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TabletKiosk ships Sahara Slate PC i440D

08/01/2007, TabletKiosk has just dropped news that its Sahara Slate PC i440D is finally shipping, bringing to the market yet another device that boasts both pen and touchscreen input courtesy of Wacom digitizer technology. Connectivity options include PCMCIA Type II,...

YouSendIt: the “online Fedex” for large files

08/01/2007, [Always On - Stanford Summit] I was attending the Standford Summit Conference, and at the opening reception I met with Ranjith Kumaran, the VP Marketing of YouSendIt. In the file sharing arena there is a lot of competition and it is difficult to...

AimBlade for ergonomic support

08/01/2007, Using the mouse for extended periods of time could result in RSI in the future, and the AimBlade intends to solve this problem by offering ergonomic support for strongly stressed ranges whenever you utilize the mouse. It works better than any chair...

Logitech KINETIK offers safety

08/01/2007, Unless you’re one fo the privileged few who are willing to drop some serious coin to pick up a ruggedized notebook, giving your notebook adequate protection when traveling is of utmost importance. The Logitech KINETIK 15.4 Backpack takes the shape...

BTO plusdeck EX audio conversion system

07/30/2007, If you’re thinking of turning your computer into an analog audio conversion system, that can be made possible by hooking up the BTO plusdeck EX via USB. This device will be able to transfer whatever’s left of your ancient, molding cassette...

Watercooled hard drive to the fore

07/30/2007, We’ve all heard and seen watercooled solutions for overclocked processors, but don’t forget that other parts of the computer also emit heat! The hard drive is one example, and NEC and Hitachi have both collaborated to bring the first...

Lomak controls your PC

07/29/2007, How would you like to simplify the controls on your computer? The Lomak manages to do that, operating your computer through the use of a light pointer. One benefit would be accomodating those who have difficulty working with traditional input devices...

HP HDX Entertainment notebook

07/27/2007, Entertainment notebooks aren’t really meant to be used at home, but they work great if you’re trying to get a pseudo-home theater environmnet while on the road. HP has just unveiled the HDX Entertainment notebook that weighs a massive 15.5...

Saitek LCD gauges for flight sim buffs

07/27/2007, If you’re a huge fan of flight simulators, you’re in for a treat with this offering from Saitek. Featuring a set of LCD gauges, you will be able to check out information from these LCD screens thanks to special game drivers. Currently, Saitek...

Logitech Cordless Desktop Wave

07/26/2007, Logitech announces a new ergonomic keyboard, the Cordless Desktop Wave that uses the Comfort Wave Design, which lays out the keys in 3d dimensions. Previous ergonomic keyboards were curves in one axis, but Logitech had added a bump (visible on the photo)...

Chinook claims it is invincible

07/20/2007, Chinook, a checkers playing computer has laid claim that is can never be defeated, while a draw is a remote possibility. This is a pretty bold claim to make, but compared to chess, checkers is way less complicated. Normal folks like you and I will...

Everex Impact GC3502 green PC

07/18/2007, The Everex Impact GC3502 computer is meant to be easy on both the environment and your wallet, consuming a mere 20W of power at most thanks to the inclusion of a 1.5GHz VIA C7-D processor. Not only that, other specifications are pretty entry level...

Desknote Sens G25 from Samsung

07/17/2007, I’m not too sure why anyone would want to lug around a desktop replacement notebook for business purposes since a PowerPoint slide rarely requires such raw power, but that hasn’t stopped Samsung from unveiling the Desknote Sens G25 notebook....

TrekStor unveils 1TB DataStation

07/17/2007, TrekStor has just revealed its highest capacity hard drive, holding up to 1TB of data in a single location. The DataStation from TrekStor is compatible with Mac, Linux, and Windows systems, and adopts a 3.5″ external USB enclosure to keep all your...