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Computer Code Briefcase

03/21/2005, Price: $29.95. Co-Published with gadgetryblog This nifty looking briefcase looks pretty solidly constructed and is covered in sleek black vinyl. However, the coolest feature is that on each side there’s a slew of uuencoded text printed in old-school...

Toshiba Qosmio G20 laptop

03/11/2005, The Toshiba G20 has a 17-inch display and a TV tuner.Via akihabaranews Toshiba is coming out with a new laptop in the Qosmio Series. They tries to make it stylish and all, but I’m not convinced. It is shiny, I will admit that… I have never...

Dell Inspiron XPS2, the ultimate Gaming Laptop

02/25/2005, The XPS2 might be the fastest laptop on the planet The Dell Inspiron XPS2 has a fast Pentium-M 760 mobile processor, but in this case, one can really say that “the computer is the screen”: with a wide 17″ display and a GeForce Go 6800...

Fujitsu-Siemens Celsius H230 high-end workstation laptop

02/23/2005, The battery of the Celsius H230 runs for up to 6hrs Fujitsu Siemens is set to launch a powerful workstation laptop. Designed primarily for professional graphics applications, such as CAD and visualization, the Celsius H230 features outstanding graphics...

Intel Entertainment PC Bare-bone System

02/18/2005, Intel wants things to move faster in the Consumer Electronics space, so in a bid to set the standard (and make a few bucks), they are now making Entertainment System (hear Media Center PCs) Barebones computers. This one comes with integrated graphics, an...

Toshiba´s low-cost tablet PC: dynabook R

02/09/2005, Techjapan reports that Toshiba is coming out with a line of Tablet PCs: the Dynabook R10 / 170L7. Low cost here would mean 19500 yens ($185! Is this really true?) The screen swivels to switch between normal mode and tablet PC mode. It comes with Windows...

Samsung´s Media Center Edition 2005

02/08/2005, The consumer electronics giant Samsung is entering in the Windows Media Center arena with the Samsung DM-T40/H300, a very nice PC with a brushed metal finish. The inside is as good as the outside, with a hyper threading (HT) Pentium 4 ($), 512MB ($) of...

Dual-core Pentium 4 coming soon, so what?

02/08/2005, The apparition of the first consumer-level dual-core processor is probably a landmark in the microprocessor history. This means that it has become really hard to make single-core processors faster for general processing. That’s why CPU designers...

Shuttle XPC SB95PV2 SFF Review

01/14/2005, With the XPC SB95PV2, Shuttle has proven that the newest technology such as PCI-Express can be successfully integrated into a Socket 775-based small form-factor (SFF) system. Not only that, the XPC SB95PV2 is the world’s first Intel 925XE-based...

Philips "Media Center Control" Universal Remote

01/12/2005, Philips wants to push the Windows Media Center remote design further with this “Philips Media Center Control” remote that promises to make it easier to access videos, music and photos on your Media Center (MC) PC. The LCD screen on the remote...

Game Makers Support Blu-Ray, so what?

01/10/2005, The rally of game developer heavy weights such as Electronics Arts and Videndi Universal Games around Sony’s next generation DVD format Blu-Ray was largely commented in the press recently. I think that it was over-hyped. “The delivery of...