Highlights from Interbike 2014

Computers

Dell's Studio Hybrid mini-PCs

July 30, 2008 Dell's answer to the Mac Mini ups the ante with an HDMI output, optional Blu-ray drive, and some seriously green credentials.  Read More

Intel’s new Core 2 Quad Q8200 just around the corner

July 28, 2008 According to Fudzilla, Intel’s new quad core 2.33GHz CPU called the Core 2 Quad Q8200 is set for an August 31 release. The CPU has a 1,333MHz FSB, 4MB of cache memory and should be selling at a wholesale price of US$224, which means you’ll have to buy a few thousand or so of the chips if you want them at this price.  Read More

The RSOL Jive Series Desktop

July 29, 2008 Want a PC that will run Windows, Linux and OSx86 with minimal fuss? RSOL PC have built the Jive multi-platform computer with you in mind.  Read More

The latest DataTraveler flash drives

July 25, 2008 Kingston has introduced the security- (and fashion-) conscious DataTraveler 101, alongside 16GB variants of their DataTraveler 100 and DataTraveler 400 flash drives.  Read More

Brando's Super 16-port USB Hub

July 25, 2008 Brando's new "Super" USB hub packs a whopping sixteen USB ports, and gives you the ability to use all the connected peripherals on a second machine at the flick of a switch. Needless to say, if this thing can't quench your thirst for USB ports, you can't be helped.  Read More

Rain Design's mStand

July 24, 2008 Prolonged use of a laptop placed flat on a desk is guaranteed to lead to neck and back strain. The mStand is an attractive way to bring your MacBook or MacBook Pro six inches off your desk and closer to your eyes.  Read More

The CherryPal C100

July 22, 2008 The popularity of so-called subnotebooks such as the Asus Eee PC has led to PC maker CherryPal releasing a low-spec, low-cost desktop computer called the CherryPal C100. CherryPal have dubbed the C100 a “cloud computer” as instead of accessing programs and data from the desktop computer, the majority of information is processed and stored on the web in a secure environment called the CherryPalCloud.  Read More

The Optimus Pultius keyboard

July 22, 2008 We've been following the Russian-based design studio Art. Lebedev for some time now, starting with the Optimus keyboard. We've since seen the Upravlator, the Optimus mini three and the Optimus Tactus. Meet the newest addition to the Optimus family, the 15-key Pultius.  Read More

SanDisk has announced the SDTM Write Once Read Many Card

In order to bring both security and longevity to data storage, SanDisk has announced the SDTM WORM (Write Once Read Many) Card, a digital memory drive that preserves important data for up to 100 years, and prohibits alteration or deletion. 128-megabyte SD WORM cards are currently available, with the capacity expected to increase with time.  Read More

Pioneer's 400 GB Blu-ray Disc

Pioneer has announced a 16-layer read-only optical disc with a capacity of 400 gigabytes which it will unveil at the International Symposium on Optical Memory and Optical Data Storage 2008 (ISOM/ODS2008) on July 13. The disk’s per-layer capacity is 25 gigabytes, which is the same as that of a Blu-ray Disc and this multilayer technology will also be applicable to multilayer recordable discs.  Read More

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