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MonoDO wooden keyboard stand

11/19/2007, Mac owners have yet another keyboard accessory to look out for – the MonoDO wooden keyboard stand from Japan. It combines both wood and aluminum in order to fit the standard Apple keyboard inside perfectly. You can choose to adjust the stand in four...

Black Hawk XR5 Quad Core Notebook

11/19/2007, PC MicroWorks Corporation certainly ain’t holding back its punches with the new Black Hawk XR5 Quad Core Super Notebook. The XR5 holds the distinction of being the first mobile product that will run a pair of the powerful 512MB GeForce Go 8800GTX in...

Porsche Wheel Turbo Nordschleife

11/19/2007, So you’re rocking out on uber expensive rides in a computer game, but somehow using a keyboard to control such a sweet machine just doesn’t quite make the cut. The Porsche Wheel Turbo Nordschleife Edition is something worth checking out,...

Drum kit PC case

11/18/2007, This drum kit PC case is certainly unique, although not as special as the stuffed beaver PC case. The L Series PC case from Spotswood Custom Computer is made of maple veneer plywood, allowing you to customize it with your choice of wood stained colors. In...

Samsung TruDirect SE-S204S disc drive

11/18/2007, Samsung has released its new optical disc drive known as TruDirect SE-S204S, enabling consumers to create DVDs as well as burn digital content through a PC minus the need for a hard drive. This sounds like the perfect accessory to have for those who want...

3-Way SLI photo gallery

11/17/2007, It’s hardly a secret, but NVIDIA has not announced anything yet so if you need a solid proof that 3-way SLI is real, here it is. Take a closer look to see what the guts of a 3-way SLI system look like (photo gallery). The GeForce 8800 ultra...

Tangent VITA K Series

11/16/2007,  Tangent launched a new group of ultra slim, industrial strength touch screen PCs known as the VITA K Series. Not only do they come in rugged metal enclosures that is attention grabbing, the VITA K PCs are also energy efficient, and industrial...

Chewbacca backpack

11/16/2007, Normally, it would be the other way round as a mighty Wookie lugs a human on its back, but the tables are turned round this time with the Chewbacca backpack. This little fellow is sorta like a Mini Me version of Chewbacca, hanging off your back with...

Everglide rolls out DKTBoard

11/15/2007, Everglide, a brand name associated with high-end gaming peripherals, has released the Everglide DKTBoard that brings together Everglide’s “old skool” feel with cutting-edge technologies courtesy of the “Powered by Razer”...

Blowable computer interface

11/15/2007, Just when you thought the DS brought about a whole new level of interactivity, along comes students from Georgia Tech who developed an audio analysis program that allows you to blow at your computer in order to control it. All you need is a single...

Asus Eee PC running Mac OS X

11/15/2007, The ultra-light Macbook might be coming soon, but our friends from uneasysilence say that they have successfully installed Mac OS X Leopard on their Asus Eee PC, based on the LifeHacker tutorial. The downside is that Leopard is slow on the Eee’s...

HotSeats 723 Game Chair

11/15/2007, The HotSeats 723 Flight Simulator TRX Game Chair is yet another piece of furniture that targets gamers, and it comes complete with a 23″ HDTV widescreen LCD monitor, a 1.8GHz Dual Core processor PC, an LCD mount, Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound speakers...

USB Thermometer

11/15/2007, Brando has released the USB Thermometer that gives you a reading of the current indoor temperature along with the ability to store such data in your computer. It looks like a standard USB flash drive at first glance, save for the fact that you can’t...

WiFi Bus in Singapore

11/14/2007, Looks like Singapore is about to be one of the most connected city states in the world, with a dozen fully tricked out WiFi buses roaming its streets courtesy of Nokia. Sounds great to me – you can now surf while riding in a bus all day long, or...