Computing

The Keyboard is sure to start the party up

Razzle dazzle may not be a word you normally hear used to describe a computer keyboard, but Luxiium’s Luxeed sparkles like no other keyboard before it. Each key can be personalized with a choice of 512 colors with pre-made color templates preloaded. Not only colors can be changed, but rhythm. The skins can be coordinated to move to the beat ...

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Alpine brings HD-DVD to your non-HD car screen

We have no idea how you’re going to fit a HD display large enough to make a difference in your car, but Alpine insisted on bringing the HD-DVD to your backseat, it might useful in 5 years when your whole movie collection is replaced by HD-DVDs. May be we lack the kind of Alpine vision, but we don’t see any ...

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PQI’s 64GB solid state hard drive looks to replace disk drives

Flash memory is basically always better than the moving parts in a disk drive. The main draw back has been that flash just can’t keep up with the immense expansion that is going on in the disk drive market with the recent release of a 1TB drive. Hopefully, flash memory will get a kick in the butt so that we ...

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Sony makes own version of Apple TV

Luckily for us, when Sony was creating the VAIO TP1, they got their idea from Apple, but did not make this new PCTV an iVAIO. This PCTV from Sony merges the functions of a TV and a computer to make a great tool in the living room. Whats great is that the little cylinder known as the PC part actually ...

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Instant Video To-Go gives avid video converters reason to rejoice

Converting videos it different formats sucks, period. It takes too long, and there is a possibility that it won’t come out right. It is, very simply put, a very unenjoyable process. If you are one of the people who likes to download their video and then immediately convert it to a different file format for whatever reason you have, the ...

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Abracadabra! Your papers are now in this wand, it’s scanning magic.

While scanners haven’t really been in the forefront of technology innovations and annoucenments as of late, this full page scanner sure does find a place in anyone’s heart who has had to carry around bags of press releases lately (CES and Macworld anyone?). This wand is very simple to use. All you do is run it over the page you ...

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SliMouse is finger food sized

The portable mouse became a huge commodity once WiFi led the notebook market to explode. Then came the popularity of the wireless mouse. Now, here comes the EXTRA portable mouse. This thing is so small it should be called the baby mouse since it seems like an offspring of its big sister (which would technically be incest). The finger sized ...

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Duel Systems ends hardship of ExpressCard notebook users

The new laptops are coming out with ExpressCard slots, which can be a nice change; too bad all the companies that produce PC cards must not have gotten the memo because the number of ExpressCards pales in comparison to all the PC cards out there. Well now Duel systems ended that hardship with the release of the DuelAdaptor. What this ...

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Universal battery gives you hours of extra play time on laptop

Everyone who travels with a laptop knows that gut-wrenching feeling when youre far away from an outlet and your battery is at 4%, and to top it off youre halfway through writing a report for your boss. This is not a feeling anyone wants ever, and so American Power Conversion came out with 3 Universal Notebook Batteries at CES. The ...

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