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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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Asus G50V Gaming Notebook

09/08/2008, Asus does not target suits who want something portable and yet does not compromise in computing power this time round with the G50V gaming notebook. This 15″ model will come with enough specifications to handle the latest games as well as those from...

Evangelion USB Flash Drive

09/08/2008, Fans of Japanese manga Evangelion will definitely find this USB flash drive inspired by the series to be something worth picking up, never mind that they already own dozens of USB flash drives that tend to get all mixed up. This time round, I don’t...

Intel Forges Own SSD Destiny

09/08/2008, If you want something done, you gotta do it yourself – or so that’s what Intel thinks. The giant semiconductor company has made its debut in the SSD market with an 80GB SSD that is priced at a relatively expensive $595. This new model will...

Dell Mouse Spyshot

09/08/2008, Here’s an image of an upcoming Dell mouse, featuring a sensor that reads “LaserStream Technology”. Just in case that sounds a wee bit familiar to those who are more well-versed with the hardware world, it is a trademark used by Agilent...

Lippert X86 Board

09/04/2008, Lippert could be offering what is possibly the smallest X86 board ever, vramming in 2GB RAM onto a tiny 58mm x 65mm “CoreExpress” COM format that is able to take in the Intel Atom processor as well. Tipping the scales at just 28 grams, this...

Wireless VGA Signals

09/04/2008, I guess I’m happy to say that I’ve lived to see the days where VGA signals can be transmitted wirelessly, thanks to Cables To Go. The new TruLink Wireless USB to VGA Adapter Kit is on parade at this year’s CEDIA event, relying on UWB...

USB 2.5-inch Double SATA HDD Enclosure

09/04/2008, We’ve all seen SATA hard drive enclosures before, but Brando wants to double our joy with their new USB 2.5″ Double SATA HDD enclosure. This model features One Touch Backup as well for folks who don’t want to go through complicated...

Sony Unleashes New Vaios

09/03/2008, The Sony Vaio line has always been popular with those who want something functional yet nice to look at, and this time round Sony has released three new desktop models for the masses – the Vaio JS, LV and RT. All of them will work perfectly fine as...

Windows 7 Boot Time

09/03/2008, Anyone who uses Windows knows that the longer the operating system is kept without a fresh re-install (or deep clean-up), the longer it takes to boot up. Hopefully this will change with news that Microsoft is currently working on a solution to make...

Google Chrome, first impressions

09/02/2008, Google’s browser called Chrome is out of the box and of course, we had to take a look. So after a quick download and a quick install, we started to browse the web just to see how it feels. And right now, it doesn’t feel very different from...

Logitech Illuminated Keyboard Review

09/02/2008,   Illuminated (back-lit) keyboards are usually associated with gaming, but Logitech’s Illuminated Keyboard is simply for those who want an agreeable typing experience on a nicely designed keyboard. If you like to work in a dark environment,...

Google Chrome To Take On Internet Explorer?

09/01/2008, If you thought the browser wars weren’t intensive enough, you’ll be happy to hear that Google has (accidentally) announced their upcoming Google Chrome web browser, based on Webkit. The announcement actually came about due to an accidental...

HP Mini-note 2133 Review

09/01/2008, The HP Mininote 2133 is the nettop that has the best construction quality among those that we tried. The keyboard keys are about as large as those found on a “normal” laptop keyboard, although their spacing is tighter. The keyboard finish is...

WIFI-R approved by IEEE standards association

08/29/2008, WIFI-R (802.11R) also known as Fast Basic Service Set Transition has been designed so that computers can roam from one access point to another seamlessly, without any disconnection. This would allow the construction of wide WIFI networks in cities. It...