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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...

LG launches S900-UP73K notebook

06/24/2007, LG has launched the S900-UP73K notebook at SEK 2007, and what you get with this 19″ notebook includes a WXGA+ display, a 1.3 megapixel webcam, and a 256MB DirectX 10 video card. Processing duties are provided by an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0GHz processor...

Samsung Q70 unveiled

06/21/2007, Samsung has taken the SEK 2007 event as the platform to launch its Q70 notebook. This diminutively sized piece of portable computing measures a mere 13.3″ and weighs 2.03kg, while running on an Intel Santa Rosa platform. There is an aluminum palm...

Notebooks get stylish Mina bag

06/20/2007, If you’re an owner of a notebook and want to keep it in pristine condition during your travels in a stylish manner, what better way than to pick up the Mina notebook bag from abbi newyork? Targeting mostly women in power suits (younger college-going...

Ruggedbook UMPC does GPS as well

06/19/2007, Just when you thought UMPCs were nothing more than tiny versions of their notebook brethren, the Ruggedbook comes along. This tough nut of an UMPC does not only perform all the other standard stuff that UMPCs do, it also features GPS capability if you...

Concept portable computer design

06/19/2007, Felix Schmidberger has recently unveiled the Compenion concept design for a portable computer, boasting a couple of sliding OLED touchscreens that can be worked with directly, although the power required for two displays will definitely be an issue,...

ColorEdge 24 inch LCD monitor

06/15/2007, ColorEdge has just unveiled its latest 24.1″ LCD monitor known as the CG241W. This LCD monitor displays images in a widescreen format at 1,920 x 1,200 resolution boasting a viewing angle of 178 degrees. Other features of the CG241W includes a...

ASUS N13i gets all tough

06/13/2007, Asus isn’t content with just releasing notebooks, the company is looking to expand its portfolio by releasing rugged versions before the year is over. Take the N13i for example – this hardy piece of technology meets the US military’s...

MacTruck holds its own against trucks

06/13/2007, If you’re an owner of butterfingers like me, getting the MacTruck notebook case is certainly not an option since it’s aluminum alloy case will be able to protect your MacBook or PowerBook against major knocks. A couple of steel latch bars hold...

MSI Megabook loves Swarovski crystals

06/13/2007, Woe to the man who buys his girlfriend a Swarovski crystal ring instead of a real diamond! Unfortunately, when geeks have all but spent most of their money on high tech hardware, they have not much left over to keep the lady in their life happy. Why not...

Intel Erath unveiled at Computex 2007

06/12/2007, Computex 2007 saw the debut of Intel’s spanking new UMPC known as Erath. This device comes with a 5.6″ display that can swivel to give you a landscape orientation while you view Word document and Excel spreadsheets in such a small screen size....

Clevo unveils notebook at Computex 2007

06/12/2007, Clevo has used Computex 2007 as its platform of choice in unveiling its very own HSDPA-capable notebook, bringing you high speed Internet access even when you’re not within the vicinity of a wireless hotspot. Features include an ExpressCard slot, a...