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Samsung to roll out 1.3-inch HDD at CES

12/06/2007, Samsung announced that come January 2008, it will unveil its 1.3″ hard drive at CES 2008, targeting the mobile consumer devices market. This is a rather interesting development since one would expect Samsung to favor flash memory, a market...

Adesso AKP-170 mouse has keypad too

12/06/2007, The Adesso AKP-170 mouse not only fulfils all your pointing needs, it also comes with an integrated numeric keypad for accountants as well as other folk who love dwelling in the wonderful world of numbers. Do you think gamers will fall for this optical...

OCZ Hypersonic gaming notebooks

12/06/2007, OCZ has just made available its pre-built Hypersonic notebooks to consumers via online and retail outlets, bringing yet another option for those looking for a high-end, portable gaming experience. The Hypersonic gaming notebook range is powered by an...

KWorld has a couple of TV boxes

12/06/2007, KWorld Computer rolled out its Blazing Orange 1920ex and Jet Black 1680ex TV boxes that will be able to turn any standard LCD/CRT display into a TV. Both TV boxes feature display adapters for PS2, PS3 and Wii consoles and feature 1080i output support on...

USB Christmas Wreath

12/06/2007, Just in case there aren’t enough Christmas decorations on your desktop, there is always the USB Christmas Wreath to accompany your USB Christmas Cake hub. This wreath sports half a dozen LEDs as well as seven colors, and will most definitely look...

New motherboard made out of old

12/06/2007, ASRock has taken the old and created something new with its AliveDual eSATA2 motherboard. This unique motherboard is a combination of the M1695 chipset and Nvidia’s nForce 3 250 that was released way back in 2003 – ancient by computing...

Kuroutoshikou USB video card

12/06/2007, Kuroutoshikou is toying with a new idea where video cards are concerned. It has two offerings in mind, the VGA-USB/DVI (DVI out) and the VGA-USB/RGB (D-Sub out). Either one will be capable of displaying a full 1,440 x 900 in WXGA+ or 1,280 x 1,024 in...

hField Wi-Fire reviewed

12/06/2007, Get USB has reviewed the hField W-Fire WiFi USB extender, and to sum things up :- The hField Wi-Fire is a good product which performed well during GetUSB.info tests. This WiFi extender is perfect for home and office use where signal strength is poor or...

BTC Korea XEUS Dual 150DS

12/06/2007, The XEUS Dual 150DS dual LCD monitor from BTC Korea is different from others as it does not take up any additional space. You’ll find two ingeniously placed hinges that make this suitable for crammed spaces, and when not in use, the second monitor...

Toshiba shock-resistant hard drive

12/06/2007, Toshiba is releasing a hard drive (MK8050GAC) that has a shock-resistance rating far above your average PC hard disk: 300G. That’s because it is meant to be used outdoors in cars, embedded systems and other demanding applications that can now...

Is the Q540X an Asus Eee killer? No

12/05/2007, According to Digitimes, Hasee, a Chinese computer maker is going to launch the Q540X, a laptop that Hasee thinks can compete with the Asus Eee, because it is more powerful and bigger, for the same price. Q540X Specs 13.3” Display Intel Celeron 540...

Logitec LDT-1S30X4U dual TV tuner

12/05/2007, This USB device known as the Logitec LDT-1S30X4U is truly unique – not only does it come with an integrated double TV tuner, there are also a couple of USB ports for you to plug in additional devices – such as another Logitec LDT-1S30X4U!...

Microtek ships ArtixScan M1

12/05/2007, Microtek has started to ship its ArtixScan M1 flatbed and film scanner, while introducing the ArtixScan M1 Pro scanner that comes with a slew of new features. Both scanners feature Microtek’s very own Emulsion Direct Imaging Technology (E.D.I.T.)...

NES turned into a full fledged PC

12/05/2007, The NES is a rather hefty console by today’s standards, but an avid DIY-er has taken it apart and thrown in a full-fledged Windows-powered PC inside. Although the specifications aren’t on the high-end side of things (a 1GHz processor, 256MB...