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Microsoft Surface provides Wow experience

07/01/2007, It is interesting to note that a Windows Vista-powered computer smuggled away into a black table base complete with a 30″ touchscreen as the table’s surface provides for an interesting computing experience. The touchscreen comes with five...

Logitech Quickcam Pro 9000

06/28/2007, It’s been a while since I’ve seen a webcam that’s exciting, but the Quickcam Pro 9000 makes me want to revisit that category of devices. Obviously image quality is key for a imaging device so Logitech went to Carl Zeiss, a name that you...

Logitech Quickcam Pro for Notebooks

06/28/2007, The Quickcam Pro for notebooks contains an optic and a hardware equivalent to its sibling: the Quickcam Pro 9000. Its mounting system is different because users can clip it on the top of their laptop’s display, although I wonder how this is going to...

AMD/Microsoft Tag Team for cheap PCs

06/28/2007, AMD and Microsoft have joined forces to bring more affordable computers to countries in the developing world, and this time the computer known as the IQ will retail for approximately $513 in India. These computers might be cheap, but they do pack enough...

Samsung unveils behemoth LCD monitor

06/27/2007, Samsung has recently wowed the world with its range of new LCD monitors, with the 57″ monster taking center stage. That’s a whole lot of desktop space to work with, regardless of what high-powered graphical position you currently hold....

Colossus Turret C-300 hard drive case

06/27/2007, Now this is one of the more impressive hard drive cases that I’ve come across so far – the Colossus Turret C-300. The Turret C-300 can hold up to a quartet of 3.5″ SATA hard drives, enabling users to change hard drives without the need...

HP’s 2007 commercial notebook line is too complex (video)

06/27/2007, Last week, friendly HP product manager Brian Allen explained the new naming for HP’s 2007 line of commercial notebooks. The good news is that the Palo Alto company reduced its number of platforms from 9 to 3 this year: the 2000 series (ultra...

2TB hard drive from Century?

06/27/2007, Nah, not a hard drive but a platform that can hold up to 2TB of data. Century has developed what looks like your regular 2.5″ hard drive, but instead of platters and drive heads inside, what you get are slots that let you drop Compact Flash cards....

Floater harmonizes working environment

06/27/2007, While some of us find working on a notebook no different from the desktop, there are others who prefer to hook up their notebooks to larger displays for a more authentic desktop experience. For those who fall into the latter category, the Floater is just...

Linux PC stored in USB key

06/24/2007, The French are truly crazy, cramming in the equivalent of a full Linux computer into something as small as a USB key that measures 1.4″ x 3.3″. Known as the USB-9260, this USB key is powered by an ARM926EJ-S processor at a 190MHz clock speed...

Samsung mass produces 64GB SSD

06/24/2007, Samsung has taken the initiative to mass produce 1.8″ solid state drives (SSDs) of the 64GB variety, making them the highest density SSD available in today’s market for mobile computing applications. The benefits of SSDs are well-documented,...

Alienware searches for perfection

06/24/2007, Alienware has done it again, bringing those who love gaming on their laptops yet another powerhouse in the form of the m7950. You get a dual graphics card setup with this bad boy (up to 1GB of video memory) and a wide range of Core 2 Duo processors to...

V8 Case Mod speeds to the fore

06/24/2007, This V8 Case Mod offers something different as it looks like one mean racing machine. Complete with 8 valves or racing goodness, you can truly say that the processor is the engine of a computer without crossing your fingers and having your nose grow...

Pink fever hits Fujitsu

06/24/2007, Fujitsu has launched its latest notebook that comes in bright pink – guaranteed to thrill pink lovers worldwide. With up to 9 hours of battery life and weighing a mere 2.63 pounds, this unnamed Fujitsu notebook is certainly suitable for ladies who...