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Defective Nvidia GPUs in Dell Laptops

07/28/2008, You might have heard about it before, but NVIDIA has had some problem with defective chips recently and at Dell, up to ten different models carry potentially defective Nvidia GPUs. Previously, HP laptops were also reportedly using these chips as...

MIT Graduates Build 16-GPU Monster

07/28/2008, Here’s something for people who complain that their computer can’t run Crysis well enough. MIT graduates Nicolas Pinto, David Cox and James DiCarlo recently assembled a crazy computer with 8 units of nVidia’s 9800GX2 graphic card (for a...

Asus Xonar D1 7.1 PCI Soundcard

07/28/2008, Asus has released a new soundcard – the Xonar D1 7.1. This PCI soundcard will update the previous Xonar DX with (a claimed) 35 times cleaner audio quality compared to other motherboard audio, hitting signal to noise ratio of 116dB. Other features...

ECS GeForce 9800 GTX+ Hydra Pack

07/27/2008, The combination of two 9800GTX+-512MX-W graphics cards with a ECS Hydra Cooling System released by Elitegroup Computer Systems is what makes the ECS GeForce 9800 GTX + Hydra Pack. It is a new high end Nvidia-based graphics gamer pack that supports both...

Philips Bluetooth Webcam Concept

07/27/2008, Flynn Product Design has come up with a stunning take on a futuristic, alien-like Bluetooth webcam concept that offers unpredecented flexibility where camera angles are concerned. This concept webcam comes with a ball and socket joint, connecting both...

Brando USB Super 16-port Hub

07/24/2008, Brando’s new product, the USB Super 16-port Hub is pretty useful for those who run out of space with a seven port USB hub. Besides that, there are two USB type B connectors to connect between two computers though only one USB A/B cable is provided....

Toshiba Netbook Prototype

07/24/2008, Toshiba’s range of notebooks are often on the high end scale of things, although they have tried to cater for the mid-range market at the present moment with a lesser pedigree range of notebooks. It is interesting to see the Japanese company pay a...

E-Ball PC Concept

07/24/2008, Now this is certainly one of the stranger concept PCs I have come across – the E-Ball courtesy of designer Apostol Tnokovski. He not only makes this 6″ round PC one of the smallest in the world (by desktop standards anyways), but it also packs...

Ripple Mac Mini Clone

07/23/2008, Ripple, a Korean OEM manufacturer has released an updated version of its Mac Mini clone that features Intel’s new Atom 1.6GHz processor along with a mini-ITX form factor. Other features include :- 45nm i945GC-Northbridge chipset ICH7 Southbridge...

Intel re-enters System-on-Chip market with its X86 architecture

07/23/2008, Intel has just announced a System on Chip (SoC) product named EP80579. The basic idea of a SoC is to integrate as many components of a computer as possible in a chip. That allows to reduce the size, cost and power consumption… Right now, these...

Acrylic Cowboy Computer Case

07/23/2008, Digital Cowboy from Japan has unleashed its Acrylic Cowboy computer case range that does away with exterior case walls, which is a two-edged sword IMHO. It leaves your computer innards open to all sorts of mishaps (and a whole lot of dust attack) but will...

Minicute NANO Mouse

07/23/2008, Vantech has a brand new wireless mouse to keep the kid in you smiling, but it won’t do much for your street cred since it comes in the form of a plastic toy car. Known as the Minicute NANO, it will come in various designs, featuring a pretty high...

Apple MacBook Touch Rumor

07/22/2008, With the iPhone’s phenomenal success and its 3G model creating waves, rumors of a MacBook Touch is bound to happen. After all, since the iPod line from Apple has also received the touch treatment, why not the MacBook? Word has it that such a device...