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Toshiba StorE Art 3 external hard drive

04/16/2010, Toshiba UK has just unveiled the new StorE Art 3 external hard drive that will come in a 2.5″ form factor, capable of toting around up to 1TB worth of data. What makes these plug-and-play hard drives special would be their design that features...

ECS TL101-PC with WiMAX shows up

04/16/2010, The WiMAX Forum in Taipei saw a WiMAX-enabled ECS TL101-PC being displayed, where this netbook will be able to help you surf at far superior speeds compared to current 3G technology regardless of where you are, subject to signal strength of course....

HP unveils Presario CQ1-1020 All-in-One desktop PC

04/16/2010, HP’s latest machine, the Presario CQ1-1020 All-in-One desktop PC is an Intel Atom-powered machine, running on a D410 single core 1.66GHz processor alongside an integrated GMA 3150 graphics chipset, the ability to hold up to 4GB RAM, a 160GB hard...


Apple thinking of using AMD chips? Not so fast

04/16/2010, AMD Executives “seen on their way to a meeting” with Apple’s top executives has sparked a new rumor about Apple possibly using AMD chips (gpu, cpu – or both). First, some context: ever since Apple has decided to switch from the...

Icy Dock MB561US-4S-1 4-Bay HDD Enclosure Starts Shipping

04/16/2010, Folks looking for a multi-bay hard drive enclosure will want to take note that the Icy Dock MB561US-4S-1 has begun shipping for $269.99. This device offers an aluminum alloy body covering, a USB 2.0 port, eSATA port, and supports up to four 3.5-inch SATA...

New 15-inch MacBook Pro i5 Disassembled

04/16/2010, Curious what’s going on inside your shiny new MacBook Pro 15, but don’t have to the guts to take it apart just to satisfy your curiosity? The helpful folks over at iFixit have done all the dirty work for you (as usual). The good news for folks...

Gateway Valentino Rossi VR46-H22 Notebook On April 23rd In Japan

04/16/2010, Most of you who are into motorsports will know Valentino Rossi, and the new Gateway notebook would be something that Rossi fans would want to purchase. The unique-looking graphics design on the lid was done by Aldo Dorudi, the same person who did the...

Macbook Pro: GeForce 330M Always On in Windows 7

04/16/2010, It looks like the Macbook Pro battery life “curse” under Windows is still haunting us, even with the most recent hardware release. The 2009 Macbook Pro had power management issues with the display (too bright) and the keyboard backlight...

Glympse location-based service gets into Facebook

04/15/2010, Glympse, one of our favorites location based services, is making it into Facebook. From Facebook, You can share your location dynamically and in real-time, or simply “check-in” at a location. What we like about Glympse is that it lets you...

Verbatim Store ‘n’ Go external hard drive

04/15/2010, Verbatim is back with a spanking new Store ‘n’ Go external hard drive which is based on a 2.5″ form factor and can hold up to 1TB of data within. Not only that, it seemed to have been designed specially for a summer release considering...

Dell Inspiron Mini 10v netbook has been discontinued

04/15/2010, Dell has decided to discontinue the Inspiron Mini 10v netbook which is powered by the Atom N270 processor from Intel simply because they have been selling the 10″ model with an Intel Atom N450 1.66GHz processor since January this year. Makes sense,...

ViewSonic ViewBook Pro notebook now available

04/15/2010, For those who are looking for a new notebook and want something different from what most bigwig names offer, there is always the ViewSonic ViewBook Pro which should be readily available in store shelves, boasting an Intel Core 2 Duo processor accompanied...

TVLogic ushers in the future with LUM-560W LCD monitor

04/15/2010, There are times where a piece of hardware certainly seems far away from its time, and the TVLogic LUM-560W LCD monitor is surely a good example. This 56″ Quad HD 4K LCD monitor is based on a 10-bit 1.07 million color LCD panel, sporting a whopping...