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Lomak controls your PC

07/29/2007, How would you like to simplify the controls on your computer? The Lomak manages to do that, operating your computer through the use of a light pointer. One benefit would be accomodating those who have difficulty working with traditional input devices...

HP HDX Entertainment notebook

07/27/2007, Entertainment notebooks aren’t really meant to be used at home, but they work great if you’re trying to get a pseudo-home theater environmnet while on the road. HP has just unveiled the HDX Entertainment notebook that weighs a massive 15.5...

Saitek LCD gauges for flight sim buffs

07/27/2007, If you’re a huge fan of flight simulators, you’re in for a treat with this offering from Saitek. Featuring a set of LCD gauges, you will be able to check out information from these LCD screens thanks to special game drivers. Currently, Saitek...

Logitech Cordless Desktop Wave

07/26/2007, Logitech announces a new ergonomic keyboard, the Cordless Desktop Wave that uses the Comfort Wave Design, which lays out the keys in 3d dimensions. Previous ergonomic keyboards were curves in one axis, but Logitech had added a bump (visible on the photo)...

Everex Impact GC3502 green PC

07/18/2007, The Everex Impact GC3502 computer is meant to be easy on both the environment and your wallet, consuming a mere 20W of power at most thanks to the inclusion of a 1.5GHz VIA C7-D processor. Not only that, other specifications are pretty entry level...

Desknote Sens G25 from Samsung

07/17/2007, I’m not too sure why anyone would want to lug around a desktop replacement notebook for business purposes since a PowerPoint slide rarely requires such raw power, but that hasn’t stopped Samsung from unveiling the Desknote Sens G25 notebook....

TrekStor unveils 1TB DataStation

07/17/2007, TrekStor has just revealed its highest capacity hard drive, holding up to 1TB of data in a single location. The DataStation from TrekStor is compatible with Mac, Linux, and Windows systems, and adopts a 3.5″ external USB enclosure to keep all your...

Logitech launches MX Air Cordless Mouse

07/12/2007, The Logitech MX Air is designed for users who use their computers as a Media Center. I’m one of them and I know how frustrating it is when I (inevitably) have to use the mouse while I’m in the couch: get up, crouch in front of the TV table, do...

Yano Electric unveils new HDD case

07/12/2007, HDD cases are all alike, or are they? Yano Electric from Japan has just released its new external case which stores 3.5″ hard drives, and you can purchase these without a hard drive inside or choose from models containing 160GB all the way to 750GB...

Tin can of a PC case

07/11/2007, Custom PC cases are often intricate, but very few come with a design that defies convention and the Futuristic Computer Case falls into that category. Coming in the form of a circle, this bad-ass looking computer case is an amalgamation of steel meshes,...

Lenovo commemorative Olympic notebook

07/11/2007, Lenovo has just unveiled its new commemorative notebook in conjunction with the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. Sporting a glossy exterior (hello, fingerprints!), this notebook features a sacred-fire design on the front in a lovely shade of red and white....

Dell unveils Vostro line of computers

07/11/2007, Everyone is familiar with Dell’s line of Inspirons and Latitudes, but there is now a new name to contend with – Vostro. Desktops and notebooks that fall under the Vostro line target small and upcoming businesses which do not have an IT...

Samsung unveils SGH-L760 Blog phone

07/10/2007, Can blogging be characterized as a national past time? Probably not yet, but the number of bloggers will continue to grow steadily, and as most bloggers can attest to, they’re pretty up there when it comes to technology. Samsung will cater to this...

BenQ targets gamers with FP241VW

07/10/2007, Gamers have it good these days, with plenty of peripherals catering to their hobby. BenQ has just launched FP241VW which will take up the mantle of the FP241W. This new monitor boasts full HD support (1080p) and will adopt BenQ’s own Senseye...