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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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Samsung Q70 unveiled

06/21/2007, Samsung has taken the SEK 2007 event as the platform to launch its Q70 notebook. This diminutively sized piece of portable computing measures a mere 13.3″ and weighs 2.03kg, while running on an Intel Santa Rosa platform. There is an aluminum palm...

ColorEdge 24 inch LCD monitor

06/15/2007, ColorEdge has just unveiled its latest 24.1″ LCD monitor known as the CG241W. This LCD monitor displays images in a widescreen format at 1,920 x 1,200 resolution boasting a viewing angle of 178 degrees. Other features of the CG241W includes a...

ASUS N13i gets all tough

06/13/2007, Asus isn’t content with just releasing notebooks, the company is looking to expand its portfolio by releasing rugged versions before the year is over. Take the N13i for example – this hardy piece of technology meets the US military’s...

MacTruck holds its own against trucks

06/13/2007, If you’re an owner of butterfingers like me, getting the MacTruck notebook case is certainly not an option since it’s aluminum alloy case will be able to protect your MacBook or PowerBook against major knocks. A couple of steel latch bars hold...

Moneual 101 desktop chassis series

06/11/2007, While the majority of computer cases in the past come in boring, old boxes, folks these days are looking toward a more aesthetically pleasing design that will blend in with their living rooms. Moneual has unveiled the 101 desktop series that comes in a...

HP Slimline s3000y is diminutive

06/11/2007, While the Mac Mini pioneered the small, affordable desktop computer segment, HP has taken this market niche further with its Slimline s3000y. It is not as small as Apple’s offering, but it comes in a glossy black exterior that is easy on the eye....

Marubeni Infotec wooden keyboard

06/11/2007, A wooden keyboard? Sounds like something Gepetto would have made for Pinocchio. Anyways, such an input peripheral actually exists courtesy of Marubeni Infotec. This wooden keyboard comes with less than a hundred keys – 89 to be exact. It hooks up to...

Mobile on Desktop chassis

06/08/2007, Ever heard of the Mobile on Desktop MoDT) chassis? I haven’t either until today (looks like I have filled the quota for learning something new every day), stumbling across a story about the ML02 from SilverStone. What you get is a sleek looking...

Q2 Designs unveil trio of laptops

06/08/2007, Q2 Designs has recently lifted the curtain on three custom laptops that will be able to come painted in a color of your choice, including lipstick pink, lavender, and rose pink. The smallest size stands at 12″, while the largest screen size is...

Acme notebook comes with 3 screens

06/07/2007, Having a multi-display workspace will definitely improve productivity, as you get to see more at a glance and won’t have to minimize so many windows at once. Acme has dropped the ‘Portable Industrial PC’ that has the ability to hook up...

Dual-Access Computer Case

06/07/2007, Ever gone traveling with your notebook packed neatly into your suitcase, only to realize what a mistake that was as you’re bored out of your mind while sitting next to a snoring, fat man? The Dual-Access Computer Case comes in handy in situations...

Pinnacle PCTV HD Pro Stick dumbed down

06/07/2007, Pinnacle has dumbed down the PCTV HD Pro Stick by removing a couple of features, resulting in the PCTV HD Stick (no longer a Pro) and a lower price point of $99.99. Features lost include a mini remote control and the ability to record from sources such as...

Hello Kitty notebook available

06/06/2007, For the love of all things good on this earth, will somebody send a memo to Sanrio Corporation in Japan that there is more than enough Hello Kitty products in circulation already? Apparently they haven’t gotten the message, with this pink colored,...

Dell Latitude D420 sports SSD

06/06/2007, Dell will be throwing in a 32GB solid state drive (SSD) into the new Latitude D420 laptop in favor of the traditional hard drive. While 32GB is very small in comparison to today’s laptop hard drives, the fact that it makes no noise and has no moving...