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NVIDIA’s nForce 780i triple SLI is out

12/19/2007, Back in November, we showed you the first photo of a 3-way SLI system to make you drool. Now you can buy the 780i and build your own triple-SLI system, right on-time to use the stack of new graphics-hungry video games that you might get for Christmas...

Belinea-S 7-inch touchscreen UMPC

12/19/2007, This ultra mobile PC (UMPC) from Belinea seems pretty cool. It is powered by a VIA platform (C7-M processor, Unichrome graphics). On the right side of the display, you can see an internet phone. With more storage and a DVI port, the belinea-S might seduce...

Buffalo 100GB External SSD

12/19/2007, Buffalo has a new line of USB 2.0 external solid state drives (SDD) (product page – in Japanese). Given their low power consumption, they can be powered by the USB port, which is always practical. From a storage point of view, SSDs are more...

RippleNote PLK570 gaming laptop

12/18/2007, If you think that your choices are limited when it comes to high-end laptops, take a look at the (Pixel Lab) RippleNote PLK570 and its somewhat pure design (unlike its T7700 laptop…). Specs 17-inch display (only 1440×900 resolution) 2.4Ghz...

Qosmio G40 97E with Dual TV Tuner

12/18/2007, This big laptop could be an interesting desktop replacement or a media center PC. I find this particular design not as classy as previous Qosmio models but, you might disagree. Here are the specs: 17” display (1920×1200) 2.2Ghz Core Duo CPU 2GB...

iTablet T221 Tablet PC

12/18/2007, Amtek might not be a well-known brand, but their T221 tablet PC design looks great. The design is very sleek (the total lack of keyboard helps…) and all the ports are neatly located on one site, leaving the others clean and smooth. We don’t...

HyperDrive 4 – build a 32GB RamDisk

12/18/2007, The HyperDrive 4 is a hard-drive enclosure that takes standard memory modules instead of a disk drive. Your computer will treat it as a regular hard drive, as HyperDrive connects via a standard IDE disk connector. The HyperDrive 4 even has an external...

Nokia Digital Pen with Bluetooth

12/18/2007, Years after Logitech made them popular, digital pens are back with a vengeance. After the Fly Fusion Pen, Nokia is preparing to launch its Nokia SU-27W. This codename sounds like a Russian fighter plane but it is a Bluetooth pen that can function for 3...

Intel Z-P140 PATA penny-sized 4GB SSD

12/17/2007, Solid State Drives are well known for their smaller size and smaller power requirements, but when you can cram 4GB on a surface that is equivalent to a penny, this is pretty impressive, although not surprising given current advances in semi-conductor...

Quickbooks for Mac update deletes huge amount of data

12/17/2007, If you are using Quickbook for mac, you should take a quick look at the recent issue experienced by many users: they have lost Gigabytes worth of data following (what looks like) a Quickbooks update that destroyed the data on the Desktop (the trash...

Sony Mylo 2 wireless device shows up on the FCC site

12/17/2007, No matter how secret a company wants to be about a new wireless device, it has to hit the FCC at some point. Sony has a new Mylo device in the pipeline. Called Mylo 2 by bloggers, the device has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. From the FCC...

SwitchView 100 desktop KVM switch

12/17/2007, The SwitchView 100 desktop KVM switch from Avocent Corporation helps you save even more desk space, featuring all the necessary cables for a solution that is ready out-of-the-box, making the purchasing process a snap. Features include full audio support,...

Firewire to hit 3.2Gbps

12/16/2007, The IEEE 1394 Trade Association has revealed that future iterations of Firewire will be four times as fast as today’s speediest version – hitting peaks of 3.2Gbps, which roughly translates to 400MB/s! This is made possible without taxing the...

Digital Cowboy CRF-102 notebook cooler

12/16/2007, For those who use their notebooks regularly on the go, the Digital Cowboy CRF-102 notebook cooler looks like the sensible addition to your travel gear. The 22cm square fan boasts 600rpm to keep things cool, although you would lose a USB port on your...