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Feel each punch with the ForceWear Vest

03/07/2007, Short of recreating smells digitally, the current crop of games is as realistic as it gets with the introduction of force feedback. This feature has been around for sometime now, but so far it has been limited to the world of car racing and steering...

RAM takes water cooling route

03/07/2007, News of water-cooled processors and graphics cards are old hat by now, but how many of us have actually seen water-cooled memory modules? OCZ Technology has recently announced their Flex XLC Water-Cooled RAM that boasts integrated heat-spreaders which can...

USB-powered retro mic radio

03/07/2007, Remember those retro style microphones back in the 50s and 60s? You can now bring home a little bit of nostalgia with the USB ”On the Air” Radio. This device is styled after that particular relic from the past, featuring a bright red LED that...

Doctors get new tool

03/06/2007, So far tablet PCs have been marketed for those in the medical arena, but those aren’t exactly built to cater for doctor’s needs. Emano Tec claims to have a better solution in the form of the MedTab – a medical tablet that is light...

Mouse cover that makes me hungry

03/06/2007, SolidAlliance is a firm favorite with those who love goofy-looking USB devices, and their latest creation carries the same level of quirkiness that will appeal mostly to those who are fans of Japanese cuisine. This mouse cover comes in the shape of a...

iG0 Desk for Mac lovers

03/06/2007, Apple’s range of Mac computers in general appeal to those who are more in touch with their artistic side, so it is only fitting that a computer desk for Mac users was designed in a manner that would make even Steve Jobs proud. The iG0 Desk has taken...

SoonR, your desktop and Skype on-the-go

03/02/2007, SoonR is one of “the next 25 startups to watch” featured in the Business 2.0 March issue, I attended the magazine party yesterday. Martin Frid-Nielsen, the CEO, gave me a private demo of his company offering on his Nokia E61 (I told him about...

Ultimate workspace setup

03/01/2007, If you think you have got one of the swankiest display setups to go along with your souped up computer, think again. Stefan Didak’s home office is guaranteed to pwn anything you throw at him – just take a look at the insane amount of monitors...

Exploding batteries resurface

03/01/2007, You would think that 2007 would be peaceful on the exploding battery front after last year’s farce from Sony, but apparently the curse is not quite finished yet with notebook users. Thankfully, it requires quite a forceful impact to cause a battery...

Estari DC15 takes after Nintendo DS

02/28/2007, Is the laptop going the way of the Nintendo DS? Those who feel that 17″ of viewing real estate are not enough to handle all the spreadsheets and work assignments can always settle for the briefcase-inspired Estari DC15 laptop. Although each touch...

Xbox 360 accessories now playable on PC

02/27/2007, Accessories for the Xbox 360 console are of pretty high quality so far, thanks to Microsoft’s hardworking hardware design team. Nearly everyone who has played with the wireless controller would have found it comfortable and well designed, while the...

SnoopStick does a Big Brother

02/26/2007, The SnoopStick works great for parents and bosses who want to keep an eye on their kids’ and employees’ online activities. Just plug the SnoopStick into any available USB port, run the setup programs, and you’re good to go. The software...

Maxtor Fusion 500GB Review

02/26/2007, The Maxtor Fusion is a Personal Web Server that looks like an external hard drive connected directly to your Ethernet network. I said “looks like” because it’s not just a hard drive: it’s a little computer that acts as silent...

Pantech PX-500 EVDO Card

02/26/2007, Real road warriors know that Wi-Fi’s coverage can’t be relied upon for professional purposes. The Pantech PX-500 is a PCMCIA card that can connect your laptop to Sprint’s 3G network and let you access your emails and data in a much wider...