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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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Thermaltake DuOrb AX VGA Cooler

05/23/2008, Graphic cards have gotten more and more complex in recent years, and these tend to let out a whole lot of heat as well. Thermaltake has a solution to that problem with its DuOrb AX VGA cooler that brings a couple of 80mm fans to fight the heat, boasting a...

Steampunk USB Flash Drive

05/23/2008, Fancy bringing a piece of steampunk technology around with you? Well, this is now possible assuming you have the artistic ability to conjure something like what you see above. It really makes me wonder how we can settle for plain looking USB flash drives...

XYZ Computer Desk

05/23/2008, Now this is definitely the most stunning all-in-one computer I have ever laid my eyes upon, but unfortunately it is but a concept device at this point in time. The XYZ Computer Desk features a computer bundled into a piece of furniture which definitely...

Tiny 2.4GHz Wireless Mouse

05/22/2008, Brando has yet another device for those who are always on-the-go, and this time it is the Tiny 2.4GHz Wireless Mouse that fights for your attention. Possibly one of the smallest 2.4GHz wireless mice in the world, this nifty travel device tips the scales...

USB Warmer/Chiller 4-Port Hub

05/22/2008, Talk about a multi-purpose USB hub – this model not only offers you connectivity options for another four USB 2.0 devices, it also features a warmer/chiller plate that helps keep your favorite beverage hot/cold no matter what the temperature is like...

Logitech V450 Nano Cordless Laser Mouse

05/21/2008, Logitech has released its V450 Nano cordless laser mouse that is meant for notebook users, but then again I won’t stop you if you prefer something smaller on your desktop. Features include Logitech’s exclusive Plug-and-Forget Nano-receiver,...

Acer Aspire Predator Gaming PC

05/21/2008, Acer jumps into the hardcore gaming arena with its Aspire Predator gaming rig that features a mean looking design that will definitely invoke the feeling as though they were trying to emulate the Alienware brand, complete with the necessary curves and...

USB Wireless Weather Forecaster

05/21/2008, Forget about turning on the TV if you want to find out just what kind of weather you’ll be facing today – there is always the USB Wireless Weather Forecaster to let you know whether it is safe to leave the laundry out to dry or not. All you...

Coffee Table from Retro-Tech

05/21/2008, Retro-Tech has released the Coffee Table that adds a touch of tech glamor to your living room, boasting a touch screen display, a built-in Blu-ray drive, a HDTV connection, and the ability to navigate using a Microsoft wireless mouse and keyboard combo....

SanDisk Ultra II SDHC 4GB Review

05/21/2008, I know that the SanDisk Ultra II SDHC 4GB was released a couple of years ago, but that doesn’t mean one can’t pick if off the shelves still. Granted, many people have already moved on to 8GB, 16GB and even 32GB capacities, but if you’re...

DIY Driverless Sound Card

05/19/2008, All sound cards require some sort of drivers to function, right? Wrong! You can actually build your own sound card from scratch, although it won’t on par (far from it) compared to those magical Sound Blasters. At its heart remains a 16-bit Stereo...

Sprint caps Unlimited Data Usage

05/19/2008, Strange how an unlimited data package can still have a maximum limit, and this time round the culprit is Sprint. Once they’re done with updating their Terms Of Service, mobile broadband data usage will be capped at 5GB from mid-July onwards. This is...

DIY Intel Atom PC

05/19/2008, Are you the type who loves to build your own computer from scratch? If that’s the case, then Tranquil PC is just the thing for you. This Intel Atom-based computer will come bundled with a 1.6GHz Atom processor and a motherboard that can support up...

Willcom D4 Review

05/19/2008, Akihabaranews has gotten their mitts on the Willcom D4, and after spending a fair amount of time with it, here are their findings. Although the D4 Beta version was not very well optimized, our enthusiasm remains unchanged. Beautiful design, ergonomic, a...