Our present need for internet connectivity is so profound that secondary devices like the Nextep Computer are bound to happen. Developed to be worn as a bracelet, this computer concept is constructed out of a flexible OLED touchscreen. Earmarked for the year 2020, features like a holographic projector (for screen), pull-out extra keyboard panels and social networking compatibility, make the concept plausible. Ten years from now is not too far away, so how many of you think we’d be buying such gadgets?
Is the OPC Computer Amplifier a guitar amp with a bonus computer or a computer with a bonus guitar amp? The look suggests the former. The 500GB HDD, GeForce 9300 graphics card, and Windows 7 OS suggest the latter.
4GB DDR2 RAM, 500GB Hard Drive, Intel chips, Windows 7 x64 home premium, 8 x USB2.0 ports, is Wi-Fi enabled and has an integrated GeForce 9300 graphics card with an optional dedicated ATI 5670 512MB card for those who may want to play a few games while they put their guitars down.
The OPC will include software that models a number of vintage amps and features a unique cooling system that uses the air blown out of the speaker. The company also claims that it’s the first computer to have a built-in universal input jack for recording from instruments, microphones, and other digital sources like MP3 players.
OK, so it might not be the most obvious pairing, but for a music-making geek with an itty-bitty apartment, it’s certainly one way to save space. Though the price hasn’t yet been announced, the OPC will be available in June
Computers come in many different flavors, but apparently that isn’t enough for everybody, and so to spice up the case modding a bit, this FIFA 10 PC case mod featured at the German Case Modding Championship has integrated a BBQ grill. Featuring Intel Core 2 Duo, motherboard socket 775, an ASUS ATI 4870 Grafkkarte with 1024MB RAM, a 4GB Corsair TwinX RAM, a 1000MB hard drive, a DVD burner, along with a mouse, keyboard and Windows Vista Home, this FIFA 10 PC case mod is sure make the anticipation reach an almost unbearable level before we get to see the real action in South Africa.
the last post of the official ‘computer tech’ blog day.
In my quest to enlist candidates for my super awesome nerd genius army or ‘SANGA i came across this guy: meet Paul.
Paul put together 24 solid-state drives into a RAID array to a total 6 6TB size which achieved a mesmerizing speeds of 2GB per second.
put simply, this computer can do madness. It rips a dvd onto computer in 0.5 SECONDS! check the vid for the other crazy things it can do!
Paul, welcome to SANGA!!
Lets be Honest, Hardly anyone is going to NEED this mouse… but without getting too philosophical, do we NEED ANY man made possesion?
thought not. JUSTIFICATION MADE! feel free to buy away! :p
The 3DConnexion SpacePilot PRO($500) is 3D mouse, yes, it is a mouse! It is a 3D mouse designed to deliver advanced control of 3D models, easier access to the power of professional 3D applications, fewer interruptions in the design workflow, and superior comfort. And it has a big color LCD display that provides listing function-key assignments, at-a-glance access to email, calendar and task lists and totally customizable fun.
– Color LCD display
– Improved Navigation for MCAD
– Five new dual-function QuickView Navigation keys
– One-touch 32 view access
“Unlike traditional mice confined to motion on one flat plane, 3Dconnexion 3D mice enable design engineers to move in all three dimensions simultaneously, using six-degrees Cof-freedom sensor technology. By gently lifting, pressing and turning the controller cap, design engineers can easily pan, zoom and rotate without stopping to select commands. Using a 3D mouse together with a traditional mouse engages both hands into a balanced and cooperative work style.”
CompuLab introduces its new small PC, the fit-PC2($245-396). Dubbed as the world’s smallest PC, measuring just 4″ x 4.5″ x 1.05″, smaller than a CD. Yep, I said SMALLER than a flippin cd! It features a Intel Atom Z530 1.6GHz or Z510 1.1GHz processor, Intel GMA500 graphics, 1GB RAM, a 2.5″ SATA HDD, a miniSD card slot, WiFi, 6 USB 2.0 ports and HDMI out. The prices ranging from $245 to $396 depending on the configuration.
this table is amazing, I need one!
Crafted in matte black aluminum with a sleek chrome lining and supported by arched chrome legs, the Sony Fusion just takes a push of the button to convert the table into a work station with sleek touch sensitive keyboard and adjustable screen. The table top effortlessly splits in half and soundlessly slides apart to reveal the LED outlined keyboard, screen and DVD drive on the side of the table.
My Good Friend Semothy Jones hit me up on twitter the other day and I thought it was really cool.
The idea behind Bumptop is basically changing your ordinary computer desktop into a realistic 3D working space where you can pin files on a wall, make piles and even make important files visibly bigger in your space, check the demo below:
Free Download link for windows: Here
Free Download link for Mac: Here