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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

3K RazorBook 400 Mini Notebook

The RazorBook 400 Mini Notebook from 3K Computers may be tiny, but it’s packed with features. The hand held PC weighs less than two pounds and comes fully internet ready.  Read More

The G24 with the matching Aspire Predator PC.
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July 6, 2008 Acer’s new G24 LCD monitor is the first in the world to claim a 50000:1 contrast ratio courtesy of Acer’s Adaptive Contrast Management (ACM), which Acer claims produces dramatic improvements in gradation and detail, especially for dimmer and brighter scenes as well as enabling the G24 to use less power. Designed to entice PC gamers, the G24 supports high-definition (HD) graphics in a high contrast orange-black colored package that matches the Aspire Predator desktop PC.  Read More

Global PC Installed base passes 1 Billion

For all the talk of convergence centered on the computer, it is lagging far behind the mobile phone as the world’s go-to information machine for the masses. We reported a few months ago that half the world’s humans now carry a mobile phone and soon the number of active mobile services in the world will touch 4 billion. Gartner’s latest figures put the number of installed PCs worldwide as just having surpassed 1 billion units and at a growth rate of just under 12 percent annually, will surpass 2 billion units by early 2014.  Read More

Flash file format becomes indexable

In a move that will inevitably lead to a richer user experience on the internet, Adobe is teaming up with Google and Yahoo! to enhance search engine indexing of the Flash file format (SWF). This will dramatically improve search results of dynamic Web content and rich Internet applications (RIAs) because for the first time they will be discoverable by search engines.  Read More

The WOW-PEN Joy.

June 26, 2008 If you spend long hours slaving over a hot keyboard, the latest vertically orientated mouse from WOW Technology might be worth a look. Mice designed to keep the wrist in the more natural handshake position are being pitched as ergonomically superior to lie-flat mouse and we were surprised to find so many variations on the theme – others worthwhile checking out include the 3M Renaissance (formerly Animax), the Evoluent VerticalMouse, the E-Quill-AirO2bic mouse, and the Zero Tension Mouse.  Read More

Genius SP-T1200 touch speakers

Push-button technology is just soo 20th century. Driven by versatility, user friendliness, and because they just look so good, touch-screens are fast becoming the interface of choice... and mobile phones are just the beginning. Genius has just announced its latest notebook speaker system which features touch panel control of on/off, mute, volume, bass and treble functions.  Read More

The 500GB Samsung Spinpoint M6

June 23, 2008 Two previously announced Hard Disk Drives (HDD) from Samsung have entered mass production. The 500GB capacity Spinpoint M6 HDD for laptops and the Spinpoint F1 RAID Class (F1R) 3.5” SATA hard drive that features 1TB capacity were on show at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas last January and are joined by the new Spinpoint MP2 - a 250GB 2.5” hard drive operating at a 7200rpm rotation speed. While the Spinpoint M6 and MP2 are built for the booming laptop market, the Spinpoint F1 is designed for enterprise storage and surveillance applications.  Read More

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