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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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Samsung R720 Notebook Unveiled

06/10/2009, Samsung has recently expanded its R-Series range of notebooks with the R720 which will bring together a complete multimedia package for folks who love bringing their entertainment on the go, featuring a combination of HD graphics in addition to enhanced...

Overclocked Orange PC Case Mod

06/09/2009, Check out the Overclocked Orange PC case mod that pays homage to the original movie, looking cute as all get out in its bright orange color. Inside the case you will find a plethora of high end components that ought to make any geek wet his/her pants :-...

ViewSonic PC Mini VOT530

06/09/2009, ViewSonic doesn’t only make LCD monitors, they are also now diving into the lucrative world of nettops – OK, so maybe the profit margin isn’t exactly the best in the world, but their latest addition would be the ViewSonic PC mini VOT530....

Elecom Reine USB Flash Drive

06/09/2009, Elecom gets flashy this time round with their Reine USB flash drive that will come in 8GB and 16GB configurations, featuring pleasant-looking pastel colors alongside some poorly translated French scribbled on top of them. No idea on how much they’ll...

E-LEAD Bluetooth Lazy Pad

06/09/2009, E-LEAD Electronic recently introduced its latest device, the Lazy Pad that comprises of a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse combo at Computex 2009. Fret not if your notebook or computer does not come with its own Bluetooth connection since the Lazy Pad will...

Western Digital 4TB My Book Studio Edition II

06/09/2009, Western Digital is back with an upgrade to its 2TB My Book Studio Edition II by doubling the storage space as well as featuring a new exterior design. In its RAID 0 configuration, you will find a couple of drive bays available to hold two 2TB hard drives...

Sager NP9280 Core i7 Notebook

06/08/2009, The Sager NP9280 is touted to be the first Core i7 notebook to ship in the world, featuring the following underneath the rather massive hood :- Intel X58 chipset Triple channel DDR3 memory 1GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280M graphics card 17.1″ 1,920 x...

Clevo T890M Waterproof Industrial Netbook

06/07/2009, Clevo recently displayed its new waterproof industrial netbook that is by far more durable that any other netbook you’ve seen in the market so far, being waterproof and all in its 8.9″ of viewing goodness. Features of the Clevo T890M include...

xpPhone Offers Alternative

06/07/2009, Folks who are looking for a power pocket device that is able to handle phone calls as well as simple computing tasks on the go will soon have another option available to them – the xpPhone that was recently paraded at Computex 2009. This...

Mechanical Memory Key

06/07/2009, Talk about one-of-a-kind – that’s exactly what the Mechanical Memory Key is, where it took around a dozen hours to complete by UK artist Rob Smith. The case itself is made out of wood, while within the enclosed space are parts from six other...

Maingear Pulse PC Aims to Be The Greenest Gaming Rig

06/04/2009, With high-powered CPU and up to three GPUs fed by 1000+W power supplies, Gaming PCs have a bad reputation because they are indeed power hogs. But Maingear computer thinks that you can enjoy a form of gaming that is less taxing on electricity and the...

Maingear ePhex X58 Elite Gaming PC

06/04/2009, Maingear has a spanking new gaming PC known as the ePhex X58 Elite, where it will house the Asus X58 motherboard which is extremely flexible, capable of holding multiple video cards from either NVIDIA or ATI. In fact, you can cram in up to a trio of...

White Macbook Slightly Faster Than Uniboby Version, So?

06/04/2009, There was some buzz this morning around the fact that the recently upgraded Macbook was a little faster than the more expensive aluminum Unibody version. First, the white Macbook is about 4.2% faster in the overall benchmark, which is quite frankly not...

Intel Acquires Wind River Systems For $884M

06/04/2009, Intel is set to buy embedded software developer Wind River for $884M. If I remember correctly, Wind River has done a lot of work on Moblin, especially on the low-level Linux software, which is really the foundation for every other application that is...