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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,...

I-O Data BDVRP-UH4 External Blu-ray Player

02/18/2009, I-O Data of Japan has just announced its new BDVRP-UH4 external Blu-ray player that is super slim – how does 21mm sound to you? It will be available in Japan only at this point in time, retailing for €235, although we’re pretty sure one...

E-blue Troza 2.4GHz Wireless Laser Mouse

02/18/2009, Want to take a look at something alternative instead of branded mice for your notebook/netbook? How about giving gadget mavens Brando a go with their new E-blue Troza 2.4GHz Wireless Laser Mouse? This lightweight and small optical mouse tips the scales at...

Sakar Comes Up With Netbooks For Kids

02/18/2009, Sakar at Toy Fair 2009 has released a netbook for kids, featuring a 10″ display and a chassis that will appeal to kids thanks to the choice of colors – hot pink, purple, red and silver. The three-cell battery is pretty standard and keeps in...

Secondary PC Display Using Tablet PC

02/18/2009, Check out Internet Table Talk that has put up a guide on on using your existing tablet PC to double up as a secondary PC display. This guide has been confirmed to work with Windows 2000 and XP, although it remains to be seen whether it will play nice with...

Asus Eee PCs Get Windows 7

02/17/2009, [Mobile World Congress] Asus will be rolling out 3.5G-equipped Eee PCs that have Windows 7 as the operating system of choice, offering users the first 3.5G netbooks in the world that will feature Microsoft’s latest operating system. Asus will enlist...

Samsung SWD-M100 MID Hands-On (WiMax)

02/17/2009, Now, there’s a MID (mobile internet device) that we could use to blog on the go. The Samsung SWD-M100D is a WiMax + WiFi device that has both a touch display and a sliding QWERTY keyboard. The most important feature (for live blogging) is the 3...

Texas Instruments Shows Android Prototype

02/17/2009, This Android prototype was on display at the Texas Instrument booth. It might be new or not – the point is that we had not seen it before. What TI was touting is a “no compromise web browsing” (well, isn’t that better for a...

Intel Mid-Bar @ WMC

02/17/2009, [Mobile World Congress] Walking around Mobile World Congress (WMC) is not as grueling as walking at CES, but still, if you can find a place where it’s possible to see a bunch of stuff from different brands in a 30 meters radius, go for it! We...

Shuttle SDXi Carbon Chassis

02/17/2009, Shuttle is no stranger when it comes to functional computer chassis, and their latest release is the custom liquid-cooled SDXi Carbon extreme gaming solution. You won’t need this if all you do is surf the Internet for the latest football scores and...

Android Netbook From Freescale Semiconductor

02/17/2009, Freescale Semiconductor has just released word on their line up for this year – they will be releasing an Android-powered netbook sometime in the second quarter of this year and will retail for approximately $100 – that’s roughly 50%...

Close-Up View of NVIDIA’s Tegra @ WMC

02/16/2009, [Mobile World Congress] NVIDIA was showing the first devices using its APX processor announced last year at MWC: the Yulong N8 and the IAC S2. They look like “normal” smartphones except that they are graphically incredibly powerful. They were...

Workhorse PC Joins The Netbook Bandwagon

02/16/2009, Workhorse PC is the latest company that will bring yet another netbook to the market – the Workhorse Certeza MC10. The name itself lends to an image of boring design, and this expectation does not disappoint with the following features :- Intel Atom...