I’m giving away the Microsoft HD-6000 Webcam. To enter for a chance to win just simply be subscribed to this our YouTube channel, comment below and also like the video if you would be so kind. You have until July 1st, 2011...Read More
We take a look at the iPhone 4 hotspot on Verizon. It turns out that it works quite well and just as expected. Verizon currently charges $20 per month for the feature to be turned on and also is coming to AT&T and other...Read More
Click to Play I compare the new 11 inch MacBook Air to the Original Unibody 13 inch MacBook. I compare the size and also do a quick speed comparison of boot up times, program opening. Check out the video for the rundown.Formats...Read More
Apple is finally releasing the 17-inch version of their unibody MacBook. The 17-inch MacBook Pro, is the .98 inches thin, 6.6 pounds, and is the world’s lightest and thinnest 17-inch notebook. There’s a 17-inch LED backlit display, 1920×1200. “This is the best display we’ve ever shipped in a notebook.” 700:1 contrast ratio, 60% greater color gamut than the previous 17-inch display.
If you grew up with the Commodore or were lucky enough to have an Amiga, you probably have fond memories of the time spent with them. Commodore has not been too mainstream for quite some time. They have been making gaming pc’s and have slowly tried to regain the fame of their glory days.
The new notebook mouse from Microsoft has been found on Amazon.de ccording to Engadget. The new mouse uses a blue LED with a wide angle lens which makes it more suitable for different surfaces. The advantage is with battery life as LED’s use less power than the latest laser mice. The mouse is nowhere to be found on Microsoft’s own website but was hinted at with a teaser "say goodbye to laser".Read More