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Cool technology demo by Jeff Han from New York University's Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences. Is this what you would want to use in the future? :)

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Shuttle won't be attending CeBIT 2007

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We just received new from Shuttle Inc., stating that they will not be attending CeBIT 2007 or other future CeBIT trade shows. Instead, Shuttle will be focusing on individual training courses and in-house exhibitions to promote their new products.

"We proudly look back on more than 15 years of successful cooperation
with the "Deutsche Messe AG" in Hanover," said Melanie Liu, Head of
Marketing, Shuttle Computer Handels GmbH, adding: "We have decided to
pursue other avenues of communication and marketing in 2007."

"Unfortunately over the past few years we have experienced some
difficulty in reaching key decision-makers at CeBIT," explained
Melanie Liu. As a result greater emphasis will be placed on marketing
activities at localised events.


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:.Super Talent 2GB MEGA Screen @ Virtual-Hideout
The MEGA Screen looks to be available in both a 1GB and 2B versions with the latter selling for around $90 USD. That's a good bit of savings compared to the iPod Nano, which doesn't include the built-in FM tuner! If you're looking for a simple portable MP3/FM player, I can solidly recommend the Super Talent 2GB MEGA Screen.
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:.Silentmaxx ST-11 PRO @ Virtual-Hideout
The acoustical material does a very good job in absorbing the noise. Now, if you dump all the unwanted fans and go with a water cooling setup in this case, I'll bet you will be asking yourself if the computer is even powered up.
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:.Lian Li PC-A10 Dual PSU Case @ overclockercafe
Just as we said in the introduction, the Lian Li PC-A10 brings a whole lot more to the table than just dual power supply capacity. It has classy smooth lines that really tell the tale of the craftsmanship at Lian Li. Not only craftsmanship but attention to detail as well. From the rubber mounted fans to the tool free optical drive system, Lian Li's newest case goes after the power user and silent system builder alike.
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:.Everglide G-1000 Gaming Mouse @ Rbmods
Everglide, makers of gaming peripherals, offers a gaming mouse, the g-1000, which has an understated appearance that isn't going to win any beauty contests. But how does it perform in the heat of battle? That's what we're here to answer.
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.:Motherboards & Memory

:.Abit AW9D-MAX @ Viper Lair
The Abit EQ is a nice touch for those who track system health constantly as well as allowing the user to manage the system within Windows quite easily with the included software. Add to this, every LGA775 CPU up to the X6800 Extreme is currently supported, giving the buyer a wide range for CPU choices.

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:.Emtec Giga Cube @ hardwarezone
Need a portable drive that can store your data as well as comes fully installed with programs you can use on virtually any computer? Look no further as the Emtec Giga Cube is loaded with these features.

:.A-DATA 2GB Fingerprint Flash Drive @ ThinkComputers
Employing the use of a fingerprint scanner, you will never have to worry about your data falling into the wrong hands. So, we know the drive offers the best in digital security, but how do the other features stack up?
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:.Samsung 225BW LCD Display @ XYZ Computing
Like so many new displays it uses a widescreen 16:10 display but this time we get to see Samsung's take on it. At 22" this display has a large size but that is not all it has going for it- it also has a reasonable, sub $400 price tag and some great features.
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:.HIS X1650 Pro IceQ Turbo PCIe @ XYZ Computing
Some manufacturers, like HIS, have incorporated a few slight changes to the speeds of the core or memory, but the fundamentals are largely the same.
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:.HIS X1650Pro IceQ Turbo Dual DVI 256MB @ bonafidereviews
This X1650 Pro features a core speed of 625MHz and memory clock of 1.4GHz effective compared to the X1600 Pro's core/memory speed of 500MHz/800MHz.
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