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Posted on Mar 4 2008 - 8:49am by Russ
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Everex has succeeded in making a decent laptop for under $400… enter the VA1500V.  The unit sports a 15.4-inch Wide XGA display (1400 x 900), 1.5GHz Via C7-M CPU, 512MB’s of DDR2 Memory, 60GB hard drive, DVD/CD-RW Drive, and their own “gOS v2 Rocket” operating system.  Grab one at Newegg for $399.99. ...

Dell is hopping on the copycat train with their first ever fully ruggedized laptop, the Latitude XFR D630.  The unit looks like it may actually give Panasonic a run for their money in rugged laptop category.  The XFR D630 meets the MIL-810F military...

Is your current 802.11G router too slow? D-Link might just have the solution for you, the new Quadband DIR-855 Wireless N Router, which “supports true concurrent 802.11n...

Posted on Mar 3 2008 - 11:52am by Gadget King
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The Virtual GT personal training simulator from Virtual Power Entertainment is the closest thing you can get to driving a race car, without actually driving one. The simulator is run by...

Posted on Feb 28 2008 - 9:35am by Russ
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If you have ever wanted detailed stats on your typing speed (in words-per-minute) or wondered how many words you type in a day… you just may “need” a USB Speedometer. The unit is available in March for about $39. This gadget tops...

It looks as if Apple will be shipping their new Time Capsule...

We all knew it was coming… it was just a matter of who could type the fastest at 5:30AM PST to deliver the news. Apple just released the following...

  Fujitsu releases new series of  2.5-inch hard drives with storage capacity of 500GB’s.  The drives are also power misers, sipping only 1.8 watts of power for read / write operations. ...

Posted on Feb 25 2008 - 9:05pm by Russ
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The latest leaks with regards to the new Apple models (MB402LL/A, MB403LL/A, and MB404LL/A) are coming from Canada’s Future Shop.  There is definitely something coming down the pipe… the only argument is whether it is just MacBook or a...

This weekend saw some new Apple part numbers popping up on the web (Apple and BestBuy). The part numbers are; MB402LL/A ($1999.00), MB403LL/A ($2499.00), and MB404LL/A ($2799.00). These part numbers apply to the Apple MacBook Pro and should get an announcement...