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PCs, Macs and other “large” computers may seem like the old players in today’s mobile world, but try living without one of those, and you’ll realize that they are still the most comfortable form of computing around.

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NVousPC notebook looks rad

11/29/2007, This notebook from NVousPC known as the Britto PC looks absolutely out of this world, featuring illustrations of pop painter Romero Britto’s work known as “Mia’s Jungle” all over its surface. There is only one model available...

RetroCam USB webcam

11/29/2007, What looks like a standard old camera from the 1920s or 30s is actually a USB webcam that is capable of capturing video as well. Dubbed the RetroCam for obvious reasons, it hooks up to any computer or notebook via USB and mini cables (for audio recording...

Mini-disc adapter from Apple

11/29/2007, Apple is currently developing a hardware solution that enables the shipping of software on mini-discs that could subsequently be used in slot-loading optical drives specially built for standard 12cm CDs and DVDs. Known as the “Compact Memory Disc...

OLPC XO laptop sued

11/28/2007, Who would’ve thought that even the OLPC XO laptop could be sued because of its multilingual keyboard? Lagao Analysis Corporation (LANCOR) has just filed a patent infringement lawsuit against the One Laptop Per Child project and its head Nicholas...

Dell simplifies enterprise search

11/28/2007, Dell will be selling the Google Search Appliance and the Google Mini that helps simplify enterprise search. The Google Search Appliance boasts a distinctive bezel and yellow chassis, targeting larger enterprises while the smaller blue Google Mini is meant...

Razer Pro|type Keyboard Review

11/28/2007, TechwareLabs has published a review of the Razer Pro|type Keyboard with iPod dock. Here’s a clip from the coverage: The Razer Pro|Type keyboard is an ultra slick, backlit, and thin profile keyboard that comes with about every feature you could...

USB Cup Warmer and Hub

11/28/2007, Brando has a new USB Cup Warmer that not only keeps your favorite drink hot at all times, it also boasts an integrated 4-port USB hub and clock functions. It measures 96mm x 104mm x 22mm, making it fit comfortably onto just about any desk. Unfortunately,...

USB to SATA/ESATA with USB Hub

11/28/2007, Talk about trying to cram in as many features as possible – the USB to SATA/ESATA with USB Hub not only makes any SATA/eSATA mass storage device into an instant external USB 2.0 drive, it also doubles up as a 5-port USB hub that provides extra...

orbiTouch keyboard

11/27/2007, The orbiTouch keyboard is definitely very different from the standard 101-key keyboard that you see in the office. This allows you to type without having to press even a single key, since there are none to begin with in the first place. The orbiTouch...

miniXpress Firewire HDD

11/27/2007, The miniXpress Firewire HDD might be small in stature, but it is big on performance. With a capacity that maxes out at 200GB, the miniXpress boasts an Oxford 934 chip and the ability to take in a 7,200rpm drive with a 16mb cache buffer,achieving both...

Dell XPS M1530 launched

11/27/2007, Dell has yet another XPS notebook to offer us – and this time it is the XPS M1530. This mid-range notebook comes with a 15.4″ display, powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo processor (from 1.5GHz up to 2.6GHz), the ability to hold a maximum of 4GB of...

Asus G1S CRYSIS notebook

11/27/2007, Crysis is one game that has gotten gaming folks drooling all over the world due to its amazing graphics that will bring most computers out there to their knees with all the eye candy turned up to the max. Asus is up to the task, however, with a limited...

Casio CW-E60 Disc Title Printer

11/27/2007, The Casio CW-E60 aims to replace your black marker when it comes to writing on your freshly burnt discs. After all, if you’re like me, you’re typing most of the time and your handwriting skills might have faded away. Having something actually...

Defective hard drives in some Mac Books

11/27/2007, The hard disk head can land on the surface and damage the data Apple Insider is reporting that some Mac Books have flawed Seagate hard drives and that there’s a risk of losing data. From the site: “The affect drives — model numbers...