Here’s one of the best man-kind creations of this decade…the PS3 Laptop! When this blog gets big enough, we are buying it from Ben Heck.
Category Archives: Laptop News
Here’s a good hack by Kipkay. It might not work for all laptop batteries but it’s good to know in case you want to hack your battery before buying a new over-priced battery.
Here’s steam punk laptop at its finest.
This may look like a Victorian music box, but inside this intricately hand-crafted wooden case lives a Hewlett-Packard ZT1000 laptop that runs both Windows XP and Ubuntu Linux. It features an elaborate display of clockworks under glass, engraved brass accents, claw feet, an antiqued copper keyboard and
Cowon A3, a PMP that’s capable of recording pictures and video media and pretty much nothing else, gets bumped to 80GB.
We’d already heard that the Cowon A3 would be getting a bump to 80GB, and the company has now not only gotten official about a US release for it, but dropped word of new 80GB Q5W as well. You can look for the upgraded A3 to land in the US first on May 26th for $440 (a good deal less than the $691 Euro-to-dollar conversion we heard about initially), with the 80GB Q5W following in late June for $600. Both models are othe
I’d probably advise you not to do this but it can be helpful if you like to write on a blackboard and get your hands very chalky…
After my adventure with my phone I’ve got all excited about customising high tech things in low tech ways. And for ages I’ve been trying to make my Mac more useful for taking notes / to dos. The problem is,
iRiver P10 PMP Lanched!…only in Korea…
Lol…looks better than iPod Touch that I have in my opinion…
Behold the magnificent yet simple P10 from IRIVER. Our PMP features a 4.3” LCD with a resolution of 800×480, has 33GB of internal memory, Supports WMV and Mpeg video, DMB, and a new GUI that supports handwriting recognition similar to that found on the fir
Once WiMAX rolls around the U.S. with Sprint, we will be seeing bunch of these UMPCs replacing PDAs and whatnot. At least, these will replace many of traveler’s laptops.
Get so hungry just looking at the pics!
SEOUL, Korea (AVING) — <Visual News> WIBRAIN(www.wibrain.co.kr) rolled out the SSD version of its 4.8-inch UMPC ‘B1′ in Korea market.
Suggested price is 399,000(KRW) for 8GB SSD, 549,000(KRW) for 16GB SSD, and 649,000(KRW) for 32GB SDD model.
It’s going to cost about $4