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NEC intros LCD2470WVX Tilt LCD display

09/26/2007, NEC has just unveiled the new LCD2470WVX LCD display, and it is the latest addition to the MultiSync 70 line of LCDs. It measures 24″ in a widescreen format and has a maximum resolution of 1,900 x 1,200, supporting the whole range of High Definition...

Dell XPS M1730 available for sale

09/26/2007, If your pockets are feeling a little heavy these days, why not hand over some bills to Dell in exchange for the new Dell XPS M1730? Priced from $2,999 upwards, the M1730 is a beast of a machine that is powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo T7700 2.4GHz processor...

External Mac drives from Iomega

09/25/2007, Iomega has just launched a few new Mac-compatible external hard drives, with the 1.5TB UltraMax Pro Desktop leading the charge. It houses a couple of SATA-II drives in a meshed enclosure that resembles the Mac Pro, and these drives can be set to RAID 0, 1...

Vaio NR series surprisingly affordable

09/25/2007, The Sony Vaio line of laptops aren’t exactly what you call pocket friendly, and you often get very little value for your money. The new NR series could change the perception though, with prices starting from $750 upwards, it will feature a...

D-Link DGL-4500 Gaming Router

09/24/2007, Gamers often won’t settle for anything less than the best, and the D-Link DGL-4500 Gaming Router is definitely one of such devices. It features an OLED display as well as 802.11n connectivity for blazing fast performance. Other specifications...

Blackmagic Intensity HDMI capture card

09/24/2007, The Blackmagic Intensity HDMI capture card works on both PC and Mac platforms, capturing beautiful, uncompressed footage out of any HD-capable box, subsequently streaming it to your waiting RAID array. It retails for a mere $250 (relatively affordable...

Asus Eee PC 701 – Russian Review Details

09/23/2007, Hey, someone pointed this Russian Review to us and because it’s really slow to decipher Russian reviews for most readers, here’s what they basically say: The Asus Eee PC 701 (specifications here) is just good for basic productivity...

Military-Grade USB Key

09/21/2007, Iron Key has a USB key for “enterprise and military” applications. Enterprise, because it is using hardware encryption and military because it’s rugged, thanks to its shock and water resistant casing. From the website: “A password...

Extreme PC Cooling Systems

09/21/2007, Overclocking one’s computer can be considered a passion, but how do you keep these beasts running cool while they’re performing at a level that is much higher than it is supposed to? One of the methods would be to dunk it – in cooking...

Dell sets up shop in Russia

09/20/2007, Dell has just announced that it will open a retail store in Russia, of all places. If you’re in Moscow anytime soon, do drop by the second floor in the new Gorbuskin Dvor retail centre. This Dell store will sell notebooks, desktops, servers,...

Loudtalks VoIP walkie-talkie service

09/19/2007, Loudtalks is a free VoIP walkie-talkie service that lets you babble away with your friends online without having to go through the hassle of dialing up or waiting, just like how a real life walkie-talkie works save for the fact that you’ll have to...

Embarco Chilled Air Docking Station

09/19/2007, The External Chilled Air Docking Station is a collaboration between Embarco and Intel, featuring a miniature compressor that blows cold air at your laptop to keep things running cool. It is touted to be the smallest miniature compressor in the world,...

WiMAX hits UMPCs and MIDs next year

09/19/2007, The much talked about WiMAX standard has received a positive boost with news that it will inhabit laptops from next year onwards courtesy of mini card and half mini card form factors. These mini cards measure no larger than current ones with WiFi...