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Your Next Coffee Table Could Let You Browse The Web

@ 2006/03/27 read/post comments(0)
DiamondTouch is front-projected and uses an array of antennas embedded in the touch surface. Each antenna transmits a unique signal. Each user has a separate receiver, connected to the user capacitively, typically through the user's chair. When a user touches…

CoolIT Freezone CPU Cooler (all-in-one Water Cooling Kit)

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Part of the Freezone's overall small footprint is achieved by it's lack of a large liquid reservoir. Though convenient, this small footprint would seem to be the Freezone's "Achilles Heal". Though the Freezone was able to cool the idling CPU…

Top 10 Strangest Computer Mice

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Computer mice come in all odd shapes and sizes, so our editors decided to compile a list of the ten strangest that we’ve come across.

Philips WACS700/05 Wireless Music Station

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Now, it seems, the comeback has finally hit the world of audio technology. So, just when you thought the idea of multi-room hi-fi had been consigned to the great bad ideas dustbin in the sky, back it comes…

Memorex Mega TravelDrive 8GB

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The Memorex’s selling point is that it’s the smallest 8GB USB 2.0 drive on the market, being squarer, and therefore slightly smaller, than the Iomega and Sony drives. Not surprisingly then it’s also slightly lighter at 39.7g,…

Sunbeam Illuminated Keypad

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If you're reading this and asking yourself, “Why the heck would I need a number pad when my keyboard already has one?", you probably don't need one. Those of you who use a laptop or smaller keyboard and need to…

G.Skill F1-4000BIU2-2GBHV DDR500

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The need for 2 GB of RAM is coming soon with the introduction of Microsoft Vista which is said to use as much as that. The G.Skill F1-4000BIU2-2GBHV is aimed at enthusiasts and gamers. It's a great memory for about…

FB-DIMMs slow down Intel Bensley servers

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BENSLEY WAS DELAYED not due to any problems with the platform itself, that was done months ago, but due to FB-DIMMs. Yes, those pesky FBDs are late, hot, and in short supply, so several big box slingers,…

Vista 2007. Fire the leadership now!

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It certainly sounded like Microsoft leadership committed to us, our customers, our partners, and our shareholders that Vista would be out in 2006. -- Slip! -- We should have asked for more…

The Odd Couple? hy Dell bought Alienware, and why they'll probably screw it up

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If I were the Alienware people, I'd keep the Dell people out of my managerial and executive spots at gunpoint, because once they start seeping in with their Dellness, that will be the beginning of the end.

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