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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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Longsoon netbook to run on Chrome OS

10/02/2009, Strange as it may sound, it seems that the Longsoon netbook could very well be the first netbook on the market that will be powered by the long-awaited Google Chrome operating system. While Longsoon 2F processor was originally built to function with...

PC Drawer and Locking Safe

10/02/2009, Do you happen to own a tower PC chassis that you’re still using, but have way too many empty 5.25″ bays available? Well, the PC Drawer and Locking Safe is a pretty novel idea to make use of that space, but we wouldn’t recommend keeping...

Buffalo DriveStation HD-HXU3

10/02/2009, Following the footsteps of the Freecom USB 3.0 hard drive, along comes the Buffalo DriveStation HD-HXU3 which will also conform to the USB 3.0 standard, where it is able to hit a maximum speed of 125MB/s where data transfer is concerned, making it up to...

Dell future proofs with Vostro 430

10/02/2009, Dell aims to future proof their releases, with the Vostro 430 taking the lead this time round. This mini tower desktop is no slouch when it comes to performance, running on the new Microsoft Windows 7 operating system while being powered by the latest...

Asus Eee Box EB1501

10/02/2009, Asus’ latest Eee Box EB1501 has just been announced, joining a host of other Eee Boxes that was recently unveiled. Just before you dismiss this as another same-old, same-old nettop with more or less similar specifications, hold those thoughts. Asus...

Rogers Rocket Hub is HSPA+ capable

10/02/2009, The Rocket Hub from Rogers is HSPA+ capable, and while it might seem more suitable for home use, it will be highly portable in nature (just look at it – small enough to stuff into your briefcase on your travels) and would make for a suitable...

Airis Kira 700 netbook

10/01/2009, The Airis Kira 700 netbook has arrived in Spain, where it will retail for 299 Euros without a copy of Windows XP, although you can always opt for that operating system if you want to – albeit by forking out more money, of course. This 10.2″...

Webbook comes with optical disc drive

09/30/2009, Most netbooks that we know of lack an optical disc drive for obvious reasons, but the Webbook will come with a built-in CD/DVD drive – trust the folks in China to come up with something like this. Tucked nicely in no man’s land, the Webbook...

VAIC TT is VAIO clone

09/30/2009, It goes without saying if you happen to pick up a notebook known as the VAIC TT, this is most definitely a Sony VAIO clone. Still, if you want to fool the less informed among your peers, the VAIC TT will be powered by an Intel Aton N270 1.6GHz processor,...

FCC approves HP ENVY notebooks

09/30/2009, The FCC has just given their nod of approval to the new HP ENVY line of notebooks, where it does bear a striking resemblance to Apple’s top-of-the-line MacBook Pro notebook. The 13″ model will come with the latest Intel Core i7 processor,...

DoubleSight Displays Smart USB Monitor

09/30/2009, DoubleSight Displays has just announced the availability of its latest Smart USB Monitors, where they are the best way to expand your viewing area on a working desk despite taking up a relatively small footprint. Some key features of the Smart USB Monitor...

Eee PC 1001HA might not make it Stateside

09/29/2009, While the new Asus Eee PC 1001HA is now official, it doesn’t look as though it will be heading Stateside since it is more or less a minor variation of the popular Eee PC 1005HA. After all, the user manual does feature the words “Eee PC User...

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...