Computing

Gamers Rejoice! Cooling Station Makes Laptop Overclocking Easy

When it comes to laptop overclocking, there aren’t many choices beyond useless fan-type solutions. Finally, Intel and Embraco have teamed up to develop a cooling system that actually brings refrigeration to laptops. Apparently, the device works thanks to what is being touted as the World’s smallest miniature compressor. Air is cooled before it flows to the bottom of the laptop ...

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Keyboard With Handwriting Recognition…Or Something Like That

As you can see from the image above, this keyboard from A1Pro features a built in touch pad with stylus. Naturally you think – “handwriting recognition eh? That could be pretty fuckin’ awesome.” Unfortunately, we are not sure what the exact functionality of the pad is outside of a listing on the product site that refers to a “handwritten identity ...

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F.R.E.D Computer: The RIAA Would Love It

If you are wondering, F.R.E.D is short for Forensic Recovery of Evidence Device – and he can strip you of your privacy faster than you can say “the RIAA sucks balls.” Basically, F.R.E.D takes hard drives, disks, flash drives, etc. from computers of suspected criminals and it sucks the data off – storing the evidence on a whopping 2.0 TB ...

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How To: Build A Bad Ass Hard Drive Clock

Over the last few months Hard drive clocks have been all the rage on sites selling handmade goods, but most of them have featured clock mechanisms inserted into a HD shell. Unlike those devices, the clock featured here actually uses the drive mechanism and heads to tell the time (the arms indicate minutes and the platter position used to indicate ...

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Axiomtek’s Fanless, Waterproof, Monitor PC

Axiomtek, a Taiwanese computer hardware company, has developed a computer that fits all of the components – including an Intel Core 2 Duo, webcam, and speakers in a waterproof 17″ monitor. And the best part is that there isn’t a cooling fan in sight. So the question is, how did they deal with all the heat? Apparently it has something ...

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Jakks EyeClops Bionic Eye: It’s Creepy Learning Fun!

With the Jakks EyeClops Bionic Eye, kids can maginify any item at 200X the regular size and view it right on their TV screen. It includes three built in LEDs to illuminate the object being examined and an observation dish to help contain any liquids, compounds, bugs, etc. Unfortunately, the urge to misuse this thing would be extremely high. My ...

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USB Hub Man: Try To Resist Him

Admit it, you are totally falling in love with this little USB Hub Man from Kikkerland. The five USB ports and the tiny power indicator LED heart are simply irresistible. Unfortunately, only one of his “limbs” is packing USB 2.0 speeds. I’m sure the ladies can relate — you bring a guy home because he looks good, but he falls ...

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Tempo Trash Can Hard Drive: A Porn Safety Net

Ever accidentally deleted that porn movie you really liked? Sure, we’ve all been there. Fortunately Tempo has developed a wireless external hard drive that provides an extra layer of protection should these catastrophic incidents occur. When you delete files, they are automatically transferred to the trash can via Bluetooth. As the content on the drive increases (250GB capacity), LED’s light ...

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Court Orders Movie Pirate To Ditch Linux For Windows

The ever increasing power of organizations like the MPAA has given geeks another reason to worry. It seems that they can now force you to change operating systems. Take the case of Scott McCausland who pleaded guilty last year to uploading Star Wars: Episode III to Elitetorrents.com. In addition to the five month prison term he already served, Scott has ...

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