Computer World

ViewSonic unveils its first ever all-in-on PC – VPC100

ViewSonic is a new name that has appeared in the PC world. VPC100 is all-in-one PC. Let’s have a look at the ViewSonic’s specifications. VPC100 comes with an 18.5 inch LCD display. It works at 1366 x 768 resolution with 16:9 aspect ratio. Powered by 1.6GHz Intel Atom CPU with 1GB of RAM with a capacity of 160GB hard drive. ...

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128 GB Flash drive from Edge Tech Corp announced

Edge Tech corp is all set to launch a 128 GB flash drive. This news comes amidst various different launches from other companies in the market. The kingston earlier came out with a similar offer but looked more rugged than this. But at $389.95, it seems pretty economical, brushing aside other aspects. This can be pre-ordered presently and shall be ...

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New King Sized DVD gives more Capacity

New King Sized DVD With the emerging progress of the nanotechnology many Australian researchers believe that the DVD capacity can be increased to be 2000-fold with no changes in the size of the disc. Previously, you had to keep dozens of different DVD’s for all your home movies collection but now it is possible to save it on one disc ...

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Viral Heat

Viral Heat Now-a-days YouTube and Twitter is becoming an essential marketing tool for brands and companies, there has been an emergence of startups that help the vendors track the buzz around a certain individual or brand. Radian6, Visible Measures, Omgili, Omniture and a plethora of others offer tools to monitor blogs, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook and other social media sites for ...

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Kindle Dx ebook reader started by Amazon

People who are fond of reading books find anything and everything which comes on a piece of paper to read interesting. But in today’s busy world we don’t find enough time and place to bring those huge books along. But Amazon has a solution for all those booklovers. It is the new Kindle DX e-book reader. With the new Kindle ...

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Windows 7 requirements released

Microsoft recently released the system requirements of the Release Candidate for Windows 7. The system requirements for the Release Candidate will remain same for the final versions of the Windows 7. The system requirements for the Windows 7 are not so elevated. For instance, if a user has already upgraded to a Windows Vista customized machine then he may not ...

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Logitech G-Series, the new Gamers Accessories

When you first see the picture above you would say, Wow what’s that and how good it looks!! Upon inspecting closely you will realize that how well everything was arranged to make the picture look so perfect. Well, that’s the art of multimedia. Leaving that aside, we all know that Logitech is a well known name in the gaming industry ...

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Complete online repair of windows xp, ReImage it

Protecting the PC from the various viruses, malware and spyware attacks have always given the OS developers sleepless nights. It’s mainly because of the negligence of most of the careless and helpless users. Security of the PC is what everybody is concerned about these days. Yes, we are talking about Windows the leader of the operating systems. Though MS is ...

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Fit PC2: The smallest PC in the world!

CompuLab yet again surprises with its new innovation. They have come up with the fit-PC2 which the smallest personal computer in the world. Look at the size of the PC it is smaller than a Compact Disk. Fit-PC2 is different from those net top PCs at least by its tiny size whose dimensions are 115x101x27 mm. The case of fit-PC2 ...

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Windows Marketplace | Now open for developer registrations

All the developers out there who were interested in getting their product on Microsoft’s mobile app store have something to rejoice upon. Windows Marketplace for Mobile, Microsoft’s mobile app store for Windows Mobile phones are now open for developers who can register and learn the rules laid by the guys from Redmond for the online stores. There is lot of ...

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