iRiver E100 MP4 Player Has Two Built-In Speakers

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Everyone already knows that the Apple iPod absolutely dominates the portable media player market, but there are certainly alternatives out there that are worth checking out. Reigncom is not a company that is particularly well known around these parts, but their iRiver E100 comes with a pretty formidable feature set. Marketed as an all-in-one device, […]

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Ultra-Fast OCZ Sata II Solid State Drive Announced

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OCZ Technology Group is a company that knows a thing or two about memory. Their latest unveiling is a line of OCZ SATA II 2.5-inch Solid State Drives, which they call a “lightweight and efficient alternative to conventional hard disc drives.” Yes, we already knew that. These laptop and external enclosure-friendly solid state drives should […]

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Amazon Leaks Information Surrounding Sansa Fuze Media Player

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You could say that the Sansa Fuze is SanDisk’s answer to the third-gen iPod nano, but up until now, we have heard much in terms of confirmed specs. While we could sit around, twiddling our thumbs until SanDisk issues a press release, it’s probably easier to just to peek the deets leaked out by the […]

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Video: Adjustable Ergonomic Laptop is a DreamCom True

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The DreamCom 10 is a highly customizable laptop, because it can fold into multiple configurations for the best ergonomic comfort. The keyboard can be moved back and forth, providing you a little extra space away from the monitor. The keyboard can also be tilted to the best ergonomic angle. But wait, there’s more. The screen […]

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More Asus Eee PC Models Hit Shelves: 2G Surf, 8G

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The regular 4GB Asus Eee PC is pretty hard to find in stores, because it’s got to be the hottest item this holiday season. Instead of churning out more inventory of the original Asus Eee PC 701 (4GB), Asus is stocking the shelves with a few alternative units: the Asus Eee PC 2G Surf and […]

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Officially Official: Dell Latitude XT Tablet PC Breaks Cover

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“Dude, get a Dell.” That statement can now extend into the world of tablet PCs with the official announcement of the Dell Latitude XT. The company has been toying with the idea of a Tablet PC since 2004, so it’s nice to finally see those inclinations come to fruition. In many respects, the Dell Latitude […]

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Brando MP3 player/card reader lets you add the memory

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I had an uncle who would take me on scavenger hunts when I was a whee old lad. His favorite phrase was, “There’s more there than meets the eye.” This saying goes well with the Brando USB MP3 Player + SD/MMC Card Reader. This deceptively simple-looking device actually packs quite a bit of technology and […]

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REVIEW: ADSTech MiniTVUSB TV tuner

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More and more, people are using their computers (particularly laptops) for every aspect of their lives. Spreadsheets to balance the family budget, word processors to write up reports… heck, several people I know use their laptop instead of a DVD player for their televisions, running off the TV-out port of their video cards. With the […]

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Motorola WiMAX phones coming to a carrier near you

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Motorola hasn’t forgotten about WiMAX, the company announced that they are moving forward in a big way toward having the powerful technology on mobile phones. The news quote that came out of the Technology office was all about downloading music onto your phone, which we suppose is one thing you could do with a WiMAX-enabled […]

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Archos 104 digital audio player Reviewed

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Archos doesn’t have the same level of market penetration as Apple (well, no one does these days), Creative, or Toshiba. In fact, their products are pretty hard to come by here in Vancouver, with only the odd outdated PMP popping up at the local Future Shop or Best Buy from time to time. Myself, I […]

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Samsung’s iPod nano killer coming State-side

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In a world where being a distant second best to Apple is considered a monumental achievement, Samsung is hoping to make leaps and bounds with its flash-based YP-Z5 MP3 players. Originally unveiled last month, the 2GB YP-Z5A and the 4GB YP-Z5Q are making their way to the United States (and presumably Canada, as well) some […]

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SanDisk iNAND; The Microdrive Solution

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SanDisk today introduced yet another revolutionary memory solution, the SanDisk iNAND. This is the smallest, safest, and easiest integrated high-speed NAND flash storage device that has ever been designed. Its purpose is to replace the slow, bulky and sometimes unreliable micro hard drives. Embedded flash memory will revolution products in the future, it is now […]

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CSR Launches UniFi; Single-Chip Embedded ICs for Wi-Fi

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Halfway through 2005, you can expect to start seeing a whole range of new wireless enabled devices; from Wi-Fi Tvs, to printers and stoves. CSR has developed two different affordable and small single-chip solutions for Wi-Fi. The UniFi-1 Portable (5.8 x 6.4mm) is an 802.11b/g, single band chip for ultra-small applications like cellphones, the UniFi-1 […]

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SanDisk Increases Industrial Flash Card Speeds to 20 MB/s

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SanDisk 4GB and 8GB compact flash cards rated for industrial use were announced today. The read/write performance clocks out at an estimated 20 megabytes per second. No price was announced, but rest assured they will not be affordable. SanDisk also announced NAND flash technology will reach 8GB for industrial grades and 16GB for consumers. See […]

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Siemens SK65 Features BlackBerry Technology with Full Email Privileges

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At the London Stock Exchange, Siemens Mobile launched a high performance business phone with complete corporate data access capabilities via BlackBerry technology from RIM. The Siemens SK65 tri-band handset allows full control of your email inbox while on the move, with an ingenious swivel style x2type (cross-to-type) full size keyboard that is hidden behind the […]

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