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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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USBee Flash Drive

03/13/2008, You just gotta fall in love with the USBee concept flash drive from Damjan Stankovic. As most of us know, traditional USB flash drives stick out from the back, and there is always a good chance you might actually knock it out accidentally. The USBee aims...

Mac Pro Miniaturized

03/13/2008, Kudos to Hideo Takano for taking the effort and time to cram in a Mac Mini’s innards into the chassis of a miniaturized Mac Pro while making additional modifications all over. Known as the Mac Mini Pro, you get a 2.33GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor...

Canvas Computer Concept

03/13/2008, The Canvas computer concept by Kyle Cherry targets folk with an artistic streak, aiming to increase the quality and productivity of any designer or artist using it. The Canvas hopes to help a user with little or no experience with digital workflows to...

Acer launches the Gemstone Blue

03/12/2008, At its first international press conference in New York, Acer unveiled its second-generation Gemstone laptops. The Taiwanese company branded this product with a unique blue they named the “Gemstone Blue”. The price is great: from $900 to under...

Asus Vento A1 Gaming Chassis

03/12/2008, Avid gamers will definitely know that Asus is a force to be reckoned with, and the hardware manufacturer has now added another feather to its proverbial hat with the Asus Vento A1 gaming chassis. Made from aluminum, you get a handcrafted design that...

$100 Low-Cost Computer from Intel called Nettop

03/12/2008, By using small components designed for mobile devices, Intel can build a low-cost computer that would retail for as low as $100. When it comes to semiconductor, surface area for chips and cost of materials are at the core of the hardware cost reduction....

Float Away Laptop Concept

03/10/2008, The Float Away concept by designer Young Hwan Kim concentrates on the bane of mobile computing – the matter of heat. His design involves an extremely simple solution, and you’ll probably smack your forehead with your palm thinking, “Now...

Wireless Keyboard Takes Slim Route

03/10/2008, This wireless keyboard from gadget mavens Brando looks like an ordinary keyboard at first glance, but it holds a trump card by including a two-button touch pad similar to those you’ll find on a notebook. The keyboard itself comes with 88 standard...

GM Corporation Slim LP PC Case

03/10/2008, GM Corporation took the opportunity at CeBIT 2008 to introduce its Slim LP PC case range that comes with an external optical disc drive. Won’t these just add up to the same amount of bulk in the end? I guess if you don’t really install...

Lacie 1TB Desktop Hard Drive

03/10/2008, LaCie has just launched a new range of external hard drives known as the Desktop Hard Disk. It supports USB 2.0 only and comes in a simplistic black design that makes one remember all those Model Ts from Ford’s factory many, many years ago. You will...

Shuttle K45 mini-PC

03/07/2008, Shuttle has rolled out its barebone K45 mini-PC that supports both power-saving and current dual-core processors. Simplicity is the order of the day with the K45, as it is meant to work equally well in different environments such as the home, office, an...

Phenom Gaming Rig All Set To Take Off

03/07/2008, Check out this PC case mod that certainly looks as though it has the punch to take off into outer space. Inside you will find AMD’s 2.6GHz Phenom 9900 processor that ought to be more than a match for all commercial programs (and games) of today. You...

CPU Cooler Case Mod

03/07/2008, Having a PC with fancy parts inside is good and all, especially when you’re a hardcore gamer. Cooling is one aspect where you will need to be familiar with though, as all that heat emanated is probably too much for a stock cooling system to handle....

Real-Time 3D using Cell-Based Rendering… in Excel

03/06/2008, It is not a new 3D rendering technique, but the idea is fun: render vector graphics using excel cells as “pixels”. It reminds me of the old good time of ASCII demos. This was spotted by my friend Andrew L. on Gamasutra, so head out there if...