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XT1100 rugged Tablet PC runs off VIA

06/05/2007, Rugged computers seem to be more commonplace these days as consumers appreciate the value of having their data remain intact despite the accidental spill or drop. The XT1100 rugged Tablet PC from ACA Digital does not come with Intel’s latest Santa...

Toshiba SD-L912A for notebooks

06/04/2007, Toshiba has just dropped the SD-L912A HD DVD-RW drive for notebooks, but that isn’t the only good news. The best thing about the SD-L912A is its thickness of a mere 0.5″, making it take the slimmest crown at the same time. Too bad the...

GoBook MR-1 is a toughie

06/04/2007, General Dynamics has just released the GoBook MR-1, and this is one tough little number in terms of UMPC models. Weighing a couple of pounds and measuring roughly the size of a small jewelry box, the GoBook MR-1 comes with wireless LAN, Bluetooth, GPS...

Van Eck phreaking sounds scary

06/03/2007, Ever heard of Van Eck phreaking? This process describes a form of electronic eavesdropping that captures invisible radiation emitted from a computer monitor remotely. Done right, the exact image on the monitor can be reconstructed remotely, and all this...

Asus Lamborghini VX2 roars with power

06/03/2007, Asus’ collaboration with Lamborghini has resulted in yet another high performance notebook, and this time it is the VX2 that hogs the limelight. Painted in the same Midas Yellow found on the Gallardo Superleggera, the VX2 boasts an Intel Core 2 Duo...

LG XNote R500 released

06/01/2007, LG has recently released the XNote R500 notebook that runs on Intel’s latest Santa Rosa platform. This ain’t no momma’s boy as it does away with those pansy integrated graphics cards, settling for a mid-range video card, a lovely elastic...

LG GGW-H10NI does Blu-ray and HD DVD

06/01/2007, For those of you who want to jump onto the high definition bandwagon on your computer ought to check the LG GGW-H10NI Super Multi Blue BD Drive/HD DVD Reader out. This multi-drive supports read/write capabilities of a Blu-ray disc, while reading HD DVDs...

Raon launches Everun UMPCs in Korea

06/01/2007, Raon Digital has just introduced the Everun line of UMPCs in Korea, consisting of the Everun Standard and Everun Lite. We shall take a look at the former for obvious reasons, as the beefier Everun weighs a mere 460 grams while packing in a 4.8″ WVGA...

Lenovo unleash X-series computers

05/31/2007, Lenovo are priming themselves to unveil the latest line up of X-series laptops and tablet PCs which are powered by Intel’s new Santa Rosa platform. The X61, X61s and X61 Tablet all come with WAN cellular connectivity, 802.11n draft support, Gigabit...

Fujitsu unveils Fab concept computer

05/31/2007, There are plenty of innovative brains at Fujitsu, and the Fab PC strengthens that claim. This design study might be vaporware at the moment, but it will surely lay the groundwork for future notebook designs. The Fab PC uses fabric as part of the...

Palm Foleo mobile companion

05/30/2007, Palm has just released a Linux-based 2.5lbs “mobile companion” called Foleo. It is capable of running basic productivity software such as email, web browser, word processing and so on… It is an “instant-on” (no boot) device...

Security suite on an USB stick

05/30/2007, Fancy storing all 13 security applications to keep your computer safe and sound from nasty external attacks and viruses on a single USB flash drive? Yoggie Security Systems has just released such a device known as the Yoggie Pico, giving computer users...

Microsoft Surface Computer set to wow

05/30/2007, It is amazing how Microsoft managed to keep the Surface Computer secret throughout the five years it took to develop, perhaps they employed the same strategy Blizzard did to keep their employees mum on StarCraft II? I digress, the Microsoft Surface...

IOGear Smartlink cable for Vista

05/29/2007, Do you have a couple of computers in the home running on Vista and XP respectively? File migration between both computers is made easy with the IOGear Smartlink Cable, doing away with the need for middleman storage devices ala external hard drives and...