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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 Ultra-Thin Laptops with Ultra-low Power CPUs and Windows 7

09/29/2009, The battle of the ultra-thin laptops is raging for Christmas 2009, thanks to Intel Ultra-low power CPUs. Today, Toshiba launched its T100 series with Windows 7, respectively the 13.3-inch T135 with either Intel Pentium Dual Core SU4100 (1.3GHz, 800...

Panasonic Lets Note parade

09/29/2009, Panasonic has rolled out half a dozen Let’s Note notebooks in the form of the F8, R8, W8, T8, S8 and N8. The first four are more or less the same as before, although they will now come with Windows 7 (when the operating system is available, of...

Freecom USB 3.0 hard drive

09/29/2009, USB 3.0 is not a standard that everyone is used to just yet as it is still in its infancy, but that doesn’t mean companies like Freecom will sit back and let the opportunity to make money pass them by. No sir, Freecom has just revealed its USB 3.0...

ATI 5870 X2 leaked

09/29/2009, AMD’s ATI 5870 X2 video card has leaked out recently, where this dual-GPU behemoth will take up the space of two PCI-E slots while sipping juice from a secondary power source, measuring a good foot long thereabouts. It would be interesting to see...

HTC Hero clone

09/28/2009, Here’s a HTC Hero clone that needless to say, does not come with the Android operating system although it will feature dual SIM card slots, a 1.3-megapixel camera, analog TV support, an integrated FM radio, Wi-fi connectivity and support for a wide...

Google Hot Trends

09/28/2009, Twitter might just find themselves squirming as Google’s Hot Trends will allow folks to see the hottest news and keywords around, placing those results where more people will see it – that is, within Google’s regular search results....

Airis Praxis Slim Air

09/28/2009, Looks like the Airis Praxis Slim Air has gone to the fat house lately, where it comes in an extremely slim form factor while carrying netbook level specifications within, including a 12″ display at 1,366 x 768 resolution, 1GB RAM, a 160GB hard drive...

Asus Eee PC 1201HA

09/28/2009, Asus has made it known that they will be offering a new 12″ netbook to the market – the Eee PC 1201HA. Although still not official, the Eee PC 1201HA has already shown up on their support site where it will run on the Intel US15W chipset,...

Verizon Gateway LT2016U netbook bundle

09/28/2009, Verizon looks set on releasing the Gateway LT2016U netbook bundle later this year, where you will have to fork out $149.99 for this after a mail-in rebate of $100, tying yourself down to a 2-year contract at the same time. What makes the Gateway LT2016U...

Lego Star Wars USB memory sticks

09/28/2009, You can’t really go wrong with Lego, and the same can be said for Star Wars, hence resulting in the birth of the Lego Star Wars USB memory sticks in our galaxy. This is made possible thanks to an avid fan of both genres, putting his creative juices...

ACME Comrade rugged portable computer

09/28/2009, ACME Portable Machines has unveiled a new Comrade portable computer that comes in a rugged, robust lunchbox form factor that has enough processing power to handle just about anything thrown at it whether you’re in the lab or on the road. Features...

Coby unveils new netbook models

09/28/2009, Coby has let loose images of 10″ and 12″ netbooks in various pre-order pages for a number of online stores, alongside an 8.9″ model to keep its bigger brethren company. This 8.9″ model will retail for $282.43, and if you have a...

Rumor of plastic MacBooks

09/28/2009, Looks like Apple is set to retain their entry-level polycarbonate MacBook line, albeit iwth a redesign that might debut at the same time as a new range of iMacs in the coming weeks. The good news is this – rumor has it that these revamped MacBooks...

Microsoft Multitouch Keyboard

09/27/2009, It seems that Microsoft has filed a patent for a very interesting touchscreen keyboard design. One of the common problems of touchscreen keyboards is that users can’t really “feel” where the keyboard is, so they resort to having to look...