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Fujitsu Lifebook AH530 GFX with 1GB external graphics

Posted in Notebooks by Conner Flynn on August 29th, 2010

Fujitsu has announced the Lifebook AH530 GFX. It’s a good looking update to Lifebook AH530. This one has an external graphics card with 1GB of dedicated video memory. Aside from that, you’ll find that it shares the exact same specs as the previous model.

That includes a 15.6-inch glossy LCD, optional Core i3, i5, or i7 CPUs, up to 8GB of RAM and up to 500GB HDD, Blu-ray or DVD drives, and an HDMI output. You’ll also get WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1, three USB 2.0 ports, VGA output, and gigabit ethernet onboard.

Alienware M17x now shipping with dual 1GB ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5870 GPUs

Posted in Alienware by Conner Flynn on April 26th, 2010

Twin GPUs in a single laptop isn’t new. Alienware’s M17x has been offered in that way since last year, but until now having this machine with a pair of ATI’s Mobility Radeon HD 5870s has been impossible. The earliest buyers are now reporting that their dual 1GB HD 5870-equipped M17x machines are finally arriving at their doorstep.

If you ordered one, then chances are you have a shipping notification waiting in your inbox. Already get yours? Let us know how it is.

Lightsaber 1GB flash drives

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on February 25th, 2010

May the force, and your data be with you, always. These stubby 1GB lightsaber flash drives will light up when plugged in, but sadly you won’t hear any lightsaber sound effects. And they are too small to swing around the office and break stuff.

I’d call it more of a Force-dagger than a lightsaber. Maybe something that Jedis use to peel their vegetables. Only 1GB? It will leave you stunted in the Force and have you suffering from lightsaber envy.

ZVUE’s 1GB Journey DAP loaded with 22 tracks

Posted in Digital Audio by Conner Flynn on July 25th, 2008

ZVUE’s 1GB Journey DAP
You’re bound to either love this one or hate it. Be sure to let us know where you stand. ZVUE’s 1GB pre-loaded Journey MP3 player is of course decked out like an ’80s Journey Album cover on the outside.

Inside, you get 22 Journey tracks pre-loaded. 11 new, 11 that you’ve been sick of for years. It’s like buying Journey’s greatest hits album and getting a DAP as well. At $39.88, that’s like a $1.80 per song. So, do you want one? Or will you touch and go your separate ways?

Flash Padlock secures USB drive data with keypad

Posted in Corsair,Storage,USB by Nino Marchetti on August 16th, 2007

Corsair Flash PadlockProving USB drives can both be ugly and functional Corsair rolled out today the Flash Padlock. This manual security code dependent device is available in 1GB ($30) and 2GB ($40) capacities.

What is perhaps most interesting about the Corsair Flash Padlock is that you can set a PIN up to 10 digits long for accessing the drive’s contents. You have to then enter this PIN on the keypad built into the drive’s body. The Flash Padlock also seems noteworthy for its security feature of automatically locking itself when you remove it from an attached PC.

Kingston 1GB SD Memory Card $14.95 after Rebate

Posted in Bargains,Storage by Quagmire on October 10th, 2006

Kingston 1GBStop trying to cram all those movies on your puny 512MB SD card that came with your digital camera. $14.95 gets you a Kingston 1GB SD memory card from Buy.com – after a $13 mail-in rebate naturally.

Hey, at least shipping is free. Expires 10/14 Kingston SD Card [Buy.com]