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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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TDK 6x Blu-ray Discs Hit US

09/17/2008, TDK is first off the blocks to make available 6x Blu-ray recordable (BD-R) and Blu-ray recordable double layer (BD-R DL) media in the US. I suppose this piece of news will only interest you if you have tons of video as well as photos to archive from the...

CompuLab Fit-PC Slim

09/17/2008, If you’re really that hard up for space and yet need a computer of sorts running in your pad, then the Fit-PC Slim from CompuLab could be just the solution for you. This tiny fanless computer sips 6 watts of juice at best, and measuring 110mm x...

SynergyNet Multi-touch Desk

09/17/2008, Boy do I wish I was born later in the future as school won’t be that boring any more, not with the Synergy multi-touch desk. This upcoming futuristic learning device will soon be installed in schools and colleges in an effort to improve...

USB Traffic Light 3-Port Hub

09/17/2008, I’m not too sure why you would want to stress yourself further at the office with the USB Traffic Light 3-Port Hub that reminds you of all the time wasted and rising blood pressure levels of rush hour traffic, but then again if you’re short of...

Sotec E7 All-in-One PC

09/17/2008, Sotec wants in on some living room action with the E7 all-in-one PC that not only fulfills your daily computing tasks as well as entertainment options, it also boasts an integrated iPod dock for you to view your favorite portable videos and listen to...

Medion Akoya Review Spotted: It’s yummy!

09/17/2008, Our friends from UMPC portal have spent 10 weeks with the Medion Akoya, which shares the same hardware platform as the MSI Wind nettop. Overall, they think that this is a great computer that should fulfill basic tasks such as web browsing, email and other...

Transcend JetFlash V95C

09/17/2008, Transcend’s JetFlash V85C is the latest compact USB flash drive in the family, and it is able to store up to 8GB of data wherever you go. On the outside, you will find crystallized Swarovski elements to up the ante when it comes to bling factor...

HP Wireless Comfort Keyboard

09/17/2008, HP knows just how important the keyboard is at the office, and I’m pretty sure the folks working at HP have experienced the pain of a spoilt keyboard due to a wayward elbow that resulted in a spilt drink which rendered the keyboard useless. This...

Creative X-Fi Notebook ExpressCard

09/17/2008, Creative’s latest Sound Blaster X-Fi notebook ExpressCard is meant for folks who want something much better compared to standard integrated audio found in majority of notebooks these days that have an unoccupied ExpressCard slot. The X-Fi is able to...

Logitech Z5 Omnidirectional Speakers for PC and Mac

09/16/2008, It’s not like you don’t have enough choices on your desktop but these speakers are interesting for two reasons: Firstly, there is a single USB cable for sound and power (no power brick!) and that leaves your desk clean (there’s a second...

HP HDX Laser Mouse

09/16/2008, In one of HP’s marketing slogans, they say that the computer is personal again. This view is augmented with the announcement of the HP HDX Laser mouse that features variable on-the-fly DPI from a lowly 400 to 2,400, a maximum 500Hz polling rate,...

HP HDX18 and HDX16 Notebooks Live Photos

09/15/2008, In recent years, HP has been putting a lot of efforts in their consumer laptop designs and the HDX Series can certainly be seen as the spearhead of this trend. I’ll let form your own opinion on the design from our photo gallery, but I can tell you...

HP TouchSmart IQ800 Series PC Hands-On

09/15/2008, The TouchSmart IQ800 Series has two models: the IQ816 and IQ804, they have slight specifications differences, and they are obviously 3.5″ bigger than the IQ506t Series. You can go check the specifications on HP’s website, but we thought that...