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SnoopStick does a Big Brother

02/26/2007, The SnoopStick works great for parents and bosses who want to keep an eye on their kids’ and employees’ online activities. Just plug the SnoopStick into any available USB port, run the setup programs, and you’re good to go. The software...

Maxtor Fusion 500GB Review

02/26/2007, The Maxtor Fusion is a Personal Web Server that looks like an external hard drive connected directly to your Ethernet network. I said “looks like” because it’s not just a hard drive: it’s a little computer that acts as silent...

Pantech PX-500 EVDO Card

02/26/2007, Real road warriors know that Wi-Fi’s coverage can’t be relied upon for professional purposes. The Pantech PX-500 is a PCMCIA card that can connect your laptop to Sprint’s 3G network and let you access your emails and data in a much wider...

Classy Laptop: Samsung Aura

02/23/2007, Samsung has been a little behind in the U.S laptop market, but the Aura might shake things a little. This glossy-black laptop has a 14.1” display and can be powered by a Core 2 Duo or a Celeron processor, depending on your budget. I’m not sure...

160 GB Flash HDD by Adtron

02/23/2007, With flash memory prices falling, we are starting to get very interesting flash-based HDD capacity. Adtron has a 160GB disk – a capacity that would be good enough for most users. Today, this is not a financially sound proposition to replace a...

HTC Advantage X7500 drool-worthy

02/16/2007, HTC has blurred the lines between a smartphone and an ultra portable notebook by unveiling the Advantage X7500 at the recently concluded 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. The X7500 shares a similar design with notebooks, opening up to reveal a...

Sony VAIO L Series looks confused

02/16/2007, Sony’s new VAIO L series is a concept all-in-one PC that marries both form and function that is guaranteed to appeal to a wide range of audience. The merging of a powerful PC complete with a high-end 15.4″ LCD display and stylish polycarbonate...

Ego Love Laptop gift idea

02/12/2007, Valentine’s is just a few days away, and for geeks who have not yet gotten anything for their other halves, it is high time you harnessed the power of the Internet to search for the perfect love gift. The Ego Love Edition Laptop is guaranteed to set...

Asus ScreenDUO display

02/11/2007, Asus has released the ScreenDUO auxiliary display recently to take advantage of Microsoft Windows Vista’s SideShow capabilities. Measuring around 4″ wide and standing 2.5″ tall with a thickness of 0.75″, this 2.5″ QVGA...

X2VGA 2 High Definition VGA Transcoder

02/11/2007, Neoya offers a glimmer of hope to those who cannot afford a high definition TV with the X2VGA 2 High Definition VGA Transcoder. Designed to be compatible with virtually any gaming console or video device with a standard component video output, it enables...

Genius keyboard powered by sun

02/06/2007, Most of our keyboards are powered when plugged into the computer, but how many of them actually harness the power of the sun? The Genius SlimStar 820 boasts a solar panel that juices up the built-in battery, helping you save on your power bill in the...

Kuko industrial robots become DJs

02/04/2007, I wonder how people actually get hold of these robotic arms, and marvel at their creativity in expounding its function. A pair of Kuko industrial robots have actually been programmed to take over the role of a DJ at parties and nightspots, boasting the...

MacBook in tablet format

02/02/2007, Has the MacBook gone all tablet on us? Axiotron has offered more that a wishy washy concept in the form of the real Mac OS X tablet computer solution. This after-market hardware modification looks especially sweet and comes with a $2,279 price tag. There...

Onkyo HDC 1.0 Jukebox PC

02/01/2007, Onkyo Japan has recently announced a HD audio PC – the HDC 1.0. Featuring a minimalist design, the HDC 1.0 is powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo T5500 1.66GHz processor and 1GB of RAM. Unfortunately, the 120GB hard drive is definitely left wanting since...