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Covert Keylogger Keyboard

09/10/2007, If you’re the sneaky type who wants to know what other people’s passwords are (as well as the contents of their email) will definitely find this Covert Keylogger Keyboard deviously delicious. It comes with 2MB of onboard storage and is capable...

Maxtor One Touch 4 Lineup

09/05/2007, The One Touch series of hard drives is positioned as a potent backup tool for the enthusiasts. Three new models have just been launched: Maxtor One Touch 4 (from 250GB/$100 – 750GB/$270) Maxtor One Touch 4 Plus (from 250GB/$130 – 1TB/$360)...

Seagate ultra-fast Cheetah 15k.6

09/05/2007, The Seagate Cheetah series has been a favorite among high-end enthusiast for some time now. With its high rotation speed of 15k Revolution Per Minute (RPM), it can sustain much higher transfer rates compared to conventional disks. The connoisseur will...

MCell HDD has 1GB of smart cache

09/05/2007, There seems to be some confusion about the DTS MCell Hard Drive. It has been described by many sites/blog as a hybrid Solid State Drive (SSD) because it uses 1GB of DDR memory. Tell me if I’m wrong but standard DDR memory (Double Data Rate, commonly...

Left-handed multimedia keyboard

09/04/2007, Lefties, rejoice! There is now a multimedia keyboard that caters specifically to left-handed folks, where the numeric keypad and additional keys are situated on the left hand side of the board in order to allow the natural movement of your left hand...

R2-D2 Wireless Web Camera

08/29/2007, R2-D2, let’s count the number of functions thou has. You can strike off ‘Wireless Web Camera’ from the list as well with this new offering from Hammacher. This little number is actually a 628 x 528 pixel web camera that transmits...

Systemax Assault ruggedized notebook

08/29/2007, Systemax Manufacturing has announced the Assault Ruggedized notebook that boasts a magnesium alloy case in an anti-shock design, complete with a spill resistant keyboard and touchpad that makes it one hardy notebook to tote around. It is powered by an...

MacBook Pro cooling solution concept

08/28/2007, Bostjan Majcen has designed what is probably one of the best looking MacBook Pro cooling solutions ever, where the fan itself is hidden right underneath the Apple logo, bringing a sense of minimalist design that Apple is so famous for. Not only does it...

Samsung unveils SPH-P9000 successor

08/28/2007, Samsung has a brand new UMPC that is guaranteed to knock your socks off – this successor to the SPH-P9000 will come with the ability to hook up to wireless Internet and VoIP courtesy of Mobile WiMax. Features include a spiffy looking folding QWERTY...

Bling mouse and mouse pad

08/28/2007, La Chaise Longue has upped the ante when it comes to bling computer peripherals, and this time they are offering a mouse and mouse pad that has been adorned with jewelry. The mousepad itself comes with a built-in calculator at the top segment for easy...

Sony unveils new Vaio LT PC/TV

08/28/2007, Sony has just launched the Vaio LT PC/TV that aims to merge the functions of a computer and entertainment system in a single device, making this suitable for those living in cramped apartments. You get a lovely “floating glass” design that...

Logitech G51 Surround Sound System

08/22/2007, Logitech has been known to make some pretty decent speaker systems in the past, and this time the company is offering the G51 Surround Sound Speaker System that boasts 360-degree surround sound complete with dual Matrix modes to help immerse you further...

Logitech Alto Cordless Notebook Stand

08/21/2007, Logitech is expanding its Alto line of notebook stands with the addition of the Wireless Alto. The purpose of the stand is quite obvious: it doesn’t take an ergonomics expert to realize that notebooks aren’t built to be worked on for extended...

Augmentix XTG630 welcomes adversity

08/20/2007, For those who live life on the edge, it makes perfect sense to pick up a notebook that is more than capable of absorbing the occasional shock or drop. The Augmentix XTG630 fits the bill perfectly, featuring the innards of a Dell D630 with an outer shell...