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PhotoFast G-Monster-eSATA/USB Device

04/07/2009, PhotoFast is back with another device that is sure to please folks who love carrying around tons of data and yet being able to access them within the shortest time possible – with the G-Monster-eSATA/USB, this is now possible. Available in 32GB,...

G400 WiMAX MID Back As M0

04/07/2009, Guess the G400 WiMAX MID is back under a different name now – the M0, featuring an all-white casing that holds its 4.3″ display, 5-megapixel autofocus camera, a VGA camera for video conferencing purposes, GPS navigation, Bluetooth 2.0 +EDR...

USB Syringe Flash Drive

04/07/2009, Brando must think us computer users are all crack addicts, since they have made available the USB Syringe Flash Drive. Not something we’d recommend you bring along if you’re about to jet set around the world, as you’ll probably hold up...

Microsoft Ads Aims at Apple Where it Hurts: Value For The Price

04/06/2009, Microsoft is coming out with a couple of video ads that kick Apple where it hurts: the stalk the value. Basically the ad says that users who want a computer that bulkier and more powerful should look at PCs because they provide a better value for the...

HP Pavilion DV2 is Available

04/06/2009, We first presented the Pavilion DV2 back in January at CES and it got quite a few people drool over it. Now, it is finally available at the price of $750. It’s not bad for a laptop that’s less than 1″ thick, comes with 4GB of...

Apple 2TB Capsule Leaked?

04/06/2009, Images of a 2TB Time Capsule packaging spotted on ClubMac, an online retailer has sparked a wave of rumors. A recent visit to ClubMac shows that the current image does not show “2TB”, although it might have shown it at some point. The...

Samsung LCD Monitor With Super-Thin Bezel

04/06/2009, While most of us like thin bezels, only few of would actually pay a premium for super-thin bezels. However, thin bezels can be all the rage for a multi-display setup, or a display wall. Samsung just announced 46″ monitors that have bezels that are...

Commodore 64 Laptop Makes Retro Cool

04/06/2009, Trust Ben Heckendorn to turn old things into something utterly cool – the Commodore 64 for instance. This laptop offers the perfect balance between being retro and yet decidedly stylish. Features include the much loved C64 keyboard and a power...

HP Mini 2140 Get Higher Resolution Display

04/06/2009, HP’s Mini 2140 netbook is pretty successful to date, and this time you will be able to choose from a higher resolution for its display, touching 1,366 x 768 pixels instead of the much lower 1,024 x 576 resolution found in the original. This higher...

Nokia Could Enter Netbook Market

04/06/2009, Nokia, the world’s top cell phone manufacturer, has recently laid down its plans to join the netbook race, at least that’s what people close to the company claim. Chances are majority of these new netbooks will be manufactured by Nokia’s...

SATA HDD Dock Station Combo Stereo Speaker And Hub

04/06/2009, Not all hard drive docking stations are the same, as Brando’s latest offering attempts to prove everyone wrong by merging the functionalities of a hard drive dock and an audio player. Capable of holding both 2.5″ and 3.5″ SATA hard...

Non-US Vaio P Models Unlockable

04/06/2009, Folks who own a non-US Vaio P will be able to hack their unit to enable HSDPA connectivity thanks to the efforts of DC-unlocker and Conics.net who recently announced that the Option GTM 382 data card found within the highly configurable Vaio P90 can now...

SNES USB Hub

04/06/2009, Can’t get enough retro goodness in your home? Check out the SNES USB Hub you see here which is made out of a SNES cartridge. It takes a fair bit of DIY knowledge to make this possible, as you will need to remove the innards of an old SNES cartridge...

T-Mobile To Push Devices Running On Android

04/06/2009, T-Mobile is currently working on releasing a bunch of communications devices which will be powered by Google’s new Android operating software that is currently seeing action on one of its handsets. According to T-Mobile, they hope to sell an...