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Gizmodo is having a ‘Best Computer Rigs’ contest. Some of these pictures are insane. I don’t think I’ve seen so many fluorescent lights in quite a long time.
After a Gizmodo reader sent us a photo of his amazing Star Wars-meet-CTU-meet-Firefly computer setup at the end of his LEGO Collectors Millennium Falcon unboxing images, we [...]
TrustedReviews.com has a pretty fantastic review of the Sony VAIO VGN-TZ12VN. This is the first Sony laptop that is a solid state machine. This means no more spinning hard disks, longer battery life, and overall faster performance. Seems like a pretty great idea.
Check out the last page for the performance marks, such as the PC [...]
ExtremeTech has a review of the Microsoft Reclusa Gaming Keyboard.Â I personally don’t think it’s the most fantastic keyboard ever, but it is pretty cool.
Â As a gaming keyboard, the Reclusa comes up a bit short compared with gaming keyboards that preceded it. There’s no rearrangement of keys to cater to certain types of games, as [...]
Intel has created the monster of CPU’s for the desktop. It is the Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700 Quad-Core CPU. That’s right, it’s the first true quad core cpu!
The CPU is basically two Core 2 Duo CPU’s merged as one.
The Core 2 Extreme QX6700 runs at 2.66GHz on a 1066MHz front-side bus, so [...]
Sony has made their Vaio line of laptops even lighter. Their newest “type G” Vaio is now a mere 898 grams, and includes a 12.1-inch LCD screen.
Sony said it expects a basic model of its new “type G” computer, which runs for about 12.5 hours on a battery and is not equipped with an [...]
It’s about time Dell! Dell Inc., has begun offering laptops using the AMD Sempron, and the dual-core Turion 64 X2 CPU’s.
The prices will start at $549 with the Sempron processor.
All of Dell’s AMD-based laptop models had a preliminary ship date of Nov. 30.
A Dell spokesman on Wednesday confirmed [...]
According to MarketWatch Dell Inc. has announced that it will offer AMD’s Athlon chip in its Dimension computer line starting next month. This ends a long, and exclusive partnership with Intel.
This is an impressive move from Dell. It means that it is less reliant on Intel, and may include some cost savings for [...]
I would love to get my hand on one of these, although it’s probably not going to be for quite a long time.
It appears that scientists at the University of Rochester have come up with the design. They have it estimated to operate at 3,000 gigaherts (3 terahertz for those that were wondering). [...]
The old IBM PC has turned twenty five years old today. It is the day I became a geek. The IBM PC came with a floppy disk drive and MS-DOS. It was the first computer that was not considered a toy. It was a business machine.
From the Article:
A floppy disk is [...]
The Overclockers of Australia have reviewed the X-Micro Mini DiscGo 20GB portable disc drive. The little drive is quite spendy at about $199 suggested retail, but it makes up for it in it’s appeal, and size.
Let’s just jump to their conclusion:
This is a very cool little gadget. I can tell it’s cool, not only [...]
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