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Dell XPS M1530 gets new panels

12/27/2007, Dell’s XPS M1530 has received new panels – customers will be able to choose from 1440 x 900 and 1680 x 1050 screen resolutions, helping you benefit from a generous desktop real estate. According to a Dell blog, “Since we launched the XPS...

Asus LS201 LCD monitor is one tough nut

12/27/2007, Most of us think that LCD monitors are but fragile items – that is not the case with the Asus LS201. This LCD monitor comes with a protective panel made out of crystal-sapphire, enabling it to withstand more than its fair share of knocks. Check out...

Wisair Wireless USB Module

12/26/2007, Wireless USB is not common yet, but devices like the Wisair Wireless USB Module might bridge the gap between ubiquitous wired USB devices and their (upcoming) wireless USB counterparts. The goal is to turn USB 1.1 or 2.0 devices into a wireless USB...

Small, Portable CD/DVD duplicator

12/26/2007, I don’t know if there warez parties these days, but if there were, this EZ Dupe duplicator would be very popular there. The device must be slightly bigger than four CD boxes stacked on top of each other. It copies DVDs at 8x speeds and CDs at 16x...

Netgear Announces New ReadyNAS Devices

12/26/2007, Netgear’s new line-up of network attached storage (NAS) devices have capacities ranging from 1.5TB to 4TB of data, depending on the drive capacity and RAID configuration that you opt for. As their name indicates, they are accessible from an Ethernet...

Optimus OLED Keyboard Pushed to February 2008

12/26/2007, We have been talking about the Optimus OLED keyboard since 2006, and the wait is not over: the Optimus Keyboard won’t be fully ready until February 2008, because the software hasn’t been completely worked out. If you haven’t heard of...

Zyrus Bandi USB Drive is Flashy, Fat

12/26/2007, It is really hard to get noticed in the USB Flash Drive space, so just like any other commodity, manufacturers resort to design to differentiate their products. For one, it is really sad that design comes in only as a last resort. Secondly, although this...

Axiotron ModBook Mac Tablet Shipping Soon?

12/26/2007, We have received a postcard from Axiotron that announces the upcoming rollout of their ModBook Mac tablet. If you remember, we wrote about this computer a long time ago, but this time, Axiotron might actually ship it! Besides being a Mac and a real Wacom...

8 and 9 inches Asus Eee before February

12/26/2007, The display suppliers for the Asus Eee mini-laptop will also benefit from the next version of the coveted (small and cheap) line-up coming with slightly larger display sizes: 8 and 9 inches. AU Optotronics and Chungwha Picture Tubes are expected to...

Rotary USB Card Reader

12/26/2007, Hong Kong based Earth Tek makes this USB card reader that can rotate to provide an easy access to the user, regardless of where the reader is connected. It is most useful on laptops, where USB ports can be in a corner, facing the “wrong way”,...

4GB Laptops to flourish in 2008, with no decent software support

12/24/2007, It looks like 2008 is going to be the year where laptops will come with 4GB of RAM by default. This is due to the continually falling price of semi-conductor (you love it when you shop, but hate it when you own). Before paying extra bucks, one should be...

SmartNav hands-free mouse (Video)

12/24/2007, SmartNav is a head-tracking device that uses your head motion to move the mouse cursor. It is installed on top of the monitor and the user has to place a dot on the forehead I’m not sure why they couldn’t track the eyes, but the dot is...

Asus U2 ultra-portable laptop

12/24/2007, Asus is coming up with the U2, an elegant 11.1” laptop that is designed to be lighter and more power efficient. It has a LED backlit display, which is lighter and less power-hungry. But may be the most important part if saving battery life is the...

Passive-Cooled 1GB GeForce 8800GT from Sparkle

12/21/2007, This will interest users who might want to build or upgrade their Media Center PC (or HTPC in general). By now, you should all know what a GeForce 8800 GT is, but it is a nice to see a passive-cooled (no fan) version of such a fast graphics card. If...