How can you possibly cram 4.3 million pixels onto a screen that is only 12.85 inches diagonally? We’re not sure, but somehow Google Chromebook Pixel has managed to pull it off, and the results are enough to make even us hardcore Apple boys think about switching. This particular offering from Google comes fused with a piece of Gorilla Glass that allows you to swipe when you want to swipe or type when you want to type, all without compromising the picture screen quality. The solid state drive is around 64GB, but buying in now could also land you 1TB (yep, Read More
Like the clean, sleek look of your MacBook Pro, but feel that its keypad is, um, well, a little dull and/or lacking something? Do you appreciate all things retro-looking? Check out this slightly one-off (but really neat!) invention from Seattle-based Lazerwood Industries. Lazerwood Keys are thin, adhesive-based chips fashioned from timelessly beautiful walnut. Lazerwood assures that the keys are of the highest possible quality, with precisely cut squares and ‘laser cut’ characters. And even though the company itself admits that lining up every key just right will take time and concentration, if you fumble, they’re removable without damage to the Read More
Traditional canned air is officially dead. The O2 Hurricane Canless Air System is the world’s most powerful cordless electronic air duster. Not only is it environmentally friendly, but it’s inexpensive. One canless air system is all you’ll ever need, since it’s completely rechargeable. Just plug it in to charge for a brand new burst of air. Great for offices, automobiles, and just about all of your electronics.
It’s been three years since the iMac got any love in the redesign department. In a few weeks, that hiatus will come to an end. The Apple iMac 2012 is just 5mm thick at its edge with up to 40 percent less volume than the previous generation. It’ll sport an upgraded Intel Ivy Bridge processor, NVIDIA GeForce 600-era graphics, a brand new display that’s 75% less reflective, up to 32GB of RAM, and a variety of storage options including a “Fusion Drive” that combines 128GB of flash memory with a 1TB or 3TB hard drive (for the best of both speed and size). Available in the same 21.5-inch or 27-inch Read More
If the Z1 Workstation is out of your budget, maybe HP’s newest all-in-one will be of interest. The HP SpectreONE features a 23.6-inch screen (that’s just 2mm thicker than an iPad 3), 1080p display, four USB ports (two of which are 3.0 ports), HDMI-in, Beats Audio headphone jack and NFC support. It’ll also come with a NVIDIA 1GB graphics card and ”the latest Intel processors,” Adobe Photoshop Elements 10, Adobe Premiere Elements 10, and a two-year paid subscription to Norton Internet Security suite. And, yes, the SpectreOne does look exactly like an iMac… which is actually good news for those who prefer a PC. Just know Read More
Casual readers, stop here. This is too much computer for you. The HP Z1 Workstation is an all-in-one workstation that comes loaded with everything you could hope for. For starters, it flaunts a professional 27″ diagonal LED-backlit IPS flip-up display that supports over a billion colors and has a wide, 178 degree viewing angle. Inside, you’ll find a blazing fast Intel Xeon E3-1245 processor, 1 TB hard drive, Nvidia Q4000 GPU, and 4 GB DDR3 ECC RAM. Other features include a Blu-ray burner, 2-megapixel HD webcam, speakers, 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth up to 3.0+HS, two USB 3.0, four USB 2.0, one FireWire 400, ethernet, and a DisplayPort. Put Read More
You want fast. You want thin. You want beautiful. You want the power of a premium desktop computer put into a compact, portable design. Meet the next generation MacBook Pro. At 0.71 inch thin and 4.46 pounds, the all-new MacBook Pro comes loaded with Retina display, a third-generation Intel Core i7 processor (for Turbo Boost speeds of up to 3.7GHz), up to 16GB of RAM, up to 768GB of SSD storage, an Nvidia Kepler GeForce GT 650 graphics card, FaceTime HD camera, SDXC slot, HDMI, USB 3, Thunderbolt, Magsafe 2 power connector, and dual built-in microphones. “It’s not just the most advanced notebook we’ve ever made, Read More
While others are downsizing to smartphones and tablets, Mozayo wants to blow the computers up and stick them in your coffee table. The Mozayo Interactive Multi-Touch Table is available in either a 32″ 720P LCD or a 42″ 1080P HD, and is powered by a commercial grade Dell computer. The 32″ comes loaded with an Intel i5 Quad Core Processor, 4GB DDR3, a 250GB Hard Drive and an integrated video card, while the 42″ receives a few upgrades with an Intel i7 Quad Core Processor, 8GB DDR3, a 500GB Hard Drive and a 512MB AMD RADEON HD Graphics Card. Both versions get Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Audio-out, USB Ports, and Windows 7 Read More