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Exotic Keyboards

01/11/2007, CES 2007 – These keyboards from China push the personalization much further than usual. There’s no need for long comments, just look at the photo gallery, there’s something for (almost) everyone.

Toshiba Protégé R400 TabletPC

01/10/2007, This laptop caught my eyes from far away and when I got close, I was not disappointed: it has a very nice and thin design thanks in part to its LED backlit display (LED backlighting provides a better image quality while using a smaller footprint). In case...

iTablet from Amtek

01/09/2007, CES 2007 – Perhaps you are looking for an alternative tablet PC to the more established brands that are available in the market, and the Amtek iTablet fits the bill perfectly. Available in a wide range of configuration (from low-end Celeron...

OZiQ All-in-One PC

01/09/2007, CES 2007 – With TVs and cellphone slimming down in all aspects, it is no surprise that home computers are next on the list. OZiQ from Down Under has released an All-in-One computer before, but an insider source revealed that there will be larger and...

LG Blu-ray and HD-DVD Players

01/09/2007, CES 2007 – At Ubergizmo, we largely ignored the HD-DVD vs. BluRay war and it turns out we were right. With LG’s announcement of optical drives and player supporting both formats, this makes the whole debate obsolete: from a compatibility point...

LG Fantasy Design Monitors

01/09/2007, The LCD monitor market has been driving by size (12” to 21”), then resolution (1024×768 to 1600×120), then size again (24” to 30”) – without forgetting the response time (24ms down to 6ms and less. LG is trying to...

Asus notebook undergo weight loss

01/07/2007, Asus’ engineers had been hard at work to produce this extremely slim ultra portable notebook that has a LED backlit display, making it viewable even under the sun. We had no chance to test this claim, but the Asus rep wasn’t fibbing from the...

Asus S6 Pink Leather Limited Edition

01/07/2007, CES Unveiled – I am posting this article because none of the guys wanted to write about a pink laptop… We published about this cute notebook last year during the CES Unveiled: This time, Asus released the matching mouse ? Even if I do not...

Asus adds graphical muscle to notebooks

01/07/2007, CES Unveiled – If you think your current notebook is rather wimpy when it comes to graphical power, fret not. Asus has heard the clarion call and decided to help those who want to play The Elder Scrolls – Oblivion in high resolution on the go...

Hitachi Deskstar 7K1000

01/07/2007, CES Unveiled – Hitachi has released a new hard drive known as the Deskstar 7K1000. This is a 1.0 Terabyte Disk Drive that has more than enough space to store all your favorite movies, music, essential data, and even game installers. Utilizing...

Dell 2702WFP leaked

01/03/2007, Looks like even Dell failed to keep its highly anticipated 27″ LCD monitor under wraps, letting all and sundry catch a glimpse before the official unveiling at CES 2007. Going by the model number 2702WFP, this leak is available for everybody to gawk...

SilverStone LC05 Mini-ITX Case

01/03/2007, Computer enthusiasts who love building up their own systems from scratch will realize that there is no such thing as a perfect case for Mini-ITX computers, as finding one that perfectly suits your needs is near impossible. SilverStone has heeded the...

Samsung Lasts 30 Days On One Charge

01/02/2007, Apparently, Samsung has developed a relatively small yet powerful fuel cell to accompany the ultra portable Q35 notebook. This new fuel cell is claimed to come with 12000Wh capacity, offering up to a full month of usage (an average of 8 hours per day)...

Flash Drives Boot Windows Faster

01/02/2007, …Well at least a little. This video shows that Windows boots a little faster on a Flash Memory based drive versus a traditional hard disk. We were pretty much convinced before about the speed and even the power consumption (not mentionned here),...