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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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Alienware jumps on the 4870 X2 wagon

08/12/2008, This has been in the works for weeks: Alienware has just announced that customers can now opt for the AMD 4870 X2 graphics card in Alienware’s Area-51, Area-51 ALX and Aurora desktop PCs. If you missed it, AMD just claimed the graphics...

Asterisk USB Hub

08/12/2008, Just when you thought that you’ve seen virtually all USB hubs, along comes the Asterisk from designer Joel Escalona. Also known as the “Asterico Hub”, this offers one male and four female USB connections, ensuring you won’t run...

USB Missile Launcher Auto Aims

08/12/2008, The USB Missile Launcher has been hacked to look for infrared targets, releasing its deadly array of foam weaponry at the said targets. Too bad it isn’t capable of doing the same to pesky colleagues as well as irritating kids who tend to make as...

Hello Kitty USB Flash Drive

08/12/2008, Verbatim has teamed up with the most evil, attention-starved cat of all – Hello Kitty. She practically wants her cute mug plastered all over the place, and this time round, she comes in the form of a USB flash drive. You will be able to exchange...

Everun Note Netbook

08/12/2008, Raon Digital’s Everun Note netbook is potentially the first netbook in the world that is powered by the AMD Turion dual-core processor solution, arriving in Korea first. It weighs a featherlight 742 grams, although I don’t think the 7″...

PhotoFast CR-9000 Stores Everything

08/11/2008, Nearly everything anyways, as long as you are able to stick within the current maximum capacity of 192GB thanks to stuffing half a dozen 32GB SDHC memory cards inside. The PhotoFast CR-9000 measures 9.5mm tall and comes with a 3Gbps SATA adapter,...

Lego PC Case

08/10/2008, Here’s a PC case for all you Lego lovers – it is made completely out of black Lego bricks. Initially planned on the PC through a simple CAD program, Luke Andersen subsequently purchased 1,238 pieces of Lego for $140 to construct his passionate...

Olympic-themed USB Flash Drive

08/10/2008, It goes without saying, with Lenovo being one of the main sponsors of the Olympics, have decided to recoup some of their investment in the $300 million plus opening ceremony by unveiling a range of USB flash drives for folks to pick up as mementos. First...

Meazura MEZ1500 Rugged Handheld PC

08/07/2008, Aceeca International from New Zealand has a brand new rugged handheld computer known as the Meazura MEZ1500. It will feature a seven-button keypad with a similar design to its predecessor, the MEZ1000. Features include :- Marvell PXA270 processor 64MB...

Asus Eee PC 900A

08/07/2008, OK, I officially give up on the Asus Eee PC. There seems to be so many variants lying around, that you would need a whole wiki to find out the intricate difference between all of them. There is a new variant in town – the Asus Eee PC 900A that will...

Barbecue Computer

08/07/2008, While it probably isn’t a technological breakthrough, it sure is interesting. It seems this user has converted his barbecue set into a computer casing. At a quick glance, it might even look like the barbecue is still running with red hot coals...

3.5-inch HDD Enclosure with LCD Display

08/07/2008, Brando already has a pretty sizeable collection of HDD enclosures for you to purchase, but there is no harm in offering yet another choice. This time round we have the 3.5″ HDD enclosure with an LCD display, allowing you to monitor the finer details...

Logitech diNovo Edge for Mac Users

08/06/2008, Logitech has not forgotten about Mac users as the Swiss peripheral company has just released its diNovo Edge for Macs, although this comes nearly a couple of years after the PC version of the diNovo Edge was unveiled. It will sex up your workspace by...