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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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Slim Gigabyte GK-K7100 Keyboard

03/02/2009, So you’ve just moved into your spanking new apartment and want to fill it up with the Zen look? Fret not, the Gigabyte GK-K7100 keyboard ought to do the trick just right thanks to its slim design which will definitely fit in with the minimalist...

Gigabyte GK-K6800 Keyboard

03/02/2009, Gigabyte has yet another device ready to be unveiled at the upcoming CeBIT event, and this time round it is the GK-K6800 keyboard. Meant to merge both luxury and fashion forward design in a single device, the GK-K6800 comes with a glossy coating that will...

MSI PX6000 Prestige Collection Limited Edition Notebook

03/02/2009, If you’re the type who loves collecting special or limited editions of items, then you might want to consider the MSI PX6000 Prestige notebook that will be available exclusively in Japan only. In fact, it is so exclusive that you will only find 30...

MSI Wind U123 In The Works

03/01/2009, It is hard to stop relying on a successful formula, and MSI does the same with its Wind U123 netbook that will be out this April, featuring 10.2″ of viewing real estate alongside Intel’s latest Atom N280 processor running proceedings from...

TANDBERG PrecisionHD 720p Webcam

02/27/2009, It’s pretty hard for a webcam to get any buzz these days, but the design of the Tandberg PrecisionHD Camera and its HD (720p) capabilities with autofocus have caught our attention. In addition to its optical abilities, at least on the paper, the...

Fidelity VPC (Very Personal Computer) Costs $199

02/27/2009, Just when Netbook manufacturers are trying to move to larger display size (11″, 12″, 13″) and add a bit more graphics power to their offerings, Fidelity comes in with a first-generation Netbook type computer at the discounted price of...

Asus W90Vp-X1 Notebook Ships

02/25/2009, Asus’ latest W90Vp-X1 notebook is starting to ship, and you will find this to be no slouch if you’re into portable gaming as it will be powered by ATI’s Mobility Radeon HD 4870 X2 dual video card with 1GB of dedicated memory. When you...

Nokia Multi-Core Linux MID

02/25/2009, Nokia might be one company that comes out with pretty dizzy phones, but that doesn’t mean they are willing to rest on their laurels. Nokia CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo already plans to jump aboard the laptop bandwagon, and could be working on a...

Hackintosh Junior Looks Sweet

02/25/2009, Folks who want a smaller Mac but can’t get it as Apple prefers to do their own thing can now rejoice. Although the Hackintosh Junior is not a commercially available product, this labor of love will definitely draw plenty of attention for those who...

OWC Mercury Pro BDR-203 External Blu-ray Burner

02/25/2009, Other World Computing has released its Mercury Pro BDR-203 quad-interface external Blu-ray burner that does 8x write speeds, allowing it to burn up to 2GB worth of data per minute. Some of the interface options include FireWire 800, FireWire 400, USB 2.0...

The Dell XPS 435 Is a High-End Desktop PC

02/25/2009, The XPS 435 can be found on Dell’s website, a quick glance at the specs shows that it is indeed a top of the line PC: Core i7 Extreme, powerful graphics, optional Blu-Ray drive, up to 24GB of RAM and up to 4.5TB of hard drive space makes it a...

Buffalo SHD-NSUM SATA SSD

02/24/2009, Buffalo is back with a brand new SATA SSD line up, and the SHD-NSUM will spearhead the charge. You will be able to choose from a wide variety of capacities to suit your every need, ranging from 30GB to 32GB, 60GB, 64GB, 120GB and 128GB. Heck, it is...

Unidata SQ-3000 Wi-Fi Phone

02/24/2009, Unidata has just lifted the curtains on its new SQ-3000 Wi-Fi phone that will also make a splash at CeBIT 2009 which is just around the corner. The SQ-3000 features support for high-resolution video telephony, although we do think that current video feeds...