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ASUS allows Eee memory upgrade

12/10/2007, A number of Asus Eee ultra-portable computers have shipped with a “Warranty Void If Removed” on the memory access door. This label might have rebuked users who otherwise wanted to upgrade their Eee with more memory (normally 1GB. Up to 2GB...

LaCie Neil Poulton hard drive

12/10/2007, LaCie has a new hard drive by Neil Poulton and judging by its image, you can safely say that minimalism is just what the doctor ordered. It comes in a glossy black case along with a soft, blue glow that will thrill purists where design is concerned. The...

128GB SSD Drive from Toshiba

12/10/2007, Toshiba is introducing a new line of SSD drives, coming in 3 capacities: 32GB, 64GB and 128GB. The drives will ship in volumes in March 2008, according to Toshiba. Here are the specifications: SATA2 interface 100MB/s peak read speed 40MB/s peak write...


USB-powered Santa Boots

12/09/2007, This pair of USB-powered Santa Boots help keep your feet warm during the cold winter, and while Santa himself doesn’t have any USB port to plug these in to, I’m sure his pair are powered by some sort of elven magic. There are a bunch of other...

Lenovo Thinkcenter A61e hits Korea

12/09/2007, Lenovo will be rolling out its Thinkcenter A61e compact desktop computer in Korea that allows you to choose between the AMD Athlon 64×2 Dual Core processor or AMD Sempron Single Core processor, depending on your needs. Strangely enough, the...

Celeron E1000 coming next January

12/09/2007, Intel will unleash its desktop dual-core E1000 Celeron on January 20th next year, making this the first of its kind. The first dual-core Celeron processor, known as the E1200, will feature a core frequency of 1.6GHz, 800MHz FSB and 512KB L2 cache and...

Zepto to launch quad core notebook

12/07/2007, Zepto has plans to release its quad core notebook sometime next year, but other than the speculated release date, very little or nothing else is known about this rig. Zepto promises that this will be the thinnest and lightest 17″ notebook to date,...

OCZ Hypersonic gaming notebooks

12/06/2007, OCZ has just made available its pre-built Hypersonic notebooks to consumers via online and retail outlets, bringing yet another option for those looking for a high-end, portable gaming experience. The Hypersonic gaming notebook range is powered by an...

BTC Korea XEUS Dual 150DS

12/06/2007, The XEUS Dual 150DS dual LCD monitor from BTC Korea is different from others as it does not take up any additional space. You’ll find two ingeniously placed hinges that make this suitable for crammed spaces, and when not in use, the second monitor...

Toshiba shock-resistant hard drive

12/06/2007, Toshiba is releasing a hard drive (MK8050GAC) that has a shock-resistance rating far above your average PC hard disk: 300G. That’s because it is meant to be used outdoors in cars, embedded systems and other demanding applications that can now...

Is the Q540X an Asus Eee killer? No

12/05/2007, According to Digitimes, Hasee, a Chinese computer maker is going to launch the Q540X, a laptop that Hasee thinks can compete with the Asus Eee, because it is more powerful and bigger, for the same price. Q540X Specs 13.3” Display Intel Celeron 540...

Microtek ships ArtixScan M1

12/05/2007, Microtek has started to ship its ArtixScan M1 flatbed and film scanner, while introducing the ArtixScan M1 Pro scanner that comes with a slew of new features. Both scanners feature Microtek’s very own Emulsion Direct Imaging Technology (E.D.I.T.)...

NES turned into a full fledged PC

12/05/2007, The NES is a rather hefty console by today’s standards, but an avid DIY-er has taken it apart and thrown in a full-fledged Windows-powered PC inside. Although the specifications aren’t on the high-end side of things (a 1GHz processor, 256MB...

Google integrates AIM into Gmail

12/05/2007, Google has already integrated AOL’s AIM instant messaging service into its Gmail Web-based email client, giving Gmail users more choices to chat with AIM users via a drop-down menu on the Gmail web page. Guess this is somewhat like how MSN and Yahoo...