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AMD/Microsoft Tag Team for cheap PCs

06/28/2007, AMD and Microsoft have joined forces to bring more affordable computers to countries in the developing world, and this time the computer known as the IQ will retail for approximately $513 in India. These computers might be cheap, but they do pack enough...

Colossus Turret C-300 hard drive case

06/27/2007, Now this is one of the more impressive hard drive cases that I’ve come across so far – the Colossus Turret C-300. The Turret C-300 can hold up to a quartet of 3.5″ SATA hard drives, enabling users to change hard drives without the need...

2TB hard drive from Century?

06/27/2007, Nah, not a hard drive but a platform that can hold up to 2TB of data. Century has developed what looks like your regular 2.5″ hard drive, but instead of platters and drive heads inside, what you get are slots that let you drop Compact Flash cards....

Floater harmonizes working environment

06/27/2007, While some of us find working on a notebook no different from the desktop, there are others who prefer to hook up their notebooks to larger displays for a more authentic desktop experience. For those who fall into the latter category, the Floater is just...

Samsung mass produces 64GB SSD

06/24/2007, Samsung has taken the initiative to mass produce 1.8″ solid state drives (SSDs) of the 64GB variety, making them the highest density SSD available in today’s market for mobile computing applications. The benefits of SSDs are well-documented,...

V8 Case Mod speeds to the fore

06/24/2007, This V8 Case Mod offers something different as it looks like one mean racing machine. Complete with 8 valves or racing goodness, you can truly say that the processor is the engine of a computer without crossing your fingers and having your nose grow...

Samsung Q70 unveiled

06/21/2007, Samsung has taken the SEK 2007 event as the platform to launch its Q70 notebook. This diminutively sized piece of portable computing measures a mere 13.3″ and weighs 2.03kg, while running on an Intel Santa Rosa platform. There is an aluminum palm...

ColorEdge 24 inch LCD monitor

06/15/2007, ColorEdge has just unveiled its latest 24.1″ LCD monitor known as the CG241W. This LCD monitor displays images in a widescreen format at 1,920 x 1,200 resolution boasting a viewing angle of 178 degrees. Other features of the CG241W includes a...

ASUS N13i gets all tough

06/13/2007, Asus isn’t content with just releasing notebooks, the company is looking to expand its portfolio by releasing rugged versions before the year is over. Take the N13i for example – this hardy piece of technology meets the US military’s...

MacTruck holds its own against trucks

06/13/2007, If you’re an owner of butterfingers like me, getting the MacTruck notebook case is certainly not an option since it’s aluminum alloy case will be able to protect your MacBook or PowerBook against major knocks. A couple of steel latch bars hold...

Moneual 101 desktop chassis series

06/11/2007, While the majority of computer cases in the past come in boring, old boxes, folks these days are looking toward a more aesthetically pleasing design that will blend in with their living rooms. Moneual has unveiled the 101 desktop series that comes in a...

HP Slimline s3000y is diminutive

06/11/2007, While the Mac Mini pioneered the small, affordable desktop computer segment, HP has taken this market niche further with its Slimline s3000y. It is not as small as Apple’s offering, but it comes in a glossy black exterior that is easy on the eye....

Marubeni Infotec wooden keyboard

06/11/2007, A wooden keyboard? Sounds like something Gepetto would have made for Pinocchio. Anyways, such an input peripheral actually exists courtesy of Marubeni Infotec. This wooden keyboard comes with less than a hundred keys – 89 to be exact. It hooks up to...

Mobile on Desktop chassis

06/08/2007, Ever heard of the Mobile on Desktop MoDT) chassis? I haven’t either until today (looks like I have filled the quota for learning something new every day), stumbling across a story about the ML02 from SilverStone. What you get is a sleek looking...