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IOGEAR Wireless USB to VGA Kit

08/25/2008, IOGEAR is first off the blocks to roll out the Wireless USB to VGA kit that allows users to extend or clone their desktop onto a different monitor without getting entangled in a mess of wires. This device has already received the green light from the...

GameRigs Loves id Software

08/25/2008, GameRigs is so in love with id Software that they have released a new line of gaming PCs that are officially licensed from the Texas-based company itself. If you’re a huge fan of Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars as well as Quake 4, you will be in for a...

Entertainment Robots Running On VIA EPIA Pico-ITX Motherboards

08/22/2008, VIA has unveiled a bunch of entertainment robots at the Taipei International Robot Show that run on VIA’s very own EPIA Pico-ITX motherboard. All the robots on parade at the VIA booth are provided by PlayRobot. Hmmm, will Intel as well as other...

Acer Aspire One Price Drop

08/22/2008, Acer has dropped the Aspire One price today, touching an even more affordable $329 from the original $379 price point. This new pricing structure makes the Aspire One as one of the cheapest netbooks that is powered by Intel’s new Atom 1.6GHz...

Albatron Rocker In-Car Tablet PC

08/21/2008, Albatron wants to rock your world with their Rocker in-car tablet PC that was just released in Korea via Piesco. Folks who absolutely must have a Windows-powered computer of sorts wherever they go can check out the Albatron Rocker, although it is highly...

Fujitsu U820 Known As LOOX U In Japan

08/20/2008, It is Japan’s turn to get their mittens on the Fujitsu U820, but this time round it will be known as the LOOX U/B50N Series in the Land of the Rising Sun. Apart from the change in name (presumably to tell the difference between the regions it is...

Toshiba Has New Tough Laptops

08/19/2008, Toshiba is no stranger to the world of rugged laptops, and have just released a couple more models – the Tecra A10 and M10. Not only do these models help keep things running even in the harshest of conditions, they also boast additional security...

Dell Studio Mike Ming Editions

08/19/2008, Dell Studio’s 15 and 17 laptops have been given the Mike Ming treatment, and among these new designs include “Red Swirl,” “Seaweed,” and “Sunburst,” to accompany the previously released “Bunch O...

Freecom Mobile Drive XXS

08/19/2008, Freecom’s Mobile Drive XXS says it all – this is touted to be the smallest and lightest 2.5″ USB drive that’s currently available to the masses. Inside you will find a slightly modified Samsung 2.5″ laptop hard drive, where...

Tom Bihn Checkpoint Flyer Laptop Briefcase

08/19/2008, The Tom Bihn Checkpoint Flyer Laptop Briefcase isn’t the first checkpoint-friendly laptop case that we’ve covered, and it certainly won’t be the last. As with its other brethren, this laptop briefcase allows you to speed up your check-in...

Archos 7 is an even larger Internet Tablet! (7-inches)

08/19/2008, Announced alongside the Archos 5, the Archos 7 is in the same class of devices, except that it boast an even larger display and storage (320GB max). The display resolution stays the same (800×480), that might be great for those who think that such a...

Archos 5 is an Internet Media Tablet

08/19/2008, Archos is entering the Mobile Internet Device (MID) market with the Archos 5. The company is best known for its portable media players (PMP), but it shows that it can adapt itself to changing consumer demands by providing a persistent internet...