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Apple MacPro

Unless you’ve been living under the great big Internet rock, then you probably know E3 is ongoing. And if you’ve followed it at all, then you know the Apple MacPro was announced today. This is definitely a departure from your standard CPU. It possesses 4K resolution capabilities to three separate monitors at the same time. It has dual GPUs, the high-performance Thunderbolt 2, PCI Express-based flash storage, and ultra-fast memory. If you really want to geek out, you can follow the buy link to check out the specs on Apple’s website. To satisfy your interest, though, we’ll just tell you Read More

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Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13

The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 is making it very hard for us to go through with another iPad purchase. The device sort of eased out into the world last year, but it’s still top of the line stuff for people, who are interested in creating, facilitating, or consuming entertainment. It also includes a flip-side keyboard that easily turns it from 13.3-inch tablet to laptop in seconds. In all, you get four modes: tablet, tent, stand, and laptop. Each one of them will make this relevant whether you’re unwinding or starting your work day. It boasts a 3rd generation Intel Core Read More

$1000 Buy

Apple 1 Computer

If it’s one thing we respect around here, it’s heritage. In fact, we’ve got a few ideas in the hopper for how to celebrate some of that heritage when it comes to gadgets and tech. More on that later. Today, we wanted to include the Apple 1 Computer auction sale that recently went down in Germany to an undisclosed “Far East” investor. The one that recently sold did so for the price you see on our listing. We imagine you’d have to make a higher offer to wrest it away from the winning bidder. The value of this computer, which Read More

Darkmatter Xbox 360 Open Source Laptop

If you’ve ever wanted to take your Xbox 360 with you wherever you go without having to make a production of hooking it and unhooking it to a television, then the Darkmatter Xbox 360 Open Source Laptop may be the answer. This device can be yours in one of two ways — as a DIY kit (the more affordable option) or fully assembled. It’s currently in a Kickstarter funding campaign, but should it come to fruition, you’ll be able to get full access to all of what makes Microsoft’s flagship console great. The wireless controllers, Xbox Live, and DVDs even Read More

Tiki PC From Falcon Northwest

If all you are doing is buying a Mac or PC from a big box retailer, then you’re missing the boat. With a little creativity and application, you can build your own, and Falcon Northwest has a great place to start with this Tiki PC configuration. Using an Intel third generation Core i7 on Intel Z77 chipsets and NVIDIA GeForce 600 Series graphics, you’ve got the beginnings of a true power machine. Add in up to 16GB 1866 MHz DDR 3 memory and a slot-loading DVD/RW or Blu-ray reader, and you’re almost there. Tiki also allows you to build your Read More

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Aquarius PC

Just when you thought it was safe to ditch the PC altogether, the AquariusPC gives you a reason to stay glued to your desktop. While the aquarium design looks interesting and is definitely a conversation starter, it is also a highly functional design choice that will leave you with a better reason for purchasing than just telling your friends it looked cool. The components are housed inside of a liquid paraffin cooling system that is six times more effective than those loud fans that you’ve probably got going right now. And a word on noise, the paraffin also ensures that Read More

$599 Buy

StormFly Portable PC

The StormFly Portable PC may look like a suped up flash drive, but it’s a heck of a lot more than that. It fits around your wrist. Simply unhook it and plug in, and watch it turn in to your very own computer that utilizes an open-source operating system that can play on a Mac, PC, you name it, without even booting up the host hardware. That means your viruses are your viruses (and theirs are theirs). No one can accuse you of infecting their machine, and should you ever lose your device, you can simply notify StormFly, and they’ll Read More

Google Glass

You may have already heard a few things about the Google Glass: voice recognition allows you to say, “Take a picture,” and it takes a picture; hands-free recording, anything that you can see with your own two eyes; and sharing your experience with friends and family instantaneously so they get to actually be there in the moment with you. It also has a voice recognition messaging system, voice translation, automatic notifications, and an evolutionary design that is both attractive and lightweight What you may not have heard is how you can get one. According to the Google Glass website, the Read More