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It’s that niche–the living room input device–that the new GlideTV Navigator is designed to fill. The wireless pointing device is a disembodied trackpad flanked by a handful of backlit buttons, including volume and playback controls, as well as dedicated enter, back,...

Posted on Oct 6 2009 - 9:43am by V Ramos
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Besides the fact that bamboo is a great renewable (grows super fast) resource… it has many uses.  Who know one of those uses was as a Bamboo...

Posted on Aug 24 2009 - 9:15am by Craig
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Mac has finally put the OS X Snow Leopard up on their website, this OS replaces Leopard.  The main differences between Leopard and Snow Leopard are speed and requirements.  The UI will look about...

Posted on Jul 16 2009 - 9:24am by gchoe
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Dell has added to it’s Vostro business line of desktops with an All-in-one desktop.  The all in one Vostro  sports a 19-inch display, (many standard config options) Core 2 Duo or Pentium dual-core CPU, 160GB hard drive, and 2GB’s or RAM.  Expect to see this in North...

The cheap kids on the block, eMachines, are making an all-in-one PC that will sell for a teeny $400. The affordable all-in-one computer will have an 18.5-inch screen, a 1.6GHz Intel Atom cpu, a 160GB HD, 1GB of memory, and some decent looks.  This will not be a power machine (but...

Gaming PC’s are notorious for sucking up power and heating up your mothers basement… but it doesn’t have to be that way. Maingear has come come out with a gaming rig that isn’t such a energy hog, the Pulse.  In fact, Maingear claims that the...

The elves at iBuyPower are giving the folks at Shuttle a bit of competition in the small form factor (sff) world.  The LAN Warrior has good looks, a carry handle, room for 2 full sized dual slot video cards, a Core i7 CPU, an ASUS Rampage...

Posted on Mar 6 2009 - 10:17am by gchoe
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  Announced at the CeBIT computer show, the Level 10 computer case by Thermaltake, BMW, and DesignworksUSA.  They have created a sweet looking computer by basically letting all of the components hang out in open space.  Looks great and probably...

What we like most about the Eee Top is that it’s small enough and light enough to move from room to room, but with an even smaller footprint than a laptop. It achieves that space-savings because the touch screen lets you go without a keyboard...

In an attempt to diversify it’s offerings (smart move) Viewsonic is entering the PC market (smart move?).  The differentiator with Viewsonic’s computers, the LinkPC and the ViePC, are that they are small and attach to the back of any VESA-compatible monitor.  Kina cool. The...