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The Worst Android Tablet?

The Worst Android Tablet?

Ed Steele February 18, 2011 Comments Off

The Internet is abuzz with tablet news! There are so many great options out now we thought we’d go hunting for what might be the worst new Android tablet on the market. The Superpad

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Solar Wireless Keyboard

Solar Wireless Keyboard

Ed Steele February 16, 2011 Comments Off

The Logitech Solar Wireless Keyboard K750 is the perfect keyboard to have in case of World War Z. When the zombie apocalypse happens, and you JUST KNOW it’s going to happen, the very last

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Review: LaCie 1TB (Terabyte) USB Rugged Orange Portable Hard Disk

Review: LaCie 1TB (Terabyte) USB Rugged Orange Portable Hard Disk

Ed Steele November 2, 2010 Comments Off

Video Review What’s In The Box LaCie Rugged All-Terrain 1 TB Portable External Hard Drive FireWire 800 (9-to-9 pin) cable FireWire 400 (6-to-6 pin) cable Hi-Speed USB 2.0 cable (USB 1.1 compatible) USB power-sharing

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Buy OLPC (One Laptop Per Child) Kid’s Laptop, Run Fedora Linux

Buy OLPC (One Laptop Per Child) Kid’s Laptop, Run Fedora Linux

Ed Steele November 17, 2008 Comments Off

On Amazon $399 will get you an OLPC just like the ones being used to help educate kids in impoverished nations. Since the OLPC is really only $199, your $399 actually buys two OLPC’s:

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Voodoo Envy 133 – World’s Thinnest Laptop Computer

Voodoo Envy 133 – World’s Thinnest Laptop Computer

Ed Steele June 10, 2008 Comments Off

Wow, just when you thought your heart was set on a MacBook Air, Voodoo PC comes along and releases the Envy 133. Measuring .70 inches and clocking in at a measly 3.4 pounds this

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Why Use A Dual Bay SATA Hot Swap JBOD Enclosure?

Why Use A Dual Bay SATA Hot Swap JBOD Enclosure?

Ed Steele March 19, 2008 Comments Off

This spiffy new JBOD Enclosure from ThinkGeek features a one touch backup function, blue and red LED’s and data transfer up to 480Mbps (60MB/s) over USB 2.0. So you may be asking yourself –

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MyBook World Edition Part II

MyBook World Edition Part II

Ed Steele August 21, 2007 Comments Off

Wow. Many of you probably remember when a 10MB (that’s megabytes) hard drive was a big deal. The pretentiously named MyBook World Edition Part II holds a whopping 2TB of storage, allows for wireless

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The Most Expensive Monitor Setup 2007

The Most Expensive Monitor Setup 2007

Ed Steele April 6, 2007 Comments Off

So you’ve considered the most expensive Apple desktop and the most expensive PC desktop money can buy, but to be honest both seem to fall flat in the monitor department. That’s where CineMassive steps

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The Most Expensive, High Tech Gaming Rig (PC 2007)

The Most Expensive, High Tech Gaming Rig (PC 2007)

Ed Steele April 2, 2007 3

Last week we looked at the most expensive, high tech Apple desktop system money can buy. Today I’ve priced the most expensive Alienware gaming rig money can buy, which comes out to about half

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The Most Expensive, High Tech Desktop Computer (2007)

The Most Expensive, High Tech Desktop Computer (2007)

Ed Steele March 28, 2007 1

Something I do every year is go to the Apple store and pretend I’ve got Donald Trump’s wallet in my back pocket and price the most expensive desktop on the planet. So what do

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Apple 17 Inch MacBook Pro

Apple 17 Inch MacBook Pro

Ed Steele April 26, 2006 Comments Off

Apple just announced the new Apple 17 Inch MacBook Pro, which is five times faster than it’s G4 processor predecessor and the first Mac notebook with PCI Express. Comes standard with 1GB of RAM,

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Glacier’s GX 1000 A Industrial Computer Will Blind You

Glacier’s GX 1000 A Industrial Computer Will Blind You

Ed Steele April 19, 2006 Comments Off

The Glacier GX 1000 A uses four specially developed backlight inverters providing 1350 nits of brightness. Traditional laptops run at less than 300 nits and are impossible to read outside during the day. This

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The iBook Tablet….For Sale!

The iBook Tablet….For Sale!

Ed Steele February 9, 2006 Comments Off

This is the one and only Apple iBook Tablet computer known to actually exist. It was debuted last year as an accomplishment of an avid hardware hacker. Basically he took an iBook flipped the

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iWant a MacBook Pro!

iWant a MacBook Pro!

Ed Steele January 10, 2006 Comments Off

Jobs delivers again. The MacBook Pro is the latest notebook in the Apple line. This baby has a dual core Intel processor, an embedded iSight camera and is beginning to make me seriously jealous.

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Western Digital’s new Raptor at $2 a Gig

Western Digital’s new Raptor at $2 a Gig

Ed Steele January 4, 2006 Comments Off

Western Digital has unveiled its latest Raptor drive. 10,000 RPM, SATA connectivity and $2 a gig? That’s a bit expensive for my taste but as with most things, these drives are going to start

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