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Bluedot BSP-S20K Flat Speaker

06/18/2009, Bluedot has just released its BSP-S20K flat speaker that measures a mere 19mm in thicknes. While it is unable to bring the house down with its 2W x 2ch specifications, it ought to be more than enough for personal use whenever you’re sitting in front...

Super Talent MasterDrive SX SSD

06/18/2009, Super Talent has just rolled out its MasterDrive SX SSD range that will come in three capacities – 64GB, 128GB and 256GB. All three were specially designed for speed, and will boast an unusually large 128MB of cache, alongside an 8-channel...

Rocky Inspired USB Flash Drives

06/18/2009, Guess everything is game for a USB flash drive these days, including characters from the Rocky movie franchise. These ones will perform crunches whenever they are plugged into your USB port, pretty much like these what the USB Crunching Dog is able to do....

Artmu Laptop Sleeve More Useful Than You Think

06/18/2009, Most of us who bring our notebooks and netbooks with us wherever we go might do so in a bag or a laptop sleeve, but how many of us chuck away the laptop sleeve when we draw out beloved device out from it? Artmu introduces some form of respect for the...

Shuttle SA76G2 Mini PC

06/18/2009, Shuttle is back with another barebones mini PC dubbed the SA76G2, where it holds the distinction of being the first barebones product which will support AMD socket AM3 processors courtesy of its 760G chipset, and that includes the Phenom II as well as...

Cideko Wireless Air Keyboard

06/17/2009, The recently concluded Computex 2009 in Taiwan saw Cideko parade their wireless keyboard known as the Air Keyboard, where it not only allows you to type all your instant messages and compose emails from a distance without worrying about getting all...

Pegatron Vivid Netbook

06/17/2009, Pegatron’s foray into the netbook world understands that most people these days are connected to some sort of social network, and hence it isn’t surprising to see Yahoo!, Google, MSN and Skype keys included on the Vivid prototype netbook. To...

Buffalo HD-PXU2 External Hard Drive

06/17/2009, Buffalo has released their latest external hard drive, the HD-PXU2 which will come in two flavors – 250GB and 500GB. Regardless of capacity, it will come with an integrated USB cable alongside a shockproof casing, giving you some leeway in toting...

Intel Aims To Cap Netbook Prices

06/17/2009, Intel has released a statement where they recommend netbook prices not to shoot past $400, but then again this is not a rule which must be followed as manufacturers are still free to set their own prices. This sounds like good news to some, but it will...

Toshiba NB205 Get Long Battery Life

06/17/2009, Toshiba’s NB205 netbook might seem pretty ordinary until you realize that it lasts for up to 8.5-hours even in real world conditions, making this one of the longest lasting Atom-powered 10″ netbook to date. The specifications inside seem...

Mario USB Flash Drive

06/16/2009, Why didn’t Nintendo think of this before? Guess they were too busy using the DS Lite and WIi to print money that they didn’t notice this handmade Mario USB flash drive that weighs in at 4GB from Etsy. This unique flash drive will cost $55,...

Umid mBook Unboxing And Hands-On

06/16/2009, I just got a Umid mBook, a mobile internet device (MID) powered by an Atom processor. Out of the box, it runs Windows XP Home, but I might try to install Windows 7 which is more finger-friendly (kind of). At the moment, I have turned the unit on and...

Sony VGP-BMS10 Bluetooth Mouse

06/16/2009, Sony isn’t really that famous when it comes to peripherals, but here’s their latest effort – the VGP-BMS10 Bluetooth Mouse which frankly, doesn’t really look as ergonomic as any good mouse should. Well, it looks as though the...

Opera Unite: Your Web Browser is Now a Web Server Too

06/16/2009, Opera’s goal is to enable users to share content, on every device, to every device. Opera Unite is a web server integrated in your web browser. By doing so, Opera allows its users to share files (an Opera account is required). Opera has demonstrated...