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Hot Computer Reviews


Zonbu the extreme budget PC

05/07/2007, If you’re looking out for a cheap computer, they don’t come any cheaper than the Zonbu. Due this summer, the Zonbu measures roughly the size of a paperback book comes with 4GB of flash memory on board, and the ability to back up your data...

OQO Model 2 now with HSDPA

05/07/2007, Flickr user Tnkgrl (what’s with the lack of vowels these days anyway?) got tired of waiting for her EV-DO card to catch up with her surfing demands on her OQO Model 2 that she performed some good old fashioned tinkering by throwing out the EV-DO...

RCA Small Wonder syncs to Box.net

05/07/2007, I’ve recently played with the RCA Small Wonder and checked its claim of being super-easy to use for non-techies who want to share photos and videos with their families. I tested it with the box.net online storage service that is new to me as well....

HP Pavilion HDX gaming notebook

05/06/2007, HP enters the gaming notebook fray by releasing the HP Pavilion HDX that boasts high performance gaming parts that augurs well for gamers and entertainment seekers alike. The specifications of the HDX resemble that of a desktop more than a notebook,...

Acer Gemstone laptop design

05/04/2007, Acer has a new laptop design up its sleeves known as Gemstone. Developed in partnership with BMW, the Gemstone will replace the outgoing Aspire line of laptops and comes in a curvy, black exterior. Both AMD and Intel processors will be used in the...

Microsoft DigiDesk concept

05/03/2007, Microsoft’s “Center for Information Work” concept is known as the DigiDesk, and it aims to bring a new level of interactivity between the user and his work thanks to a two-pane workstation which is comprised of touch-sensitive panels,...

RhinoSkin Universal Aluminum Hardcase

05/03/2007, Protecting your laptop on your travels is essential considering the amount of sensitive information contained within, hence the Universal Aluminum HardCase from RhinoSkin. Large enough to fit in most laptops or notebooks, the RhinoSkin HardCase was built...

Electronic paper for Metro concept

05/03/2007, The external display of Intel’s concept notebook, the Metro Notebook, is actually an electronic paper manufactured by Prime View International of Taiwan. This outside display shuns monochrome as it shows various information such as incoming e-mail,...

Comfish takes good care of your fish

05/02/2007, Wecoms has recently debuted its innovative personal fishbowl known as the Comfish in Korea. This unique device is smart enough to control the conditions within a fishbowl through a computer. Some of the adjustable settings include bubble production,...

Cathena CX UMPC from Data Evolution

04/29/2007, Data Evolution has announced its first UMPC that targets the North American market, known as the Cathena CX. This UMPC comes in an extremely portable form factor, featuring a 7″ touchscreen display, a near full size QWERTY keyboard, WiFi and...

Mice gets snuggly with MouseRug

04/29/2007, The MouseRug range of mousepads definitely add a nice touch to the desktop, but somehow I have a strange feeling that gamers will probably avoid this like the plague. After all, there are a wide range of designs to choose from but somehow or rather they...

Philips X200 makes like a goose

04/26/2007, The Philips X200 laptop definitely does not look anything like its peers today, featuring an extendable widescreen display that reminds you of a regular LCD monitor used with desktops. The display can also be adjusted nearer to the user, making it perfect...

Amiga announces PowerPC-based systems

04/25/2007, Amiga has made Mac users proud by announcing a couple of PowerPC-based systems, where one of them will be an entry-level computer with a target price that won’t hurt the pocket ($500), while the other is a high-end version that targets enthusiasts,...

Driv-N system offers voice control

04/24/2007, HiPe PC has just launched its Driv-N device that runs on Microsoft Windows Vista Media Center and powered by One Voice’s voice control technology. Touted to be the ultimate in-vehicle entertainment experience that fits into virtually every vehicle,...