It’s always nice to have the latest model TV in your living room, but there is a price tag to new models. If your older flat screen TV does not have all the bells and whistles of the newer models, LG’s smart TV upgrader converts any TV into a smart TV. For just $99.99, you can upgrade your TV to a SMART TV with the LG SMART TV Upgrader ST600! Select from the most popular content from a variety of apps including Read More →
With all the problems we heard about the iPhone 4’s connection issues with the so called “Death Grip”, one would wonder why there would be a metal case on the market made out of metal. But here we are, with one tough and expensive ($300) Case-Mate Titanium iPhone case.
The beautiful case is machined from a single piece of titanium which provides strength and a modern sleek look. Titanium, which can be found in luxury vehicles and jet engines, adds durability and chances are, the case will outlive the iPhone 4. A laser etched logo puts a nice finishing touch to the case. The kit also comes with a tool set as minor assembly is required as well as buttons for volume are included. Read More →
Well, it finally happened… Way back in July, many speculated about a tablet coming from Apple, and now we get to see how close everyone came with their guesses.
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Am I disappointed? Well … yes and no. It’s cool, it’s really f-ing cool. It’s almost exactly what I expected from Apple, but it’s not exactly what I wanted.
[singlepic id=143 w=500 h= float=]I think it’s evident by many of the speculative renderings that some additional connectivity was expected. We wanted, at the very least, a built in USB port. I think the other thing everyone wanted was a full-blown version of OS-X and not the iPod Touch software running on a large screen.
Oh, and can I just mention the name…. Uhm. iPad just sounds like a feminine product. I don’t know why, since crunchpad sounds like a great name and doesn’t bring tampax to mind, but I can’t shake the image….
Anyway — I can’t wait to get my hands on one for a little real-word play. Maybe it’ll be enough for me — at the very least, it’ll make a great little news-reader and e-book platform.
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AMD’s newest top-of-the-line huge honkin’ dual-GPU beast of a graphics card has been officially released today, & the reviews are hitting the interwebs. The verdict? AMD’s made an enthusiast card that enthusiasts will appreciate not only for eye-bleeding speed, but overall build quality as well. That is… if they can find one to spend their hard-earned money on… On to the reviews:
A tidy sum of just a hair under $3 billion. I’m not so sure that adding 3Com’s gear to their ProCurve gear will make any sort of dent in Cisco’s market share, but then again, I’m not a major business analyst, either.
Priced at $899 for the Z5610-U9072 comes configured with a 23″ HD Display (1920×1080), Pentium Dual Core E5300 Processor (2.60GHz, 2MB L2 Cache, 800MHz FSB), 4GB DDR3 SDRAM, 320GB SATA Hard Disk, SuperMulti Optical Drive, Multi-in-One Card Reader, ATI Mobility Radeon HD4570 Graphics With 512MB Memory, High Definition Audio With 5.1 Channel Support, 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet, IEEE 802.11 b/g/Draft N, Six USB 2.0 Ports (Two Side, Four Rear), eSATA Port, Integrated HD Webcam with Microphone, Integrated Keyboard Light and Foot-Mounted Ambient Lighting and wireless Keyboard and Mouse.