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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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Packard Bell iMax Mini

05/28/2009, Packard Bell will be rolling out the iMax mini that will be powered by a potent combo of the Intel Atom N230 processor and the NVIDIA ION platform that ought to get your portable graphics worries sorted out. In addition, you will also benefit from 2GB...

HP Virtual Tech Museum Contest

05/27/2009, Today, HP launched its Virtual Tech Museum and hope to build an extensive virtual vintage gadget collection with the help of all nostalgic geeks who did not get rid of their grand mother’s computers and communication devices. To accelerate the...

Flexible Snake Scope USB Camera

05/27/2009, Can’t figure out where your coins went under the sofa? What about stuff behind the cabinet that has been accumulated over the years? The Flexible Snake Scope USB camera comes in handy here, as it features dual white LEDs with adjustable brightness...

Mac Clone Maker Psystar Goes Bankrupt

05/26/2009, Psystar, a company that was selling Mac OS compatible computers has filed for bankruptcy protection in California. Psystar says that financial woes pushed it to file for chapter 11. Some believe that its financial backers do not believe that Psystar can...

Roxio Easy VHS To DVD For Mac

05/26/2009, How many of you out there still have VHS tapes in your collection? For those who answered in the affirmative, isn’t it time you kept up with the times by transferring all those analog content onto the DVD format? That’s what the Roxio Easy VHS...

iTab MacBook Project

05/26/2009, Touchscreen MacBook projects won’t surprise anyone these days, so it is time to raise the ante with the iTab active-digitizer MacBook which requires you to meld both a Wacom Intuos tablet and a first generation MacBook that plods along at 1.83GHz....

NEC VersaPro UltraLite Type VS Is Lightest In The World

05/26/2009, At least that’s what NEC claims, with the VersaPro UltraLite Type VS tipping the scales at a mere 725 grams, making it 100 grams lighter than previous models. The innards are stored within a high strength and lightweight magnesium die-cast chassis,...

Cereal And Spoon USB Flash Drive

05/26/2009, We’ve covered gimmicky USB flash drives in the past (with the sushi ones being the most popular), so why not introduce something with a little more Western in terms of taste and design? Enter the Cereal and Spoon USB flash drive that plugs nicely...

Lenovo C300 All-In-One Desktop

05/26/2009, Lenovo engineers must have tried to think of another way to build a netbook when one of them came up with the idea of cramming the innards of a netbook into an all-in-one desktop. The C300 all-in-one desktop joins the ranks of Asus, Acer, MSI and Shuttle,...

Asus Eee PC 1000HV Heads For The City Of Seven Hills

05/26/2009, Asus certainly isn’t going to retire the Eee PC brand anytime soon, with their latest iteration, the Eee PC 1000HV hitting Italy via the online store known as Computer Discount. What does the Eee PC 1000HV have which is different compared to its...

Lenovo IdeaPad U350

05/25/2009, Lenovo’s latest IdeaPad, the U350 might not be the most powerful in its class like the IdeaPad S12, but it does offer an extremely svelte form factor that will have you wipe drool off the floor (for some, anyways). This sub-1″ thin 13.3″...

Lenovo’s IdeaPad S12: The Most Powerful Netbook In Its Class

05/25/2009, The super-cute Lenovo IdeaPad S12 just earned the title of most powerful 12″ Netbook (told you it was coming). Thanks to its NVIDIA Ion chipset, the IdeaPad S12 can play 1080p HD content at full speed on its 12″ display or an HDTV (via...

Windows 7 Maximum Specs For Netbooks

05/22/2009, Windows 7 Starter/Home Basic Edition for netbooks will have a lower price tag, but will come with serious limitations for PC makers. Basically, the lower price would apply only to netbooks with displays 10.2″ (and smaller), 250GB mechanical drives...