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Intel Solid State Drive (SSD) 330 Series Announced

Intel is the name you would probably associate most with microprocessors. But they are capable of making other things as well, such as flash memory – hence the SSD 330 Series. SSD stands for solid state drive of course, and if you want to choose one of a superb range of drives from just $89 upwards (yes that is $89, it’s not a misprint or mistype) you can now look to Intel to provide you ..

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Intel Solid State Drive (SSD) 330 Series Announced

| April 24, 2012 |

Panasonic Eluga Smartphone, Waterproof for Up to 30 Seconds

Sometimes you have to wonder whether a phone is actually a phone at all. The Panasonic Eluga looks like, well… it’s hard to find the words. This is an incredibly slim phone and if you are prone to throwing your phones in water this could be just the handset for you. It has been designed to remain fully waterproof in up to a metre of water for as much as half a minute. Why do ..

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Panasonic Eluga Smartphone, Waterproof for Up to 30 Seconds

| April 23, 2012 |

HTC Golf, First Official Pic

The interestingly named HTC Golf has just been revealed in an official photo, and it doesn’t have anything to do with the game of the same name. How disappointing that is, and it makes you wonder why they came up with the name in the first place. Perhaps the available and interesting names for new phones are running a bit low.

Anyway the handset is intended for those who are getting their first mobile, or maybe ..

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HTC Golf, First Official Pic

| April 23, 2012 |

Hornet Velomobile Runabout with Electric Power

Remember when the Sinclair C5 hit the streets a few decades ago? I’ll admit I really wanted one but they never caught on. The question now is whether the Hornet is the next Sinclair C5, or whether it will offer something that is perfect for getting around in the 21st century.

The idea is built around a tricycle which has two wheels at the front and one at the back. The aerodynamic casing means it is ..

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Hornet Velomobile Runabout with Electric Power

| April 21, 2012 |

Midget Bushtrekka Bicycle Trailer with Tent

If you love cycling and you love going off road and camping too, you’ll probably already have a trailer of some kind to help you carry all your gear. But how about this beauty for making it even easier to get out and about and do some camping at the same time?

The Midget Bushtrekka is built for off road experiences as well as sticking to the cycle paths. And it manages to pack a lot ..

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Midget Bushtrekka Bicycle Trailer with Tent

| April 20, 2012 |

D-Link DSM-310 MovieNite, Streaming HD Media Player

D-Link has launched its DSM 310 MovieNite streaming media player. Priced at $60, this is currently carried exclusively by Walmart.

What the MovieNite offers is instant access to entertainment content from a wide range of sources; all you need to do is to connect the device to a TV and a power outlet. Once you switch on the MovieNite player, it accesses content via built-in wireless or Ethernet connectivity and streams it to your computer or ..

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D-Link DSM-310 MovieNite, Streaming HD Media Player

| April 19, 2012 |

ErgoSensor Philips Monitor Stops You Slouching

For years, a stream of research has consistently found that our posture while using computers plays a major role in our physical well-being.

In response, hardware manufacturers have redesigned computer keyboards and screens; indeed, even the mouse has been redesigned, to make it easier for users.

Furniture makers too have developed ergonomic chairs and desks that allow users to work on computers in postures that do not put undue stress on the user’s necks, shoulders or backs.

As ..

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ErgoSensor Philips Monitor Stops You Slouching

| April 17, 2012 |