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Acer Aspire One ZG5 Being Prepped

04/07/2009, Word has it that Acer is currently waiting to roll out a new Aspire One netbook known as the ZG5, being integrated with WiMAX connectivity. FCC documents have revealed that this closely resembles the best selling 8.9″ Acer Aspire One, and it will be...

Acer Announces Aspire TimeLine Notebooks

04/07/2009, Acer’s Aspire line is not limited to just netbooks but notebooks as well, with their latest Aspire Timeline notebooks being announced recently. The initial specifications list look rather interesting, coming in comfortably large LED-backlit displays...

Acer AspireRevo Based on NVIDIA’s ION Platform Just Launched

04/07/2009, Acer just announced the first computer based on NVIDIA’s ION platform. Acer named it AspireRevo. It looks like a Nettop, except that it contains an entry-level NVIDIA GPU that is many times faster (10X, it’s the same GPU found in the recent...

Mouse Mouse Is Creepy

04/07/2009, We’d suggest you give this article a miss if you do not happen to possess the necessary intestinal fortitude – after all, we’re talking about a computer mouse that brings the truth much closer to home than what we’re used to. The...

BFG Tech Offers Dual Graphic Cards PCs

04/07/2009, BFG Tech ups the ante when it comes to performance PCs by announcing that their Phobos Performance Gaming/Home Theater System will be powered by a couple of graphics cards as part of its standard model. Not only that, you will also benefit from...

DroboPro Offers More Storage Space

04/07/2009, One can never have enough storage space – that’s our mantra anyways, and it is nice to see an outfit like Drobo release the DroboPro, an easy-to-use NAS that is larger and meaner. The most basic configuration will set you back by $1,300, and...

GMail Update for iPhone and Android

04/07/2009, Google has just announced a GMail update for the iPhone and Android platforms. Basic offline support and user interface improvements are on today’s menu. Google has taken into account that mobile networks are more unreliable than their desktop...

Gigabyte Launches New Machines

04/07/2009, Gigabyte is offering its Booktop M1022 netbook alongside the T1028 and S1024 as new machines for you to part with your hard-earned money if you’re looking for some new computing equipment in your home or office. The Booktop M1022 will be powered by...

Kensington Netbook AC Adapter

04/07/2009, For those of us who are prone to losing our stuff, thankfully there are companies out there that make replacements which do not cost a bomb. Kensington caters to netbook owners who do plenty of traveling, offering a universal netbook adapter for $50 as it...

23 GeForce GTX 295 In a Cluster (Video, Seems Fishy)

04/07/2009, There’s a YouTube video (supposedly) showing 23 GeForce GTX 295. While some describe it as being “a single system” (hear one PC), it looks to us as if it was a cluster of networked PC. In the video, it is clearly shown that there are...

Mouse With Integrated LED Message Display

04/07/2009, Is this one of the more pointless devices to be released to date? An LED message display that has been built into the mouse itself, and is now readily available in Japan (where else). It remains connected to your computer via USB (to draw power for the...

Maximum PC Multitouch Table PC

04/07/2009, Maximum PC decided it wasn’t worth forking out $12,000 for Microsoft’s Surface, so they took the next best route – making one of their own without spending an insane amount of money in the process. Maximum PC managed to build their own...

D-Roll Next Generation Notebook Concept

04/07/2009, Check out this next generation notebook concept from designer Hao Hua – dubbed the D-Roll, or rather, digital roll in full. It distances itself from the traditional concept, instead taking on the form of an artist’s scroll. No idea if flexible...

LimePC Now On eBay

04/07/2009, Folks who have been looking for the LimePC for some strange reason and yet are unable to locate one can now pick it up from eBay for $500, although we’re not too sure whether anyone would want to part with that kind of cash considering you get an...