Archive for the ‘Hardware’ Category

Evoluent VerticalMouse 3

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

Many have beaten us to the punch with this product, but better late than never we always say. The Evoluent VerticalMouse has been around since as far back as August 2002 that we know of, regardless it has only come to our attention now and through us will be showcased to you.

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Dell Studio 15 special edition laptop

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009

Dell once again has come up with an exotic deal by introducing the studio 15 special edition laptop. Dell studio 15 special edition laptop invites you to complement your personal style with the black vapor’s distinctive pattern.

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Next stop 64 GB Kingston USB Flash

Monday, December 1st, 2008 Next stop 64 GB Kingston USB Flash

Remember when we told you that Kingston was releasing a 32 GB USB pen drive? Well those days are long gone, or so Kingston would like us to think for they have just launched the 64 GB version in the same lineup, the DT 150 series. Now 32 GB was according to us almost as big as some hard disk drives but 64 GB is as big as many hard disk drives, especially HDDs located in laptops.

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Tritton Ax Pro headphones, geared for gaming

Tuesday, November 25th, 2008 Tritton Ax Pro headphones, geared for gaming

Anyone who plays games knows the importance of having a good audio set-up. This usually means having headphones as compared to speakers not only due to the clarity of sound that can be achieved but also to avoid disturbing other people. This is particularly applicable in LAN sessions where people are bunched together in a single room.

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Extreme FFS, SuperSpeed USB: High speeds, high expectations

Friday, November 7th, 2008 Extreme FFS, SuperSpeed USB: High speeds, high expectations

SanDisk recently announced that it could make SSDs (Solid State Drives) up to a hundred times faster (in certain situations, probably means it will still be significantly faster in all other situations). In other news, the long awaited USB 3.0 specs will finally be unveiled at the USB implementers forum on November 17th 2008. No further delays, fingers crossed.

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Windows 7 to have improved SSD support, Firefox debuts privacy mode

Wednesday, November 5th, 2008 Windows 7 to have improved SSD support, Firefox debuts privacy mode

Microsoft aims to provide better implementation of SSD (Solid State Drives) in Windows 7 and intends to discuss how they will make this happen at the upcoming Windows HEC (Hardware Engineering Conference) 2008. Also worthy of news is Mozilla finally implementing a privacy mode in the 3.1 version of their now relatively well known internet browser, Firefox.

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New Expressionist BASS desktop speakers by Altec Lansing

Monday, November 3rd, 2008 New Expressionist BASS desktop speakers by Altec Lansing

Seems to us that you never have space for that pesky subwoofer, and you can’t get decent bass without it. Well Altec Lansing has always been a leading name in the PC audio solutions market, and once again they have shown exactly why they are so. For you see, this pair of desktop speakers actually has the subwoofers built right in. Problem solved.

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Cooling Heating keyboard by Thanko

Friday, October 31st, 2008 Cooling Heating keyboard by Thanko

Got cold and clammy hands? Perhaps your hands are really sweaty? Whether the problem stems from heat or cold, this one keyboard will cure them all. Thanko, a Japanese company, recently updated their Cooling Keyboard line to also include heaters! Now everyone who does not live in a region that has the same weather all year round can do with one keyboard too.

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Good times for graphics cards buyers/sellers

Wednesday, October 29th, 2008 Good times for graphics cards buyers/sellers

Well they are getting better, honest! JPR (Jon Peddie Research) has calculated that there has been about a 22% rise in shipments of GPUs over the previous year for the third quarter of 2008. This is in spite of recessionary fears that haveĀ been haunting consumers for some time now. In other news, ATI finally seems to be giving Nvidia something to worry about.

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Mice with in-built fans

Sunday, October 26th, 2008 Mice with in-built fans

I’m sure you’ve heard of these things beforeĀ  (the Nyko Air Flow Mouse for example) but this is different, seriously! These USB Air Flow Mice are different (and special too) because you can also use them to display messages on an in-built LED message scroller! The best part is you even get a remote control! The possibilities are endless…

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