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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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Using real guns in a virtual world

08/10/2009, Most of us delve into the virtual world to get a dose of what we normally can’t do in the real world, including shooting up aliens with sophisticated new weapons from the military, but here’s taking a 180-degree turn from that idea. Developers...

Cassette Tape 4-Port USB 2.0 Hub

08/10/2009, Another day, another USB 2.0 hub, and this time round we have something that merges the old and the new. The Cassette Tape 4-Port USB 2.0 Hub is pretty self-explanatory – it shares a rather similar exterior as that of a regular cassette tape,...

Sennheiser PC 300 G4ME headset

08/10/2009, Sennheiser looks towards the gaming community this time round with the PC 300 G4ME headset that caters not only to the hardcore gaming crowd, it can also be used when it comes to chatting with friends through a VoIP software. Comprising of a light-weight...

Rebit external USB backup drive

08/10/2009, For folks who have yet to make the effort to backup their data and software on a computer or notebook, we’d strongly recommend you do so unless you really have no sentimental attachment to the digital files stored on either platform. If you’re...

Dell quietly introduces trio of LCD monitors

08/07/2009, Dell recently introduced three new LCD monitors without much fanfare, where they are the Dell ST2310 ($229) as seen above, the E2210H ($199) and E2010H ($139) which will be available in 23″, 22″ and 20″ sizes, respectively. All three of...

iBuyPower Chimera Killer Special Edition PC

08/06/2009, Looking for a new gaming computer, but are still groping around as to what to purchase? The iBuyPower Chimera Killer Special Edition PC might suit your needs, as this model is equipped with the Killer Xeno Pro NIC that will reduce latency by lowering the...

MSI Wind U200 ready to ship

08/06/2009, At long last, the MSI Wind U200 is more than ready to ship after making an appearance earlier this year, as German online retailer notebook.de has listed it for €629. This machine will come with a WXGA LED-backlit display, 4GB RAM, a 320GB...

Buffalo USB 2.0 ThumbDrive

08/06/2009, Buffalo releases yet another USB 2.0 ThumbDrive, where this 5mm wonder is not a true blue USB flash drive but is instead a tiny USB 2.0 microSDHC card reader that comes bundled with a 16GB microSDHC, giving you a 2-in-1 solution with future expansion...

Logitec LAN-W300N/R wireless router

08/06/2009, Logitec of Japan lays claim to the thinnest wireless router in the world, where its LAN-W300N/R measures a mere 7mm at its thinnest segment, while the widest section is but 24mm thick. Apart from that, you can also use the LAN-W300N/R as an access point...

MoGo Presenter Mouse

08/06/2009, The MoGo Presenter Mouse brings together the functionality of a Bluetooth mouse as well as that of a wireless presenter for PowerPoint fans. While this device has been around for years, MoGo’s latest intepretation of this idea will target netbook...

Sprint Personal Hotspot PHS300S

08/06/2009, Want to remain connected to the Internet regardless of where you are? Sprint offers a decent solution with the Sprint Personal Hotspot PHS300S where it can be used with any Sprint 3G data plan that starts from $39.99 upwards – and that’s...

AsRock Ion 330, Dual-core Atom + Nvidia GPU

08/05/2009, The AsRock Ion 330 might be an interesting candidate for a home-theater PC. Because it has a Dual-core Atom 330 running at 1.6Ghz, it might actually be fast enough to record TV shows in Windows Media Center. I can’t vouch for it because I have not...

New Vaio P heading for the USA

08/05/2009, Thanks to the FCC, we now know that there’s a new Vaio P coming to the United States. There is no details about what’s new with it, but some suspect that it is an update similar to what is currently available in Japan: a Vaio P at 2Ghz and a...

Cloud storage nightmare with Flickr

08/05/2009, In silicon valley, you can’t have a conversation in a group (of geeks) without hearing about a cloud-fanatic who’s going to get rid of all local storage and live “in the cloud”. Sounds cool, but that shouldn’t prevent one...