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Palm Foleo mobile companion

05/30/2007, Palm has just released a Linux-based 2.5lbs “mobile companion” called Foleo. It is capable of running basic productivity software such as email, web browser, word processing and so on… It is an “instant-on” (no boot) device...

Security suite on an USB stick

05/30/2007, Fancy storing all 13 security applications to keep your computer safe and sound from nasty external attacks and viruses on a single USB flash drive? Yoggie Security Systems has just released such a device known as the Yoggie Pico, giving computer users...

Microsoft Surface Computer set to wow

05/30/2007, It is amazing how Microsoft managed to keep the Surface Computer secret throughout the five years it took to develop, perhaps they employed the same strategy Blizzard did to keep their employees mum on StarCraft II? I digress, the Microsoft Surface...

ExpressCard USB 2.0 hub from Apiotek

05/28/2007, Apiotek has recently unveiled the Quad USB 2.0 ExpressCard/34 card for notebooks that have an idle ExpressCard slot sitting around. As more and more gadgets and peripherals are USB-based, it makes perfect sense to take full advantage of the vacant...

Haro PC case looks adorable

05/24/2007, Fans of Haro from the Gundam series will definitely be thrilled to see the Haro PC case being made available. While it is not exactly a bona fide PC case since it does not come with all the necessary ports but instead stores a really small form factor...

Record breaking laptop from Fujitsu

05/21/2007, The only records this Fujitsu Lifebook U laptop will ever break are the smallest and lightest categories, measuring a mere 171mm x 133mm x 26.5mm and weighing a mere 580 grams. Don’t be fooled by its diminutive size though, as it features WiFi and...

Vaio Type R computer is speedy

05/17/2007, Anyone who has a penchant for racing cars know that vehicles sporting the “Type R” logo offer beastly performance under the hood, but who would have figured out that Sony would bring the same naming convention to its line of Vaio computers?...

LG Z1 laptop with Sideshow

05/16/2007, LG has taken the Chocolate cellphone design idea and implemented it into its new laptop known as the Z1. This laptop is powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo T5600 1.83GHz processor and comes with 1GB RAM, a 120GB hard drive, a mid-range video card, and a...

Traveller laptop concept

05/14/2007, The Traveller laptop concept by Nikita Golovlev definitely looks nothing like what we have in the market at the moment, featuring sleek, contoured lines that are easy on the eye. While not a work-centric laptop by any means (you can tell from its name),...

Super Talent ReadyBoost USB drive

05/11/2007, Super Talent does not want you to have an ugly RadyBoost USB flash drive sticking out from your PC which is running on Windows Vista, and hence developed the Super Talent ReadyBoost device that plugs in directly into your computer’s 10-pin USB...

Sharp EM-ONE designed for drooling

05/09/2007, The Sharp EM-ONE is definitely one portable device that will elicit instant glares of jealousy as you pull it out from your pocket. Coming in a white fascia body complete with a slide up display that reveals a QWERTY keyboard, the EM-ONE looks great if...

Lenovo ThinkPads go Santa Rosa

05/09/2007, Lenovo has made some pretty big strides in its T60 and R60 line ThinkPads by incorporating Intel’s latest Santa Rosa platform, making both the T61 and R61 the coolest running systems ever despite having an increased running speed. Other enhancements...

Fujitsu T4220 Santa Rosa laptop

05/09/2007, Fujitsu has a brand new laptop to grace its LifeBook line, known as the T4220. Weighing a mere 4.3 pounds light, this Santa Rosa-based laptop is nothing more than a convenient business laptop that does the rudimentary tasks well. Unfortunately, when you...

Creative X-Fi soundcard for laptops

05/09/2007, Creative has a spanking new soundcard for laptop owners, and the Creative X-Fi Xtreme Audio fits snugly into your ExpressCard 54 slot, giving you access to Creative’s very own X-Fi Crystallizer and 3CMSS-3D technology for an instant surround sound...