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USB Motion Sensor Skull

03/09/2009, Halloween’s a long way off, but this weirdly designed USB Motion Sensor Skull could appeal to those who want to, you know, prepare early for just about anything in life. The USB device is powered whenever it remains connected to your computer, and...

MediaSmart Server EX-487 Review

03/09/2009, The HP MediaSmart Server EX-487 is the second generation MediaSmart Server. It runs on Windows Home Server, a flavor of Windows dedicated to network attached storage. The Ex-487 is in fact a small PC, however, HP made it quite easy to setup and manage and...

Samsung Prices Q1EX-71G

03/09/2009, Samsung has slapped a price tag on its Q1EX-71G that will be arriving Stateside soon, packing in a new Via Nano processor and keyboardless design in a body that measures just 8.96″ x 4.92″ x 0.90″. You might find the 1,024 x 600...

USB Retro Robot Drive

03/09/2009, Are you the type of person who loves all things retro? Hopefully the USB Retri Robot Flash Drive will interest you then, as it takes on an extremely classical form factor. Unfortunately, we guess retro robots aren’t too spacious in their heads as...

Asus EzLink LCD Monitor

03/09/2009, Asus took advantage of the recently concluded CeBIT expo in Germany by introducing a new line of energy-efficient LCD monitors as well as their EzLink series – the first wireless monitor from the Taiwanese company. Of course, this will require users...

Thermaltake And BMW Create Level 10 PC Case

03/06/2009, Thermaltake and BMW have come together to develop the Level 10 PC case which was paraded at CeBIT in Germany earlier this week. This is one of the more eye-catching PC cases we’ve come across to date that doesn’t require any form of modding,...

Second Hard Drive For New Mac Mini

03/06/2009, So you’ve picked up a brand new Mac mini and wish that there was more hard drive space on it? Well, iFixit has released a new step-by-step tutorial that tutorial explaining how to swap out the new Mac Mini’s optical drive for a second hard...

MediSlate MCA i1040XT From TabletKiosk

03/06/2009, Those in the medical profession will probably give an overall thumbs up to the new mobile clinical assistant from TabletKiosk, known as the MediSlate MCA i1040XT. This computer come with double hot swappable batteries, while the water-resistant exterior...

MSI Classic Series Unveiled

03/06/2009, MSI is back with its new Classic series of notebooks – the CX700, CX600 and CR400 that tip the scales at a mere 3kg, 2.5kg and 2.2kg, respectively. These will be equipped with 17.3″, 16″, and 14″ widescreen LCD displays that best...

BlackBerry Niagara 9630 Sneak Peek

03/05/2009, Guess the BlackBerry Niagara, also know by its model number 9630, ain’t that shy after all – it has finally surfaced while allowing folks to snap some photos of it in the process. This sweet CDMA BlackBerry comes with a full QWERTY keyboard...

Acer Aspire One In France Gets 16GB SSD

03/05/2009, Those living in France who are about to pick up the Acer Aspire One D110-DB netbook will be able to benefit from the inclusion of a 16GB solid state drive (SSD) instead of a 160GB hard drive found in similar models sold elsewhere. It really depends on...

Great Pyramid PC Mod

03/04/2009, There is power in the pyramids, or so they say. We’ve read about how foodstuff, when placed inside of a pyramid (not necessarily the ones in Egypt), will be preserved while other folklore actually have word of dead pets being resusicated. This Great...

Vaino Knocks Off Vaio P Shamelessly

03/04/2009, The Sony Vaio P has not been out for too long and it has already been paid homage to with a clone – the Vaino. At first glance, the Vaino does seem to offer better specifications in certain aspects, including a 10.2″ display, a faster Atom...

ZTIC USB Stick

03/04/2009, The ZTIC (Zone Trusted Information Channel) USB stick was specially designed for secure online banking, never mind if your computer is infested with viruses at point of use. This USB stick was developed by IBM in Zurich, and it will open up an SSL...