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Nec Versapro Ultralite, ultra tough laptop

12/05/2005, Cute and tough: this Versapro laptop from NEC can take up to 150kg (330lbs) of pressure. Wow, that’s really solid. The computer has a 12.1” display, an entry-level Pentium 753 processor, (only) 256MB of memory and a 20GB 1.8” hard drive...

NEC Parafield, a laptop without a hard disk

12/02/2005, Don’t get too excited, this computer does not use an ultra-fast non-volatile memory or anything of that kind. It is rather a luxurious terminal (needs a server) that can be moved around easily like a laptop without fearing that a loss of a theft...

Pizza Box Laptop Case

11/28/2005, Some might be confused with this new laptop case, is it brilliant or merely a brilliant scam? Made from “genuine Italian-style pizza boxes” and fully lined with 10mm of protective foam, the case’s design keeps your laptop safe from...

Car Dashboard features Windows Media Center PC

11/24/2005, Here’s another DIY project that’s bound to keep you occupied for the entire 2006. A dedicated, knowledgeable user at mp3car.com has set up Windows Media Center to run in a 1999 Buick Century. The 7” touchscreen looks delectable,...

Bullet-proof Laptop Bag

11/23/2005, Well, in theory your new laptop bag from Chrome should repel at least half the shots you take. That aside they’re also pretty stylish to say the least. The laptop bags are designed to withstand the rigors of the harsh urban environment. Constructed...

Canon MP500 all-in-one printer

11/21/2005, PC Magazine has done a review of the Canon MP500 all-in-one printer that uses Canon’s new ChromaLife 100 system that allows 1 picolitre droplets and printing resolutions of up to 9600 x 2400. For $199, this printer offers more or less the same...

Alienware Aurora m7700, a monster laptop

11/16/2005, Alienware’s Aurora m7700 is their first mobile system that is powered by AMD Athlon 64 FX and AMD Athlon 64 X2 dual-core processors, giving users the choice between 32-bit and 64-bit performance capabilities respectively. Expect blazing fast...

USB Hand-Warmers

11/14/2005, From cup warmers to oscillating fans, it comes as no surprise to see USB hand warmers. Just the thing to keep your mitts warm on those long chilly nights. Another slightly off-kilter invention, the gloves, sold in pairs or separately, are thoughtfully...

SESOL HiPAD web tablet

11/11/2005, Korean company SESOL announces its HiPAD webpad that will let user browse and run home automation applications on its 10.4-inch display. It also has multimedia functions (what gadgets doesn’t nowadays?) like music and video playback. Not...

Matrox DualHead2Go, dual-display with a single VGA output

11/09/2005, Just when we thought that Matrox was dead, they release a product: the DualHead2Go. This is not a graphics card, but it’s somewhat related. This box will take a high-resolution VGA signal (2560×1024) and output it on two displays (1280×1024...

Asus U5, the environment-friendly laptop

11/09/2005, Most users don’t know (or just ignore) the fact that computers manufacturing or parts involve many chemicals that pollutes the environment. Recycling (or should I say dumping in the wild in China?) is probably not as good as a solution than...

Samsung unveils trio of desktop PCs

11/07/2005, Samsung plans to release a trio of Magic Station desktop PCs next year. The MZ50 Media Center is actually a 9.2cm-wide PC with a 9-in-1 memory card reader, 7.1 channel sound card, DVI / RGB / S-video outputs, remote control, and PVR functionality. The...

MYPCE, Personal Computing Environment

11/01/2005, The Total Immersion PCE might become the new command center that some of you are dreaming about. Seating comfortably, you can browse the web, blog like mad or even do actual work. Honestly, I wouldn’t look as happy as the person in the photo, as...

A4 Tech NB90 battery-free wireless Optical Mouse

10/31/2005, A4 Tech’s NB90 battery-free wireless optical mouse could be one of the wisest investment’s you’ll ever make in your life. It utilizes electromagnetic induction technology to transfer power to the mouse via the mousepad, and RFID...