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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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Modbook begins to ship

12/31/2007, The highly anticipated Modbook from Axiotron will begin to ship, and the first fully functional Apple-authorized tablet Mac solution also holds the honor of being the only one in the market at time of publishing. Axiotron’s Modbook integrates a...

Apricron DriveWire – Quick HDD cloning via USB

12/28/2007, The DriveWire is a box that converts any bare hard drive (SATA, PATA) to a USB drive. It’s quick: you just need to plug your drive in the connector and voila. It ships with “EZ Gig II”, a (HDD) backup software that can clone a drive...

Intel Skultrail – 8 cores, 4 GPUs

12/28/2007, If you didn’t know Gaming (or “Enthusiast”) computers is where all the margins are in the PC industry. Even though Intel has a dominant position on the industry in general, the company thinks that it needs to work on its...

LLuon Crystal mini PC

12/28/2007, These days, people tend to prefer getting a laptop rather than a mini-PC because the laptop is clean looking, small, mostly cable-free and most importantly, good enough. This LLuon computer makes me at least want to look at one of these again, and I could...

Everun WiBro S60H UMPC

12/28/2007, This ultra-mobile PC (UMPC) by Korean company Raon has a WiBro wireless internet module. It runs on an AMD LX900 processor and has 60GB of storage (hard disk). It costs around $850 in Korea, but we don’t know if/when it will be exported and at what...

Optimus Tactus Keyboard Based On a Touch Display

12/28/2007, Art Lebedev, widely known for their OLED keyboard (coming soon) has devised a new concept called Optimus Tactus that takes the display keyboard concept to the next level, and might (surprisingly) be easier to build, program and produce. This would...

USB Punch Head

12/28/2007, If your workload’s piling up at the office, it makes sense to have the USB Punch Head around for some comic relief. Powered via USB, you can smack it on its head whenever the pressure gets too much for you, or if your boss has just given you an...

DVD Coach Single Target Duplicator

12/27/2007, Duplicate DVDs on the go with the DVD Coach Single Target Duplicator. This portable disc duplicator is compact and can pack in a couple of disc trays into less space than what a standard external drive would take up. Write speeds currently stand at 8x for...

2008 sees 12-inch notebook touchscreens

12/27/2007, Looks like the second half of next year will see 12″ notebooks come with touchscreen displays that are virtually indistinguishable from their view-only counterparts. AU Optronics is tipped to be working on a 12.1″ LCD display that uses in-cell...

Wisair Wireless USB Module

12/26/2007, Wireless USB is not common yet, but devices like the Wisair Wireless USB Module might bridge the gap between ubiquitous wired USB devices and their (upcoming) wireless USB counterparts. The goal is to turn USB 1.1 or 2.0 devices into a wireless USB...

Small, Portable CD/DVD duplicator

12/26/2007, I don’t know if there warez parties these days, but if there were, this EZ Dupe duplicator would be very popular there. The device must be slightly bigger than four CD boxes stacked on top of each other. It copies DVDs at 8x speeds and CDs at 16x...

Netgear Announces New ReadyNAS Devices

12/26/2007, Netgear’s new line-up of network attached storage (NAS) devices have capacities ranging from 1.5TB to 4TB of data, depending on the drive capacity and RAID configuration that you opt for. As their name indicates, they are accessible from an Ethernet...

Optimus OLED Keyboard Pushed to February 2008

12/26/2007, We have been talking about the Optimus OLED keyboard since 2006, and the wait is not over: the Optimus Keyboard won’t be fully ready until February 2008, because the software hasn’t been completely worked out. If you haven’t heard of...