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FCC looks at CLEVO M81P

12/15/2009, The CLEVO M81P netbook has just ran the gauntlet known as FCC, where we now know that the M81P will come with an Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz processor, an integrated Intel graphics chipset, a 10.1″ LCD display at 1,024 × 600 resolution, a memory...

Apogee HDMI-to-Mini DisplayPort adapter

12/15/2009, Apogee is working on its HDMI-to-Mini DisplayPort adapter that ought to see owners of the 27″ iMac and LED Cinema Display smile, especially when they now have the option to hook up their PS3, Xbox 360 or Blu-ray player to either device while saving...

Addonics Pocket eSATA USB DigiDrive

12/15/2009, Addonics Technologies has announced a couple of new devices – the Pocket eSATA/USB DigiDrive and the internal SATA/USB DigiDrive. Both drives will come with dual interfaces, where you can choose from either a read/write model or a read-only model...

Broadcom BCM2763 mobile media chip

12/15/2009, Broadcom’s latest mobile media chip, the BCM2763, is the first from the company to be able to handle 1080p video playback on something as small as a portable media player or smartphone, alongside the ability to record full HD video – now how...

Grimlock USB optical mouse

12/15/2009, Grimlock was one of my favorite characters from the Transformers franchise back in the day when I was a kid, mainly because T-Rexes were cool in the day, more so a mechanical one, not to mention his rather daft personality which cements the impression...

USB surgeon flash drive

12/15/2009, Now this is one unique USB flash drive that ought to go down well with medical enthusiasts – simply because it comes in the form of a surgeon’s figure, where you are able to decapitate him. Each time you need to access your data or transfer it...

Enermax Acrylux Keyboard

12/15/2009, Looking for a sleek and classy looking keyboard to match your shiny new computer? Well, you’ll want to check out the Enermax Acrylux keyboard in that case. It’s available in wired and wireless versions, which you can check out at...

Google Server seen in China

12/14/2009, Some of us might have laid our eyes on the Google Server, but here is something that most of us would have missed – a Google Server which is vastly different from what it usually looks like, being a customized 2U server with 8 DIMM slots and a...

Samsung tablet in the works

12/14/2009, Guess even Samsung does not want to be left out of the tablet phenomenon, and the Korean company has unveiled world that they are working on a tablet device currently, and have yet to settle on its style which currently includes a buttonless multitouch...

Fastra II has 13 NVIDIA chips

12/14/2009, Just how fast is your computer’s graphical performance? If you think you’re at the very pinnacle, think again. Folks at the University of Antwerp recently unveiled what they think is one of the fastest computers ever to be fitted into a...

Kinesis Advantage Keyboard Is Weird

12/14/2009, Do you think you need a special type of keyboard to help you type better? Well, if that’s the case, the folks over at Kinesis will certainly want to pitch their wares to you, specifically the Kinesis Advantage. The layout is supposed to help you...

Seagate Momentus Thin

12/14/2009, This just in – the Seagate Momentus Thin is finally announced on an official basis by the folks at Seagate, and as we promised, here are more details about this 7mm thin 2.5″ hard drive which is the slimmest of its kind in the market. It will...

Philco PC goes retro

12/14/2009, Check out the Philco PC design that has certainly rolled back the years by taking on a rather nostalgic form factor which is reminiscent of the 1954 design classic Philco Predicta. It runs on the latest Windows 7 operating system though, but seeing that...