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Ultra-low power display technology

09/13/2007, It’s been known for a long-time that displays are energy hogs and given that battery life is the most problematic issue for mobile computing, someone needs to find a way to improve it. Unipixel is a company who claims to have nailed it down. A...

One2OneMate StudentMate computer

09/13/2007, The One2OneMate StudentMate is a hybrid device, comprising of those electronic toy computers and an UMPC. It features a 7″ color touchscreen display at 800 x 480 resolution, WiFi and Ethernet connectivity, and a full size laptop keyboard. A Linux...

Lenovo Blue Sky A61e solar powered PC

09/12/2007, Lenovo has a new PC in town known as the Blue Sky A61e, and what makes this computer stand apart from the rest is its ability to be powered by an optional solar panel. Yes folks, this is as green as it gets for the moment, and Lenovo certainly...

Simple Drive PS Review

09/11/2007, By guest editor Michael Nguyen I showed off the device around at work and most of the feedback I got for it was; “Wow, is that an external drive?” quickly followed by; “Oh wow, designed by Pininfarina”. For the record, I...

BiTMICRO 416GB SSD in 2.5-inch drive

09/11/2007, BiTMICRO is certainly leaving everyone else eating dust when it comes to solid state hard drives, with plans to release a 416GB version crammed into a 2.5″ form factor sometime early next year. This new 2.5″ ATA/ATAPI-7 PATA solid state drive...

Saitek Cyborg P3600 Rumble Pad

09/11/2007, Saitek has released the Cyborg P3600 Rumble Pad which enables you to choose different layouts depending on which suits you better, so you don’t have to adapt your hands to it like how other gamepads work. This is made possible via an analog...

Dell PowerVault MD3000i

09/10/2007, The Dell PowerVault MD3000i is a storage area network array based on an iSCSI standard which functions perfectly on any company’s existing Ethernet network, and holds the edge as it is cheaper than installing fiber networks. A fully configured...

Covert Keylogger Keyboard

09/10/2007, If you’re the sneaky type who wants to know what other people’s passwords are (as well as the contents of their email) will definitely find this Covert Keylogger Keyboard deviously delicious. It comes with 2MB of onboard storage and is capable...

Maxtor One Touch 4 Lineup

09/05/2007, The One Touch series of hard drives is positioned as a potent backup tool for the enthusiasts. Three new models have just been launched: Maxtor One Touch 4 (from 250GB/$100 – 750GB/$270) Maxtor One Touch 4 Plus (from 250GB/$130 – 1TB/$360)...

Seagate ultra-fast Cheetah 15k.6

09/05/2007, The Seagate Cheetah series has been a favorite among high-end enthusiast for some time now. With its high rotation speed of 15k Revolution Per Minute (RPM), it can sustain much higher transfer rates compared to conventional disks. The connoisseur will...

MCell HDD has 1GB of smart cache

09/05/2007, There seems to be some confusion about the DTS MCell Hard Drive. It has been described by many sites/blog as a hybrid Solid State Drive (SSD) because it uses 1GB of DDR memory. Tell me if I’m wrong but standard DDR memory (Double Data Rate, commonly...

Dell M6300 Precision notebook

09/04/2007, Dell has certainly done a good job in the new M6300 Precision notebook, bringing an Intel Core 2 Duo Extreme Edition processor as well as Nvidia’s Quadro graphics to the end user. This workhorse definitely offers desktop performance in a notebook...

Mitsubishi Braille CD-R is brilliant

09/04/2007, This is one of those “Why didn’t I think of that before?” moments – Mitsubishi has just released the Braille CD-R media that features a couple of layers of high viscosity ink which creates 0.1mm Braille bumps, enabling those...

NEC unveils new LaVie series laptops

09/04/2007, NEC has been pretty busy lately, and this has resulted in a trio of new LaVie Series laptops – the LaVie C, LaVie L Advanced Type and LaVie L Standard Type. The LaVie C takes the cake when it comes to specifications, so we’ll just concentrate...