Most smartphones can do many of the same things as a full function PC, but you're still going to want to transfer your files to an actual laptop or desktop when you need to do some real work. Not so with the Magic W3, which is really a tiny hand-held PC that just happens to also work as a phone.
While Apple is still touting multitouch gestures as the only practical solution to interacting with a touchscreen PC, HP's making it their duty to innovate with a touchscreen TouchSmart PC that reduces arm fatigue.
The trend to shrink the already miniaturized continues with the DreamPlug — a PC that is crammed inside of a plug that's even smaller than the tiny four-inch Xi3.
The Radius PC is a strange desktop workstation — it has a monitor built into the side of its computer case. You know, because a ginormous notebook equivalent simply doesn't have enough computing cred.
You know how regular multitouch PCs like HP's Touchsmart series build up fatigue in the arm over extended use? MSI's solved the soreness problem: with a screen that slides down.
Announced last March, the Commodore 64 was supposed to be reborn as a keyboard computer with a new silver chassis. We just got wind that the new body isn't happening. Instead, Commodore is sticking with its old-school heritage.
So this is what a manly mouse looks like. As part of LG's Cube Competition 2010, Nitin Mane's "Mouse for Men" is a re-imagining of the everyday computing input device.
There are very few ways to ruin a good looking monitor, unless you bought an ugly monitor right off the bat. In that case, it's your own fault. To uglify your screen's flat panel and organize your stationary, this hub station has you covered.
We all want to cut the clutter on our desks. Nowadays, we often find ourselves with too many computer peripherals. Now, you can scratch another one off your list. The Chameleon X-1 is a mouse with a full gamepad underneath.
One gamer wasn't satisfied with a 60-inch plasma at home so he sought out the next best thing: an 820-feet long display. What game did he want to play? Apparently some World of Warcraft knock-off called Magic World Online 2.