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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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Epson Tunes Up Endeavor Pro4500 Desktop

11/04/2008, Epson’s Endeavor Pro4500 desktop computer has been given a facelift, and you will be able to choose from a trio of lacquered case designs inspired by Japanese traditional patterns. Depending on your cup of tea, you can choose from the...

General Dynamics Itronix GoBook MR-1

11/04/2008, If you’re one who is able to take quite a beating, and require a notebook to roll with life’s unexpected blows as well, then it would be prudent to consider the General Dynamics Itronix GoBook MR-1 notebook. Designed to meet or exceed the...

Gigabyte Roll Pad Notebook Cooler

11/04/2008, Here’s a pretty interesting method to keep your notebook running nice and cool without the use of noisy fans – the Gigabyte Roll Pad Notebook Cooler. Measuring 343mm x 303mm x 7.5mm, it is constructed from brushed aluminum to help keep...

Panasonic H1 Clinical Computer Debuts Officially

11/04/2008, You might remember that we published an early shot of the Panasonic H1 during IDF, but we had some private time with this tablet and although it’s not a consumer product, it may contribute to improve the way we’re being treated. The H1 has...

Hasee MJ125 Netbook On eBay

11/04/2008, Those who take a glance at the Hasee MJ125 netbook might make the mistake of thinking it as a rebadged ECS G10IL, but upon closer inspection, the MJ125 is a netbook of its own without taking a leaf out of anybody else’s page. Apart from the slight...

Vodafone Announces Stick Pro

11/04/2008, Vodafone has recently released a new broadband modem that is easy on the eyes, unlike those brick-like USB sticks that we’ve had to live with all this while. The Vodafone Stick Pro comes with a retractable connector as well as 4GB of internal memory...

Alienware M17 Gaming Laptop

11/03/2008, Alienware is no stranger when it comes to the world of gaming laptops, and their latest addition is the M17 – make sure you don’t mix it up with the M17x. This 17″ gaming laptop is also the first from Alienware to boast CrossFire X...

Trivial Pursuit Digital Choice

11/03/2008, Trivial Pursuit harkens back to the days where play did not consist of just video games, and this famous boardgame is extremely common in households across the US. This game is pretty finite, and if you play it rnough, those repeated questions will...

Mickey Mouse Glove USB Flash Drive

11/03/2008, Even Mickey Mouse’s hands are able to make money, as long as you’re one of the rare few who find it satisfying to own one of these Disney-endorsed USB flash drives that are shaped after the world’s most famous rodent’s hand. The...

James Bond 007 Sony Vaio TT Series Notebook

11/03/2008, I don’t know about you, but I am definitely looking forward to James Bond’s latest outing on the silver screen – Quantum of Solace. As with any other Bond movie release in recent memory, there will be tons of merchandise that accompany...

DIY Cooling Kit For PC

11/03/2008, Those who are more adventurous when it comes to keeping their overclocked PC running cool need not fork out a whopping $5,000 for a ready-made version, but can always settle for a $315 DIY kit from Puget Systems. [We’ve] been running a mineral oil...

Intel Core i7 and X58 Review

11/02/2008, We got our hands on an Intel X58 motherboard and a Core i7 Extreme edition (3.2Ghz) processor. It has been a while since I had been even mildly excited about a new processor. Intel’s Conroe (in 2006) was probably the last one that got my attention....

Dell Rolls Out XPS One 24

10/30/2008, Dell’s new all-in-one desktop is now available – the sleek looking 24″ XPS One 24. At first glance, it looks really sweet, but when you take a gander at its price tag, chances are you will recoil in horror. The XPS One 24 commands a $700...

DIY Wooden USB Flash Drive

10/29/2008, Crunchgear has a tutorial on how to create your own Wooden USB flash drive that will surely be one-of-a-kind once you’re done with it. The build time is approximately 5 to 7 days, so don’t start to think that you can make a fortune out of this...