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Intel could offer 45nm chips for UMPCs

03/22/2007, Intel recently dropped a ball stating that they will be working on a new version of processors based on the 45nm process especially for the Ultra Mobile PC (UMPC) market in addition to the current research on 45nm desktop processors. While nothing...

Hammer Storage offers 2TB of space

03/22/2007, The myshare drive from Hammer Storage is, at point of publishing, probably the final solution to all your storage woes as an average Joe who downloads the occasional torrent. Boasting up to 2TB in storage space, the myshare external hard drive features...

Homebrew 4-bit processor

03/21/2007, Viktor, a software engineer by profession, has successfully designed and built his very own 4-bit computer from a bunch of low-level electronic components that comprise mainly of TTL logic gates. When compared against a modern Pentium system (not...

Asus rolls speakers into monitor

03/20/2007, The Asus PG221 is certainly an irony – anyone with a large enough desk space to accomodate a 22″ LCD monitor surely has room to spare for a decent 2.1 speaker system, but Asus decided to roll out the entire package consisting of a monitor and...

Your PC In Your Pocket with MojoPac

03/17/2007, By guest editor Tristan Lorach. Mojopac proposes an interesting solution for people who are fed-up of carrying their laptops or users who don’t like to have too much crap installed on their system. The idea is to have a second Windows OS on an...

Asus launches Xonar D2X at CeBIT

03/16/2007, Asus has launched a couple of products that will definitely hurt Creative with the Xonar D2X and Xonar D2 sound boards that have Creative’s X-Fi in its sights. The Xonar D2X requires a PCIe x1 connector to run, delivering 118dB Sound-to-Noise-Ratio...

Keyboard comes with built-in computer

03/16/2007, Now this has got to be one of the biggest keyboards ever made for the home computer user, but there is a very good reason behind this madness. Somehow with a little faerie dust and engineering genius, the folks who created the ZPC-945SL managed to squeeze...

PC could run on light in future

03/16/2007, What a world it would be if a computer could run on light instead of electronics, helping the earth stay green in the process as less power is consumed. This effort is led by physicists at the University of Bath, and it involves research in attosecond...

Ultra Products unveil budget UPS range

03/15/2007, Ultra Products has rolled out a budget range of UPS that ensures you no longer have any excuse not to pick one up for your home. After all, there is nothing more frustrating than having your work wiped out just because of a brown out. This line of Ultra...

Hardcore Pelican equipment case

03/15/2007, Pelican is offering the new 1495 Equipment Case that guarantees to keep your devices stored within safe from the dangers of water, dust, rust, and nasty knocks that would easily result in a crush. This 494mm x 344mm x 104mm hardcore carrying case is made...

Mouse goes metal

03/15/2007, Road warriors with notebooks often use mice that are too small for prolonged use, which is why the USB Aluminum Flat Mouse is worth taking a look at. This pointing device comes in a super thin and flat design, making it easier to slot into your notebook...

Acrylic PC case for nudists

03/15/2007, Digital Cowboy might come across as funny for some of you, but it is actually a pretty respectable Japanese company that is currently offering the third iteration of their famous Acrylic case. What makes this case stand out from the crowd is the total...

Optimus 103 now known as Maximus

03/14/2007, The folks at Optimus are a really fickle bunch, and from the initial lovely OLED keyboard they promised many moons ago, it is still no closer to reality than back then. You won’t be able to catch the Optimus in action at CeBIT – no sir, not...

Hybrid Blu-ray & HD DVD drive for PCs

03/14/2007, Hitachi and LG have teamed up to produce an optical PC drive that reads both Blu-ray and HD DVD discs, making it the first in the world to do so. In addition to supporting both new formats, the GGW-H10N can also read and write regular CDs, single layer...