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New hot display technology unveiled

07/06/2007, Hong Kong researchers have successfully developed a new breed of display that consists of a mixture of metal nanoparticles and plastic. The best part about this screen is, it is actually activated thermally, changing color like a chameleon according to...

Lindy Firewire Expresscard launched

07/05/2007, Not all notebooks come with FireWire ports, hence the need for Lindy to launched its 2-Port FireWire ExpressCard. This peripheral targets newer notebooks that use the ExpressCard slot in favor of the obsolete PCMCIA standard, giving you two FireWire ports...

Swan monitors from Samsung

07/05/2007, Samsung has unveiled a bunch of new widescreen monitors known as the Swan. The reason behind that is simple – these monitors were designed after being inspired by a swan, although I don’t see any resemblance other than the cute-looking bird in...

HTC to bring UMPC Shangri-La

07/04/2007, HTC is currently working on an UMPC that blurs the line between notebooks and cellphones. Dubbed the X9500 and going by the dreamy nickname of “Shangri-La”, this utopian effort more or less resembles the Shift notebook and phone hybrid,...

Dynahand system for enhanced security

07/03/2007, Dynahand is an interesting security system that requires the user to just recognize his/her own handwriting without the need to reserve yet more brain cells for another password. Most people don’t create strong passwords anyway, and reuse the same...

FCC approves HP Compaq 2710p

07/03/2007, The HP Compaq 2710p tablet (also known as the Optimator) has just been given the nod by the FCC, so here are some specifications for this ultra slim tablet. An ULV Intel Core 2 Duo processor runs the show on an Intel GM965 chipset, enabling you to stock...

Moneual 902 HTPC with touchscreen

07/03/2007, Are all home theater PCs (HTPCs) alike? The answer is no, and this can be proven by the Moneual 902 HTPC. This impressive computer comes with a 7″ touchscreen on its chassis – something most other manufacturers do no offer. This touchscreen...

Handle-It is easy on the eye

07/02/2007, The Handle-It accessory is truly an essential for any MacBook owner. When bolted onto the underside of a MacBook or MacBook Pro, it doubles up as a handle for easy portability and a heat sink to keep things running cool. Made from Italian pebblestone,...

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...