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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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Kuro Sheeva mini server

12/03/2009, The Kuro Sheeva is roughly the size of an AC adapter, measuring a mere 96.5mm x 110mm x 48.5mm, and can function as a server if you like. Running on a 1.2GHz ARM processor, it is equipped with 512MB RAM as well as an equivalent amount in terms of internal...

Asus Designo LS246H monitor

12/03/2009, Asus outs their Designo LS246H monitor which will definitely get those with a heart for the environment excited, as it was manufactured with 50% less hazardous materials compared to the majority of other monitors while sipping up to 30% less juice. This...

Fujitsu LifeBook UH900

12/03/2009, Fujitsu has introduced their latest LifeBook – the UH900 which could probably be the smallest and lightest handheld PC to date from Fujitsu, measuring a mere 204mm x 106.5mm x 23.8mm while tipping the scales at just 500 grams. The form factor of the...

Micron RealSSD C300 is blazing fast

12/02/2009, We all know that SSDs are blazing fast, but Micron’s latest C300 2.5″ SSDs pummel the opposition into a corner, being a whopping 50% faster than the current market leaders, shaming the fastest hard drives as well. Coming in 128GB and 256GB...

Nokia Booklet 3G Review

12/02/2009, The Nokia Booklet 3G was quite a surprise when it was first announced. With it, Nokia wants to differentiate itself by building a Netbook with a top-notch construction quality, a small footprint (it fits in a large purse) and small weight: only 2.64lbs....

Intel talks about SCC: Single-chip Cloud Computer

12/02/2009, This morning, Intel’s CTO Justin Ratter was presenting their “Single-Chip Cloud Computer” concept. This is not a product, but a research project to determine if such a product would be viable. The fundamental question is: “can we...

Dell E6400 And E6500 Performance Issues

12/01/2009, Do you own a Dell E6400 or E6500 series laptop, and are you experiencing performance issues on those laptops? It seems that hundreds of owners of those laptops are complaining of serious performance issues due to the laptops throttling themselves down by...

VIA Mobile-ITX platform

12/01/2009, VIA intends to revolutionize things yet again with their new Mobile-ITX platform that measures a cool 6cm x 6cm, while is around 50% smaller compared to the Pico-ITX form factor. Specially built for next-generation embedded devices, Mobile-ITX will rely...

Google Chrome OS in 64-bit

12/01/2009, Developer Teo En Ming recently compiled the Chromium source code by rolling out a 64-bit version. This is a wee bit strange though, as the Chrome OS is more or less a bootable Web browser, and will normally require the juice of 64-bit processing. At the...

Uber10 Giveaway: HP Envy Beat laptop with an Intel Core i7

11/30/2009, Update: The lucky winner is Ken Yeung! Congratulations Ken. Last week in San Francisco, we’ve announced the Uber10: the greatest gift suggestions. Two attendees came home with awesome gifts: a LG BD390 Blu-ray Disc Player with VUDU streaming...

SDXC memory card slot could see action in 32nm notebooks

11/30/2009, Notebook manufacturers Dell, HP and Lenovo could soon release their new 32nm notebooks that run on mobile Core i3, i5 and i7 processors to be equipped with an SDXC memory card slot in order to keep up with the times, offering the option for such notebooks...

NVIDIA Tegra Tablet Sampled

11/29/2009, Do you remember the mystery tablet device that everybody saw Jen-Hsun Huang, the CEO of NVIDIA, having? Well, the device has made its way to London, and the folks over at Engadget have managed to get their hands on it. It’s currently powered by...

MSI X430 Gets AMD Neo Processors

11/28/2009, MSI has added another slim laptop to its X-Slim line of ultraportables. The successor to the X410 is the X430, and it doubles the number of cores with its Athlon Neo X2. Graphics will be handled by its Radeon HD 3200 graphics which also supports HDMI...

Dual Screen Netbook Going On Sale Soon

11/27/2009, You’ve probably seen the pictures of the Kohjinsha 10.1-inch dual-screen netbook that we reported on from CEATEC 2009. We’ve soon good news on that, as it looks like the netbook won’t be a prototype forever, and will apparently be sold...