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November 7, 2009

The Technology Cafe Launch and Windows 7 Party

 

The Technology Cafe Launch and Windows 7 Party

 

Date: Saturday, 07 November 2009
Time: 17:00 – 21:00
Location: MAJU (Mohammaed Ali Jinnah University)
Near Citibank, Shahra-e-Faisal, Karachi Pakistan.

 

The Technology Cafe Launch and Windows 7 Party


 

This event would gather all geeks, technology enthusiasts, amid bloggers, company heads, students, teachers and many more to celebrate and join the enthusiasm and excitement about Windows 7, the new OS released by Microsoft.

This event would cover a range detail of fun and exciting features of Win 7 with DEMOS ONLY NO POWERPOINT with FREEBIE distribution along with a smashing musical performance by an Underground band.

The Technology Cafe would cover the event as an organizer plus few announcements of a dev challenge and most importantly the announcement of the RF Platform from which students can not only learn but earn while studying.


 

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September 25, 2009

Xbox 360 Gallery

 

Xbox 360 – Black Silicon Sleeve

Xbox 360 – Clear Silicon Sleeve

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Xbox 360 Sleeve Gallery

 

 


 
 


 
 

September 20, 2009

LaCie puts out a new portable DVD-RW drive – Wanna buy it??

LaCie puts out a new portable DVD-RW drive – but who will buy it?

LaCie Portable DVD±RW, Design by Sam Hecht

LaCie Portable DVD

LaCie Portable DVD

Product Specifications

LaCie Portable DVD±RW

LaCie Portable DVD±RW

  • Product Type:

External Hard drive

  • Capacity:

500 GB

  • Data Transfer Rate:

35 MB/s

  • Rotational Speed:

5400 RPM

  • Interface:

1 x Hi-Speed USB – 4 PIN USB Type A

  • Buffer Size:

8 MB

  • Form Factor:

2.5″

  • Dimensions (WXDXH):

8.1 x 12.9 x 1.8 cm

  • Weight:

0.195 Kg

  • Compliant Standards:

128-bit AES

  • Warranty:

2 Years Manufacturer Warranty

 
 

LcCie Portable DVD-Suite

LcCie Portable DVD-Suite

 
It’s nice in its way. It will play DVDs, it’ll write data on ‘em, it’ll even inscribe them with text and graphics if you care to utilize the Lightscribe function. But I can hardly think of a single situation in which something like this would be needed. Can you?

I mean, netbooks would croak after powering this thing for half an hour. Every regular-sized laptop worth its salt has a DVD drive already. The market for these must just be incredibly small.

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