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Sahara Tablet PCs announced

02/07/2007, TabletKiosk’s new range of Sahara Tablet PCs are now official, and they have a range that suits virtually every budget. Processor options include an Intel Celeron M all the way to the Intel Core Duo L2500, while clocking up RAM that starts from...

Hello Kitty vacuums keyboards now

02/06/2007, Hello Kitty is extremely big in Japan, and she has her fair share of fans around the globe as well. She is probably the only Japanese celebrity to have virtually every imaginable item that bears her visage, ranging from fashion accessories to household...

Genius keyboard powered by sun

02/06/2007, Most of our keyboards are powered when plugged into the computer, but how many of them actually harness the power of the sun? The Genius SlimStar 820 boasts a solar panel that juices up the built-in battery, helping you save on your power bill in the...

LED notebook from Fujitsu

02/06/2007, Fujitsu has spiced up the LED-based notebook market by releasing a brand new ultraportable dubbed the P7230. The P7230 comes in black and white colors, weighing a mere 2.9 pounds, making it one of the more sensible choices when it comes to travel...

Kuko industrial robots become DJs

02/04/2007, I wonder how people actually get hold of these robotic arms, and marvel at their creativity in expounding its function. A pair of Kuko industrial robots have actually been programmed to take over the role of a DJ at parties and nightspots, boasting the...

MacBook in tablet format

02/02/2007, Has the MacBook gone all tablet on us? Axiotron has offered more that a wishy washy concept in the form of the real Mac OS X tablet computer solution. This after-market hardware modification looks especially sweet and comes with a $2,279 price tag. There...

Onkyo HDC 1.0 Jukebox PC

02/01/2007, Onkyo Japan has recently announced a HD audio PC – the HDC 1.0. Featuring a minimalist design, the HDC 1.0 is powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo T5500 1.66GHz processor and 1GB of RAM. Unfortunately, the 120GB hard drive is definitely left wanting since...

Borg-like CPU cooler

02/01/2007, This Borg-like contraption is actually a CPU cooler to keep everything running fine and dandy even if you are running dual video card solution. The Ultra CPU cooler utilizes heat pipes that funnel heat away from the processor thanks to the presence of a...

Zink: Mobile Printing Without Ink

02/01/2007, DEMO 2007 – I love this printing technology: no ink! Users can print photos stored in their cell phones on-the-go with the Zink tiny mobile printer. Zink is a technology that can be embedded directly in any mobile device, like digital cameras, PDAs,...

Oil cooled computer

02/01/2007, Check out these folks who crammed in an AMD Athlon FX-55 processor running on a Gigabyte K8NXP-SLI motherboard and a mid-range video card into a translucent computer case that is sealed with silicon, with 30 liters of cooking oil as the cooling medium of...

Intel-powered Ass

01/31/2007, Somehow the Lenovo ThinkCentre A55 SFF doesn’t sound like the most auspicious of names when you translate it into 1337 5p34k. Thankfully, we’re not on a witch hunt here, so here’s the skinny on the A55. Powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo...

Dell could enter portable gaming market

01/31/2007, Global gaming chief Abizar Vakharia from Dell has dropped the ball that Dell could possibly be looking towards a gaming handheld in the future, although there are no concrete plans to do so yet. This means even more competition on the handheld front, and...

Samsung presents ultra slim PC

01/31/2007, With all the hoo-ha that is surrounding the Windows Vista launch, it is imperative that some hardware gets unveiled alongside. This is exactly what happened at the Microsoft Windows Vista experience center in Seoul, Korea. Measuring a mere 5.5cm, the...