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Samsung unveils SPH-P9000 successor

08/28/2007, Samsung has a brand new UMPC that is guaranteed to knock your socks off – this successor to the SPH-P9000 will come with the ability to hook up to wireless Internet and VoIP courtesy of Mobile WiMax. Features include a spiffy looking folding QWERTY...

Logitech ClearChat Pro and Clearchat Comfort headsets

08/28/2007, The ClearChat Pro is presented by Logitech as being a “high-quality” headset for your multimedia activities on the computer. Audiophiles will probably find that the term “high-quality” is overstated here, but Skype is certainly not...

Bling mouse and mouse pad

08/28/2007, La Chaise Longue has upped the ante when it comes to bling computer peripherals, and this time they are offering a mouse and mouse pad that has been adorned with jewelry. The mousepad itself comes with a built-in calculator at the top segment for easy...

Sony unveils new Vaio LT PC/TV

08/28/2007, Sony has just launched the Vaio LT PC/TV that aims to merge the functions of a computer and entertainment system in a single device, making this suitable for those living in cramped apartments. You get a lovely “floating glass” design that...

Yahoo! Mail gets SMS function

08/26/2007, Yahoo! is currently working on an update to its email client by giving users the functionality of sending text messages to a cellphone for free from Yahoo! Mail. This service is said to work in the US, Canada, India, and Philippines in real-time albeit...

Zerotherm BTF95 flits into computers

08/26/2007, The Zerotherm BTF95 processor heat sink definitely leans toward the feminine side as it was shaped after a butterfly. Made out of copper, that means plenty of surface for cooling purposes. The Zerotherm BTF95 supports current socket AMD and Intel...

LeapFrog ClickStart hands on

08/23/2007, Our friends at Gearlog have gotten their hands on the LeapFrog Clickstart My First Computer that targets three to six-year old kids, giving you a much needed respite from them pounding on your laptop keys as you’re trying to finish up that overdue...

Hitachi Deskstar 7K1000 1TB hard drive

08/23/2007, Hitachi has managed to cram in a whopping 1TB of storage space into a tiny, 3.5″ hard drive. Not only that, the price point makes it an extremely tempting purchase at $344.99. That’s the Hitachi Deskstar 7K1000 for you, and with that amount of...

Toshiba laptops to feature great sound

08/22/2007, Most laptops these days might come with pretty high end specifications, but they’re of little value when it comes to great quality audio. Most of the time, the included speakers are more often than not an afterthought, but Toshiba aims to change...

Logitech G51 Surround Sound System

08/22/2007, Logitech has been known to make some pretty decent speaker systems in the past, and this time the company is offering the G51 Surround Sound Speaker System that boasts 360-degree surround sound complete with dual Matrix modes to help immerse you further...

Logitech Alto Cordless Notebook Stand

08/21/2007, Logitech is expanding its Alto line of notebook stands with the addition of the Wireless Alto. The purpose of the stand is quite obvious: it doesn’t take an ergonomics expert to realize that notebooks aren’t built to be worked on for extended...

Augmentix XTG630 welcomes adversity

08/20/2007, For those who live life on the edge, it makes perfect sense to pick up a notebook that is more than capable of absorbing the occasional shock or drop. The Augmentix XTG630 fits the bill perfectly, featuring the innards of a Dell D630 with an outer shell...

Stone USB key

08/20/2007, Studio Leung has a bunch of crazy USB drives (both products and concepts), but the one that caught our attention is this 4GB USB drive that looks like a stone. It’s made of synthetic resin and should have the exact texture and temperature of a...

Siemens PalmSecure for security niches

08/20/2007, Siemens has teamed up with PalmSecure to create a device that works like a fingerprint reader, except that it scans the palm of your hand and tries to recognize the vein patterns underneath your skin which are unique to each of us. Although it is an...