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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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Toshiba New Satellite Laptop Lineup

06/23/2009, Toshiba is updating its line of Satellite laptops (U, M, P and L series) with some design additions. One of the key feature that we love is the flat backlit keyboard as a default feature on all models except the entry level L-series. We have been asking...

Macbook Pro 2009 SATA Fixed – Back To 3.0Gbps

06/22/2009, If you have been worried by the reports saying that the Macbook Pro 2009 hard disk performance was capped to 1.5Gbps, we have some good news for you: a fix has been issued! Just as we thought, this was a software issue and a fix in the EFI Firmware...

Belkin Gigabit Powerline HD Starter Kit

06/22/2009, The current fastest Powerline technology solutions are limited to 200 mpbs and Belkin is setting the bar high today with the introduction of its new Gigabit Powerline HD Starter Kit that runs at 1000 mbps. This is ideal to create an ultrafast local...

HP Announces World’s First Web Printer

06/22/2009, HP Just announced the HP Photosmart Premium with Touchsmart Web, a web-connected (via WIFI) printer that has a 4″ widescreen display on the front. The printer will come preloaded with links to web services like Snapfish, Fandango or Google. There...

Phantom Keystroker V2 Is Not Really Discreet

06/22/2009,   The Phantom Keystroker is the ideal instrument for practical jokes, possibly at the office. Once attached to a USB port, the Keystroker will send random mouse and keyboard commands (like CAPS and more…) and random text. It is somewhat...

LG Licenses ARM CPU and GPU Design for Upcoming Televisions

06/22/2009, ARM has announced that it will license its ARM11 MPCore and Arm Mali GPU designs to LG, apparently to improve not only digital TVs’ user interface but also to provide a “full” web 2.0 browsing experience (that means Flash support). The...

Corel Home Office for Netbooks

06/19/2009, Netbooks finally have a specific software suite for them in the form of the Corel Home Office, where this bunch of productivity programs will come loaded on a USB flash drive instead of a DVD, which goes down nicely with most netbooks since they tend to...

Huawei E583X USB Modem

06/19/2009, Huawei’s E583X USB modem offers something different as it is capable of sending out a Wi-Fi signal you’re connected to from your notebook wirelessly, essentially allowing you to leave the device out of sight without having to leave something...

Thermaltake Element G Case

06/19/2009, Thermaltake doesn’t only make computer cooling solutions, but they also offer chassis such as the Element G case that targets gamers, bringing a dramatic look thanks to its built in lighting effects. The Thermaltake Element G will boast a trio of...

Sony Vaio NW Notebook

06/19/2009, Sony’s latest Vaio NW notebook will offer something most other notebooks don’t – a Blu-ray drive that makes for a perfect traveling entertainment companion. Just make sure you’re within reach of a power outlet if you want to best...

Acer Eco-Friendly LCD Monitors

06/19/2009, Acer has just unveiled a couple of eco-friendly LCD monitors in Japan that are said to reduce power consumption by up to 36% compared to its predecessors. Either its predecessors guzzle a whole lot of juice or the engineers at Acer have done a bang up job...

Transcend StoreJet 18M Portable Hard Drive

06/18/2009, Transcend has released its StoreJet 18M portable hard drive which not only offer industry-leading shockproof features but it looks good while at it. This doesn’t mean you ought to go abuse the device as you like just to get your money’s worth,...

Dell Mini 9 Gets Fingerprint Scanner

06/18/2009, How many of you out there make sure you can access your private documents only when your identity has been confirmed by a fingerprint scanner on the notebook? For folks who’ve always wanted to do that but can’t due to hardware limitations on...

Bluedot BSP-S20K Flat Speaker

06/18/2009, Bluedot has just released its BSP-S20K flat speaker that measures a mere 19mm in thicknes. While it is unable to bring the house down with its 2W x 2ch specifications, it ought to be more than enough for personal use whenever you’re sitting in front...