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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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Airbox CM3 mobile router

11/05/2007, The Internet – it is everywhere! That is the case at least, if you bring the Airbox CM3 mobile router with you. This nifty device can be hooked up to the Internet in a moving vehicle via WiFi or an Ethernet jack without requiring any additional...

Samsung 64GByte SATA II SSDs

11/04/2007, Samsung is once again at the forefront of technology, being the first in the industry to sample both 1.8″ and 2.5″ 64GB SSDs complete with an ultra fast SATA II/native SATA interface. This new SSD will boast a sequential write speed of 100MB/s...

Onkyo introduces SE-U55SX USB soundcard

11/04/2007, Onkyo has just released its external SE-U55SX USB soundcard that comes with an analog input and output, one mic input, a trio of digital inputs, a couple of digital outputs and a headphone jack. In addition, you also get up to 24-bit/96 KHz internal...

LapDawg X4 Laptop Desk

11/04/2007, The LapDawg X4 Laptop Desk targets those who can’t be bothered to get out of bed while working on their laptop, still dressed in their jammies. Of course, once they decide that the bed is more conducive for snoozing purposes, the X4 Laptop Desk can...

USB Vacuum Cleaner

11/04/2007, The way the corporate environment is structured these days, pressure is always bearing down on workers to complete never-ending tasks. This leads to a shortened lunch break, and most folks have experienced the inconvenience of snacking at the keyboard...

Gamerator dream arcade cabinet

11/04/2007, The Gamerator arcade cabinet combines the best of both worlds – downing a nice cold pint of beer while blasting aliens into oblivion. This arcade cabinet boasts a 24″ flatscreen display with 180 pre-loaded titles for you to enjoy over MAME,...

Thrustmaster Ferrari GT Experience

11/02/2007, While many of us won’t be able to afford a Ferrari in this lifetime or the next, at the very least you’ll be able to pick up the Thrustmaster Ferrari GT Experience steering wheel that works across multiple platforms – the PS3, PS2 and...

HP IQ775 TouchSmart Desktop PC

11/01/2007, HP has released its IQ775 TouchSmart Desktop PC that targets the kitchen-and-den PC market, giving families the opportunity to leave video messages for one another as well as access required information. This AMD-powered machine will come with 2GB RAM, a...

NEC dual-display desktop LCD bundle

11/01/2007, NEC has just announced its new dual-display desktop LCD product bundle that comes with a couple of NEC 19″ MultiSync LCD195VX+ displays as well as Matrox’s DualHead2Go Graphics eXpansion Module (GXM). As every computer user knows, any...

LG GSA-E60N claims high-speed record

10/31/2007, Forget HD DVD and Blu-ray for the moment – LG has released its GSA-E60N DVD writer that places it at the top of performance charts, burning DVD+/-R at 20x. This feat is not the only one in town though as Samsung has achieved a similar speed with its...

Pirates go online

10/31/2007, Avast, me hearties! Disney Onlne has just announced its new Pirates of the Caribbean Online MMOG that will run on both PC and Mac platforms, allowing thousands of players to experience the swashbuckling world that captured the imagination of the world...

Sharp does small full HD LCDs

10/29/2007, Sharp has just introduced a trio of full HD LCD panels that measure 32″ and less, making these firsts in the market. These new models hail from the Aquos P series of LCD TVs and come in sizes of 22″, 26″ and 32″. Features on all...

Avid Mbox 2 Micro

10/28/2007, The new MBox 2 Micro from Avid targets audio enthusiasts as it allows you to carry an entire mixing studio in your pocket – all you need to do is plug it into any available USB flash drive and you’re good to go. It comes pre-loaded with...

Russians crack passwords with 8800 card

10/25/2007, Those crazy Russians hackers are at it again, and this time they are using Nvidia’s graphical powerhouse, the GeForce 8800 to crack passwords. It does so using a password cracking technique that utilizes a similar parallel processing concept that...