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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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3D Scanner makes life easy

04/02/2007, The NextEngine Desktop Scanner is a 3D scanner that comes in the shape of an aluminum cereal box, offering extremely fast scan times of a mere 90 seconds and near-matching color input. Once the scanning process is completed, import tools enable the user...

USB PC Lock from Elecom

04/02/2007, A personal computer ain’t called ‘personal’ for no reason as it is one machine that stores some pretty confidential information about the owner. If you’re paranoid about anyone snooping around your computer, why not pick up the...

Circle Fire PC Multimedia Bay

03/29/2007, Computer geeks will be able to attempt to wow the ladies (or other geeks in case that fails) with the Circle Fire PC Multimedia Bay, giving you a spanking new 2W speaker, a couple of ‘dancing meters’ (what the…?), two LED stepping...

Microsoft Reclusa keyboard pre-order

03/29/2007, Microsoft aims to interest the gamer market with the Reclusa Gaming keyboard that is up for pre-order on Amazon. The Reclusa gives you an advantage over your opponents with an advanced feature set and best-in-class design elements like ambient...

NAVI Note lets you scrawl

03/28/2007, The NAVI Note is a USB device that connects to the side of your notebook display, where it will be able to track the motion of a stylus pen and input the text you write into the notebook itself. This means you will be able to write on presentations the...

BenQ unveils monitor for gamers

03/26/2007, Gamers rejoice! BenQ is currently offering the FP94VW LCD monitor that offers 19″ of gaming goodness at a resolution of 1440 x 900, a brightness level of 300cd/m2, and a contrast ratio of 800 to 1. Just in case you’re looking out for the...

Sunshade for your laptop

03/26/2007, Virtually every display be it on a cellphone, laptop, or handheld console suffer when viewed under direct or bright sunlight. For those who are frequently on the road and work on their laptops most of the time outdoors, it can be pretty taxing on the eyes...

X-Fi sound card comes to notebooks

03/25/2007, Sound cards from Creative Labs have been the most common denominator around (if you discount on-board sound chips) for years, and the Singaporean company has recently released the Sound Blaster X-Fi Extreme Audio notebook card which takes a page out of...

No, you are not seeing double

03/25/2007, While most of us are satisfied with a single LCD monitor (mostly due to a constraint in budget more than anything else), there are some of us who require a larger desktop size to work around with. The TwoView Dual Flip-Up Flat Panel LCD Monitor fits the...

Intel could offer 45nm chips for UMPCs

03/22/2007, Intel recently dropped a ball stating that they will be working on a new version of processors based on the 45nm process especially for the Ultra Mobile PC (UMPC) market in addition to the current research on 45nm desktop processors. While nothing...

Homebrew 4-bit processor

03/21/2007, Viktor, a software engineer by profession, has successfully designed and built his very own 4-bit computer from a bunch of low-level electronic components that comprise mainly of TTL logic gates. When compared against a modern Pentium system (not...

Asus rolls speakers into monitor

03/20/2007, The Asus PG221 is certainly an irony – anyone with a large enough desk space to accomodate a 22″ LCD monitor surely has room to spare for a decent 2.1 speaker system, but Asus decided to roll out the entire package consisting of a monitor and...

Your PC In Your Pocket with MojoPac

03/17/2007, By guest editor Tristan Lorach. Mojopac proposes an interesting solution for people who are fed-up of carrying their laptops or users who don’t like to have too much crap installed on their system. The idea is to have a second Windows OS on an...

Mouse goes metal

03/15/2007, Road warriors with notebooks often use mice that are too small for prolonged use, which is why the USB Aluminum Flat Mouse is worth taking a look at. This pointing device comes in a super thin and flat design, making it easier to slot into your notebook...