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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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NES Controller Netbook Cover

07/10/2009, Check this out – netbooks are so small, that it could actually be possible to make a netbook cover so small some might actually be fooled into thinking that it is a real NES controller from afar. Either that, or you had best get a new pair of...

LaCie LaCinema Rugged Hard Drive

07/09/2009, LaCie’s latest LaCinema Rugged hard drive is one tough cookie of a USB-powered external hard drive that also doubles up as a multimedia player. It will come in 250GB, 320GB and 500GB capacities, outputting 1080p video via HDMI, where all of the...

Thanko Silent Keyboard EX

07/08/2009, Thanko has rolled out yet another silent keyboard – this time round it is known as the Silent Keyboard EX that emits a mere 44.5 dB, making it 16.5 dB quieter compared to your average keyboard even when your fingers are flying across the keyboard at...

Asus Eee Keyboard Stripped

07/08/2009, The Asus Eee Keyboard isn’t out yet, but for those who are not in the know, this is actually a keyboard that holds a whole computer within. The whole idea of this would be to hook up the keyboard to a HDTV via a wireless HDMI connection so that one...

TmaxSoft Goes Up Against Microsoft

07/08/2009, While Microsoft is losing market share when it comes to operating systems, that doesn’t mean we can discount the software giant’s role in this sphere for quite some time to come. TmaxSoft, however, will be challenging the traditional Windows...

Google Chrome OS, Beyond The Hype

07/08/2009, By Hubert Nguyen and Eliane Fiolet You’re probably blind if you have not seen the news that Google is launching Google Chrome OS next year. The product will be based on Linux (what else?) and will focus on speed, simplicity and security. Basically,...

i.Saw USB-Powered Chainsaw

07/08/2009, Who would’ve thought that even a chainsaw can be USB powered? That’s where the i.Saw USB-Powered Chainsaw draws its power from anyways, and can be pre-ordered for $60 a pop. Talk about instant plug and play action – it won’t make...

Lenovo Ideapad S10-2 3G Modem Hack

07/08/2009, Wish you could have Internet connectivity anytime, anywhere you are with the Lenovo Ideapad S10-2? That’s not possible unless you plug in an external 3G modem, or remain perpetually within circles of Wi-Fi networks, but here’s a hack that...

Super Talent Pico Mini USB Flash Drive

07/08/2009, As if there aren’t enough USB flash drives available in the market already, Super Talent throws one more into the mix with the Pico Mini that will come in varying capacities of 2GB all the way to 16GB. These drives are waterproof, so no worries...

Meion DN20A MacBook Air Clone

07/08/2009, Clones abound in China, and it is no surprise to see yet another MacBook Air clone take to the stage in the form of the Meion DN20A. This model retails for approximately $514, although it will come with a Galanz Microwave oven as an added bonus....

USB Shaking Hip

07/07/2009, Something tells us that men will probably be the primary purchasers of the USB Shaking Hip since it does nothing apart from shake all day long – as long as it remains plugged into a powered USB port. Something tells us that this is just about one of...

Modded Netbook Gets LED Notification

07/07/2009, If you’re an online addict who needs to know each time there is an incoming email, instant message or Tweet, perhaps you might be interested in this netbook modification process that results in an LED that lights up each time somebody wants to...

Asus Readies Three Eee PC T91 Variants

07/07/2009, Word has it that Asus will be offering three versions of the Eee PC T91 touchscreen tablet netbook. The basic T91 will come with a single-touch display, while the other two variants would comprise of the multitouch-capable T91A and 3G-enabled T91GO. The...

Amex Digital BDR-S1/BDR-T28 4X_Blu-ray Recorder

07/07/2009, Amex Digital has just launched its BDR-S1/BDR-T28 4X_Blu-ray Recorder that is USB-powered, and will put a smile on Mac users’ faces who disagree with Apple’s policy when it comes to having an optional Blu-ray drive in their line of MacBooks...