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PQI Intelligent Drive i818

06/09/2008, What’s so smart about the PQI Intelligent Drive i818? Is it the 360° rotating mechanism that does away with the need for a cap?Well, I’ll never know I guess, but what I do know is this USB flash drive packs a unique COB packaging technology...

Wine Stopper USB Memory Stick

06/05/2008, I wonder what took so long for the Wine Stopper USB Memory Stick to be conceived. After all, nothing much is sacred anymore when it comes to USB flash drives, so might as well go all the way with this idea. I like the fact that you can always get a whiff...

Vertical MacBook Dock

06/05/2008, For folks who use their MacBook as an external monitor, this vertical MacBook dock ought to help keep things in order. Known as the Floater (for obvious reasons), it aims to maximize air flow around your MacBook, totally reducing the risk of it...

Asus Mini PC Nova Lite PX24

06/04/2008, Asus has just rolled out its latest offering – the compact Mini PC Nova Lite PX24 that measures a mere 242mm x 184mm x 51mm while tipping the scales at 1.5kg. Touted to be the smallest mini PC in the world, it still manages to cram in a dedicated...

LG has new Blu-ray Drives

06/03/2008, LG isn’t going to rest on its laurels anytime soon, announcing a new line of Blu-ray optical drives that feature one of the fastest Blu-ray reading and writing speed of 6x. The new models in question are the BE06, GBC-H20L and GBW-H20L, featuring...

NVIDIA Launches Geforce 9M GPUs

06/03/2008, With GeForce 9M, NVIDIA is bringing features like HybridPower and GeForce Boost, two features previously available on desktop PCs, to notebooks. These features are designed to use the minimum amount of power when simple tasks are performed, or provide the...

Asus 10-inch Eee 1000 Becomes Official

06/02/2008, The Asus Eee 1000 rumor mill can stop: Asus made it official at Computex (Taiwan) that a 10″ Asus Eee 1000 and 1000(H) would be available soon. Obviously, the screen size and resolution are better, but the keyboard is larger as well. According to...

SanDisk Intros pSSD

06/02/2008, SanDisk has rolled out its new pSSD, also known as Parallel ATA solid state drive, which does away with the need for a hard drive while offering all the advantages of a solid state drive, albeit in a much smaller form factor that will definitely delight...

Asus Reveals WiMax Plans

06/02/2008, Asus has shed some light on its upcoming WiMax plans. In short: it will include Intel’s WiMAX (that was quick, huh?). Expect a host of demonstrations at Computex this week at the Taipei International Convention Center (ASUS booth, located at booth...

Asus Eee Box B202 Details

06/02/2008, Here’re more specifications for the Asus Eee Box B202 that will hit the US pretty soon, and I’m sure there is a bunch of you out there who can’t stop yourselves from drawing comparisons with the Wii. Still, here are the nitty gritty of...

Cannon PC Media Center

05/29/2008, Cannon PC will be introducing both its Home and Pro A/V series Media Center PCs that feature pre-installed dual CableCARDs, and for those who clearly practise the adage “patience is a virtue”, they will receive the quad-CableCARD model...

Duct Tape PC

05/29/2008, I didn’t know that duct tape was strong enough to build an entire PC case, but as Adidas’ ad campaign would have it, “impossible is nothing.” The DuctTape is a long-term project that sees a computer case being the end product which...

TN120R DIY Tablet PC

05/29/2008, Ripple from Korea rolled out its new DIY tablet PC known as the TN120R, although I’m not too sure where the DIY part comes in. Do I have to actually piece it together? After all, it does look as though it comes all ready to function out-of-the-box....

Dell Mini Inspiron

05/28/2008, Guess Dell wants to jump onto the mini UMPC bandwagon as well, with a mini Inspiron (not the official name as there is no announcement from Dell just yet) being the fruit of their labors. There is no word on what operating system will this diminutive...