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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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Google Chrome OS to work with a multitude of devices

02/03/2010, It seems as though Google’s Chrome OS won’t see limited functionality to just netbooks and even tablets, but has the ultimate vision to run on low-power computers – we’re talking about other platforms including large screen...

NEC AS171 LCD monitor

02/03/2010, NEC takes the high moral ground by revealing the AS171 LCD monitor in a size that used to wow people more than a decade ago at 17″, but by today’s standards, it just won’t do if you happen to spend plenty of time in front of a desktop....

Samsung EcoGreen F3EG hard drive

02/03/2010, Samsung goes green with their latest EcoGreen F3EG hard drive that comes with 2TB of storage space which spans across a quartet of 500GB platters. Using Samsung’s EcoTriangle technology that comprises of eco-friendly components, low-power and...

NEC PA241W 24-inch Monitor

02/02/2010, Are you really fussy about the color that’s displayed on your monitor? Do you feel that you need to get the most realistic colors on your monitor? Well, if you do, you’ll certainly be looking for an IPS (in-plane switching) monitor. With that...

Toshiba Portege M780 Supports Multi-touch And Win7 Gestures

02/02/2010, It looks like Toshiba’s Portégé lineup will be getting a new member in the form of the M780. While most manufacturers out there are gunning for the increasingly popular tablet design, Toshiba hasn’t given up on the convertible tablet...

Multicolored Sony Vaio E Series Launched

02/02/2010, Sony has just launched its VAIO E series line of notebooks, and its 15.5-inch stands out from the pack by offering an extremely customizable design. Besides being offered in bright colors such as “Caribbean Green”, “Hibiscus Pink”...

iStorage diskGenie external hard drive

02/02/2010, External hard drives are dime a dozen, but there is always room for one more it seems. The iStorage diskGenie is such an example, offering up to 500GB of storage space amidst above average security features to keep your data safe and sound from prying...

USB Train hub for the kid in you

02/01/2010, Want to spice up your work area with a useful piece of USB gear? You can’t go too far off tangent with the USB Train Hub, where it comes in the form factor of a much shorter high-speed bullet train, featuring an LED indicator light located on top of...

AIS semi-rugged touchscreen tablet

02/01/2010, Will tablets carve out a niche market for themselves? Perhaps, and if you happen to find the tablet a useful device to have in your work situation, why not go all the way and get a semi-rugged version which will definitely come in handy especially if you...

Dell Alienware M11x now available for pre-order

02/01/2010, Just as Dell promised, its pretty high performance Alienware M11x gaming notebook (which does seem to toy with the netbook category though) is now available for pre-order, bringing larger-than-life gaming performance on one extremely compact package. We...

Samsung N510 suffers from hinge design problem

02/01/2010, While Samsung’s N510 hinge design problem isn’t going to be fatal compared to what Toyota is experiencing at the moment, the N510 still suffers from a hinge problem which has the potential to snap the case open. To date, 13 people have...

OreObject Ball-shaped Mouse

02/01/2010, Do you want a really expensive mouse, with a stainless steel, titanium or platinum finish? Well, if you don’t mind the weird ball-shaped design, then the OreObject SPHEREtouch mouse is probably what you’re looking for. It’s...

Apple Mac OS X tablet rumors

02/01/2010, The iPad might not even be released yet, but there are already whispers of a Mac OS X-powered tablet which comes in a more advanced form factor. This new model ought to be boast superior hardware in order to run Mac OS X smoothly, and should all go well...

Microsoft Unveils New SideWinder X4 Gaming Keyboard

02/01/2010, Microsoft has come up with a new addition to its SideWinder family – the SideWinder X4. This keyboard, along with everything else in the “X-series”, is designed with gamers in mind, and one of the features touted about this keyboard...