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Dell Inspiron Slim And Mini-Tower Released in 8 Colors

03/30/2009, Dell continues its consumer push on the desktop side (this time): the company just announced new Dell Inspiron Slim and Mini-tower desktop computers with a colored facade. Eight colors are available : Piano Black, Pure White, True Blue, Formula Red,...

Asus Eee PC 1000HE Skin

03/30/2009, We know that iPods and other notebooks do come with their own set of skins to make them stand out from other brethren in the market, but an enterprising Eee PC 1000HE owner decided to take things into his own hands by using a laser cutter to create a skin...

HDF10P 1-inch SSD Hits 8GB

03/29/2009, Hagiwara Sys-Com decided to apply technology from 2.5″ solid state drives (SSDs) to a range of smaller 1″ drives, and the result of their efforts come in the form of the HDF10P which can currently tote around 8GB of data in such a phenomenally...

NEC Quits PC Business

03/29/2009, NEC has decided to quit the PC business – outside of Japan, that is. This shocking decision will take effect from July onwards in order to consolidate its operations that have hit a snafu of losing a predicted $2.96 billion for the past fiscal year,...

USB Hip Shaker

03/29/2009, Just when you think that things could not get any cornier than the range of USB Humping Dogs, along comes the USB Hip Shaker. Yep, this device is pretty much self-explanatory, and it will definitely elicit strange stares from your fellow colleagues at the...

Tweet-a-Watt Shares Power Use Info With Others

03/29/2009, Twitter users will be pleased to know that they have yet another method to share what’s going on in their lives with the Tweet-a-Watt. This device will help you share your power consumption with all and sundry, but be warned that each device is only...

MacBook Mini Concept Sends Us Drooling

03/29/2009, What you see here could be just a fanboy rendering of a MacBook Mini concept, or it could be an actual leak from Apple itself (hah!) – whatever the case is, you can’t really go wrong with the overall appearance. It seems that even the...

Samsung N110 Netbook Up For Pre-order

03/29/2009, Samsung’s N110 netbook is finally available for pre-order, and Buy.com is offering it for $441.99 including shipping. It is interesting to see netbook prices creep nearer and nearer the $500 mark, and should the day arrive where basic netbooks cost...

Dell Latitude 2100 Welch Coming?

03/29/2009, Word on the street has it that Dell will be preparing a new line of Latitude 2100 Welch netbooks that will feature 10″ displays to tease consumers. The rumored $600 price point might be more expensive than usual, placing it on the extremely high end...

NVIDIA Strikes Back (At Intel)

03/27/2009, You might have followed the NVIDIA/Intel licensing drama, so here’s the second round. Context: Intel and NVIDIA entered an agreement in which NVIDIA could make motherboard chipsets compatible with Intel’s Front Side Bus (FSB, the piece...

Canon 5D Mark II Flash Drive

03/27/2009, Miniatures are always fun to look at, and here we have the Canon 5D Mark II that not only looks cute when shrunk down to such a level, it also boasts the added functionality of being a highly portable USB flash drive as well, holding up to 4GB of...

Asus To Include Optical Drive In New Eee PC

03/27/2009, One of the gripes that users of netbooks have would be a missing optical disc drive (ODD), but folks who have held their ground this far and are targeting a purchase sometime later this year will be delighted to know that Asus’ upcoming Eee PC, the...

Apple Biometric Reader

03/27/2009, Apple recently developed a new method which conceals a biometric reader within an iPhone or Mac, letting owners of the respective system lock it down using fingerprints as well as facial recognition without having to adjust their lifestyle adversely. This...

Wistron Firstbook Powered By Snapdragon

03/27/2009, The Wistron Firstbook will have the ARM Snapdragon processor running within, and also holds the distinction of being the first Linux-based netbook to do so. Some people might even claim that the Firstbook does share some resemblance with a Sony Vaio P,...