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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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Test Drive Windows 7 RC1 For One Year

04/30/2009, Microsoft’s Windows 7 Release Candidate 1 should be available to consumers for testing next week, and you should know that Microsoft will let people run it freely until June 2010. Doesn’t it sound much better than the usual 30-day trials? You...

HP MediaSmart Server LX195 Official Specs

04/29/2009, We showed you leaked photos of the upcoming HP MediaSmart Server LX195, but let’s go beyond its good looks to see what type of user is targeted and what this device does. HP’s target is the tech enthusiast who is fairly autonomous, but not...

Moonlight Dual Screen Laptop Concept

04/29/2009, Who says gadgets cannot be sleek and sexy? The Moonlight dual screen laptop concept looks set to melt even the hardest skeptic’s heart, featuring a touch screen display on the lower segment which doubles up as a mouse or carry out the operations of...

AMD Athlon X2 7850 Black Edition 2.8GHz Processor

04/29/2009, AMD has just released the Athlon X2 7850 Black Edition 2.8GHz processor that will be one of the faster 65nm dual-core processor from AMD’s budget line. The Black Edition model makes some leeway for owners to overclock past the factory settings,...

Cooler Master HAF 922 For Gaming Enthusiasts

04/29/2009, Performance freaks for computers will be pleased to know that Cooler Master has come up with the latest model in the HAF (High Airflow Flow) line, known as the HAF 922. This mid-tower offering is able to hold up to seven fans in total, where three of them...

LevelOne MobileSpot WBR 3800 3G Wireless Router

04/29/2009, CP Technologies just announced this 3G wireless router that be used to share a 3G connection thanks to its Cardbus slot on the side. Obviously you will need a compatible 3G device and data plan. We’ve tried something like this in the past and it...

Are PC Makers Shifting Away From Intel’s Atom?

04/28/2009, Industry sources from Taiwan indicates that the demand for Intel’s Atom processor has been slowing despite the rush to build cheaper computers during the recession. Digitimes offers a few explanations: Celeron-based notebooks can compete in price...

PQI SATAII SSD X25M

04/28/2009, PQI is an old hand where SSDs are concerned, and their latest release is the 2.5″ SATAII SSD X25M which boasts some pretty impressive performance figures. How does a maximum read speed of 250MB/sec and a maximum write speed of 70MB/sec sound to you?...

Eee PC 1003HAG Gets WWAN Support

04/28/2009, The Eee PC line has certainly spread its wings far and wide, making its way to Japan, known by the model number 1003HAG. This one is different from others in the market since it will come with an internal wireless WAN module alongside support for NTT...

USB Rechargeable Torch With Card Reader

04/28/2009, Ladies will find the USB Rechargeable Torch with Card Reader useful since it will be able to illuminate your seemingly cavernous handbag in dark venues like cinemas when looking for something in particular, courtesy of its trio of super bright white LEDs....

Rusted Steampunk USB Flash Drive

04/28/2009, Steampunk is one genre that some people get it and others don’t, so those who fall under the former will be interested in the Rusted Steampunk USB Drive 2.0 that looks as though it was salvaged from the Titanic herself. Created by cerriousdesign,...

MacBook Mini Rumors Abound

04/28/2009, It just can’t stop – rumors of Apple coming up with a netbook version of the MacBook. The latest rumor would involve a listing for a particular “MacBook Mini” in Adium, and we wonder whether the way this term has surfaced bears any...

UMID M1 mbook Unboxed

04/28/2009, You ain’t hip if you don’t own a netbook, or so that’s the general feeling these days. The UMID M1 mbook jumps aboard the netbook bandwagon, where the device ships in a relatively neat package that offers out-of-the-box Internet...