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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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Ridata challenges OCZ with new line of SSD

07/18/2008, Ridata (part of the Ritek, group which owns Traxdata) has announced its Ultra S-Plus series of 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB SSDs which will retail for $169.90, $294.90 and $537.90 each. This was done in a bid to compete with OCZ’s core series which halved...

USB Fidgets in Three Flavors

07/17/2008, Do you happen to have a bad habit of fidgeting around at your desk whenever you’re bored in the office? Well, instead of twirling pens and drumming your fingers on the table much to the annoyance of your cubicle mates, why not pick up any of these...

Portable Travel Desk

07/17/2008, This is probably the ideal gift for people who travel often, and believe that laptops don’t belong on laps. The Rolling Case Desk – Model 3000 is designed to attach to carry-on sized wheeled laptop cases and luggage. Its adjustable leg can...

AMD Magny-Cours 12-Core CPU in 2010

07/16/2008, People are getting excited by AMD 12-core plans. Along with this new CPU, a new CPU socket named G34 will appear. Fair enough, at some point one has to add more pins to transport more data (hopefully faster). The downside is that you will have to get a...

USB Hub in a VCR Tape

07/16/2008, Do check out your attic as to whether there is a collection of VCR tapes inside or not. Assuming you have some that are already spoilt due to the growth of fungus on the tape itself, why not take some time out and come up with the glowing VCR USB hub you...

Acer Aspire One hits the US

07/16/2008, Acer’s Aspire One netbook has already arrived on US shores, and prices start from $379 upwards. Some of the more common features include an 8.9″ WXVGA LED backlit display with 1,024 x 600 resolution, a built-in webcam, the choice between an...

Tablets with Innovating Handwriting Recognition

07/16/2008, Ritescript and ESP Solutions are working together on a new pen-based tablet that targets both paramedics and firefighters, basically anyone involved in the EMS field. This tablet will utilize a “medic-friendly, cost-effective electronic patient care...

Dell E Mini Notebook Priced

07/16/2008, Dell’s E mini notebook has been priced at $300 each, which is very tempting considering the mass market appeal for a notebook of this size and price point. The Dell E will hit markets sometime in the last quarter of this year, so you will be able to...

Intel Centrino 2 Round Up

07/15/2008, Intel’s Centrino 2 chipset has been well received by laptop manufacturers, but which are the more notable ones out of a huge crop? After all, Fujitsu, Toshiba, Lenovo, and Sony are in the game, and it would be pretty time consuming to go through all...

Transcend StoreJet 25P Portable Hard Drive

07/15/2008, Transcend is on a roll with the StoreJet 25P portable hard drive that boasts a slim design that is convenient to tote around. It targets those who carry their portable hard drives everywhere with them, every single day. It comes with a special chequered...

Hacked USB Flash Drive

07/14/2008, The Hacked USB flash drive you see here is a pretty interesting concept – it carries 2GB of storage space and looks as though somebody pulled your USB cable in half, or you weren’t too careful when getting up from your desk with a USB device...

Intel Centrino 2 Gets Official – What is it about?

07/14/2008, Intel has been quite successful at marketing their “Centrino” brand. Many consumers simply think that they “need” Centrino to get Wi-FI, which is a powerful purchase argument. As notebooks continue to take share worldwide, Intel is...

SportsLive USB Wristbands

07/13/2008, Wristbands have taken the next step upwards thanks to the SportsLive USB wristbands that feature baseball-related audio and video content, enabling wearers to own a piece of history by recording live baseball broadcasts for posterity. There will be a...

USB 2.5-inch IDE/SATA Bridge Adapter

07/11/2008, Brando has made available the USB 2.5-inch IDE/SATA Bridge Adapter which is pretty much self-explanatory – it forms a bridge between a USB port and one IDE, SATA or CompactFlash memory card slot. This means and standard SATA or IDE hard drive will...