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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 mini-SATA SSD

09/21/2009, Toshiba has released its latest SSD for netbooks that conform to the new mini-SATA standard, where the 32nm drives will come in 30GB and 62GB capacities. They’re first off the blocks, so it would be interesting to see the kind of response it gets...

Viliv X70EX MID now available in US

09/21/2009, Viliv has released its X70EX MID in the US, where it will come with a 7″ touchscreen display. Newegg currently sells a trio of X70EX models, ranging from the basic X70EX Express P that is powered by the Intel Atom Z515 1.2GHz processor and a 16GB...

Archos 5 Internet Tablet Review

09/21/2009, Archos 5 Internet Tablet Review - Archos has shocked gadget fans worldwide when it launched its android-powered Archos 5 Internet Tablet last week


Cardboard computer chassis

09/21/2009, You surely can’t get any greener than this – a PhD student from Texas came up with a cardboard computer chassis that could possibly enter production in order to reduce computer waste in the long run. Known as the Recompute case, student...

Asus SBC-04D1S-U Blu-ray drive

09/20/2009, Optical drives in notebooks tend to sip a whole lot of juice, which is why you might as well make do with an external model to use it whenever you need one. The Asus SBC-04D1S-U Blu-ray drive is one such drive, where it helps you create phenomenally large...

Google Docs Now On Public Search

09/20/2009, If you’ve used Google Docs before, you’ll certainly agree that it’s a very handy online application to have, especially if you’re collaboration with a few parties. Now it looks like Google is willing to take things a step further,...

DFI Boasts New Hybrid P45-ION-T2A2 Motherboard

09/19/2009, Now here’s a motherboard that you don’t see every day. The folks over at DFI probably decided that since a lot people own than one computer, they’d come up with a hybrid motherboard that can support two completely different...

Lacie Designer Portable DVD Burner

09/19/2009, It’s hard to ever get bored of stuff from LaCie. Sure the designs might not be the funkiest in town, but they’re simple and elegant, certainly something that a lot of folks appreciate. Following that trend is the latest portable DVD burner...

HP And Dell Order Wistron 3D Notebook

09/19/2009, Looks like we’ll be reporting on 3D notebooks a lot more in the near future, seeing that reports indicate that HP and Dell have placed orders for 3D notebooks from Wistron. This news comes after earlier reports that Acer has also placed orders for...

MSI N260GTX Batman: Arkham Asylum

09/19/2009, Batman fans that are looking forward to the Batman: Arkham Asylum game will certainly welcome MSI’s N260GTX-T2D896 Batman: Arkham Asylum Edition. The card features a Harley Quinn image on the card, and more importantly, the game itself. Sporting the...

Caszh netbook gets high resolution display

09/18/2009, First of all, how the heck is one supposed to pronounce “Caszh”? Well, it wouldn’t matter too much as Chinese PC builder Caszh won’t be bringing in their products officially Stateside anytime soon, but you can always check it out...

Yamaha Skype-certified USB speakerphones

09/18/2009, Yamaha has rolled out a couple of Skype-certified USB speakerphones for those who spend plenty of time on VoIP applications such as Skype to communicate with friends and family around the globe. The PSG-01S as seen is able to switch between an all-party...

R2-D2 USB humidifier

09/18/2009, Winter is about to rear its cold and dry head pretty soon for those living in the northern hemisphere, which means it is time to bust out those humidifiers so that you are properly hydrated on the outside. Why not do that by mixing it with your love for...

OCZ Z-Drive SSD unveiled

09/17/2009, OCZ’s latest PCI-Express Solid State Drive (SSD), the Z-Drive, was specially designed to perform for enterprise computing clients without missing a beat. It is bootable and removes the SATA bottleneck thanks to use of high-speed PCI-Express...