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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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Cathena CX UMPC from Data Evolution

04/29/2007, Data Evolution has announced its first UMPC that targets the North American market, known as the Cathena CX. This UMPC comes in an extremely portable form factor, featuring a 7″ touchscreen display, a near full size QWERTY keyboard, WiFi and...

iZ3D monitor review

04/27/2007, Ah – 3D. The very word sends shivers down my spine, as the 3D realm was what brought gaming to life after Mode 7 scrolling on the Super NES did its utmost best to prolong the 2D era for games. With leaps and bounds made in the 3D arena, it would be...

Philips X200 makes like a goose

04/26/2007, The Philips X200 laptop definitely does not look anything like its peers today, featuring an extendable widescreen display that reminds you of a regular LCD monitor used with desktops. The display can also be adjusted nearer to the user, making it perfect...

Amiga announces PowerPC-based systems

04/25/2007, Amiga has made Mac users proud by announcing a couple of PowerPC-based systems, where one of them will be an entry-level computer with a target price that won’t hurt the pocket ($500), while the other is a high-end version that targets enthusiasts,...

Samsung R55 features hybrid hard drive

04/23/2007, Samsung’s R55 is the first notebook from the company to utilize a hybrid hard drive. This 15.4″ widescreen productivity tool comes with the recently unveiled SpinPoint MH80 80GB hard drive with 256MB of flash memory to reduce boot times while...

eSnips: Flickr meets Youtube meets Pandora

04/18/2007, (Web 2.0 – expo) I met the other day with the eSnips’ marketing diva (yes, it is I her title, nice!). I like this website especially the paintings and photo sections. The idea behind it was to provide a “one stop shop” for file...

Tango Wings UMPC looks hot

04/18/2007, It is ironic if you’re looking for a UMPC that comes with a full ensemble of QWERTY keys, but the Tango Wings UMPC fits the bill perfectly. Featuring a 7″ color touchscreen display and quick access keys along the frame, the Tango Wings also...

16GB NAND flash memory from Toshiba

04/17/2007, Toshiba looks set to up the ante when it comes to NAND flash memory at the end of this year by making 16GB versions available, a move which could see Apple releasing a larger capacity iPod nano next year. This 16GB flash chip uses eight of Toshiba’s...

QuaNext networked LCD TV

04/16/2007, The QuaNext networked LCD TV from Quataris features a 19″ TFT LCD display with a maximum resolution of 1,440 x 990 and is powered by an Intel Pentium 3.2GHz processor to deliver blazing fast performance. The QuaNext can switch between a computer and...

Egg Computer takes top spot in contest

04/16/2007, The Egg Computer that you see on the right is the winner in a recent design contest that was held in Korea, with Samsung and Intel being the masterminds behind this competition. The Egg Computer utilizes a trio of ovular-shaped devices which comprise of a...

Intel Metro Notebook concept

04/16/2007, Intel, the king of processors, has unveiled its Metro Notebook concept that aims to make the laptop sexier in an ultra slim and super light form factor. This design will probably appeal to young urbanites who seem to place more emphasis on form than...

Limited edition LG Xnote S1 laptop

04/16/2007, LG has taken the more common commercial route of boosting interest in a flagging product by introducing a new paint job. The Xnote S1 now comes with a lovely “Return to Nature” signature on its body, but we geeks tend to get all bothered by...

Beaver stuffed with computer

04/12/2007, This Stuffed Beaver PC Case has to be one of the most morbid yet creative case mods in the relatively short history of mankind. Creator Kasey McMahon took many days to carve the entire insides out even with an electric knife, making that the most tedious...

ToughBook is a true survivor

04/12/2007, The Panasonic ToughBook was named so because it offers shock protection up to 1 meter drops, a height where normal notebooks would have given up the ghost. The ToughBook CF-08 is powered by an Intel XScale PXA270 312MHz processor and comes with the...