Computing

Macworld: New Rhinoskin Macbook Hardcase, slick and well designed

At the Rhinoskin booth today, they we’re showing off their nice new iPod cases, but of couse, there are so many iPod cases already released that they needed something else. They definitely had that something else. The new Macbook Hardcase looks very nice with it’s hard ABS plastic outer shell that looks as if it’s an army ready to fight ...

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Memorex announces 12GB Mega TravelDrive

Today at CES Memorex unveiled their new 12GB Mega TravelDrive, a monster in the field of USB drives. While this looks a little big to be carrying around on your keychain, the 12GB is more than enough to transfer all the files you want in a single trip. The 1 inch drive is encased in a silver case about the ...

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New Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 CPU released

Late last year Intel released the Q6700, their brand new baby that was a Core 2 Quad (not duo) and had a clock speed of 2.66 GHz. So what is the difference between the Q6700 and the brand new Q6600, well, other than 100, there is a difference in clock speed of .26Ghz. The new Q6600 runs at 2.4Ghz intsead ...

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LG officially releases dual format HD-DVD BluDisc player

Remember last week, all of the news stories of a new LG DVD player that had broken the barrier that stood between the new next gen DVD formats? That player, the BH100, has officially been released at CES. Any new news? Yes, they also announced that there will be a drive for the PC released also due in Q1 of ...

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Dissecting the Nokia N95

Before the almighty, all-expensive Nokia N95 made it into the market, the guys at IT168 had taken a preproduction model and decided to take it apart. You can follow the link below for the stills, the video was not the dissection (corrected — Jan.8) but just a review walk-through. IT168 also made a comment that we have not heard of: ...

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Want Gran Turismo HD with realistic driving and wheel? Sorry

According to Sony, the dream of actually having force-feedback in driving games will never come to full bloom. Partial bloom won’t happen either. So why will force-feedback never arise? It’s all to blame on that damn Sixaxis controller which does not have a rumble function. All PS3 games are programmed for the SIXAXIS which doesn’t have force feedback, therefore the ...

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The Z84Jp: ASUS� newest laptop

ASUS� newest laptop is being released with enough features to roll with the big dogs. With many laptops manufacturers getting more competitive, maybe ASUS decided to come in strong and show that they could do it. The Z84Jp has everything: Intel Core 2 Duo, up to 4GB of DDR2 memory, SATA hard drive, and NVIDIA GeForce Go 7600 graphics card. ...

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Logitech X-240 speakers have built-in (hickory dickory) dock

Computer stereo systems are an annoyance. They are never as good as you want them to be, they lack the ease of usability that we all strive to find, and most of the models on the open market are rehashed versions of stock speakers with a different skin. The Logitech X-240 might not be audiophile quality (in fact it’s similar ...

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Shuttle announces the Mac Mini hating X200 mini-MCPC

Media center PCs are really picking up speed. Even if you didn’t buy a PC with the intended purpose of hooking up your cable to it, so many PCs have a TV tuner in them that the title of MCPC is beginning to lose its glamor. The new Shuttle X200 mini-media center PC completes every objective of Shuttle’s. It has ...

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