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New Sony Vaio All-in-One desktop

10/01/2006, PC users no longer have to be jealous of iMac owners who not only use their machines to do work, but get them done in style. The new Sony Vaio VGC-LS1 All-in-One desktop PC offers both aesthetic value and specifications that can rival the sexy looking...

Slim Pad education computer for kids

09/24/2006, If you want to by a notebook for your kids that will not run the risk of exploding in their faces, perhaps the Slim Pad would be a viable choice? This high-tech toy for little ones come with a display that can be detached and used as a touchscreen, so...

Via C7-D processor launched

09/13/2006, Via will be shipping a new Linux-friendly x86-compatible desktop processor which fulfills the requirements of the “Clean Computing Initiative” that aims to offset the chip’s environmental cost. The C7-D is a carbon-free desktop processor...

Tech Station from HSPC

09/11/2006, Hardware testers and those working in tech support deal with a variety of PC components all day long, from hard drives to graphics cards and motherboards. The PC case is often left open during testing for convenience and quick access. Unfortunately, the...

Mouse Computers roar, not squeak

09/07/2006, PC gamers in Japan can rejoice with a couple of new offerings from Mouse Computers. The two new beasts are the Masterpiece F6140 and the Nextgear A2450GT. They both share the following specifications which are guaranteed to keep the frames coming despite...

Korean Air restricts Dell, Apple notebooks

09/05/2006, Korean Air has announced that the airline carrier will not entertain the use of Dell and Apple notebooks while the plane is still in air as the risk of battery explosion could result in a disaster. Owners of the disparaged notebooks can carry them on...

Philips LX1000 Media Center PC

09/04/2006, Philips has a killer Media Center PC that is inspired by the Little Lluon from Korea. The new LX1000 Media Center PC comes with more than decent specifications in order to cater for all your home entertainment needs. An AMD Turion 64 1.8GHz processor runs...

Radius 320 offers 50 inch display

08/28/2006, Does size really matter? Apparently, it does in the world of the ultra rich. Seamless Display has come up with the Radius 320 that is actually an amalgamation of three 20.1″ LCD displays that offer a whooping 50″ diagonal screen at a maximum...

Thermaltake Drive Bay Kit

08/27/2006, There are some add-ons for the PC, and then there are add-ons. Thermaltake has a brand new peripheral that will increase the bad boy image of your computer with its Xray 5.25″ Drive Bay Kit. This computer mod comes with a slide out beverage tray to...

Itronix GoBook XR-1

08/14/2006, The new GoBook XR-1 from Itronix is one tough nut. It might not survive under heavy duty bombardment, but dropping the XR-1 on the floor is a non-issue. The XR-1 is more than capable of meeting the everyday knocks, drops, and bumps as it meets the...

Cannon RX Series Rack Mount Media Center PC

08/10/2006, Cannon PC has finally lifted the veil on the RX Series Rack Mount Media Center PC. It has the power of an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz processor within and boast the ability to hold up to 2TB of hard drive space in the form of half a dozen hot-swappable SATA...

Navigate the MyTobii P10 with your eyes

08/08/2006, MyTobii P10 from Swedish company Tobii enables you to control the PC without the need for a mouse or keyboard, using its proprietary hardware and software. All you need to do is to follow the calibrating dot on the screen with your eyes for half a minute...

Zero Tension Mouse looks out of this world

07/27/2006, Check out the Zero Tension Mouse, a computer peripheral that looks so weird you’d think that you’re a couple of tentacles short when it comes to using it. This mouse hopes to reduce the risk of Repetitive Stress Injury by letting the hand rest...

Integra NVS-7.7 Integrated Media Center PC

07/25/2006, The NVS-7.7 Integrated Media Center from Integra is a purpose-built multimedia PC that boasts a whooping 400GB of storage space for all your video and audio needs. It utilizes Intel’s Viiv technology for the complete home theatre PC environment and...