its LCD-10000U 10.1-inch USB display, offering a 16:9 aspect ratio, 1366 x 768 pixel resolution and measures in at 161mm x 249mm x...


Optimus Popularis sneak peek

06/29/2010, Check out a clearer image of the upcoming Optimus Popularis display keyboard that is destined (keep your fingers crossed!) to be released before the year is over at best, or early next year at worst. It will retail for under $1,000, where pre-orders will...

Cisco Cius Tablet Announced

06/29/2010, Cisco is jumping on the tablet wagon, but it won’t go head to head with the iPad and other consumer business. Instead, Cisco sees the Cius Tablet as a business tablet. Why business? Here are Cisco’s 6 productivity bootsers: “Mobility, HD...

Cooler Master V6GT CPU cooler gets fashionable LED strip

06/29/2010, If you happen to want to build a speed demon of a gaming rig, then chances are you would delve into the world of overclocking, which means a CPU cooler is in order. The Cooler Master V6GT CPU cooler might just fit the bill since it will cater to the...

Virgin Mobile launches MiFi 2200 router

06/29/2010, We talked about Virgin Mobile rolling out the MiFi 2200 device recently, and D-Day is here. This is the first product of such kind to be offered by Virgin Mobile, where you can have up to five Wi-Fi devices hooked up to it, all of them gaining access to...

Pogoplug becomes an internet printer for iPad, Android and others

06/29/2010, Pogoplug has announced a firmware update that turns the internet sharing appliance into a “web printing” enabler that lets devices like iPads, iPods, Android phones and other internet connected devices print-capable. PogoPlug has worked with...

Seagate Announces Its 3TB FreeAgent GoFlex Desk External Drive

06/29/2010, Folks who are forever running out of hard drive space will be glad to hear that Seagate has just announced its 3TB FreeAgent GoFlex Desk drive, which packs a single 3TB hard drive inside, and is huge enough to store about 120HD movies. Aside from its...

US Dell Streak To Be Available In Some Cool Packaging?

06/29/2010, It’s still not confirmed that this will be the actual packaging for the US version of the Dell Streak, but if it is, the folks over in the UK are probably going to be quite jealous, as this seems to come in a pretty acrylic casing, which is a lot...

Here comes the $37 portable computer

06/28/2010, Spotted on eBay, this $37 smartbook has just enough power to do the most basic tasks (like booting :) ). It is powered by a 300Mhz ARM processor that has 128MB of RAM at its disposal – that’s less than what my Firefox is currently using with 7...