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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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Sony Vaio P overclocked

10/08/2009, The Sony Vaio P seemed to be too slow for this particular forum poster, and he decided to use his technical know-how to overclock it for a more commendable performance, pushing the Intel Atom Z540 1.86GHz processor to run at 2.40GHz without compromising...

Lbook T9 tablet

10/08/2009, Could the tablet computer market actually mature this time round? After all, with Apple entering the fray, things could really heat up. There is a new model in town – the Lbook T9 that will retail for no more than $375, where it boasts an 8.9″...

Kingston MobileLiteG2 memory card reader

10/08/2009, Kingston is more or less better known for their memory products, but this time round we have an accessory in the form of the Kingston MobileLiteG2 memory card reader. This second generation MobileLite device will support a wide range of today’s most...

GigaAccel 180 CELL-based video encoder

10/08/2009, [CEATEC 2009] Here’s a CELL-based video encoding accelerator that has enough muscle to compress H.264, 1080p videos at 40fps (compression speed), which is about twice as fast as “real-time” (assuming a 24fps source), so a 1hr movie would...

Lexar JumpDrive SAFE S3000 FIPS Review

10/08/2009,   There are USB flash drives, and then there are USB flash drives. We recently got our hands on the Lexar JumpDrive SAFE FIPS certified USB flash drive and have taken it out for a spin. Don’t think that all USB flash drives are alike – some...

Project Cool Boombox PC case mod

10/07/2009, Modder JJ-Sky5000 participated in a Cooler Master contest by coming up with the Project Cool Boombox PC case mod that will certainly appeal to the most hardcore ravers and folks who troll through dance clubs on a regular basis. It relies on an old boombox...

Asus Sabertooth 55i motherboard

10/07/2009, Asus’ Sabertooth 55i motherboard is part of the newly introduced TUF (The Ultimate Force) Series, where it was specially developed to handle heavy computing demands of power users and hardcore gamers, being fully capable of performing even under...

Happy U USB Rejoice Companion

10/07/2009, The Happy U, also known as the USB Rejoice Companion (no need to have naughty laughs there), is a highly portable USB-powered device that is inspired by traditional Chinese acupuncture and massage techniques. It supposedly eliminates fatigue, relieves...

Gateway One ZX all-in-one desktop

10/07/2009, Gateway latest all-in-one desktop, the One ZX, will be part of the ZX6800 series and ZX4800 series. Both models will be powered by the yet-to-be-released Windows 7 operatig system, where the former will come with a 23″ multitouch-capable LCD display...

Sony shows off OLED all-display laptop concept

10/06/2009, [CEATEC 2009] Sony is showing a few cool OLED prototypes: a reader, a bracelet and a laptop. The most eye-catching one is the all-display laptop that ditches the physical keyoard in favor of a virtual one. It looks amazingly light, but you can bet that no...

Orkin Design Rolltop

10/06/2009, The Orkin Design Rolltop would definitely be an item in the must-have list of most geeks, even if it is but a concept at point of publishing. Why do we say so? This “notebook” comes with a flexible OLED display which also handles multitouch...

Aviator 312 USB 3.0 External SSD

10/06/2009, Active Media Products has just rolled out a first – the Aviator 312 line of USB 3.0 external solid state drives. These will come in varying capacities of 16GB, 32GB and 64GB, and can support read speeds of as much as 240MBps as well as write speeds...

LaCie and Starck join powers

10/06/2009, LaCie has unveiled a couple of external hard drives that comes with the Phillippe Starck touch – both of them clearly look out of this world. Sporting a sculptured magma motif, you get a touch-sensitive Starck Desktop that is covered by a 3mm...

Strong Android presence at CEATEC

10/06/2009, [CEATEC 09] As I walked around, I noticed that many booths’ companies were working with Android. Most of them were software companies that build Android software. Others were making photo frames or other usually “dumb” devices, hoping...