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Alienware desktops have SSDs

10/09/2007, More often than not, we find solid state drives in notebooks but Alienware has gone against the grain by releasing a gaming desktop with the option to include a 64GB solid state drive. This option will be made available to the Area-51 ALX and Aurora ALX...

Sony BWU-200S Blu-ray writer

10/09/2007, Sony has a second generation internal Blu-ray writer drive in the from of the BWU-200S, featuring 4x BD-R and 16X DVD+R recording speeds. That means you’ll be able to cut down burning time by half when placed side by side with the first generation...

Apple redesigning MacBook Pro adapters

10/09/2007, Word has it that Apple has already stopped shipments of MagSafe power adapters in its MacBook Pro notebook line due to quality design issues, and their engineers are working hard on a fix. It seems that Apple already begun to pull inventory of the 85W...

Fujitsu LifeBook V1010

10/09/2007, Fujitsu has long catered for business users where their notebooks are concerned, but the LifeBook V1010 does otherwise by targeting the more casual computer user. Don’t expect specifications that blow the mind as it will be powered by a mere Intel...

Non-volatile CPU

10/04/2007, Rhom Co. Ltd was displaying an 8-bit non-volatile CPU. Non-volatile means that the processor keeps its current state even if there’s no electricity. This is very cool for two reasons. The first is that a computer could resume operations immediately...

Hacoa presents DIY keyboard

10/04/2007, Ever fancy building your own keyboard? Hacoa has just released its high-quality, hand-made wooden do-it-yourself type keyboard kit where you will need to cut the keys from a plank of wood, only to assemble the pieces later on. The production process for...

New iMacs tend to freeze

10/03/2007, Apple’s latest iMac apparently suffers from a fatal flaw that renders the entire interface useless, where the only remedy would be to go out and buy a new one. Nah, I’m kidding. You can perform a hard reset to get things up and running again....

HP Pavilion HDX9095EA Notebook

10/02/2007, HP piles on the features when it comes to the Pavilion HDX9095EA Entertainment Notebook. This desktop replacement concept certainly lives up to its name, as our friends at Trusted Reviews found out in their recent test run. They’re very happy with...

Matsushita goes tough with new laptops

10/01/2007, Matsushita’s new laptops have taken on a tough stance, with the T7, R7, and Y7 series being relies this October 19th while the W series will be made available on November 16th in Japan. All of them will boast a magnesium alloy that is highly...

Shot-Online for golf fans

10/01/2007, Shot-Online is an interesting golf game as it actually hails from the RPG genre. Yes, an RPG golf game sounds totally out of whack but it is here in the flesh. Apparently, characters in the game will be able to improve the more you play it, just as in...

HTC Shift arrives in Europe

10/01/2007, The HTC Shift has arrived in Europe at a lavish launch event in London. Tipping the scales at just 800g, this small wonder is powered by Windows Vista and gives you the ability to access emails, calendar, text messages, as well as contacts in a cinch...

Job interviews on Second Life

10/01/2007, While plenty of people are immersed in the world of Second Life, this real-life simulation game ups the ante when it comes to realism by allowing job interviews to be conducted in a virtual environment. Global consultancy giant Accenture has already...

MacBook Pro plated in gold

09/30/2007, Computer Choppers has introduced a new gold plated MacBook Pro, and this will only be a one-off unit. This company also offers a wide variety of laptop customization options, so you need not concentrate on just the Apple logo itself. Pricing varies...

Tetris-inspired case mod

09/30/2007, Gamers will definitely find this Tetris-inspired case mod a joy to look at – it actually consists of an entire farm of networked systems that are ready to host some serious multiplayer gaming action at the drop of a hat. Build by the Spanish armada,...