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LapDawg X4 Laptop Desk

11/04/2007, The LapDawg X4 Laptop Desk targets those who can’t be bothered to get out of bed while working on their laptop, still dressed in their jammies. Of course, once they decide that the bed is more conducive for snoozing purposes, the X4 Laptop Desk can...

USB Vacuum Cleaner

11/04/2007, The way the corporate environment is structured these days, pressure is always bearing down on workers to complete never-ending tasks. This leads to a shortened lunch break, and most folks have experienced the inconvenience of snacking at the keyboard...

Gamerator dream arcade cabinet

11/04/2007, The Gamerator arcade cabinet combines the best of both worlds – downing a nice cold pint of beer while blasting aliens into oblivion. This arcade cabinet boasts a 24″ flatscreen display with 180 pre-loaded titles for you to enjoy over MAME,...

Everex to bring sub-$300 laptops

11/02/2007, Everex is fresh from bringing us a $198 Linux desktop this week, and has plans to introduced Linux laptops that will retail for less than $300 next year. These laptops will come in a wide range, with choices starting from 12.1″ all the way to...

Thrustmaster Ferrari GT Experience

11/02/2007, While many of us won’t be able to afford a Ferrari in this lifetime or the next, at the very least you’ll be able to pick up the Thrustmaster Ferrari GT Experience steering wheel that works across multiple platforms – the PS3, PS2 and...

Sony hangs up LM series of VAIO

11/01/2007, Sony has expanded its LM series of VAIO notebooks with a panel PC that features a 19″ screen which is framed by a transparent bezel in order to blend into its surrounding environment. In order to integrate it fully, the VAIO LM series can be mounted...

Mstar has fastest Internet in the US

11/01/2007, Mstar has just launched the fastest Internet connection in the US with its 50Mbps residential product. This 50Mbps connection was offered from October 22nd onwards over the UTOPIA network, helping the US keep pace with the top-ranked global broadband...

HP IQ775 TouchSmart Desktop PC

11/01/2007, HP has released its IQ775 TouchSmart Desktop PC that targets the kitchen-and-den PC market, giving families the opportunity to leave video messages for one another as well as access required information. This AMD-powered machine will come with 2GB RAM, a...

NEC dual-display desktop LCD bundle

11/01/2007, NEC has just announced its new dual-display desktop LCD product bundle that comes with a couple of NEC 19″ MultiSync LCD195VX+ displays as well as Matrox’s DualHead2Go Graphics eXpansion Module (GXM). As every computer user knows, any...

G-Drive releases mini Triple

11/01/2007, G-Technology has just introduced yet a handful of triple interface models from its popular G-DRIVE mini portable hard drive line, bringing a balance of performance and portability for today’s road warriors with 5,400 or 7,200 RPM SATA hard drives....

LG GSA-E60N claims high-speed record

10/31/2007, Forget HD DVD and Blu-ray for the moment – LG has released its GSA-E60N DVD writer that places it at the top of performance charts, burning DVD+/-R at 20x. This feat is not the only one in town though as Samsung has achieved a similar speed with its...

Dot Earth blog from NYTimes

10/31/2007, NYTimes.com, the most visited newspaper site in the US, has just launched its Dot Earth blog that focuses on the growing human impact on our planet’s health. This new online community allows folk like you and I to discover and discuss ways people...

Asus HR-0205T Optical Disc Drive

10/31/2007, Asus has just unveiled the HR-0205T Optical Disc Drive that caters to the hardcore entertainment fan, featuring high definition movie playback, multi-functionality and quiet operations. The Asus HR-0205T Optical Disc Drive operates at a mere 23.7dB for...

Leopard upgrade kills wireless

10/31/2007, There are certain segments of Mac users who are reporting a number of problems concerning their wireless connections after upgrading to Leopard – and one of the biggest problems faced so far is the steady degradation of their wireless link. The...