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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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Seagate GoFlex Drive Connects To Almost Everything

05/05/2010, Seagate just launched FreeAgent GoFlex, a new line of external hard drives that can connect to most interfaces (USB 2.0, USB 3.0, FireWire 400, FireWire 800, and eSATA) so that users get the most of the connectivity they have on their computers. To...

Quake 3 caught running at 100fps on Intel Atom Z-Series processor

05/05/2010, The new Intel Atom Z6xx series of processors that we covered earlier this morning is no flash in a pan, considering it is more than capable of running Quake 3 at a phenomenal 100fps, which is way faster than what top-of-the-line machines back in the day...

HP Mini 210 gets updated design

05/05/2010, HP took the tried and tested route of introducing a new design for their HP Mini 210 netbook, where it will come in preppy pink and white crystal options. The former will sport a pink, plaid-like design with HP Imprint 3-D, touted to be the...


HP Pavilion Dv6 Sports A Touchscreen Display

05/05/2010, Touchscreen displays are fairly common nowadays, but how often do you see a notebook with a touchscreen display and isn’t a convertible tablet? With the announcement of its latest Pavilion dv6 the computing giant now has a 15.6-inch notebook that...

HP Introduces 14 and 17-inch Envy Notebooks

05/05/2010, HP’s Envy line of notebooks is rather popular, and it seems that we were right when we predicted that 14-inch and 17-inch models would be appearing. HP has announced two new Envy notebooks in said sizes and despite what you may think of optical...

New Intel Atom Z6xx To Power Handheld and Tablets

05/05/2010, Intel has announced its new platform includes an Intel Atom Processor (Z6xx Series), the Controller Hub MP20 and a dedicated Mixed Signal IC (MSIC). Intel has been able to reduce idle mode power consumption by up to 50X, which is critical because handsets...

OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 SSD drive

05/04/2010, At first glance, the OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 SSD drive looks pretty delectable, although upon closer inspection, you might feel that this looks more like a render than an actual product shot. We don’t blame you if you feel that way, considering the mass...

MSI CX705MX revealed

05/04/2010, MSI has revealed that it has a new CX705MX notebook that will come with a 512MB Radeon HD 545V graphics chipset, offering more than enough juice for folks who are on a tight budget to handle HD videos on its 17.3″ 1,600 x 900 resolution display. To...

Asus and G.Skill team up for highest overclocked DDR3 memory

05/04/2010, Just a question – does the highest overclocked RAM automatically become the fastest? Well, Asus and G.Skill has teamed up to conjure the highest overclocked DDR3 memory in the world, where it hit an amazing 2.5GHz in terms of frequency to offer...

New Google Chrome betas now available

05/04/2010, The new batch of Google Chrome betas has just been released for Linux, Mac and Windows platforms, featuring claims that they offer major leaps in terms of performance. All three will sport JavaScript engines that run up to 35% faster in benchmarks like...

Epson Perfection V33 and V330 Scanners Launched

05/04/2010, Epson just released a couple of consumer-oriented flatbed scanners called V33 ($90) and V330 ($120). On the hardware side, they look very much like the existing V30 and V330 scanners. The difference is that they come with a bundle of software that include...

Panasonic Updates Its Toughbook CF-52 And CF-T8

05/04/2010, Rugged notebooks aren’t for everybody, but if you are in the market for a rugged notebook, Panasonic has just announced two updated models of its rugged Toughbook computers, the CF-52 notebook and the CF-T8 tablet-alternative. The former now sports...

Level Eleven Wooden PC

05/04/2010, With the market flooded with various low-powered nettop computers, it’s refreshing to see a small computer that has a radically different design, and that’s the Level Eleven wooden PC. Aside from looking incredibly good in that handmade case,...