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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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Cuol Book Runs On Windows CE

09/23/2008, Windows CE is essentially a handheld PC operating system, and won’t be able to handle full fledged desktop applications, so will something like the Cuol Book being powered by Windows CE have a place in today’s gadget industry? I’ll leave...

Packard Bell Dot Netbook

09/23/2008, Packard Bell isn’t quite dead yet, and they have announced the Dot netbook that features a full installation of Windows XP. This 8.9″ netbook will feature more of the usual stuff such as :- Intel Atom processor 160GB hard drive 1GB RAM...

Motorola USBw 100 WiMAX Device

09/23/2008, Motorola has unleashed the company’s first ever USB WiMAX device known as the USBw 100. The USBw 100 looks more like a regular USB flash drive than anything else, and is able to provide high-speed mobile broadband across 2.3GHz, 2.5GHz or 3.5GHz...

HP Unveils G60 Silently

09/23/2008, Just like a nuclear submarine, HP has released the G60 notebook silently and without any fanfare, despite it being the first 15.6″ display notebook from the company. Circuit City is currently carrying the G60-120US that will feature the following :-...

Photoshop CS4 features GPU acceleration

09/22/2008, “It’s not lost on us that when you look at the rate of GPU power advancement, there’s an enormous wealth of cycles we can take advantage of now,” (John Nack, principal product manager, Photoshop). He’s right, and in fact this...

Thermaltake Cools PC With Fridge Compressor

09/22/2008, Thermaltake is famous for their line of PC cooling systems, but this one definitely wins points for being unique as it relies on a DC-inverter micro refrigeration system onboard that uses a similar compressor/condenser/coolant system found in...

Acer X3200 Mini Desktop

09/21/2008, The Acer X3200 mini desktop doesn’t skimp on features though, so don’t be fooled by its diminutive size. This model features the following to help you jump straight into the world of high definition entertainment :- Quad-core AMD processor...

Packard Bell iPower GX

09/19/2008, No idea why Packard Bell decided to take Apple’s naming convention route with their latest power-packed gaming notebook known as the iPower GX. This model comes with a “street art cover” that conveys plenty of attitude – essential...

Buffalo MiniStation Shinobi 5mm-thin portable hard-drive

09/18/2008, Buffalo just showed us their latest ultra-portable drive, it’s called the MiniStation “Shinobi”, which means “protector” in Japanese if I remember correctly. I guess that it’s appropriate if you’re using it as a...

Fusion IODrive to become bootable in Q4

09/18/2008, We’ve talked about the fusion IO before: it’s a high-end solid state drive (SSD) designed for enterprise applications (servers). Because it is SSD-based, it has ultra-fast access time and throughput that standard disks can’t touch....

TDK 6x Blu-ray Discs Hit US

09/17/2008, TDK is first off the blocks to make available 6x Blu-ray recordable (BD-R) and Blu-ray recordable double layer (BD-R DL) media in the US. I suppose this piece of news will only interest you if you have tons of video as well as photos to archive from the...

CompuLab Fit-PC Slim

09/17/2008, If you’re really that hard up for space and yet need a computer of sorts running in your pad, then the Fit-PC Slim from CompuLab could be just the solution for you. This tiny fanless computer sips 6 watts of juice at best, and measuring 110mm x...