LaCie Little Big Disk Thunderbolt is already ready
21 Sep 2011 - By Omar Mariño

– Amazing speed of up to 10Gb/s
– Perfect for creative professionals who often need to travel
– Developed in collaboration with Intel and Apple

Quick (and not so Cheap) Upgrades for Your PC
17 Jun 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Computers are great but, let’s face it, stock parts just aren’t happening. Every computer user (even the grandmas who can barely handle email) can benefit from a little personal tweaking. This time around, we’re taking a look at some quick and dirty upgrades for your PC. They range in price from $20 to nearly $1,000, so you could say there’s something in here for everyone.
Let’s get started with a little keyboard action. Read more >>

Laptops: New Offerings at Spring Computing Expos
4 Jun 2011 - By Omar Mariño

For those of you who thought the iPad had killed the last of the laptops, you were wrong. This spring’s tech expos around the world are showcasing some wild and wondrous portable machines that will keep Apple from ruling the world for a couple more years. Let’s take a look at some of these little gems as we delve into the next generation of lap-capable computing starting with Gigabyte’s M2432. Read more >>

More Gaming Gizmos and Gadgets … and Goodness
28 May 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Last time around, we examined some of the latest items in gaming gadgetry. This time, we go a little deeper into the gaming world and get into some hardware that will really keep those hardcore gamers happy. First, let’s take a look at Digital Storm’s new monster for gaming PC category: The ODE. Read more >>

Acer’s New Aspire All-In-One Desktop Model Hits Shelves in May
7 Apr 2011 - By Omar Mariño

I’m not a big fan of all-in-one desktop PCs. For the most part, they are underpowered and loaded with unnecessary bloatware, hampered by limited functionality, and poorly designed. Acer has set out to put a stop to that with their new Aspire Z5761. It is a 23 inch high definition model that packs everything up into a neat, well-designed chassis for roughly $1,300. Read more >>

Apple Releases iPad 2 Specifications
3 Mar 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Apple just recently released the specifications of its next generation iPad device (named the iPad 2). In comparison to the current version of the iPad the iPad 2 is actually quite an upgrade. So what’s different about this version?

Yes, it will be thinner and lighter but the outside specs aren’t really all that appealing. It’s the internals that will really make the difference.

For starters the iPad 2 will be running on a 1GHz dual core processor (instead of a single core). There will be a front-facing VGA camera presumably for FaceTime video conferencing or just snapping glamour shots of yourself. There will also be a 720p rear camera as well which is something the first generation iPad should have had but didn’t.

The iPad 2 will also come equipped with a gyroscope in addition to the traditional accelerometer which might open up the way for some truly interesting applications (or lead to a bunch of exploitive games clogging the App Store).

In addition, there will be three versions of the iPad 2 ready to overtake the world upon release. Of course you’ll be able to snap up the AT&T version but Verizon will also have its own model. In addition, if you want to go the “cheap” route, there will be a WiFi only model as well.

Other than that, the two will be pretty much the same. Stay tuned for more updates.

ASUS Lamborghini External Drives Overpriced and Underpowered
3 Feb 2011 - By Omar Mariño

ASUS has given us some of the best (and some of the worst) portable computing options around.  However, there has been a disturbing trend in the company’s releases as of late:  ASUS is bumping up their price tags!  This latest release, the ASUS Lamborghini External Hard Drive is no exception.


USB External Drive – Freecom Offers World’s Slimmest Portable HDD
18 Jan 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Hard Drives are just getting tinier and tinier and Freecom seems to be leading the pack on this miniaturization craze.  Their latest offering, the Mobile Drive Mg, is only 10mm thick!  That’s thin enough to forget it’s even in your pocket.  But can something so small be worth the price? Read more >>

Hard Drive Casing – Thermaltake’s New Enclosure Gets More Than a Pretty Face
30 Dec 2010 - By Omar Mariño

Tired of your boring old hard drive enclosure sitting on your desk like a brick?  Perk up your work space with flashing lights — the new Max 5G dual-fan hard drive enclosure from Thermaltake is a sight to behold, literally.  In addition to the twin massive fans in the front of this cooling enclosure, the device also comes with LED lighting that you can control.  But a hard drive enclosure really isn’t supposed to be pretty, right? Read more >>