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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...

Sony to enter ultra-low-cost laptop market

07/22/2008, Not actual photo It might be the “race to the bottom” that Sony had feared: the netbook market is getting hot (if that wasn’t obvious), and with major players like Dell & HP jumping in, Sony has little choice but join the fight....

PS2 Memory Card Turned into Flash Drive

07/21/2008, So your PS2’s all but relegated to the attic since you’re tired of rocking to last-generation consoles. What about the numerous PS2 accessories and peripherals you have collected over the years? Surely the vast numbers of memory cards can be...

Fujitsu AMILO Pi 3540 Gets Centrino 2

07/21/2008, Fujitsu’s new AMILO Pi 3540 notebook is certainly no slacker when it comes to processing power as it is based on the new Intel Centrino 2 platform, offering up to 4GB of RAM. Tests run which touches on high definition content processing have shown...

Shuttle SX48P2 Deluxe PC Case

07/21/2008, Shuttle concentrates on Intel-based systems this time round with its SX48P2 Deluxe chassis which was specially built for gamers. It also holds the distinction of being the first chassis from Shuttle that is able to support DDR3 memory. This bodes well for...

AMD Bobcat Atom-rival to be revealed in November

07/21/2008, Some details about AMD’s Bobcat have already leaked. It’s a rival to Intel very successful Atom processor. AMD has confirmed that it will reveal its ultra-mobile processor in November and note that “reveal” might not mean...

Alibaba NPX-9000 Computer

07/21/2008, The Alibaba NPX-9000 computer wants to be the cheapest laptop in the world, and it really is hard to argue against that claim with a $130 price tag. Of course, the only catch is you will need to find another 49 friends who want one of these since a...

CherryPal Offers Low Power Cloud Computing

07/20/2008, CherryPal relies on cloud-based computing minus subscription costs, and won’t be a boon to your monthly power bill as it draws a mere two watts of power. There are no moving parts within, and it uses hardware encrpytion when linking up to the cloud...

OCZ Core SSD vs WD VelociRaptor

07/20/2008, Some guys over at Hot Hardware pitted an OCZ Core Sries SATA II64GB SSD with a WD VelociRaptor with pretty impressive results. The OCZ average read speed is over 140MB/s and write speed at 87MB/s while the VelociRaptor topped out at 136MB/s for read and...

Hidden Keylogger Found in Laptop

07/18/2008, A dude decided to check his laptop’s innards during a repair session and discovered a hidden keylogger within. Read all about his experience in the excerpt below. What could this mean? I called Dell tech support about it, and they said, and I quote,...

Ridata challenges OCZ with new line of SSD

07/18/2008, Ridata (part of the Ritek, group which owns Traxdata) has announced its Ultra S-Plus series of 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB SSDs which will retail for $169.90, $294.90 and $537.90 each. This was done in a bid to compete with OCZ’s core series which halved...