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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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Acer Announces Aspire X1200

07/08/2008, Acer has just announced the Aspire X1200 desktop PC that caters for those on a tight budget, with prices starting from $450 upwards, depending on the muscle within. The compact chassis measures a mere 10.6″ x 4″ x 14.4″, making it...

Dell E and E Slim

07/07/2008, Hot off the press – it seems as though Dell wants to control the entire computer market, and this time round they have made a foray into the cheap computer pie by releasing the Dell E and E Slim notebooks. There will be a couple of models –...

Heart-shaped USB Flash Drive

07/07/2008, Now this is one of the better looking USB flash drives in the market that boast a spiffy design – it comes in the form of a heart-shaped necklace that doubles up as a fashion accessory in addition to carrying precious photos of the lady and her man...


Vye S41 Mini PC and Tablet Computer

07/04/2008, The S41 is a mini-v which can handle full versions of Microsoft software applications such as Office. A mini-v is a new category of mobile device that is in between a large tablet PC and a small PDA. Since it can function as both a tablet PC as well as a...

Asus B51 Rugged Notebook

07/03/2008, Asus takes the more rugged route with the B51 notebook that was specially built to withstand harsh operating conditions as well as the rigors of constant travel. It features a lightweight yet strong magnesium alloy chassis that provides adequate...

Acer Aspire One 150X Laptop with 120GB HDD.

07/02/2008, The Aspire One released by Acer, is a low-cost notebook which packs a 8.9″, 1,024 x 600 screens, 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 processor, a NAND flash storage module of 8GB or an 80GB hard drive and weighing 2 pounds, now has a version produced with...

Eee Monitor, The iMac from ASUS

07/01/2008, What if you could have an all-in-one computer for $500? That’s where ASUS is heading on with the Eee Monitor, the poor man’s version of the iMac. On the back, the presence of an Ethernet port, a Modem port and many other computer plugs are...

Hang with Mi Mac Mini Rack

06/30/2008, The Mac Mini is already so small, you’d be surprised at the number of creative places you can stuff it in without disrupting the visual flow of a room. Instead of letting your Mac Mini sit/lie in an undignified manner under a pile of books, why not...

NVIDIA PhysX Modded to Run on ATI Hardware? Seems Fishy

06/30/2008, There is a rumor on the NGOHQ forum saying that someone has been able to modify (“mod”) a set of ATI drivers to run NVIDIA’s GPU-accelerated PhysX code on older (pre-4800) ATI cards. At the moment, there is no proof that the claim...

Lenovo IdeaCentre K210

06/30/2008, Lenovo’s newly launched IdeaCentre K210 desktop holds the distinction of being the first desktop model to hit the markets outside of China from Lenovo, featuring the following specifications :- Intel Core 2 Quad Processors4 Intel GMA 3100 integrated...

Rhapsody Sells Music Online Now

06/30/2008, Rhapsody decided that resistance is futile and decided to jump onto the online music store bandwagon, offering prospective buyers the choice of previewing full tracks (25 track limit per month) before deciding whether they’d like to part with their...

RazorBook 400 Announced

06/29/2008, 3K Computers have just announced its second generation of RazorBook 400 mini-notebook, and this time round it won’t weigh more than 2 lbs and will retail for the same, low $299 price point. Definitely an attractive purchase for whoever wants to head...

Darth Vader USB Hub

06/29/2008, Good old Darth Vader never fails to impose himself, and this time the Sith Lord comes in the form of a USB hub. Of course, his chest controls are no longer fancy LED lights that blink randomly, but instead reveal themselves to be a quartet of USB 2.0...