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Tangent VITA K Series

11/16/2007,  Tangent launched a new group of ultra slim, industrial strength touch screen PCs known as the VITA K Series. Not only do they come in rugged metal enclosures that is attention grabbing, the VITA K PCs are also energy efficient, and industrial...

Blowable computer interface

11/15/2007, Just when you thought the DS brought about a whole new level of interactivity, along comes students from Georgia Tech who developed an audio analysis program that allows you to blow at your computer in order to control it. All you need is a single...

Asus Eee PC running Mac OS X

11/15/2007, The ultra-light Macbook might be coming soon, but our friends from uneasysilence say that they have successfully installed Mac OS X Leopard on their Asus Eee PC, based on the LifeHacker tutorial. The downside is that Leopard is slow on the Eee’s...

HotSeats 723 Game Chair

11/15/2007, The HotSeats 723 Flight Simulator TRX Game Chair is yet another piece of furniture that targets gamers, and it comes complete with a 23″ HDTV widescreen LCD monitor, a 1.8GHz Dual Core processor PC, an LCD mount, Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound speakers...

USB Thermometer

11/15/2007, Brando has released the USB Thermometer that gives you a reading of the current indoor temperature along with the ability to store such data in your computer. It looks like a standard USB flash drive at first glance, save for the fact that you can’t...

WiFi Bus in Singapore

11/14/2007, Looks like Singapore is about to be one of the most connected city states in the world, with a dozen fully tricked out WiFi buses roaming its streets courtesy of Nokia. Sounds great to me – you can now surf while riding in a bus all day long, or...

ATI TV Wonder 650 Combo USB for Mac

11/14/2007, AMD has launched the new ATI TV Wonder 650 Combo USB for Mac, bringing yet another option for Mac users who want to enjoy the HDTV experience on their computer. The ATI TV Wonder 650 Combo USB for Mac marries a couple of TV tuners in order to receive...

Gamercize targets office drones now

11/14/2007, Gamercize, the company that brought you gaming peripherals that required you to sweat before and while you play has just released their new GZ PC-Sport Power Stepper. This stepper works just like other steppers found in the market, save for the fact that...

8GB Asus Eee is coming

11/13/2007, It’s quite a surprise, but Asus is going to release an Eee ultra-mobile PC with a better display, more memory and storage. The good news is that despite the larger display (10” versus 7”) the computer size will be the same. That’s...

Titan Luggage looks striking

11/13/2007, If you’re looking for a striking piece of laptop case that functions as a respectable barrier for your laptop against external knocks and bumps, the 18″ Titan Luggage is perfect. It measures 15″ x 18″ x 5″, weighing 2.6...

Dell 3008WFP 30″ display

11/13/2007, The great Dell 3007WFP 30” display (complete review) has a successor: the… 3008WFP. It has the same 2560×1600 maximum resolution, but it is most importantly capable of providing video scaling. The older 3007WFP did not have an image...

ASUS Ecobook is eco-friendly

11/12/2007, The ASUS Ecobook aims to be as environmentally friendly as possible, with ASUS aiming for a 50% recyclable rate where the sum of the Ecobook’s parts are concerned. In order to achieve this goal, the Ecobook features smooth strips of bamboo all over,...

Toughbooks have different form factors

11/12/2007, Panasonic’s new Toughbooks will come in a trio of form factors – the ultraportable W7, tablet T7, and slim Y7 notebook. All three will be powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, weighing between 3 to 3.7 pounds. Shared features include...

Western Digital GreenPower HDDs

11/12/2007, Western Digital aims to reduce power consumption with their new line of GreenPower hard drives which range from 500GB to 1TB storage capacity. Western Digital boldly claims that these drives are capable of reducing power usage by as much as 40%, making...