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Asus Eee PC 1008HA Seashell Video

03/03/2009, Asus ain’t about to give up on its Eee PC line just yet, not when it is so lucrative to begin with. The Eee PC 1008HA model was announced at the press conference in CeBIT, but very little else is known about it apart from the fact that you’ll...

Eye-Fi Wi-Fi SD Card Features Video Uploading Now

03/03/2009, Everyone’s favorite SD card with built-in Wi-Fi connectivity (the Eye-Fi, of course) has just received an upgrade where the card is able to upload video to several sites such as YouTube and Flickr, in addition to standard photo uploading that it...

Mac Pro Also Gets A Refresh

03/03/2009, Apple has not forgotten about the Mac Pro in its latest refresh that will see the new Intel “Nehalem” Xeon processors working within alongside a next-generation system architecture that is touted to deliver up to twice the performance of the...

Puget Systems Go Nuts With $16K PC

03/03/2009, Puget Systems decided that the recession will kick in only when they say so, otherwise how else would they put together a $16,000 computer system while expecting the man on Main Street to purchase one? Powered by a quartet of Opteron processors, this...

Pretec Unveils 128GB ExpressCard SSD

03/03/2009, Pretec lays claim to the largest capacity ExpressCard SSD in the world today with its 128GB monster at CeBIT in Germany. Also available will be the 64GB version just in case you think you won’t need that kind of space, and both models will sport...

Mac Mini Receives Overhaul

03/03/2009, Guess rumors have evolved into fact yet again today as Apple unveils their new Mac Mini which is long overdue for a refresh after chugging along to specifications which hail from August 2007 onwards. The new Mac Mini will feature improved default...

Apple Ditches Numeric Keypad On New Keyboard

03/03/2009, Apple loves doing things in a subtle manner, and latest news has it that the wired Apple Keyboard will now come without the numeric keypad, where everything else is designed in a similar manner as the wireless model that also has been classified as MIA...

New Apple Airport Extreme Juggles Networks At Once

03/03/2009, Apple is offering something a little bit different in the wireless router market with their new Airport Extreme, where its dual-band Wi-Fi radios allow the device to work in 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands simultaneously. It is also able to support up to half a...

M1-Pro Targets Mac Owners

03/03/2009, If you’re a proud owner of a Macbook, Macbook Pro and Macbook Air (or basically any other notebook owner, but the M1-Pro does look so much cooler with an Apple product), then the M1-Pro notebook cooler is just the thing for you (and your notebook)....

Art Lebedev Has Wicked USB Hub Design

03/03/2009, Trust the folks from Art Lebedev to come up with a really cool USB hub design, after all, they’re the ones with the super neat Optimus OLED keyboard that wowed the world in the past (partly due to its price tag as well). Shaped like some sort of...

MSI GT725 Gets ATI Graphics Card

03/02/2009, The MSI GT725 is a venerable gaming machine, and this time round it is equipped with the extremely potent ATI Radeon HD4850 that is touted to offer desktop graphics performance on a single card. While it won’t be as speedy as ATI’s CrossFire...

LaCie CurrenKey USB Flash Drive

03/02/2009, LaCie brings new meaning to the word USB key with their CurrenKey USB flash drive range. These tiny miniature microSD memory card readers boast a read speed of 20MB/s and a write speed of 10MB/s, supporting microSD cards of both the standard and High...

Asus Shows Display-Only Computer Concept at Cebit

03/02/2009, At the moment, this is just a concept, but Asus has built it following the feedback that the company has received on WePC.com, a site on which users can submit ideas and feedback about laptops (Note that Ubergizmo contributes to the WePC by submitting...

Clarion MiND Review (External)

03/02/2009, Our friends from OhGizmo took the time to review the Clarion MiND, a mobile internet device (MID) that is equipped with a GPS receiver. Because it is a mini computer, the Clarion MiND can take on many roles such as GPS nav, portable media player, web...