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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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Clear Classic USB Joystick Lets You Play Atari Games

01/29/2010, If you’re looking for a way to get your retro gaming fix, you might want to check out the Clear Classic USB Joystick which features a Stella Atari 2600 emulator with 80 games built-in. The funny part about this joystick is, if you think that your...

Keyboard illumination mod for netbooks

01/29/2010, If there’s one feature that netbooks truly lack against regular (select) notebooks, it would be the backlit keyboard. This nifty addition to notebooks is one of those things in life that make you wonder, “How did I live my life without backlit...

Dell Adamo 13 Now Going For $999

01/28/2010, Looking for a new laptop? While the super slim Dell Adamo might have been way out of your budget for a long time, with the latest price drop, you might be able to pick it up. We’re talking $999 for the Adamo Admire, which sports a 1.4GHz Core 2 Duo...


EVGA W555 motherboard holds up to 7 GPUs

01/28/2010, EVGA’s W555 motherboard ought to get you all excited, as it comes with a couple of LGA1366 processor sockets, a dozen (!) DDR3 DIMM slots as well as a crazy seven PCI expansion card slots. Current video cards can’t run 7 of them in tandem with...

AirMouse worn like a glove

01/28/2010, If Michael Jackson was still moonwalking on this earth, the AirMouse is one “glove” he wouldn’t touch with a 10-foot pole – it doesn’t cover his naked hand completely, which means there isn’t any space to sprinkle those...

InvenSense MPU-3000 motion processing unit

01/28/2010, Hmmm, chipsets are getting more and more complicated by the day, and InvenSense’s offering is no different with their MPU-3000 that is touted to be the first motion processing unit in the world. It comes with an integrated digital 3-axis gyro as...

Matrox DualHead2Go and TripleHead2Go Graphics eXpansion Module

01/28/2010, Everyone loves bigger viewing real estate, if not monitors would not grow in size over the years (while getting slimmer, which is a good thing). After a while though, a compromise must be met, and this is where multiple monitors come in. Matrix does what...

Dell Mini 5 prototype gets a sneak peek

01/28/2010, PC Online managed to spend some time with a black Dell Streak/Mini 5 prototype, also known as Model M01M which can be spotted under the battery cover. In terms of specifications, the Mini 5 prototype is endowed with a 5″ touchscreen display at 800 x...

Novac external hard drive connector

01/28/2010, Are you a paranoid android who needs to make constant backups for your backups? Novac has something that might suit you then – a new external hard drive connection which basically allows you to clone any 2.5″ and 3.5″ SATA hard drive or...

SoundGraph FingerVU USB sub-monitors

01/28/2010, SoundGraph has rolled out a couple of devices that it dubs FingerVU, where they will function as USB sub-monitors, coming in 4.3″ and 7″ screen sizes. While the majority of the other secondary monitors in the market require the standard mouse...

HP Mini 5102 at $399

01/28/2010, We were wondering when the HP Mini 5102 at a much more pocket-friendly price would be announced when covering the $749 business model, and here it is – the $399 variant that offers a whole lot of value for that amount of cash. How does an Intel Atom...

First iPad Review, I played with it on 1/27

01/27/2010, Update 4/5/2010: we had much more time to write an in-depth review if the iPad. It supersedes this one and can be found here: iPad Review. Shortly after the Apple Launch in San Francisco, we had the opportunity to play with an iPad for long enough to have...

Apple iPad announced

01/27/2010, It is true after all – Apple (the largest mobile devices company in the world at a value of over $50 billion, which is more than Nokia in terms of revenue) has finally announced the second coming of gadgetopia in the form of the iPad. As expected,...

Bandai Japan launches GNO3 Gundam USB flash drive

01/27/2010, Bandai Japan has rolled out the GNO3 Gundam USB flash drive which will come in a various capacities, presumably 1GB, 2GB and 4GB. It will also come pre-loaded with the GN03 game, allowing you to have some downtime from your work at the office to release...