Daily Archives: March 17, 2010

Acer Aspire Timline 1830t

Aspire TimelineX 1830T And Others Announced

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Acer’s had some pretty slick-looking notebooks released under its Timeline series the past couple of years, and they’re continuing that tradition with the newly announced TimelineX 1830T, 3820T, 4820T, 5820T. Each promises to be slim, light, and with enough battery life to keep you going throughout a day’s work. Here’s...

Steve Jobs Cheese Bust

Obsessed Apple Fan Makes Steve Jobs Cheese Head

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How do you prove your overwhelming obsession with all things Apple?  Simple, you make a bust of Steve Jobs’ head out of cheese.  But that’s not the most disturbing recipe.  Place it in a vat, melt it down, and you’ve got Spicy Steve Nachos Supreme. Read...

AT&T Zero Charger

AT&T’s Zero Charger Is Vampire Free

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AT&T has their fair share of advanced handsets, but the last thing I thought I’d ever see from them is a game changing wall charger, the Zero Charger. Wall charger you say?  Sure did.  What sets this one apart from the masses is that it draws absolutely NO power (i.e....

Astro A30 Gaming Headset

Astro A30: A High End Affordable Gaming Headset

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One word is appropriate to describe professional gamers: intense. You don’t win national tournaments like the MLG (Major League Gaming) without being committed. In 2008, Astro Gaming, a sub-studio of design firm Astro Studios, released their high quality A40 headset specifically for these gamers. Now, Astro is set to release...

Sony Vaio M Netbook

Sony Launches New VAIO M Netbook, Small And Somewhat Affordable

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Netbooks continue to remain a popular low-cost alternative to notebooks, and Sony brings their latest entry into the market with the new VAIO M. The 3.1 pound netbook, encased in either a black or white matte finish, features a 10.1-inch display with a 1024×600 resolution, the standard netbook 1.66GHz Intel...