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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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AMD Intros Computer Brand

04/28/2008, AMD has just rolled out its first computer brand that targets SMBs, getting design and sales help from its major chip customers like Dell Inc. The AMD Business Class desktop PCs will roll out first, followed closely by notebooks sometime in the second...

PC Mag reviews Falcon Northwest FragBox 8500

04/27/2008, The Falcon Northwest FragBox 8500 has undergone rigorous testing from the folks at PC Mag, and here’s their take on it. All things considered, naming the Falcon Northwest FragBox 8500 the new Editors’ Choice in this category was a no-brainer....

USB to eSATA Adapter

04/27/2008, Wish you could turn your SATA or eSATA mass storage device into a convenient external USB 2.0 high-speed drive? Well, that can now be achieved thanks to the USB to eSATA Adapter. This adapter works well with either 2.5” or 3.5” SATA hard...

Medion Akoya Mini Notebook

04/23/2008, Guess the Eee PC legion shows no sign of abating, with the Akoya Mini from Medion being the latest entry in this market segment. This 10″ notebook is powered by Intel’s Atom processor, leaning on a standard hard drive instead of SSD, some form...

Airis Kira 100 to challenge Eee PC

04/23/2008, We all know how well the Eee PC is doing, and everyone loves to be on the winning team. Here’s the Airis Kira 100 that many might mistake for the Eee PC in the first place until closer inspection. The word AIRIS are embossed in identical silver...

Dell Green Mini PC

04/23/2008, This cute little box does not have a name yet, but it has some obvious qualities: it is 80% smaller then a classic mini-tower and consumes 70% less energy. It is packaged and shipped in recyclable cardboard. I could use one of these as a file server or...

Averatec Voya Series Are Tough

04/23/2008, Averatec’s Voya Series of notebooks don’t take things lying down, as both the Voya 4473 (14.1? display) and the Voya 6494 (15.4? widescreen display) will share a magnesium alloy outer case, corner bumpers, and an anti-shock mounted hard drive...

LaCie 500GB Rugged Hard Drive

04/22/2008, LaCie has bumped up its Rugged Hard Drive’s capacity to 500GB, allowing you to tote around more MP3s and video files that you’ll ever need for $400. Designed by Neil Poulton, this external hard drive features a scratch-resistant aluminum shell...

NVIDIA Commemorative Box Edition, for Charity and Fun

04/22/2008, BFG Technologies (a known add-in-card maker) is partnering with NVIDIA to auction 5 cards with a special edition box featuring Jen-Hsun (Jensen) Huang blasting aliens (He is the co-founder and CEO of NVIDIA). This photo was taken by Rick Dahms for the...

24 karat Gold Plated MacBook Air

04/22/2008, The MacBook Air by itself is pretty pricey considering the kind of hardware you get, but Computer Choppers has decided to go the extra mile by producing a 24 karat gold plated version of the MAckBook Air instead. I don’t think anyone who purchased...

Book Computer Concept

04/21/2008, This notebook concept is clearly different form the rest, where the exterior showcases an old tome, but open it up and you will be greeted with modern amneties of a regular laptop including a display, a CD-ROM drive (what, no DVD-ROM?), a removable...

NextComputing introduces Vigor Evo HD

04/21/2008, The Vigor Evo HD from NextComputing has been specially optimized to provide advanced computing power in rugged environments such as military field operations or oil and gas research sites. The Vigor Evo HD is a “flextop,” a high-performance...

Skype Unlimited International Plans

04/21/2008, Skype has brand new plans known as Unlimited International, so they’re pretty self-explanatory. Unlimited here is not up for abuse as it equates to fair use, where each user gets approximately 10,000 minutes per month – that’s roughly 5...