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Hot Computer Reviews


iBuyPower Quad Core Gaming Machines

02/19/2009, iBuyPower is back with a slew of quad core gaming computers which aim to offer the best bang for your limited buck. It definitely won’t run into the insane five-digit category where price tags are concerned, but at least it offers a much more...

BenQ nScreen i91 All-in-One PC

02/19/2009, BenQ has just rolled out its maiden all-in-one PC known as the nScreen i91. This isn’t the first of such devices as other manufacturers like Sony and NEC have already come up with all-in-one PCs which will spruce up any home, and the nScreen i91 is...

UMID Mbook At MWC 2009

02/19/2009, Check out what UMID has in store for the world at the ongoing Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. Incidentally, today is the last day, so take a good look around if you’re there while you still can before waiting for the next edition in 2010....

Maingear Prelude 2 3D Gaming Workstation

02/19/2009, Maingear has introduced its latest addition to a long pedigree of high performance luxury computers – the Prelude 2 3D gaming workstation that will come with the following (wipe away the drool once you’re done) :- NVIDIA GeForce 3D Vision...

OCZ Alchemy Illuminati Keyboard

02/19/2009, OCZ Technology does not make fast memory only, but they have just announced a new addition to its Alchemy line of peripherals – the Illuminati multimedia backlit keyboard series. This new Illuminati keyboard is pretty much self-explanatory –...

Toshiba Announces 16-inch Satellites

02/19/2009, Toshiba has rolled out its first 16″ display notebooks from the Satellite A350/A355/A355D Series, and all of them will come with varying specifications to suit just about any budget and situation. Of course, the regular details include a maximum of...

Asus To Stop 9-inch Eee PCs Soon

02/19/2009, Asus is set on phasing out its 8.9″ Eee PC netbook range by focusing on 10″ netbooks instead, after all, the latter is appearing to be the industry standard these days. In addition, netbooks that feature larger displays logically come with...

Gateway TC Series Released

02/19/2009, Gateway has decided not to reinvent the wheel after seeing success last summer with their MC and MD series of notebooks, and will now hope to repeat such success with its 14″ TC series that start from $649.99 upwards depending on the configuration....

Dell Studio 15 Notebook Ready For Rollout

02/18/2009, Dell is working on releasing its latest Studio 15 notebook known as the 1555, and this one will be powered by ATI’s Mobility Radeon HD 4570 dedicated GPU. Other features found on the Dell 1555 will include a subwoofer, although further details are...

Qualcomm Snapdragon MID (Reference Design)

02/18/2009, [Mobile World Congress] This Mobile Internet Device (MID) reference design from Qualcomm is yet another sign that mobile and laptops are getting closer together. As Qualcomm would put it, this is a phone in a super-slim laptop body. In short, you get...

Intel Tries to Prevent NVIDIA from Building Core i7 Chipsets

02/18/2009, Intel has just filed a lawsuit against NVIDIA, claiming that the front side bus license that NVIDIA is using to build Intel-compatible chipset for pre-Core i7 CPUs is not valid on Core i7 and future CPUs. NVIDIA Just responded: NVIDIA believes that our...

iBlock Memory Stick

02/18/2009, This is not so much a memory stick per se, but a memory block – hence the iBlock name that takes a page out of Apple’s playbook. While individual pieces are able to store 2GB worth of data, you can always lump them together in a stack for easy...

Option Brings 3G Worldwide With GlobeSurfer X.1

02/18/2009, Option’s GlobeSurfer X.1 allows you to bring your 3G connection with you wherever you go, including sharing it with others if you’re feeling particularly generous on that day over Wi-Fi. The GlobeSurfer X.1 is able to turn any connected USB...

Western Digital My Book World Edition NAS Server

02/18/2009, Western Digital has rolled out their latest My Book World Edition NAS server, a plug-and-play network storage solution that will be most welcome by novice home users. This updated version boasts easy installation as well as automatic continuous backup,...