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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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Sharp EM-ONE designed for drooling

05/09/2007, The Sharp EM-ONE is definitely one portable device that will elicit instant glares of jealousy as you pull it out from your pocket. Coming in a white fascia body complete with a slide up display that reveals a QWERTY keyboard, the EM-ONE looks great if...

Lenovo ThinkPads go Santa Rosa

05/09/2007, Lenovo has made some pretty big strides in its T60 and R60 line ThinkPads by incorporating Intel’s latest Santa Rosa platform, making both the T61 and R61 the coolest running systems ever despite having an increased running speed. Other enhancements...

Fujitsu T4220 Santa Rosa laptop

05/09/2007, Fujitsu has a brand new laptop to grace its LifeBook line, known as the T4220. Weighing a mere 4.3 pounds light, this Santa Rosa-based laptop is nothing more than a convenient business laptop that does the rudimentary tasks well. Unfortunately, when you...

Creative X-Fi soundcard for laptops

05/09/2007, Creative has a spanking new soundcard for laptop owners, and the Creative X-Fi Xtreme Audio fits snugly into your ExpressCard 54 slot, giving you access to Creative’s very own X-Fi Crystallizer and 3CMSS-3D technology for an instant surround sound...

Gameboy receives new lease of life

05/09/2007, Looks like the Nintendo Gameboy has just received a second chance at life thanks to the ultra small Via motherboard known as the Epia PX10000G. Who would have thought that one day, we would lay eyes on a Gameboy that comes with Ethernet output, D-Sub, and...

HP dvd1040e 20x Super Multi DVD Writer

05/08/2007, The HP dvd1040e 20x Super Multi DVD Writer is the latest external DVD burner that comes with LightScribe labeling technology, enabling you to write to both single and double layer discs without any problems. Those who are still living in the past will be...

Samsung unveils Q1 refresh

05/07/2007, Samsung has just unveiled the Q1 Ultra UMPC, a computing device where its predecessor caused more than a few ripples within the industry a couple of years’ back. It is disappointing to see Samsung throw in an “Ultra” suffix in the new...

Zonbu the extreme budget PC

05/07/2007, If you’re looking out for a cheap computer, they don’t come any cheaper than the Zonbu. Due this summer, the Zonbu measures roughly the size of a paperback book comes with 4GB of flash memory on board, and the ability to back up your data...

OQO Model 2 now with HSDPA

05/07/2007, Flickr user Tnkgrl (what’s with the lack of vowels these days anyway?) got tired of waiting for her EV-DO card to catch up with her surfing demands on her OQO Model 2 that she performed some good old fashioned tinkering by throwing out the EV-DO...

RCA Small Wonder syncs to Box.net

05/07/2007, I’ve recently played with the RCA Small Wonder and checked its claim of being super-easy to use for non-techies who want to share photos and videos with their families. I tested it with the box.net online storage service that is new to me as well....

RhinoSkin Universal Aluminum Hardcase

05/03/2007, Protecting your laptop on your travels is essential considering the amount of sensitive information contained within, hence the Universal Aluminum HardCase from RhinoSkin. Large enough to fit in most laptops or notebooks, the RhinoSkin HardCase was built...

Cathena CX UMPC from Data Evolution

04/29/2007, Data Evolution has announced its first UMPC that targets the North American market, known as the Cathena CX. This UMPC comes in an extremely portable form factor, featuring a 7″ touchscreen display, a near full size QWERTY keyboard, WiFi and...

iZ3D monitor review

04/27/2007, Ah – 3D. The very word sends shivers down my spine, as the 3D realm was what brought gaming to life after Mode 7 scrolling on the Super NES did its utmost best to prolong the 2D era for games. With leaps and bounds made in the 3D arena, it would be...

Philips X200 makes like a goose

04/26/2007, The Philips X200 laptop definitely does not look anything like its peers today, featuring an extendable widescreen display that reminds you of a regular LCD monitor used with desktops. The display can also be adjusted nearer to the user, making it perfect...