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Fujitsu Celsius N460 workstation

10/16/2007, Fujitsu has a new workstation in the form of the Celsius N460 that is available as a Build To Order unit. Inside lies an Intel X38 Express chipset, powered by an Intel Core 2 Quad 6700 2.66GHz processor, an Nvidia GeForce 7300 LE graphics card, and 1GB...

Asus Eee PC with Windows!

10/16/2007, At the Asus Eee PC launch in Taipei, Asus estimated that 200k units of the low-priced computer ($199 and above) would be sold this quarter and 3 million next year. The real news was that Asus intended to have a Windows XP version, after saying for a long...

Napster 4.0 out now

10/16/2007, Napster 4.0 is finally out, and this version is a major overhaul that will remove the need for Windows while offering a degree of improvement to the actual service itself. Napster 4.0 will boast being one of the first services that offers an almost...

Toshiba Satellite Pro line returns

10/16/2007, Toshiba has just released the A200 and A210 business notebooks today that hail from the Satellite Pro line. The main difference between the two lies not only in the naming convention, but the amount of processing power within. The A200 will be powered by...

Hitachi announced 4TB HDDs by 2011. So?

10/15/2007, Shocker: Hitachi says that storage capacity will continue to grow the way it has been growing until now, doubling every two years. What’s the news? Not much. Although there is a risk that hard drives will reach a storage-per-square-inch limit at...

Hitachi to bring 4TB HDDs in 2011

10/14/2007, Hitachi has successfully developed the smallest read-head technology for hard drives in the world, and will most probably use this technology to quadruple current storage capacity limits to a whopping 4TB for a desktop hard drive, and one quarter that...

ATI TV Wonder 650 Combo on sale

10/14/2007, Looks like those who have been hankering after the ATI TV Wonder 650 Combo USB external ATSC/NTSC TV tuner are in luck – BestBuy.com has currently placed it up for sale. It will retail for $149 and supports both analog and digital signals. In...

Logitech G9 laser mouse unboxing

10/12/2007, Behold, the Logitech G9 laser mouse! This is supposed to be the Ferrari of gaming mice from the Logitech stable, and it certainly is a beauty to behold. From the images in the photo gallery, you’ll be able to check out its interchangeable grips and...

ViewSonic VX1940w LCD monitor

10/12/2007, ViewSonic will be releasing the VX1940w LCD monitor later next month, and this unit will carry the honor of being the first widescreen 19″ LCD display in the world that combines 1,680 x 1,050 super high resolution with an ultra-fast response time of...

NaviSurfer In-Dash Windows XP Computer

10/12/2007, VIC Limited has build in an In-Dash Windows XP computer that runs Windows XP to power GPS navigation, Multimedia and whatever else XP does. It is connected via GSM/CDMA, Bluetooth and WiFi and user can interact with it by using the 7 inches, 800×480...

More on Dell tablet rumors

10/11/2007, Rumors of a Dell tablet have been circulating for a few months now, as this seems the most logical market segment to penetrate for a company that has yet to release such a device. Unfortunately, Dell has remained mum over the issue all this time but even...

Second Life opens in Korea

10/11/2007, Linden lab has inked a deal with Korean company T-entertainment to run Second Life in Korea. A move to Korea is quite logical as it is one of the most (broadband) connected country in the world. I’m curious to see if the low-quality of Second...

New generation of Panasonic UniPhier

10/11/2007, Panasonic has just released the next generation of UniPhier that takes advantage of MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, a compression/decompression method used for HD content. This chip’s job is to compress full-HD large image data down to...

Gefen wireless USB extender

10/11/2007, Gefen recently unveiled its own wireless USB extender that allows you to hook up to four USB 2.0 peripherals within a 100 foot radius from the computer. This will definitely go a long way in cutting down the amount of cabling and wires, helping you keep...