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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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Razer Megalodon USB Gaming Headset

06/29/2009, Razer’s latest USB gaming headset, the Megalodon, will begin shipping from tomorrow onwards at 10am, taking its own sweet time to be launched since its initial announcement sometime last year. No idea on the reason behind the lag, but now that we...

DICOM Super Slim USB Computer Keyboard

06/29/2009, DICOM has rolled out its own super slim USB computer keyboard known as the DOK-101 that boasts an extremely low profile as well as keycap support. You can choose from only black or white colors (tribute to the late MJ, perhaps?), where it will roll out...

PogoPlug Works With Macs Now

06/26/2009, PogoPlug has just revealed that they now support the Journaled HFS+ file system that is commonly used by Mac OS X. Whenever hooked to a user’s network, the device will add network access to USB external drives or memory sticks, where these drives...

Buffalo Ministation Metro Portable Hard Drive

06/26/2009, Buffalo is a well known name when it comes to external storage solutions, and today we have the Ministation Metro portable hard drive which arrives in black, red and white colors. You can store up to 500GB worth of data within the device that measures...

Soccer Player USB Flash Drive

06/25/2009, The US has had a miraculous run in the current Confed Cup in South Africa, setting up a final that nobody would have expected against Brazil. Well, for folks Stateside who have a penchant for soccer (football to the rest of the world), you can now...

Asus G60 Gaming Notebook

06/25/2009, That Asus G60 gaming notebook looks as though it is some sort of Cybertronian lifeform at first glance when closed, and while it ain’t that smart and can’t transform, it will be able to offer you a decent portable gaming experience thanks to...

Windows 7 Costs Less Than Vista, Pre-Orders Get A Deep Discount

06/25/2009, Microsoft has announced that the Windows 7 pricing will be 8% lower when compared to Vista. So far, there’s more enthusiasm towards Windows 7 than there was about Vista. The new OS has slightly better performance, boots faster and many issues have...

Cannon USB Hub

06/25/2009, Do you love or loathe your colleagues? If there are more of them that fall under the latter category, it is time to put your imagination to good use with the Cannon USB hub which features a USB port at strategic places, including at the tip of the cannon...

HP Releases Quartet Of New Desktops

06/25/2009, HP is on a roll at the moment having announced four more desktops to join its lineup to keep folks who are looking for a new desktop purchase happy. First of all we have the Pavilion Slimline s5000 that starts at a mere $289, powered by an AMD LE1600...

Gateway NV Series

06/25/2009, It might be summer now, but Gateway is already looking forward to when schools reopen by offering their NV series of notebooks that boast a minimalist, glossy design with a relatively sturdy barrel hinge alongside touch-sensitive shortcut keys. In...

PQI Cool Drive U360 For Easy Data Transition

06/25/2009, Want to send information from one computer over to another but are not in the vicinity of a network to connect to? To make matters worse, the USB flash drive that you’re holding doesn’t have enough space to carry the 10GB high definition media...

Silent Mouse EX

06/25/2009, Love playing games that kill mice long into the night? I remember those days of Diablo II when leveling up was the only aim in life, and it has resulted in more than a couple of non-functioning mice in the process. For folks who have a computer in their...

Shuttle Offers Barebones X50

06/25/2009, Shuttle has released their latest X50 all-in-one desktop, following the footsteps of other companies like Asus, MSI and Lenovo which will feature an Intel Atom processor. As with many other Atom-powered computers, this one won’t have enough...

Credit Card USB Drive

06/24/2009, Most of us are used to the sight of a small dongle hanging out of notebooks and computers, functioning as USB flash drives, but the diminutive number you see here from TopTechProducts was fashioned after a credit card (although you can’t swipe it),...