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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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Panasonic ToughBook 19 Updated

03/24/2008, Panasonic has already revised its ToughBook 19 rugged tablet PC by ditching the Core Duo U2400 1.06Ghz processor in favor of the Intel Core 2 Duo U7500 1.06GHz processor. The clock speed might be the same, but this new architecture ensures that the system...

Illusion PC Case

03/24/2008, The Illusion PC case will definitely set tongues wagging as you prepare boxes of tissue to wipe drool off the floor. It relies on optical illusion to make it look as though a 3D object inside is hovering without any strings attached, along with the...

HP Pavilion dv3000 Unveiled

03/21/2008, HP just introduced its Pavilion dv3000 notebook that features a 13.3″ display and comes with the following features :- Based on Intel Centrino technology A wide range of Intel Core 2 Duo processors NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GS 256MB video card WiFi and...

Aaeon Boxer AEC-6095

03/19/2008, The Aaeon Boxer AEC-6095 is a fanless computer that is powered by Intel’s Celeron processors, with a choice between Windows XP Embedded or Windows CE, depending on your preference. Meant to be mounted in vehicles, the AEC-6095 features PCI and...

Eye-Fi Card Goes Under the Knife

03/19/2008, Ever wondered what is inside the Eye-Fi SD memory card? Well wonder no more, as IkonTools has just taken one of those and placed it under a skilful surgeon’s knife, revealing it’s innards for all and sundry to see. Just check out the WiFi...

Hot & Cold USB Coaster Control

03/19/2008, There is nothing quite like a hot cup of coffee to start off those dreary mornings at the office, but unfortunately for many, we tend to get swamped with work and before you know it – the steaming hot coffee is now cold and bland. The Hot & Cold...

Alienware updates Area-51 7500 System

03/18/2008, Alienware’s rigs are already pretty high end, but that doesn’t stop the company in their eternal search for excellence. The Area-51 7500 gaming rig has just received an update, featuring NVIDIA’s GeForce 9800 GX2 dual GPU single graphics...

Swarovski USB Engagement Ring

03/17/2008, I don’t know when the stigma of being a geek is associated with a lack of social skills will end, but certainly products like this don’t help. The USB Flash Drive Swarovski Crystal Engagement Ring won’t hold any diamond(s), but it has a...

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....