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New Gateway Desktops For Gamer And Media Nuts

While Gateway has never been known for their power house rigs, gamers and media enthusiasts will surely be interested in its latest line of desktops, the Gateway FX6710-01 and LX6200-01. For the gamer, the FX6710-01 packs an Intel Core 2 Quad Q9400 CPU, ATI HD 4850 graphics, 6GB of RAM, 750GB HDD, DVD burner, memory card reader and Vista Premium ...

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Macbooks On The Cheap

You’ve already heard all the news that’s sprouted from the latest Apple event. Vince briefly mentioned the new price for the old Macbooks – $999, making it Apple’s first notebook under $1,000. However, is this price cheap enough to pull consumers in? Many Windows notebooks are priced between $500 and $1,000 dollars, which leaves room for any upgrade deals you ...

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Mac-O-Lanterns

Feeling like a Maverick? Like One-Eyed Jack? The Ace of Spades? Of course you do! Otherwise you wouldn’t be reading Gearfuse. Unleash your inner dork on October 31st and get ready for some Mac-O-Lanterns this Halloween. An Instructables article will walk you through the process of painting an old Mac orange and attaching a mouse to it. As for the ...

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Shout At Your Monitor To Control The Cursor

When you can’t use a mouse because of too much Guitar Hero, don’t fret; alternative means of controlling your computer’s cursor are just over the horizon. The University of Washington is developing a vocally controlled mouse interface that’s completely hands free! Similar to speech recognition that aids in typing, the vocal joystick makes using a mouse as simple as humming ...

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Lenovo’s First Shot At Netbooks

Computing isn’t always about raw power and trying to build the best gaming rig out there. Sometimes the simple bare necessities will suffice. Lenovos first netbook, the IdeaPad S10-42312CU, comes with all the bare necessities you’ll ever need to surf the web. Featuring a 10.2-inch 1024600 widescreen display, an Intel Atom N270 single core processor running at 1.6GHz, GMA 950 ...

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Oops! I Stepped On My Computer!

This computer sure is tiny. Fit-PC Slim is the ultimate mini-rig for anyone who isn’t satisfied with USB drives as a means of transporting data. It’s dimensions are 110 x 100 x 30mm and it packs a mean 500MHz AMD Geode LX800 processor, Ethernet jack, VGA output, WiFi, and a 2.5-inch hard drive option for taking data on the go. ...

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Expose Your PC’s Private Parts

Heating issues can take a huge toll on your computer’s hardware. I mean, take a look at this Xbox 360. That thing is FUBAR. The team at Antec are aware of the many heating issues people have with their computers, so they’ve built the world’s first open air PC case. The Antec Skeleton packs a 92mm fan in the front ...

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New Sony VAIOs Make My Mouth Water

Sony has launched two new laptops that are so technologically advanced that even the tech-savvy Jerry Seinfeld has to get his hands on one. The VAIO VGN-CS180J/R and VGN-NR485E/L are their names and it just makes me wonder why computers can’t be named in the same manner that cars are. The Sony VAIO Panther would be much easier to bring ...

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Lock Away Work Station For The Paranoid

When it’s been a long day at work and you’re sapped of any energy you require to pack up your belongings and scurry home, you’ll need to facilitate the process. A briefcase doesn’t come close to fitting your whole workstation in it like the Cyber Box does. It’s a cubicle on the move that, when on your way out, forces ...

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Hyperlink: Cursors Through Art

The product of artist Ben Fino-Radin, “Hyperlink” is a four-piece series of needlepoint yarn sculptures that feature the ever-prominent desktop cursor. These are huge works of art too, meaning that Ben most likely spent hours looking at a pixelated hand in Photoshop for hours on end. It’s from 2006 but old things can be good too, you know. Link [via]

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