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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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Option Globetrotter III 3G Wireless Router

01/22/2009, Want to create your very own Wi-Fi hotspot and share that HSPA broadband connection with the rest of your mates? Well, Option is offering an, er, option, in the form of its Globetrotter III wireless router. This device comes with USB connectivity that...

Samsung NC10 Gets Pink Treatment

01/22/2009, And just in time for Valentine’s Day, of course. It is a pity that Samsung did not throw in some freebies or entice folks to pick up the pink NC10 unlike MSI who did a pretty good job with their Wind U100 Valentine Edition that has a lucky draw and...

Eee PC Gets Triple Boot Treatment

01/22/2009, Our friends at Liliputing have taken some time out to endow his Asus Eee PC 1000H with triple boot capability. The usual suspects are Windows 7, Windows XP and CrunchEee Linux – and all three of them take approximately a minute to boot into a fully...


MIU Hybrid Dual Portable Computer

01/22/2009, MIU’s upcoming Hybrid Dual Portable Computer (HDPC) will come in a couple of models – the basic and premium versions, where the latter will feature GPS navigation as well as dictionary functions. Both models will feature standard wireless...

Seagate 7200.11 Series HDD Get a Fix

01/22/2009, Seagate has released a software fix that should prevent hard drives from becoming 3.5″ bricks. (look at our previous post). Seagate has isolated a potential firmware issue in limited number of Barracuda 7200.11 hard drives and related SATA drives...

Apple Dispels iPhone nano, Mac Netbook Rumors

01/21/2009, Coming off a strong quarterly earnings report, Apple has also made clear their official stance with regard to two rumors that had their fair share of limelight for quite some time already – the iPhone nano and a Mac netbook. According to Tim Cook,...

3.5-inch Hard Drive Enclosure With LCD Display

01/21/2009, Most external hard drive enclosures are pretty standard in design – boxy, and generally not very appealing to the eyes. Manufacturers who put more effort in their products come up with the occasional fine-looking chassis, but otherwise, an LCD...

Kensington SlimBlade Trackball Mouse

01/21/2009, Trackballs used to be in vogue when they were first released, most notably for the novelty factor, but with time people realized that mice were much easier to use – unless you have not enough real estate to move it around, that is. This situation is...

Telegent Systems TLG2300 TV Tuner

01/21/2009, Telegent Systems has just unveiled its new TLG2300 TV tuner that is so tiny, you won’t believe your eyes. How small is it exactly? Well, how does 10mm x 10mm sound to you? This could very well be the next popular peripheral for netbooks, although...

Kensington USB Charger Eats AAA Batteries

01/21/2009, Kensington has introduced a new USB charger that is powered by AAA batteries within that will go up against similar products from Energizer, Duracell and IOGear. This dual-function charger can be used to power up your cell phone where there are no power...

Dz-Flex Multi-screen Display

01/21/2009, I can’t help but think that the Dz-Flex multi-screen display set up is meant to drive people dizzy, hence the initial part of its name. Jokes aside, this will definitely be a dream for many gamers as well as those who require a ton of viewing real...

Apple Updates Plastic MacBook

01/21/2009, Apple has quietly updated the white plastic MacBook by throwing in NVIDIA’s 9400M platform, and this upgrade will place the cheapest MacBook on par with the aluminum model where graphical ability is concerned, while the processor has been given a...

Sprint Introduces Mobile Broadband USB Modem 598U

01/21/2009, Sprint has just rolled out the Sierra Wireless Mobile Broadband USB Modem 598U that bears Sprint’s logo on it, offering users a convenient and reliable mobile solution to connect to the Internet anytime, anywhere. This is a EV-DO Rev. A-compatible...

Fujitsu Siemens ESPRIMO Green Zero-watt PC

01/20/2009, A zero-watt PC? Sounds pretty impossible, but that word does not exist in the dictionaries of the folks at Fujitsu-Siemens. The companies’ ESPRIMO Green zero-watt PC claims to consume not a single iota of power while in standby mode –...