Peripherals

Walmart & Target Cyber Monday Offers Make HP Printers Cheaper

November 29, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Cyber Monday shopping is kick starting itself into something big, ad let us tell you its not just those mobile phones and notebooks that are attracting the enthusiasts. For those who always wanted that sexy printer out there so bad, here’s how to get them. Head for Walmart and Target now and you will return […]

Microsoft Xbox 360 Kinect Camera Peripheral Launched; Features, Price & Dark Skin Trouble

November 4, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft has officially rolled out the Kinect camera peripheral for its Xbox 360. After months of ads everywhere, the company’s multi-million dollar motion sensing camera has finally hit the shelves. However,  latest reports  suggest  that the device may have trouble sensing dark skin. The Xbox 360 Kinect uses a pair of cameras and a microphone […]

Microsoft Arch Touch Mouse Breaks Cover and Disappears

August 18, 2010, By Atul Roach

We did talk about the Microsoft novelty, the Arch Touch mouse, a couple of weeks back and at that point in time we were almost sure that this MSFT peripheral will not go public before September this year. Well considering that Microsoft hasn’t outed the Arch Touch mouse officially, our predictions were still doing well, […]

Logitech’s New K800 Keyboard Offers Illuminated Concave Keys

August 18, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Logitech’s MK700 wireless keyboard found a special place in many users’ hearts, mainly because of the innovative – and certainly very convenient – style its keys were designed in, using a very pronounced concave shape. However, if you’ve been finding yourself typing in poorly-lit conditions a lot of time and want something that can give […]

Nintendo Wii to Get a Tablet Peripheral

August 17, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Nintendo’s Wii console is about to receive yet another innovation in terms of controlling devices – this time in the face of a tablet peripheral, and what’s more curious, it’s not coming from Nintendo themselves, but rather from THQ, a major game publisher. The device is expected to launch by the end of the year […]

Awesome Futuristic Technology: 17 Cool Concept Printers

June 25, 2010, By Dorina Graham

In the future, printers may do much more than print documents or photos. Some will be eco-friendly, some will be space-saving, some seem now to be far out and freaky glimpses into awesome futuristic technology. These are 17 of the coolest concept printer designs that could be real in a few years. Pencil Printer yanko […]

MSI GUS (Graphics Upgrade Solution), First External Graphic Card for Laptops

May 27, 2010, By Atul Roach

MSI is a top-notch brand name when it comes to computers and therefore the company developing its first ever external graphics card is important news. MSI dubs its external graphics card as Graphics Upgrade Solution which is abbreviated as GUS and the device basically comprises of an MSI Radeon HD 5670 1GB graphic card. It […]

17 Outrageously Mind-Boggling Mouse Designs

May 21, 2010, By Dorina Graham

Why have a boring mouse when there are so many better functioning, better looking options? Mouse designs and concept mouse designs often are overlooked when we might be wanting a new computer accessory. Here we’ve collect 17 of the most outrageous and mind-boggling mouse designs. iTit Optical Wireless mouse

Cisco Debuts Sleek Linksys E-Series Wireless-N Routers, Makes Geeks Blush

March 31, 2010, By Alex Ion

With all the hype around those 802.11n waves you’ve been hearing as of late, we’re pretty sure you’re going to jump on the bandwagon and get yourself a new router to get the job done around the house, or the office. Well folks, if you’re in the market for a new machine, Cisco have just […]

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