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Fujitsu LifeBook S2020 Review

09/16/2005, This thin & light from Fujitsu is a good alternative to Sony’s “S” Series. It offers comparable form factor and performance. I think that the Xbrite display from Sony is better however. “The Fujitsu LifeBook S2020 is a basic...

3G/UMTS router from Vodafone, Linksys & Cisco Systems

09/13/2005, Vodafone, Linksys, and Cisco Systems have launched their 3G/UMTS Router that provides hi-speed mobile connectivity for those on the move. Up to 5 people can use the wireless LAN capability via Vodafone’s 3G network. Launched in Spain first, the...

6.8Ghz laptop with one TeraByte of non-volatile RAM

09/06/2005, That’s the promise of Atom Chip Corporation for the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) held in Las Vegas in January 2006. The computer should demonstrate how Quantum and Quantum-optical devices could operate in consumer electronics. Without proper...

Epson PictureMate 100

09/02/2005, Epson’s PictureMate 100 conjures up 10 x 15cm photos on the move, promising high-quality glossy prints from £0.19p onwards. This portable printer comes with a color LCD preview monitor that allows you to identify which pictures you want to...

Samsung´s 19" notebook – the M70

08/29/2005, Samsung will debut the M70 notebook on September 2 at the IFA Consumer Electronics Show in Berlin. The first 19” notebook in the world, the M70 acts as a logical desktop replacement. It will come with the latest mobile high speed CPU and a top...

Creative labs Webcam Live! Effects

08/18/2005, Creative lab releases a $79 webcam that can be decorated with a stick-on. It has a separated microphone and comes with video processing software to videos more fun to play with. A software “Smart Face” tracking feature is also included. It is...

USB Skype Phone for Linux

08/12/2005, Click to enlarge via Slashphone The CyberPhone K by Turbolinux is a USB handset specially developed for Linux drivers. It is the first handset in the world of its kind that takes advantage of free peer-to-peer Internet Protocol (IP) voice calls using...

iShaver USB-powered razor

08/11/2005, Thanko Japan has brought the craziest USB devices to the public, such as the sushi USB flashdrive., but also this, this, this and this… This time it’s a USB electric razor (Japanese)! Wow, I did not see that one coming. It will cost you...

HP´s all-new, more economical, printer technology

07/26/2005, Click to enlarge via Krunker HP will reveal more about its new printer technology that should solidify its leadership in the printer market. A new high-performance printhead for ink jet printers can now handle high volumes at a reduced cost. Said...

Honey, I shrunk the tablet PC

07/12/2005, Click to enlarge via News.Com Talk about miniaturization. Motion Computing has released its latest slate tablet PC that packs a punch that is heavy enough to unseat full-size laptops. The new LS800 tablet has an 8.4” display, measures less than an...