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Cydle M7 MultiPAD Android 2.1 Tablet

FCC has finally approved the Cydle M7 MultiPAD. This latest android 2.1 tablet has a 7-inch display (800 x 480 pixels), 8 GB storage, 256 MB of RAM, 800 MHz ARM11 processor, g-sensor, HDMI port, built-in speaker, microphone, headphone input and 1080p HD video output. The Cydle M7 MultiPAD comes with a detachable stand where in you can use when ...

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HP Digital Sketch And Pocket Whiteboard


HP has introduced its latest HP Digital Learning Suite which is intended for Teachers and Students out there. These latest interactive tools helps the schools look for easiest way or solutions on how make students achieve success in their education. These latest technology also aims to improve the education system by encouraging the students to  interact, cooperate, collaborate, and boost ...

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Gigabyte nVidia GT 440 GV-N440TC-1GI Graphics Card


Gigabyte has announced their latest graphics card powered by nVidia GT 440 GPU dubbed as the Gigabyte GVN440TC-1GI. This video card uses the 40nm technology and it features 512MB of GDDR5 with a 1GB of TurboCache memory, 830MHz core clock, 1660MHz shader clock and a 3200MHz memory clock. The Gigabyte GVN440TC-1GI requires at least a 400W PSU and supports PhysX, ...

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Sony NGP “Next Generation Portable” Gaming Console

Sony has announced its latest technology which is said to be the PSP’s successor called Sony NGP which stands for Next Generation Portable, though it’s not the gaming console’s final name. As you can see this gaming gadget has a large display to be specific, a 5-inch OLED screen. It has also two micro-analog sticks,  front and rear camera, and ...

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Trim Slice Portable Desktop PC

It will be my first time to write a review about a latest gadget coming from Israel with a named of  Trim Slice Pocket-friendly desktop PC. This portable computer features 1GB of 800 MHz DDR2 memory, 64GB Solid State Drive, SDHC and a microSDHC slot. Other features included are Gigabit Ethernet, Bluetooth, WiFi b/g/n, HDMI and Dual-Link DVI ports for ...

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Aerocool Sixth Element Mid-Tower System Case


If you are looking for a mid-tower system case for your high-end desktop pc, you might want to check this latest technology from Aerocool called Sixth Element. The Taiwan-based company is targeting those gaming enthusiasts who are craving for high-end peripherals, thus needing a much cooler system case. Most motherboards are compatible with this steel case, especially Micro ATX and ...

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USB Cup Warmer

During cold season drinking a cup of warm coffee is the best thing to do, but if you are a busy person and you don’t have the time to go to the kitchen to boil some water then you might want to get this USB cup warmer. This USB gadget is very simple, you just need to connect it on ...

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Hitachi CinemaStar 5K2000 and C5K750 HDD


Do you need large storage devices for you’re A/V files? Then check this latest HDD from Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (Hitachie GST) called CinemeStar C5K750 (750GB, 640GB and 500GB)  and  5K2000(1.5TB and 2TB). The 3.5-inch 5K2000 features a CoolSpin technology that enables quiet operation at the same time energy-saving  mode, while the 2.5-inch C5K750 features an advanced format, which increases ...

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Samsung World’s First DDR4 Memory Modules


I’m quite sure that many computer users still haven’t yet experience how fast a DDR3 is when used on a desktop computer or laptop. In my cased I’m using DDR3 modules on my laptop and the difference among DDR1 and DDR2 is significantly fast. So the question is how fast would it be if we will use DDR4 memory? Speaking ...

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Lexar Echo MX and ZX USB Backup Drives

Lexar has just announced their latest technology called Echo MX and Echo ZX backup drives. Both back-up drives are equipped with a 128-bit AES encryption and no-touch backup software. The Echo MX has always-on capacity meter and has a speed of 28MB/s read and 10MB/s write on lower capacities and speeds up to 30MB/s read and 17MB/s write for the ...

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