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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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Toshiba Qosmio G45-AV690

01/06/2008, [CES 2008] The Qosmio line of portable computer has been synonymous of high performance and great design ever since it came out. The Qosmio G45-AV690 is no different: it pushes the boundary of the media center laptop. We particularly liked the Rewritable...

Logitech diNovo Mini – First Hands-On!

01/05/2008, [CES 2008] The Logitech diNovo Mini is a Media Center remote control that features a full QWERTY keyboard and looks good on the coffee table. (Ubergizmo’s photo gallery. Official photo gallery) When we got to play with the Logitech diNovo Mini, it was...

Logitech Harmony One – First Hands-On!

01/05/2008, [CES 2008] Today, Logitech is launching its ultimate universal remote, saying that it tooks 2 years of research and over 1000 participants in focus groups. The key feature of this elegant remote is the online database of 225,000 devices from more than...

Logitech Z Cinema Advanced Surround Sound System

01/05/2008, [CES 2008] Film buffs who are walking the budget tightrope can look forward to the Logitech Z Cinema Advanced Surround Sound System which claims to reproduce dialogue, symphonic film soundtracks, explosive gaming audio and subtle ambient sound accurately....

Genius Traveler 350

01/04/2008, I wonder how many people still use trackballs these days when it comes to computing – other than the industrial environment where the use of a mouse wastes space, there is very little need for a trackball in the home or at the office. Still, that...

Garmin unleash Mobile PC

01/03/2008, [CES 2008] Garmin has just announced the Garmin Mobile PC navigation package that automatically endows your notebooks with powerful navigation capability. Not only does Mobile PC provide a cheap avenue to extend the capability of your existing notebook,...

Lenovo Ideapad Y510, Y710

01/03/2008, [CES 2008] Lenovo (ex-IBM) is usually synonymous with very good quality business laptops with a boring (but efficient) design. Lenovo wants to change that and the “Idea” brand is how the company intends to enter the consumer market (which is...

HP MediaSmart TV

01/02/2008, HP plans to use its computer background to get an edge over the competing HDTV manufacturers: it plans to make its TV smarter, something that Samsung or LG might have hard time to do, due to a lack of software expertise. Only time will tell if that...

HP Pavilion HDX 20.1-inch Notebook

01/02/2008, [CES 2008] We would rather call it a desktop replacement: with its 20.1” display, the HP Pavilion HDX is impressive at first sight. Playing with it, we liked a few things in particular: Display: the dual hinge provides better ergonomics. The screen...

HP Pavilion TX2000 Tablet PC

01/02/2008, [CES 2008] The HP Pavilion TX2000 is a 12.1” Tablet PC that is designed to have everything that a student needs… to study and to keep in touch with the family. The tablet format can come in handy, if one wants to do a quick drawing or even...

HP Pavilion Elite m9150f

01/02/2008, [CES 2008] I remember the days where you had to drop $2500 to get a good Media Center PC. These days for $1160, you can get something like the m9150f: a high-end CPU, plenty of storage and a high-definition optical disc. Just like for the AMD-based...

HP Pavilion Media Center m8330f

01/02/2008, [CES 2008] AMD’s Phenom is getting some love from HP with this m8330f Media Center PC. Obviously, it has a NTSC/ATSC TV Tuner, 3GB of RAM, 640GB (2×320) of storage and a video-friendly GeForce 8500 GT graphics card. However, it lacks the High...

HP Pavilion Slimline s3330f Desktop Computer

01/02/2008, It is easy to see that the HP s3330f is small – only one-third of the size of the average desktop PC. The second interesting feature is the Blu-Ray/HD-DVD combo drive – yes the very thing that makes the HD-war irrelevant has been integrated by...

HP w2207h and w2408h widescreen displays

01/02/2008, [CES 2008] HP has updated 22” and 24” widescreen monitors: the “h” in the name stands for HDMI, because that’s the main difference, compared to the w2207 and w2408. The photos don’t really do justice to these displays...