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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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Portable PC Theater concept

12/13/2007, The Portable PC Theater concept was specially designed for your entertainment, so you don’t get a display to go along with it. Instead, it comes equipped with a built-in projector that can be removed for better positioning. Flanking the projection...

Zebra Blu-ray/HD DVD player

12/13/2007, Addonics Technologies unveiled the Zebra Blu-ray / HD DVD optical storage solution which enables your computer to play movies in both formats, making this yet another hybrid drive to arrive on the market albeit on the PC platform. In addition to handling...

Toshiba offers new 1.8-inch HDDs

12/13/2007, Toshiba leads the way again with its new range of 1.8″ hard drives that target both computer and consumer electronics (CE) applications. The high capacity 120GB model that will be used in notebooks as well as the single platter 80GB and 60GB models...

FigurePrints bring WoW characters alive

12/12/2007, Ever wondered what your World of Warcraft (WoW) character would look like as an action figure? Wonder no more with FigurePrints – a service that allows WoW fanatics to pick up their virtual character in a figurine format. You’ll need to pay a...

Giant NES controller holds PC inside

12/12/2007, While this NES PC emulator is definitely something worth drooling over, along comes a giant NES controller that has been created specially to hold a PC inside. This mammoth controller was built as a school project by students in Sweden. The entire system...

USB Missile launcher – now with webcam

12/11/2007, We all know that that future of the office battlefield lies in robots and foam-missile USB launchers. Until today, opponents had to be wary of the possible retaliation coming from the cubicle next to them. This time is over: the second version of the USB...

Omaura TT Media Center PC concept

12/11/2007, This “TT” concept is a Media Center PC by Omaura North America. It is built to stand nearby a flat TV and I bet that it looks really good if the TV is fixed to the wall. The idea is really nice and we have yet to see it fully implemented, but...

AskEraser Can privacy control give Ask.com an edge?

12/11/2007, In case you don’t know many search engines store all the search requests, including the IP address, the search phrase (and potentially more) for future data-mining. This causes some users to worry for the privacy of their search usage, as a company...

UPOP launches multi-tasking device

12/11/2007, UPOP of Korea has rolled out its very first device that seems to come with everything but the kitchen sink. Available in either 30GB or 60GB capacities, you get an SD memory card slot, a 4.8″ TFT display, compatibility with AVI, DivX, WMV, MPEG-4,...

D-Link to make 802.11n affordable

12/11/2007, D-Link has plans to lower the price of its 802.11n router to less than the half century mark in order to undercut rivals such as Belkin, Linksys, and SMC. While D-Link is known to offer some of the lowest-cost wireless routers on the market, dipping under...

ASUS allows Eee memory upgrade

12/10/2007, A number of Asus Eee ultra-portable computers have shipped with a “Warranty Void If Removed” on the memory access door. This label might have rebuked users who otherwise wanted to upgrade their Eee with more memory (normally 1GB. Up to 2GB...

LaCie Neil Poulton hard drive

12/10/2007, LaCie has a new hard drive by Neil Poulton and judging by its image, you can safely say that minimalism is just what the doctor ordered. It comes in a glossy black case along with a soft, blue glow that will thrill purists where design is concerned. The...

128GB SSD Drive from Toshiba

12/10/2007, Toshiba is introducing a new line of SSD drives, coming in 3 capacities: 32GB, 64GB and 128GB. The drives will ship in volumes in March 2008, according to Toshiba. Here are the specifications: SATA2 interface 100MB/s peak read speed 40MB/s peak write...

USB-powered Santa Boots

12/09/2007, This pair of USB-powered Santa Boots help keep your feet warm during the cold winter, and while Santa himself doesn’t have any USB port to plug these in to, I’m sure his pair are powered by some sort of elven magic. There are a bunch of other...