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  • Rumor: Retina-Equipped iPad Coming in Second Half of 2013

    Published by kristoffer March 18, 2013

    An analyst for DisplaySearch boldly predicts that Apple could be launching an iPad mini with Retina display by the second half of 2013. Based on supply chain data, Paul Semenza tells CNET that the Retina iPad mini will have a screen resolution of 2,048 x 1,536, similar to the that of the full-size iPad with Retina display.
    Because of the smaller screen size, however, the iPad mini with Retina will have a richer pi

  • The Executive Keyboard by Datamancer

    Published by dennis March 9, 2013

    While computer keyboards are the primary input peripheral used by PC users, it is something that people don’t consider giving that look of elegance. More people are more concerned of making keyboards more functionally accurate. But there might be some who still may want to give an ordinary keyboard that look of luxury. An example that such people may consider may be available in the Executive Keyboard from Da

  • Nifty MiniDrive for Macbooks

    Published by kristoffer March 3, 2013

    Any MacBook user understands the hassle of adding storage space into their Apple-made laptops. There are various options to do so, such as expensive and inconvenient-to-carry-around external hard drives or inserting an SD card. However, the media card sticks out by one centimeter when fully inserted, so users cannot put it in all the time.
    One company looked for a solution to this and came up with the Nifty MiniD

  • Wacom Teases About HD Mobile Tablet

    Published by kristoffer March 1, 2013

    Wacom is known for its large HD tablets for the creative professionals and the Bamboo stylus that works in a multitude of mobile tablets including the iPad. However, a recent post on Wacom’s Facebook page could indicate that the company will introduce a mobile tablet of its own “this summer.”
    “We’ve heard you shouting out loud for a Wacom mobile tablet for creative uses. Well… we

  • Mus3 Wireless Computer Mouse

    Published by dennis February 28, 2013

    Using a computer mouse won’t seem to get outdated any time soon. While some touch screen devices may have made the PC mouse somehow come with reduced functions, it nevertheless has its own market segment to take care of. There are people who still prefer the use of a computer mouse. Using the Mus3 Wireless Computer Mouse will even make it a bit more appealing.
    The Mus3 Wireless Computer Mouse has many unique

  • Google Launches Chromebook Pixel Touch-Screen Laptop

    Published by kristoffer February 22, 2013

    Google has unveiled its first touch-screen laptop that runs on its own Chrome operating system. The new high-end laptop, called the Chromebook Pixel, was designed and built by Google in collaboration with a hardware manufacturer in Taiwan.
    The search engine giant has been pushing hard on churning physical devices, especially after acquiring Motorola Mobility to develop Google’s smartphones and tablets.
    The C

  • LG Introduces Tab Book Hybrid Device

    Published by dennis February 21, 2013

    Hybrid devices have recently been put into the spotlight. It has gotten some good attention from people who are not just satisfied with features and functions of devices that is currently in the market. Hybrid devices like the new LG Tab Book aim to appeal to such people.
    The new LG Tab Book Hybrid device has recently been introduced at the Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona. It is designed to cater to consume

  • Matias Quiet Pro Silent Mechanical Keyboard

    Published by dennis February 13, 2013

    People using a mechanical keyboard usually look for accuracy in every key press. But while it may be the most accurate keyboards around in terms of eliminating lags, there might be an issue with the noise of the keys when typing. The Quiet Pro Mechanical Keyboard may just help eliminate some of these noise issues.
    The Matias Quiet Pro Mechanical Keyboard may be considered as one of the quietest mechanical keyboard

  • Microsoft Surface Pro Sold Out Hours After Launch

    Published by kristoffer February 9, 2013

    Looks like people really want a piece of the Microsoft Surface Pro. The $999 128GB Windows 8 Pro slab was sold out in the online Microsoft Store in the US just hours after it went on sale today. Meanwhile, stocks of the 64GB version were depleted hours later.
    It is not the end of it, though, as the Surface Pro is also available in physical retail stores like Best Buy. You need to be quick, however, as TechCrunch

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  • Takara Tomy AutoMee S Mini Robot Cleaner

    Published by dennis

    Robot vacuum cleaners have become increasingly common. People are no longer surprised that such gadgets exist. But they certainly will be surprised that there can be a device small enough to operate just like those usual large robot vacuums. The new Takara Tomy AutoMee S works the same way, only that it cleans your tablet and smartphone screens instead.
    The Takara Tomy AutoMee S is a unique mini robot cleaner desig

  • Mini Version of Wikipad Gaming Tablet Coming This Spring

    Published by kristoffer

    Looks like the Razer Edge won’t be the only gaming tablet to watch out for this 2013. Wikipad has announced that its much-delayed tablet of the same name is set to be launched this year. The 7-inch Wikipad sports a Tegra 3 GPU, a 1280 x 800 resolution display, a 1GB DDR3 RAM, 16GB of Flash memory, and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera.
    The Wikipad was originally designed as a 10.1-inch tablet, but the compa

  • Genius Wireless Pen Mouse

    Published by dennis February 7, 2013

    There are some devices that just avoids redesign. Some people have grown accustomed to certain devices that giving them a redesign might drive people away as well as from their comfort zone. The computer mouse is one example. Although there can be some modifications, how people use it is generally the same. Other redesign concepts haven’t taken off to replace the old dependable PC mouse. But here comes device

  • Nokia CEO Teases About Windows-Based Tablet

    Published by kristoffer February 5, 2013

    Nokia CEO Stephen Elop hinted during an interview with Australian Financial Review that his company will be venturing once more to the tablet category.
    Back in 2007, years before the iPad, Nokia introduced the N800 Internet Tablet, which was followed by the N801 the year after. They looked more like phablets by today’s standards and like other tablets before the iPad, they did not take off well.
    “We ha

  • Apple Introduces the 128GB iPad

    Published by dennis January 30, 2013

    Apple recently hasn’t been standing tall lately for various reasons. One is that they recently saw their stock price go down to amid the reports of lower than expected earnings forecast for the next quarter. It even has been overtaken lately in top place as the most valuable company in the world. It even got itself overtaken as the company with the best selling smartphone. But still, despite these lows, Apple

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