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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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HP Mini Note Gets a Performance Boost from an OS Update

06/25/2008, Thanks to a string of updates, the HP Mini-Note gets a boost that is sufficient to make windowed video close to perfect and full-screen video bad, but not as bad. Yes, with the earlier software, video was sometimes choppy, even in windowed mode. Before...

ATI Radeon HD 4870 – Small, Cheap and Fast

06/25/2008, ATI/AMD have launched their new Radeon HD 4870 card. The chip is smaller than NVIDIA’s GTX 280, but just to give you an idea, it is still larger than an Intel Penryn… “Cheap and fast” can also be called “efficient”. At...

Ultraman Does USB Now

06/25/2008, I remember fondly from my childhood days when I had great times watching Ultraman kick ass against a monster rampaging across Tokyo. Of course, he’ll always wait until the last minute to use his super ray, but that’s enough to send a kid like...


Logitech Quickcam Vision Pro for Mac

06/24/2008, Logitech announced this Mac-compatible Quickcam Vision Pro webcam that, unlike its PC counterpart does not need a control panel to tweak camera settings. Logitech did this by integrating the control panel functions directly into the webcam, thus making...

B-membrane Computer Concept

06/23/2008, The B-membrane computer concept design by Korean Won-Seok Lee is something worth taking a second look at – it might resemble some fancy pants subwoofer from JBL, but actually holds the innards of a computer within. Bulky monitors are a thing of the...

Geiger Counter PC Case Mod

06/23/2008, No doubt the Hulk will send this Geiger counter PC case mod nuts if the Green One ever gets near it. This unique case mod harks back to the Cold War era where the threat of nuclear bombs are very real (and even today with rampant terrorism all around),...

SimpleTech Signature Mini Drive Review

06/22/2008, A few months ago, we tested the SimpleDrive from SimpleTech, this time we had the opportunity to lay our hands on the new SimpleTech series, the Signature Mini Drive. Our test unit is a Signature Mini Black Cherry 320GB. The packaging could be confused...

Alienware m17x Arrives

06/20/2008, Dell’s Alienware m17x was shown to the world last November, but it has taken more than half a year before the initial batch of buyers received their system as of this week. Here’s an impression of a proud, new owner of the Alienware 17x. First...

Lenovo ThinkPad X200 Peek

06/19/2008, Lenovo’s ThinkPad X200 ultraportable notebook has experienced a leak today, and everyone is excited at how this 12″ notebook looks like. Set to oust the X61, the X200 has a keyboard as generous as the X300, but it does away with the trackpad...

Xerox 7600 Flatbed Scanner

06/18/2008, You might be running short on space in your apartment, what more your already cramped desktop. Enter Xerox’s 7600 flatbed scanner which is extremely slim, powered by USB to further save space by eliminating the need for another power adapter. The...

Asus Eee PC 1000H Quick Review

06/18/2008, Trust our friends at Laptopmag to come up with a review of the Asus Eee PC 1000H. Here’s what they think about it. We concluded our review of the Eee PC 901 by saying “with the promise of the 10-inch Eee PC 1000 and Eee PC 1000H just around...

Asus Eee PC gets Backlight for Keyboard

06/18/2008, The Asus Eee PC seems to be on the receiving end of mods and hacks these days, with Popular Science showing a cheap method to get a keyboard backlight up and running on your Eee PC without breaking the bank – under $15, to be exact. What good is...

SATA/CF/IDE to USB 2.0 Bridge Adapter

06/17/2008, The SATA/CF/IDE to USB 2.0 Bridge Adapter allows ever greater flexibility to your computing needs, letting you connect an IDE or SATA hard drive to your computer via USB. This is definitely extremely convenient since there are no pesky PC casings to pry...