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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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Lenovo ThinkPad SL410 and SL510 come with Windows 7

10/21/2009, Windows 7 is finally here, and Lenovo has rolled out a couple of machines that will run on this operating system – the SL410 and SL510, where both models will come with a matte display with VibrantView and anti-glare technology for easier viewing...

Thanko USB ultrasonic cleaner

10/21/2009, Thanko’s latest device would be the USB ultrasonic cleaner, where you will need to make sure that there are at least a couple of USB ports available before you get started. This lets you clean your bling during office hours, giving those pair of...

NVIDIA iRay, RealityServer

10/20/2009, NVIDIA has just announced a 3D cloud infrastructure initiative this morning. The idea is to render incredibly realistic graphics for a number of applications (home design, architecture, product design….) in the cloud and send the images back as a...

Apple MacBook updated with new unibody

10/20/2009, Apple aims to impress the masses (which isn’t a very hard thing to do with a company of its pedigree) by introducing a new unibody MacBook that does resemble the glossy model of the 13″ MacBook Pro of yore, retailing for $999 still. At that...

Apple’s new iMac is here

10/20/2009, The Apple Store just came back online and reveals a new iMac. Here are the updates: Larger displays: 21.5″ and an impressive 27″ 16:9 display (LED backlit). the 21.5″ has a 1920×1080 resolution, which matches HD videos. The...

Sony to demonstrate holographic display

10/19/2009, At CEATEC 09, we noticed that Sony’s new obsession is 3D, most notably with TVs and projectors, but look at this: it is a holographic display that would allow you to move around and see the side or back of the object. The prototype will be shown at...

Nokia Booklet 3G hands-on

10/16/2009, We spent a short time with the Nokia Booklet 3G, and so far, here are our first-impressions: The Booklet 3G is very nicely built. It clearly outclasses most Atom-powered Netbooks out there and besides the lack of backlit keyboard, there’s not much...

Samsung LD series notebook monitors

10/16/2009, Samsung will finally roll out a couple of its LD-series notebook monitors Stateside – it sure too pretty long considering how Samsung released those in Korea earlier this February. Known as the LD220 and LD190N, they are companion monitors and will...

Logitech Gaming Keyboard G110

10/15/2009, Logitech’s latest Gaming Keyboard G110 will succeed the G11, where it will come with customizable backlighting so that you have a choice of rocking it out in either blue or red colors at night, or even mixing both colors together if that is your cup...

Acer shows Android-powered laptop

10/14/2009, Acer has installed Android on its Aspire One D250, a model that has been out for months. From Android, it is also possible to boot to Windows 7 via a “switch OS” function. Weirdly enough, there’s no way to boot directly to Windows 7,...

Glide TV Navigator

10/13/2009, The Glide TV is a cool looking remote for home theater PCs (PC/Mac), PS3 and some set top boxes. There’s a trackpad that replaces the mouse, and it comes with a special software that has a virtual keyboard and other TV functions. There’s no...

Transparent Sony Vaio X laptop

10/13/2009, For the Chinese launch of the Vaio X, Sony was showing a transparent version of the super-slim netbook (nice work on the integration Sony!). It’s great for the curious, and you can be sure that this is just a demo unit that won’t become an...

Dell Mini 9 Slate Tablet Mod

10/13/2009, Kudos to Rob928 for coming up with the first publicized Dell Mini 9 slate tablet mod in the world, where it relied on a Vostro A90, a Honda Fun and Easy touchscreen kit alongside a whole lot of love and patience. This ain’t no multi-touch display...

BFG Deimos gaming notebook

10/13/2009, BFG wants to up the ante in the gaming notebook segment by rolling out three levels of hardware: Performance, Advanced and Elite. The Elite is pretty much self-descriptive, being the top dog among the three by running on an Intel Core 2 Extreme 2.53GHz...