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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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Fujitsu E780 proGREEN Laptop Sports 18-hour Battery Life

03/16/2010, How often do you hear of a laptop that sports an insane 18-hour battery life? Well, one of the models in Fujitsu’s latest proGREEN line of notebooks is the 14-inch LIFEBOOK E780, which boasts the aforementioned 18-hour battery life, thanks to its...

Pink USB Wireless Webcam

03/16/2010, This actually feels more like a spy camera than your normal USB webcam, seeing that it can be operated wirelessly thanks to a wireless connection on the webcam and the USB-powered receiver. Of course, what you use it for it entirely up to you, since you...

Gaikai cloud-based gaming

03/16/2010, Gaikai is currently in beta mode, but it is already capable of letting gamers have a go at a wide range of games and software for free, including Eve Online, Mario Kart, World of Warcraft and Photoshop – all you need is a browser as well as Flash...


Apple Gets Patent For Various Projection Systems And Methods

03/16/2010, While it seems that the previous “built-in projector for the iPad” rumor didn’t become reality, it’s still worth noting that Apple has been granted a patent for a projector related application. In the patent filing, it’s...

Asus P7F7-E WS SuperComputer motherboard

03/16/2010, Asus’ latest P7F7-E WS SuperComputer motherboard ought to get all of you geeks out there salivating – after all, it does maximize transmission speeds by integrating the industry’s latest I/O technologies including USB 3.0, SATA 6G...

Asus Designo LS246H LCD monitor

03/16/2010, Asus ups the ante when it comes to monitor design with the Designo LS246H LCD monitor which offers a careful balance of style and performance. Featuring design elements that incorporates the contrasting nature of the numbers 1 and 0, as well as straight...

Sony Vaio M netbook out for real

03/16/2010, We first brought you a whiff of the Sony Vaio M netbook earlier this January, and further confirmed its existence this month. Guess all of that patience has paid off, with Sony having announced its Vaio M netbook officially. This is different from other...

Kingston HyperX 2400MHz DDR3 RAM

03/16/2010, Kingston claims that their latest HyperX 2400MHz DDR3 RAM is the Usain Bolt of the RAM world, and who are we to dispute that? Timed at 9-11-9-27-2, we forsee that gamers as well as folks who place a high priority on performance will definitely make a...

Lenovo ThinkPad Mini 10 seen Down Under

03/16/2010, Looks like there is yet another ThinkPad in the works, as some folks in Australia have spotted it. Going by the moniker ThinkPad X100e, it comes with a 10″display as well as a tried-and-tested chassis, equipped with a trackpoint, chiclet keyboard,...

DivX Plus Features New User Interface

03/16/2010, DivX is launching an updated suite of software called DivX Plus for Windows (7, Vista and XP). The new set of applications feature an updated user interface that looks much better than the previous one – it’s easier and more intuitive to use...

Qi NanoNote fits snugly into pocket

03/15/2010, The Qi NanoNote is one unique device which is small enough to cram into most pockets, as it comes with a 3″ display at 320 x 240 resolution, featuring a clamshell design and a QWERTY keyboard that ups your productivity rate compared to a pesky...

MSI GE700 gaming notebook

03/15/2010, MSI is back with a bang, thanks to their new GE700 gaming notebook which features Intel’s latest Core i5 processor, the able ATI Radeon HD 5730 discrete graphics card with 1GB DDR3 VRAM, a couple of cinema-class speakers, a subwoofer, a High...

Haleron Swordfish Mini smartbook video

03/15/2010, Haleron’s Swordfish Mini smartbook has been featured in this short video which shows off what you can view through its 7″ display that runs off Windows CE. While this isn’t as great as a netobok, it does have enough muscle to do what...

Packard Bell Studio ST

03/15/2010, Packard Bell’s Studio ST seems to be bound for Europe only at the moment, but hopefully Acer, the parent company, will remedy the situation by bringing over a US-branded version across the pond. We’re stoked that it comes with a 2TB hard drive...