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PCs, Macs and other “large” computers may seem like the old players in today’s mobile world, but try living without one of those, and you’ll realize that they are still the most comfortable form of computing around.

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Acer GD245HQbid 3D Monitor

03/25/2010, Acer will be offering its new Gaming GD245HQbid 3D monitor the folks over in Japan tomorrow. The monitor will be going for 45,000Yen ($486), which is supposedly a decent price. This 23.6-inch monitor sports a 1000:1 contract ratio and a 2ms response time....

Toshiba Announces 750GB Slim Notebook Hard Drive

03/25/2010, Toshiba moved a happy little step forward in terms of hard drive development, as the company has just announced the MK7559GSXP, a 2.5-inch drive that is the first to offer 750GB in a hard drive that measures in at just 9.5mm tall. The height of this drive...

Lenovo To Offer 3G And 4G Connectivity On Its Thinkpad Laptops

03/24/2010, Looks like Sprint’s got some real good momentum going for it at the moment, and next up is an announcement that Lenovo will support Sprint 3G and 4G wireless connectivity in the U.S. across Lenovo’s line of ThinkPad laptops. Lenovo’s...


MSI R5870/R5850 Twin Frozr II graphics display adapters

03/24/2010, MSI has rolled out its latest GPUs in the form of the R5870/R5850 Twin Frozr II. These models were specially designed for outstanding cooling performance despite the graphical load that they undergo, boasting the latest technologies including ATI Stream,...

Via Announces The VX900 Media System Processor

03/24/2010, VIA might not be having a good a time as Intel in terms of the netbook market at the moment, but the company will certainly be hoping to make some progress with the announcement of its new VX900 media system processor, the successor to the previous VX800...

HP EliteBook 8740w Goes Official

03/24/2010, It looks like the details that on the HP EliteBook 8740w that we picked up a little while back were quite accurate, and now this monstrous laptop computer from HP has gone official. In terms of pricing, it’ll range from $1,999 to $3,899, which is...

Belkin Introduces New Line Of Wireless Routers

03/24/2010, Belkin has introduced its new line of routers that are designed to help you enjoy your digital content more, instead of having to busy yourself with all the nitty gritty stuff of networking. The new range consists of the Surf, Share, Play, and Play Max...

Kylo 10-foot interface web browser video demo

03/23/2010, [DEMO Spring 2010] A couple of days ago, we told you that Kylo had just launched a web browser for televisions. Based on a 10-foot interface (that’s the name given for user interfaces created especially for a TV use), the browser aims at providing a...

Buffalo MiniStation Cobalt USB 3.0 portable hard drive

03/23/2010, The Buffalo MiniStation Cobalt USB 3.0 portable hard drive is definitely the way forward, as it is capable of connecting at speeds of up to 5Gbps. Meant to take full advantage of USB 3.0 when it proliferates most devices in the near future for quick...

Dane-Elec myDitto home network server

03/23/2010, Dane-Elec’s myDitto home network server aims to make setting up your very own NAS a snap, thanks to USB keys which are used in setting up the drive instead of the standard CD. While the more tech-oriented among you might find it to be a cinch either...

Farstone Technology bootable USB key

03/23/2010, Farstone Technology and their bootable USB key is a brand new backup tool for PC recovery which can mount any attached drives or network resources within minutes, letting you backup or restore even the most fatally compromised systems in a jiffy. This...

LG XD6 Jewelry external hard drive

03/22/2010, LG has introduced its XD6 Jewelry external hard drive in South Korea, where it will target women who want to tote their data around in style. Coming in a 2.5″ form factor, you can choose from Titan and Violet colors to adorn its aluminum case,...

Asus Eee PC 1001PX Netbook

03/22/2010, If you’re looking for a cool netbook, you might want to consider ASUS’ 1001PX, which sports a carbon fiber looking lid. The netbook will sport either Windows XP, with a 160GB hard drive and 5-hour battery life; or Windows 7 with a 250GB hard...

Infinite USB Connector Concept Design

03/22/2010, Here’s a rather cool USB plug concept design, one that should help us tackle the issue of computers constantly running out of USB ports, especially on laptops. The USB connector on this design features both the male and female connectors, allowing...