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Spock Business Card Holder

Posted in Star Trek by Tam Yue on March 8th, 2014

Spock Business Card HolderWhat a great idea for all the Star Trek fans that have a desk job. This is a subtle way to display your allegiance to the Federation as well as your allegiance to your company.

Each statue is made out of a sturdy polystone, weighing over 1 1/4 pounds, and is meticulously hand painted.  At $34.99 it  is a perfect gift for yourself or the Trekkie in your life. Available for purchase at Entertainment Earth.

As always, Live long and prosper.

HP Omni Pro 110 PC All-in-one Business Desktop

Posted in HP by Conner Flynn on March 8th, 2011

HP is all about business with it’s new HP Omni Pro 110 PC. The business-oriented desktop has a 20-inch widescreen display with an HD anti-glare display, and high-performance stereo speakers.

Other features include a webcam with a microphone, a DVD writer and a 6-in-1 media card reader. The HP Omni Pro 110 PC also has an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, up to 4GB of DDR3 SDRAM, up to a 1TB hard disk drive and optional HP Power Assistant software. ENERGY STAR-qualified models are also available. It will be available soon with prices starting at $639.

Sony getting into the urinal game business as well

Posted in Sony by Conner Flynn on January 11th, 2011

Since Sega is turning public urinals into gaming machines, Sony figures it might as well make a splash in the market as well. The company’s Toylet will calculate the velocity and volume of the urine and “translate” that data into in-game solutions, like Graffiti Eraser.

Some other great gaming moments in the early history of pee games are The North Wind and Her which will require your pee to lift a woman’s dress. This technology is currently being used in metro stations, and may soon enter other public places. Wash your hands.

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Dell Ultraportable V130 Business Notebook

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on November 30th, 2010

Dell has updated the Vostro V13 line with the V130. It’s the first notebook to feature Intel’s new Hyperbaric cooling system. Internal fans are typically used to drive out hot air from the notebook, but the new design uses an internal fan to draw air into the notebook to the CPU and other components, keeping them cool. Then the hot air is expelled.

At it’s thinnest point, the V130 measures just 0.65 inches and is made from a combination of aluminum for the chassis, zinc hinges and has a magnesium alloy palm rest.

New Acer Veriton Z410G All-in-one

Posted in Acer by Conner Flynn on October 6th, 2010

Acer is set to release an updated version of its Veriton Z280G all-in-one PC. The Veriton Z410G is powered by the Pentium E5700 processor and features 2GB DDR3 SDRAM, a 320GB hard drive and Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X4500.

The Acer Veriton Z410G also sports a high-definition 21.5-inch LCD display for brilliant images with its 16:9 aspect ratio, a 5ms response time and full HD 1920×1080 resolution. The system also comes with 8 USB 2.0 ports and an eSATA port for transferring data to an external hard drive.

Polaroid gets into the video game business

Posted in Polaroid by Conner Flynn on April 28th, 2010

Polaroid is a name that has long been associated with instant cameras. But now, headsets and battery packs for the Xbox 360, a dock for the Nintendo DS, sports packs and sensor bars for the Wii, and even controllers for the PS3 are being worked on by Polaroid.

Maybe next we’ll see a Polaroid camera peripheral for the Wii, so you can snap shots of your game and add them to your scrapbook. Hey, they have to make money somehow right?

Lenovo teases new ThinkCentre all-in-one

Posted in Lenovo by Conner Flynn on October 28th, 2009

Lenovo teases new ThinkCentre all-in-oneLenovo has a new all-in-one PC. This one is the first in the Lenovo ThinkCentre range, an all-in-one targeted at business users. Lenovo’s Flickr says that this desktop is “Lenovo’s first business class, Think-branded all-in-one PC announcing soon at EDUCAUSE 09.”

We don’t have a spec sheet or even a name, so all we know is the obvious. That it appears to come with a wireless keyboard and mouse, integrated webcam, three USB 2.0 and audio in/out ports

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CircuitCity.com re-launching in the next few days

Posted in circuit city by Conner Flynn on May 20th, 2009

circuitcity-logo-sbLast month we learned that Circuit City may rise again, thanks to a buyout from Systemax Inc. That prophecy comes true within the next few days.

In a video embedded on the temporary splash page, the Systemax CEO claims that the new Circuit City will feature lower prices, a better selection, 24/7 customer service and faster shipping (which starts at $1.99). We’ll find out soon is it’s all talk or if they are going to walk the walk.

Google Announces Business Search, Ad-Free for a Fee

Posted in Google,News by Darrin Olson on July 17th, 2007

Google launches business search add-on with no adsLast year Google launched something called the Google Custom Search Engine, which is a tool that allows the addition of a custom-looking Google search box to just about any website. It met a lot of needs in providing a comprehensive search tool to the websites of many businesses, but it to the dismay of some it came with ads. The advertisements are how Google can afford to provide these tools without charge, but often the ads would take away from the professional branding of the site and even have the …

Business Cards Of Peanuts

Posted in Printers by Darrin Olson on June 30th, 2007

TaberMe business cards printed on peanuts from Arigatou CoThere’s a company in Japan called Arigatou that’s in the business of etching words and symbols into food products such as beans, nuts, rice and pasta. Staying true to there niche they’ve now perfected a way to laser-inscribe text and company logos on the outsides of peanut shells, despite the uneven surface.

The product they’ve created is called “Taberu Me” which comes from the Japanese word “eat”, and most likely an abbreviation for the Japanese word for “business card”. The machine that makes the engraving uses a CO2 laser …



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