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Motom rolls out M7 MID

02/05/2010, Chances are by now you ought to be able to tell that Motom is a clone of Motorola, rolling out their MID known as M7. This China-sourced device will run on Windows XP with an Intel Menlow 1.1GHz processor (been a while since we saw one of those in a new...

PrePeat printer goes green

02/05/2010, Although technology has progressed to such a point where going paperless is a viable option, to be 100% paperless might be asking for too much. After all, ordinary printing using an inkjet paper sure places a toll on the environment, what with the amount...

Asus looks to wireless capable O!Play hub

02/05/2010, There are several sources in the industry that point towards Asus mulling over the inclusion of wireless capability to the PC-to-display streaming TF-600 media player from Taifatech which will see action in a set-top box. Should these reports hold water,...

Intel 2010 Core vPro technology announced

02/05/2010, Intel recently announced its 2010 Intel Core vPro technology that will see action in business-class laptops and desktop PCs, where it was specially designed to “keep downtime and desk-side visits to a minimum”. This new vPro version will boast...

Haleron iLet Mini

02/05/2010, Haleron has just introduced its iLet Mini which jumps aboard the touchscreen tablet bandwagon, where you get a 7″ touchscreen display alongside a 300MHz ARM-based processor, 128MB RAM and a mere 2GB of flash memory. That’s not saying much,...

MacBook Air clone from China

02/05/2010, Where else but China can you get clones of all sorts of devices? The latest to fall victim would be the MacBook Air, as this clone comes in an exact duplicate packaging, alongside a manual and relevant drivers to get you started. Well, opening it up will...

FCC approves of LG X20 netbook

02/05/2010, LG joins the super slim netbook banddwagon with the LG X20 which just passed all the hurdles set up by the FCC recently, where it will hit the following countries – the US, Canada, Europe, Australia, China, India, Korea and Singapore. No idea on...

128GB Corsair Flash Voyager GTR

02/04/2010, Do you remember Corsair’s 128GB Voyager GT, touted as the fastest in the world? Well, it looks like it’s going to lose its crown, albeit to its successor – the 128GB Voyager GTR. Considering that the GTR boasts read speeds of 34MB/s and...

AMD ATI Radeon HD5450 graphics card

02/04/2010, AMD outs its latest ATI Radeon HD5450 graphics card, being the most affordable DirectX 11 (and OpenGL 3.2) solution in the market as at press time, retailing for no more than $60 a pop. Despite that highly affordable price point, the ATI Radeon HD 5450...

UMID mbook M1 gets USB port

02/04/2010, Some guy with an enterprising mind came up with a project that sees his UMID mbook M1 receive a full-sized USB port on the side by shoehorning it in. Johnjtaylor (that’s his online handle) came up with this fairly easy DIY project, although as in...

Kratos God of War case mod

02/04/2010, Anyone who has given the God of War franchise a spin on the PS2 and PSP will most probably fall in love with the lush graphics, larger-than-life foes and gameplay system which promoted a hack-and-slash attitude (with some babes thrown in for good...

USB hard drive enclosure hooks up via DVD connector

02/04/2010, With necessity being the mother of all inventions, Alec who required a way to hook up an IDE DVD drive using USB decided to use the circuit board of an old USB hard drive enclosure, connecting it to his DVD drive instead. The results were almost...

Joojoo tablet ready to ship this month

02/04/2010, The Joojoo tablet (aka CrunchPad) looks set to hit the markets later at the end of this month, where it has already been available for pre-order for $499, which places it on par with Apple’s cheapest iPad. It would be interesting to see how the...

HP TouchSmart 600 Quad series priced

02/03/2010, HP’s latest puppy, the TouchSmart 600 Quad series has been slapped with a $1,700 entry price which will net you a 23″ touchscreen display that is powered by one of the latest Intel Core i7-720QM quad-core processors, zipping about at 1.6GHz...