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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...

Taiwan Mobile Announces W101

03/04/2009, Taiwan Mobile has just announced its W101 netbook that comes with pretty much the same specifications as other netbooks in the market, so we’re interested to see whether the form factor and design is able to hold up with its competitors. You will...

VCR PC Case For Sale

03/04/2009, Is there life left in the VCR? Apparently so with the VCR you see here that has already been turned into a PC case. What most people think would be a mod is actually available from Maplin in the UK, although you do need to fork out extra cash yourself for...

Dell Studio 15 Special Edition

03/03/2009, Special and limited editions seem to be all the rage these days, and Dell has just released a Special Edition of its 15.4″ Studio line. Among the enhancements associated with this are an LED-backlit display and a Black Vapor exterior paint scheme....

Asus Eee PC Keyboard Could Be Out In May

03/03/2009, According to Asus’ bosses at CeBIT, the much looked forward to Asus Eee PC Keyboard could be released as early as this May. We would definitely love to wrap our hands around this – after all, who wouldn’t want to tote around a fully...

MSI Wind Top AE2010 NetTop at Cebit

03/03/2009, MSI was showing their 20″ Wind Top at Cebit and the Wind Top AE2010 has an edge over the competition, thanks to a few things: 1600x900touch-display and HD playback capabilities. The rest of the specifications is made of “common” elements...

VIA Technologies Go Smaller Than Mini-ITX

03/03/2009, Just when you thought that Mini-ITX is as small as it gets, along comes VIA Technologies with their new Em-ITX form factor that is meant for embedded system developers. The Em-ITX is the new standard bearer for super slim embedded devices, and we’re...

Asus Eee TOP Available For Pre-Order

03/03/2009, If you want to be the first to own something new always, then take note that the Asus Eee TOP all-in-one desktop is now available for pre-order. These will ship throughout the US when March 9th rolls around as long as you have already transferred $600...

Eye-Fi Wi-Fi SD Card Features Video Uploading Now

03/03/2009, Everyone’s favorite SD card with built-in Wi-Fi connectivity (the Eye-Fi, of course) has just received an upgrade where the card is able to upload video to several sites such as YouTube and Flickr, in addition to standard photo uploading that it...

Puget Systems Go Nuts With $16K PC

03/03/2009, Puget Systems decided that the recession will kick in only when they say so, otherwise how else would they put together a $16,000 computer system while expecting the man on Main Street to purchase one? Powered by a quartet of Opteron processors, this...

Pretec Unveils 128GB ExpressCard SSD

03/03/2009, Pretec lays claim to the largest capacity ExpressCard SSD in the world today with its 128GB monster at CeBIT in Germany. Also available will be the 64GB version just in case you think you won’t need that kind of space, and both models will sport...