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Remember the good old days where USB flash drives came in capacities of Megabytes (MBs)? Well, those days are long gone and have been replaced by Gigabytes (GBs), and we’ve seen the number jump from 1GB to 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and even 64GB. It does make me wonder just how hard finding stuff on it will become in the long run with something so huge to sift through. Well, Corsair has clearly upped the ante yet another time by releasing their latest USB flash drive known as the 128GB Flash Voyager GT, making it the fastest high capacity 128GB USB flash drive in the world at the same time.

Read More This new Flash Voyager GT works differently since it is based upon a revolutionary design which relies on a unique dual-controller architecture in order to achieve SLC-levels of performance using MLC NAND flash memory.

According to Corsair, the 128GB Flash Voyager GT can hit read speeds of up to 32MB/sec and write speeds of up to 25.6MB/sec, where the bottleneck has been pointed at the speed of the USB 2.0 bus and operating system overhead.

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Because comfort and productivity should go hand in hand, Logitech announced the Logitech® Wireless Desktop MK700. Read More This low-profile keyboard features concave Logitech® Incurve keys™ that position your fingers properly, and their softly rounded edges invite your fingertips to glide from key to key. And to make sure you won’t skip a beat while typing, an integrated LCD dashboard keeps you in touch with the status of important keyboard functions. The mouse is gently contoured for a natural fit and has a scroll wheel that gives you a choice between hyper-fast and precise click-to-click scrolling. With a battery life of up to three-years for the keyboard and 12-months for the mouse, the MK700 practically eliminates the need to replace batteries.
The Logitech Wireless Desktop MK700 is expected to be available in the U.S. in August for a suggested retail price of $99.99 (U.S.).

With a 1.4GHz Intel  SU3500 chip, up to 4GB of memory and a 1366 x 768 display, Acer's 11.6-inch Timeline 1810T threatens to bridge the usability gap between netbooks and workhorse laptops. And now that the first review has come in, we can say that the verdict is... well, ambivalent. Multitasking, battery life and general build quality scored the thumbs up, but the glossy screen and casing weren't so well received, and 1080p and Flash video playback were hit-and-miss. Set to be known as the Aspire 1410 in the US, this grown-up netbook is expected to arrive pretty soon, with some online retailers already offering pre-orders at $450. via engadget

Read More According to netbooked, he 1410 is almost identical to the Acer Aspire One 751 physically but has more powerful guts. It comes with a more powerful Intel SU3500 (1.4GHz) processor and Intel GMA 4500MHD graphics.
The 6-Cell 5600 mAh battery is flush with the bottom of the machine, unlike on the Acer Aspire One 751.
Sounds quite good considering there are 20 tabs open in his browser. Performance wise it sits somewhere in between the 751 and the Sony Vaio TT (all 11.6-inchers)
Video performance is not looking too great at the moment though: WMV / H.264 1080P videos played smoothly, but with a 100% CPU load. The more powerful processor in the 1410 still choked on HD YouTube videos. Official specs show hardware support for these though, but it could be a problem on his end.
The 1410 seems to be slightly louder than the 751. I thought the 751 was fanless because I never heard the fan, so the 1410 must be very quiet.

CPU: Intel SU3500 Core 2 Solo 1.4GHz
Screen: 11.6" WLED 1366*768 AU Optronics AUO205C

Hard drive: WD16000BEVT 160GB 2.5" SATA
Ethernet: Atheros AR 8131 gigabit
Wireless: Intel Wifi 5100 802.11a/b/g/Draft-N
Chipset: Mobile Intel GS45 Express Chipset
Graphics: Mobile Intel GS45 Express Chipset
Operating System: Vista Home Premium 32 bit
Battery: 5600 mAh 6 cell Lithium-Ion
Weight: 1.30 kg

For those of you that can’t just sit back and enjoy the music on your iPod, there is this DJ Mixer.  Of course you’ll also have to know someone that has a second iPod in order for this to work, but I doubt that’ll be too much of an issue.  It’ll also work with random MP3 players, so if you have a spare MP3 player you could always use an iPod and an MP3 player.  Although for those of you with music on your iPhone, it doesn’t say specifically that it’s compatible with the iPhone.



Read More If you’re purchasing this for an iPod though, you could always give an iPhone a whirl and see how it works with the device.  It is officially compatible with the iPod Touch, iPod Nano 1st, 2nd and 3rd generations, the iPod Classic 4th and 5th generations as well as the iPod Mini.  It will actually charge up those iPods while it’s hooked up to the mixer, but it won’t charge your average MP3 player for obvious reasons.  It includes an AC adapter and a set of headphones that fold up.  You can purchase the DJ Mixer for $120.

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NEC Display Solutions of America is back with a brand new projector, although this time round they won’t be offering one that will target home theater systems. Instead, the latest addition to the family would be the NEC NP4100 professional installation projector, and by its name itself you can tell that it is able to handle even the most demanding integration projects. This powerful NP Installation Series model will cater to those who want to have a projector work in large venues, boasting exceptionally bright light output that is more than capable of handling huge areas despite of high ambient light.


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The NEC NP4100 comes with a high level of brightness rated at 6,200 ANSI lumens, which is more than enough when it comes to larger than average screen sizes as well as rooms with minimal lighting control including auditoriums, training and network centers. This high level of brightness results in enhanced clarity when projected onto the screen, and it will go some way in helping audience viewing be less strained, especially for those who are suffering from less than perfect eyesight.

Some of the features available on the NP4100 include :-

  • 1024 x 768 native resolution
  • 2100:1 contrast ratio
  • 6200 ANSI lumen brightness
  • Power consumption of 315W with single lamp, 580W with dual lamp in ECO Mode
  • BrilliantColor - increases system brightness and color saturation while optimizing color gain across the full color gamut
  • AutoSense - automatically syncs with any computer signal and features one-touch image optimization
  • DynamicBlack - improves the black level of video for further detail in dark scenes
  • 4- and 6-segment color wheels for maximum brightness and appropriate color reproduction
  • DVI-D with HDCP, RCA, s-video, component, 15-pin and BNC connectivity
  • Integrated RJ45 connection, which enables quick and easy LAN connection
  • Remote diagnostics - enables the administrator to monitor and make adjustments to the projector via the network from a remote location
  • Variety of bayonet-style lenses for greater flexibility

Expect to pick up the NEC NP4100 sometime this August for $5,499. All purchases will come with a standard three-year parts and labor warranty.