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Samsung NP-Q1EX UMPC On Its Way

03/05/2009, Samsung might be in the netbook game, but that doesn’t mean they have forgotten about the UMPC market either. The Korean electronics company will be rolling out the Samsung NP-Q1EX that is packed with a 7? WSVGA touchscreen display at 1,024 ×...

Great Pyramid PC Mod

03/04/2009, There is power in the pyramids, or so they say. We’ve read about how foodstuff, when placed inside of a pyramid (not necessarily the ones in Egypt), will be preserved while other folklore actually have word of dead pets being resusicated. This Great...

MSI N260GTX Lightning 216 Graphics Card

03/04/2009, MSI has just unveiled its military-spec graphics card – the N260GTX Lightning 216. What makes this special? Well, at least our special forces people out in the field and harsh environments will be able to get their gaming kicks in during a downtime...

MSI Wind U100 Plus And U110 Eco

03/04/2009, MSI has lifted the veil from a couple of its Wind netbook models at CeBIT, and first off we have the U100 Plus that is an updated version of the U100, and it will be powered by the new Intel Atom N280 processor alongside an ICH7M chipset and Intel 945GSE...

Vaino Knocks Off Vaio P Shamelessly

03/04/2009, The Sony Vaio P has not been out for too long and it has already been paid homage to with a clone – the Vaino. At first glance, the Vaino does seem to offer better specifications in certain aspects, including a 10.2″ display, a faster Atom...

ZTIC USB Stick

03/04/2009, The ZTIC (Zone Trusted Information Channel) USB stick was specially designed for secure online banking, never mind if your computer is infested with viruses at point of use. This USB stick was developed by IBM in Zurich, and it will open up an SSL...

Western Digital 8TB ShareSpace NAS

03/04/2009, Western Digital has a new 8TB ShareSpace NAS that ought to satisfy all you data hoarders out there, but you will have to prepare your pockets for some serious bleeding as the 8TB model will set you back by a whopping $1,700. Don’t balk at the amount...

Taiwan Mobile Announces W101

03/04/2009, Taiwan Mobile has just announced its W101 netbook that comes with pretty much the same specifications as other netbooks in the market, so we’re interested to see whether the form factor and design is able to hold up with its competitors. You will...

OCZ Neutrino Netbook Comes With DIY Hardware

03/04/2009, One netbook is the same as another, right? Apparently not – the OCZ Neutrino might look similar to its competitors from the outside, but interestingly enough, you are able to customize your own hard drive capacity, RAM and operating system. This...

Nero Move It adds GPU Compute to Its Feature List

03/04/2009, This is a big deal for NVIDIA: Nero, a company that create software that is widely bundled with electronic devices has added GPU computing to their software. Tens of thousands might get their first taste of GPU computing when they copy their media files...

Gigabyte Thin Note M1024

03/04/2009, CeBIT is where the SlashGear team caught hold of the Gigabyte Thin Note M1024, and boy can you tell from the image above that this is one super slim netbook which will probably appeal to folks who want a netbook to be both functional and beautiful to look...

Elecom TK-FCP004 Keyboard

03/04/2009, Looking for something that is more stately to grace your desktop instead of relying on a cheap, plasticky keyboard that came with the PC? Elecom has some black, white and silver answers in the form of the TK-FCP004 keyboard. Before you might end up...

Japanese Takotsubo Speakers

03/04/2009, Trust Bird Electron to come up with the zaniest designs for their speakers. Moving forward from the peanut speakers are this pair that is constructed around the Japanese takotsubo, also known as an “octopus trap”, which is used by fishermen to...

VCR PC Case For Sale

03/04/2009, Is there life left in the VCR? Apparently so with the VCR you see here that has already been turned into a PC case. What most people think would be a mod is actually available from Maplin in the UK, although you do need to fork out extra cash yourself for...