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Second Hard Drive For New Mac Mini

03/06/2009, So you’ve picked up a brand new Mac mini and wish that there was more hard drive space on it? Well, iFixit has released a new step-by-step tutorial that tutorial explaining how to swap out the new Mac Mini’s optical drive for a second hard...

Pretec 32GB SDXC Card

03/06/2009, We first reported on the new SDXC format at CES earlier this year, and today we have news from Pretec that they will be releasing the first SDXC card in the world, but unfortunately for us, they did not unveil any release date for us to work with. In...

You-SB Bionic Add On

03/06/2009, Woe the day where I would give up one segment of my finger just to store a USB connector, or could the You-SB be a glimpse into the future? We suppose this is but a visualization project and will never take off, but the idea of downloading data straight...

MediSlate MCA i1040XT From TabletKiosk

03/06/2009, Those in the medical profession will probably give an overall thumbs up to the new mobile clinical assistant from TabletKiosk, known as the MediSlate MCA i1040XT. This computer come with double hot swappable batteries, while the water-resistant exterior...

MSI Classic Series Unveiled

03/06/2009, MSI is back with its new Classic series of notebooks – the CX700, CX600 and CR400 that tip the scales at a mere 3kg, 2.5kg and 2.2kg, respectively. These will be equipped with 17.3″, 16″, and 14″ widescreen LCD displays that best...

Transcend StoreJet Portable Hard Drive

03/05/2009, Transcend Information has revealed information concerning their latest addition to its StoreJet line of portable hard drives, the StoreJet 25M-R. Available in 250GB and 320GB capacities, you will have yet another option to consider when you want to pick...

Sapphire to Launch 2GB Radeon HD 4870

03/05/2009, A Sapphire Radeon HD 4870 with 2GB is better than a 1GB, right? Well, not when it comes to gaming performance, or at least, not “yet”. The reason is that game developers tend to build games for 512MB, or may be 768MB cards. Therefore, there...

Windows Vista Serivce Pack 2 Now Out

03/05/2009, If you want to steady that Windows Vista boat of yours by a fair bit, might we suggest you drop whatever you’re doing at the moment and download the newly available Windows Vista Service Pack 2 release candidate? It is available for all Vista users...

BlackBerry Niagara 9630 Sneak Peek

03/05/2009, Guess the BlackBerry Niagara, also know by its model number 9630, ain’t that shy after all – it has finally surfaced while allowing folks to snap some photos of it in the process. This sweet CDMA BlackBerry comes with a full QWERTY keyboard...

Wndows 98 Runs On Nokia 6220 Classic

03/05/2009, Just how powerful are cell phones these days? Well, you’d be surprised to know that the handset you carry in your pocket has more than enough power to run something deemed as state-of-the-art nearly two decades ago – Windows 3.1. This time...

Cat Tail USB Flash Drive

03/05/2009, This is definitely one of the weirder USB flash drives we’ve come across to date – the Cat Tail model. No, it is not made out of a stray kitten’s tail as some of the more macabre among you might think, but what’s the whole point of...

BenQ Joybook S57 Notebook

03/05/2009, BenQ has just rolled out its HD-ready Joybook S57 notebook today, although it won’t be able to support full High Definition as it maxes out at native 1,366 x 768 resolution instead. Since the Joybook S57 is meant to be an entertainment-centric...

Acer Aspire One In France Gets 16GB SSD

03/05/2009, Those living in France who are about to pick up the Acer Aspire One D110-DB netbook will be able to benefit from the inclusion of a 16GB solid state drive (SSD) instead of a 160GB hard drive found in similar models sold elsewhere. It really depends on...

A-DATA XPG 2.5-inch SSD

03/05/2009, A-DATA has taken advantage of the current CeBIT exhibition by releasing its 512GB XPG 2.5″ SSD that targets both notebook and PC enthusiasts who are looking for a speedy transfer rate in a high capacity SSD – something that is not too common...