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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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Dell Studio Mike Ming Editions

08/19/2008, Dell Studio’s 15 and 17 laptops have been given the Mike Ming treatment, and among these new designs include “Red Swirl,” “Seaweed,” and “Sunburst,” to accompany the previously released “Bunch O...

Freecom Mobile Drive XXS

08/19/2008, Freecom’s Mobile Drive XXS says it all – this is touted to be the smallest and lightest 2.5″ USB drive that’s currently available to the masses. Inside you will find a slightly modified Samsung 2.5″ laptop hard drive, where...

Tom Bihn Checkpoint Flyer Laptop Briefcase

08/19/2008, The Tom Bihn Checkpoint Flyer Laptop Briefcase isn’t the first checkpoint-friendly laptop case that we’ve covered, and it certainly won’t be the last. As with its other brethren, this laptop briefcase allows you to speed up your check-in...

Archos 7 is an even larger Internet Tablet! (7-inches)

08/19/2008, Announced alongside the Archos 5, the Archos 7 is in the same class of devices, except that it boast an even larger display and storage (320GB max). The display resolution stays the same (800×480), that might be great for those who think that such a...

Archos 5 is an Internet Media Tablet

08/19/2008, Archos is entering the Mobile Internet Device (MID) market with the Archos 5. The company is best known for its portable media players (PMP), but it shows that it can adapt itself to changing consumer demands by providing a persistent internet...

Dell Inspiron 910 specification and release date leaked

08/18/2008, Gizmodo has published the complete specifications of the Dell Inspiron 910 (aka Mini Inspiron). This is allegedly an internal Dell documentation which shows that the computer can receive a 16GB SSD. It will be sold for $299. If you read this site...

Nervian CardReader Pro

08/18/2008, Nervian has announced its new CardReader Pro that is meant to be integrated with your Mac Pro and PowerMac G5 case without causing any disruption in the flow of design. It takes just three steps to install it, where you have a choice of slipping it under...

HP Elitebook 2530P Hands-On

08/18/2008, We got our hands on the HP 2530P long enough to tell you that it has been designed to be more durable than its predecessors (and most of the competition), thanks to HP’s scratch-resistant finish. The toughness doesn’t end at the surface:...

NES PC Mod

08/17/2008, What you see on the outside won’t betray the power that lies within this seemingly innocent NES console. Underneath the 8-bit exterior lies a fully working Windows PC complete with emulators that can run games from other non-Nintendo consoles. It is...

Eee PC 900A Battery Not Backwards Compatible

08/17/2008, Just when you thought that everything was fine and dandy with the Asus Eee PC 900A, things turn out otherwise. Granted, this is not too much of a huge problem, but you had best know that the Asus Eee PC 900A’s batteries won’t be able to fit in...

Seagate Hard Drive Leak

08/15/2008, Seagate has leaked out (on purpose or otherwise, it doesn’t matter) a new range of hard drives that will most probably replace the current FreeAgent Desktop model as well as the FreeAgent Go series. As you can see, these drives sure look their part...

Let Your Computer Toast Some Bread

08/14/2008, Always hungry at your PC, but too lazy to go to the kitchen? Well, the CrazyPC 5.25 Bay Toaster sure is crazy enough to work. It fits on a standard 5.25 drive bay, and comes with windows software for adjusting the heat and time (a Mac OS version is...