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HAVA Gold HD competes with Slingbox

01/23/2007, Sling Media’s Slingbox has a competitor in the form of HAVA’s Gold HD. Available for sale already, the Gold HD transforms your Windows-based computer into a TiVo-like recorder, with the additional abilities to stream MPEG 2 and MPEG 4 video...

The Jar from LG launched

01/23/2007, LG has a line of designer monitors that come in unconventional base designs that are bound to add a touch of class to any home or workplace. The Jar is the latest in LG’s Fantasy series, where previous stars include the Ring and the Eclipse. The Jar...

Give your WiFi signal a boost

01/22/2007, There are many ways to use a WiFi booster, but not all of them are legal. Imagine you own a really large mansion and wish to surf your favorite website no matter which part of the home you’re in at any time – the Buffalo WiFi booster is...

Mustek SI302A webcam

01/19/2007, Mustek’s SI302A webcam looks more like a travel mug than a webcam, but this is where peripheral design is heading these days – they tend to exude an extremely Zen-like state to complement the minimalist look in your home. The SI302A can be...

Panasonic R6 a tough nut to crack

01/18/2007, The Panasonic R6 notebook would definitely be good friends with the Duracell bunny as the both of them keep on going and going. The R6 is much tougher, of course, surviving a 76cm fall while having a glass of water unceremoniously spilt all over the...

Philips SRM7500 Vista-ready

01/18/2007, With Windows Vista to be released really soon, it was only a matter of time before hardware manufacturers heeded the clarion call to develop a remote control that works with the SideShow function. Philips is first off the blocks with the bi-directional...

Asus R2H in Korea

01/17/2007, Korea can look forward to the R2H Ultra Mobile PC from Asus as the latest technological toy to play around with. The R2H comes with a 1.3 megapixel camera that doubles up as a webcam for your video conference needs, while the integrated GPS capability...

Eleksen unveils Wearable Display Module

01/16/2007, Eleksen, maker of fabrics that work with electronics, have developed a prototype laptop bag that comes with Vista’s SideShow technology. This Wearable Display Module can essentially be sown onto different items such as handbags or even a sack,...

Toilet gets Windows experience

01/16/2007, We know that April Fool’s Day is a good three months away from now, but the eToilet is good for a laugh for those who are having a hard day at work. This new toilet is said to come with multi-faceted abilities such as playing music from Zune and...

Laptop case charged by sun

01/16/2007, You know how solar power is one of the main forms of renewable energy which humans have learnt to harness, and Eclipse Solar Gear has made a solar-powered notebook case that is capable of juicing up your notebook within while toting the case around. Of...

iTablet from Amtek

01/09/2007, CES 2007 – Perhaps you are looking for an alternative tablet PC to the more established brands that are available in the market, and the Amtek iTablet fits the bill perfectly. Available in a wide range of configuration (from low-end Celeron...

OZiQ All-in-One PC

01/09/2007, CES 2007 – With TVs and cellphone slimming down in all aspects, it is no surprise that home computers are next on the list. OZiQ from Down Under has released an All-in-One computer before, but an insider source revealed that there will be larger and...

LG Blu-ray and HD-DVD Players

01/09/2007, CES 2007 – At Ubergizmo, we largely ignored the HD-DVD vs. BluRay war and it turns out we were right. With LG’s announcement of optical drives and player supporting both formats, this makes the whole debate obsolete: from a compatibility point...

Asus notebook undergo weight loss

01/07/2007, Asus’ engineers had been hard at work to produce this extremely slim ultra portable notebook that has a LED backlit display, making it viewable even under the sun. We had no chance to test this claim, but the Asus rep wasn’t fibbing from the...