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GD-Itronix GD8000 Rugged PC

03/16/2009, GD-Itronix has introduced its GD8000 ultra-rugged notebook PC that actually supersedes the US military’s MIL-STD 810F specifications with its rugged design. Imagine the original specifications that require the device to withstand 3 foot falls with...

Ericsson Demonstrates 500Mbps DSL

03/16/2009, Just how fast do you think your internet connection is at home? If you’re running on cable, most operators boast speeds of up to 100Mbps, but Ericsson goes one up on that claim by successfully going live with its 500Mbps DSL. This speed is achieved...

RAM Mount Tough Tray II

03/16/2009, If you’re a frequent road user who needs quick and easy access to your notebook or netbook, why not consider the RAM Mount Tough Tray II? This car mount is perfect for netbooks, tablet PCs and UMPCs, as it comes with a universal cradle to handle...

Reboot Tool Is Hilarious

03/16/2009, Now this is a hoot, and is meant for folks who run on Windows-powered computers only. Instead of using three fingers to access the almighty Windows Task Manager pane whenever something goes awry with your operating system, why not use this tool instead?...

Gateway P-7808u FX Edition Notebook

03/16/2009, Gateway is back with a brand new gaming rig – the P-7808u FX Edition notebook. You’ll find the following beefy specifications within :- 17″ widescreen display at 1,440 x 900 resolution Intel Core 2 Quad Q9000 2GHz processor NVIDIA...

Zoostorm Debuts Freedom Netbook In UK

03/16/2009, Folks in the UK will be able to get their hands on yet another netbook model – this time round it will be the Freedom netbook from Zoostorm. Specifications remain the same as with many other older netbooks, relying on an Intel Atom 1.6GHz processor,...

Impulse TNX-9500 Is Super Cheap

03/16/2009, The worlds’s cheapest netbook – at least, that’s what the manufacturers of the Impulse TNX-9500 claim it to be. This netbook retails for $199 which isn’t exactly the cheapest considering the Dell Mini 9 has already dropped to that...

MID Boasts Pocketable Docking Station

03/16/2009, Check out this newly unveiled MID from China that comes in a slate-style, complete with a docking station attachment that actually increases the device’s battery capacity twofold. It won’t run on Windows but rely on a variant of Linux instead...

Modbook Tablet Get Synergy Touch Screen

03/16/2009, While resistive touch screens work best when one has a stylus in-hand, capacitive displays work better with fingertips. Unfortunately, current technology cannot solve the problem of glove-covered fingertips handling such devices, although Axiotron’s...

Toshiba DynaDock U10 Notebook Dock

03/16/2009, While proprietary notebook docks are relics from the past, USB docks have entered prime time by offering virtually universal support for all notebooks, and the Toshiba DynaDock U10 is the latest among them. You not only get universal compatibility, the...

Rear View Computer Mirror

03/16/2009, Ever surfed some NSFW sites at the office? You know, that adrenaline rush knowing that you’re viewing something you’re not supposed to while running the risk of being caught in the act by your boss or colleagues? That’s where the Rear...

Lenovo Pocket Yoga Teaser Shot

03/16/2009, Lenovo is surely going to come up with what some dub as the Sony Vaio P killer – their Pocket Yoga device. It is small enough to fit into your pants pocket (just like how Sony claims their Vaio P can do), featuring a leather-bound shell for an...

Dospara Prime Note Beatribe 1 Netbook Alternative

03/16/2009, For those who find netbooks to be cute but have gotten sick of the slew of releases can check out what Dospara has to offer – the Prime Note Beatribe 1. While it is a wee bit more expensive compared to higher end netbooks with a recommended retail...

K-95 USB Flash Drive

03/16/2009, A USB Sub – now that’s a real play on the letters. The K-95 USB flash drive comes in the form factor of a submarine, letting you live out your childhood fantasies of joining the Navy and seeing the (underwater) world. Interestingly enough, the...