Microsoft Mice & Keyboards - Wireless Entertainment Desktop 7000

Microsoft Mice & Keyboards - Wireless Entertainment Desktop 7000

This keyboard and mouse are PERFECT for Windows Vista Home Premium and Ultimate Edition's --- they allow use of the computer from across the room without the feeling of a clunky keyboard on your lap! All you Mac users, you are just going to have to get Vista now to try out this keyboard!!

  • Great screen, nice keyboard, fast processor, not plastic, great battery life, can run Windows if you need to do so, GREAT customer service. No Blu-Ray. Lets face it, you do not need it and it is buggy and a dying technology.

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  • I recently purchased this laptop, and for the most part I've been happy with it. The specs (2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo, 3 GB RAM, 250 GB Hard Drive, integrated webcam) are pretty nice for a sub-$1000 laptop, and the design is pretty nice... I recently purchased this laptop, and for the most part I've been happy with it. The specs (2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo, 3 GB RAM, 250 GB Hard Drive, integrated webcam) are pretty nice for a sub-$1000 laptop, and the design is pretty nice (although not as nice as the considerably more expensive MacBooks and MacBook Pros). This is my first Windows Vista machine, and yes, it's pretty annoying with all the "confirm it was you that's running this program". I'm planning to install Ubuntu soon, but haven't decided between dual boot or VMWare. My only complaint with the hardware is that the battery life seems pretty short (typically a little over an hour for me, and I'm not even using the DVD drive), and occasionally the machine runs out of battery without any prior warning. I think I need to contact Sony and get a replacement battery. UPDATE: I never contacted Sony, but the battery did seem to get better after a few weeks of use. It's still not quite what I'd like, but I can usually get about 2 hours on Vista and 3 hours on Ubuntu. Overall, I'm happy, and really impressed that I can get a machine with at least 4x the processor and hard drive, and with 6x the RAM as my last laptop, for about one thrid of the old laptop's price.

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  • Product Features Intel Core 2 Duo 5750 Processor (2.0GHz) Genuine Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium with SP2 14.1" widescreen LCD with XBRITE-ECO technology Massive 250GB hard drive & 3GB of pre-installed RAM Buy this... Product Features Intel Core 2 Duo 5750 Processor (2.0GHz) Genuine Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium with SP2 14.1" widescreen LCD with XBRITE-ECO technology Massive 250GB hard drive & 3GB of pre-installed RAM Buy this item.

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  • Dell Small Business is introducing the Dell Vostro 1310 Laptop for $539 after $533 instant discount and $60 Coupon discount w/ free shipping

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  • Despite this having jumped on the "Green/renewable resources" gimmick, this is a gorgeous laptop. I have always loved bamboo, so i would actually love to have this laptop. Tech specs are decent too - Intel dual core, wi-fi, webca... Despite this having jumped on the "Green/renewable resources" gimmick, this is a gorgeous laptop. I have always loved bamboo, so i would actually love to have this laptop. Tech specs are decent too - Intel dual core, wi-fi, webcam, and about a million card reader slots. i love my macbook, but i also love bamboo. Released in Taiwan, hopefully we'll see this ASUS laptop in the US in 09.

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  • Great pc to use for gaming or pretty much anything you want to do concerning computers except take it with you.

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  • If your computer is acting sluggish, and you can't remember what it used to be like to have a fast PC, then you are probably in need of a registry cleaner.

  • This tower is perfect for anybody who wants to consolidate their entertainment needs into one handy power-house computer. The HDTV (high definition) Tuner allows you to plug in your cable line and use your computer as a DVR in sta... This tower is perfect for anybody who wants to consolidate their entertainment needs into one handy power-house computer. The HDTV (high definition) Tuner allows you to plug in your cable line and use your computer as a DVR in standard or high definition programming. Easily access your stored movies, television shows, music, and pictures with Windows Vista Media Center. You can also create home movie and slide shows and then play them on your television. Media Center programming can be accessed with the included remote control. The HP Pavilion Elite tower has multiple High Definition ports for connecting your tower to your television set. The specifications of this tower are as equally impressive: Intel Core 2 Duo Processor, 6 GB of fast DDR2 memory, Dual Layer DVD burner with LightScribe Technology, 750 GB hard drive, 15-in-1 card reader, and a high end 512 GB GeForce 9500 GS graphics card that supports an 8-speaker surround sound system. Combined, these specs make for an extremely fast machine with mass amounts of storage for movies and pictures with incredible High Definition picture and sound quality. The HP Pavilion Elite Desktop is the ultimate machine if you are looking for not just a computer, but a complete media center.

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  • if you have a PC but want the dopeness that is the MAC OSX dock. you can have something close

    Tags: tech, windows, geek, PC, Vista
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  • I Googled the word Afro and discovered these "Afro Man" Vista Icons. I use a Mac, but I thought maybe if there are any Vista users left out there, they might, uh, you know, need to spice up their icon collection...

    Tags: icon, Vista, afro, avatars
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  • This IdeaPad has a generously sized 17" display with a 2.8GHz dual processor and a more than adequate 500GB hard drive. It also reads Blu-rays in addition to DVDs. Comes with an integrated web camera and Vista Home.

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  • For the last 10 years or so, I have been an apple guy. I mean even when I am working on development at ThisNext, all of my skills amplified by the power Mac pro that sits under my desk. So when came time to purchase a new computer... For the last 10 years or so, I have been an apple guy. I mean even when I am working on development at ThisNext, all of my skills amplified by the power Mac pro that sits under my desk. So when came time to purchase a new computer, apple was the first stored I walked into. So why the change, I need some hardware that would support my 3D animation habits and my need to get another high-end mobile gaming machine. The 171XL sports a nice SATA matrix raid configuration setup, not a true hardware raid, but gets the job done for non-techies. That means faster reads and writes to the hard drives for data, or setting up a mirror for backing up all that important data. Some other important features of this notebook is the gfx card powering the display of this beast. Currently the NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800M GTS sits under the hood and gives you the mobile power to run the most demanding games. (Crysis included) added on to this that there is a hdmi port on the side, playing gears on my 50+ HDTV has never been so fun. Add in the Intel® Core™2 Extreme Processor, 3 gigs of ram and the full-size keyboard, you are looking at a great desktop replacement. Besides the games, switching my development style from a mac to windows again was not as bad as I thought. Most people may want to opt for xp on this machine, however Gateway currently do not offer configurable options. e.g. you get what you see on the site. With all of that said vista is great once tweak, which there are great articles all over the web for that. To round out the great things about this machine are: chip set, hard drives, gfx card, quiet and cool even under high loads, and even the latest version of vista...yes i said it so what. The other great thing about this machine is that if you dont want to spend the $3000, you have option with this machine. If you dont mind voiding your warranty, you can opt to buy a lower end fx and upgrade every piece I mention out side of the gfx card. Some points to remember, this machine is heavy (10LBS) and battery is not going to last you 5 hours here. But to me this all small things compared to what you get. Don't let the name scare you, Gateways are better ever since Acer purchased them, make sure you take a look at them if you are in the market for a new computer.

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  • If you love how Vista looks but you don't love how it works. This is the best piece of freeware out there. It changes how Xp looks on your whole cmputer even the aero effect! Wonderful Installed it on Xp service pack 3 works like ... If you love how Vista looks but you don't love how it works. This is the best piece of freeware out there. It changes how Xp looks on your whole cmputer even the aero effect! Wonderful Installed it on Xp service pack 3 works like a charm and looks like a charm!!!

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  • Noah is the first application to free your information from the separate "data islands" of your browser, email client, contact manager, file folders, schedule and RSS feeds. Noah bridges these currently divided data sources and ma... Noah is the first application to free your information from the separate "data islands" of your browser, email client, contact manager, file folders, schedule and RSS feeds. Noah bridges these currently divided data sources and makes it all accessible from a single interface. And your data is always available, online or offline. Emails, website bookmarks, desktop files, contacts, it's all in there somewhere. But how do you dig through the thousands of ad-mails and spam-mails to find that really important one from your client, or your boss. Remember that Word document you prepared for him? Where did you put it? In Noah you never have to spend hours searching for this stuff again, it's all in one place arranged by date and time. If you can roughly remember when something happened, you can find it with a few clicks, and you will find everything else that was happening during the same day, hour, or minute. Because Noah arranges all of your information automatically, exactly the way you want it. Import email settings, emails and contacts from Outlook and Thunderbird plus there's automatic setup for Gmail, Lycos, Yahoo, Netscape, Mail.com, and Tiscali email accounts. Setting up Noah is a breeze with the setup wizard. Importing or setting up an account can be completed with a few clicks, and there's no limit to the number of accounts that you can setup at the same time. Want to keep thousands of emails from all of your email accounts neatly arranged in Noah? No problem, that's what it was designed for, and with it's powerful database and fast interface even very large numbers of emails can be organized and accessed in a flash. Even though Noah contains more advanced data management features then any similar application, it doesn't require a computer science degree to use it. Noah has a simple, intuitive, interface with easy to find commands - drag, drop, done!

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  • Need to use Windows, but use an Intel Mac - Virtualization is the way to go and Parallels has you covered.

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  • Very cool brushed aluminum case: http://store.agearnotebooks.com/asusw2pbphotos.html Slot load cd/dvd burner (no drawer to break) kinda pricey, around 2400

  • LG's laptop with more features than the numbers on you social security card. but is it worth the price $ 1,970

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  • Gateway (formerly Gateway 2000, the cow-box company from the upper midwest) used to make some terrible PCs, especially their first couple of generations of notebook computers. No more. This model has a top-tier graphics card with ... Gateway (formerly Gateway 2000, the cow-box company from the upper midwest) used to make some terrible PCs, especially their first couple of generations of notebook computers. No more. This model has a top-tier graphics card with dedicated (not shared) video memory, a 17" widescreen that is quite legible running at 1920x1200, a mobile (T-series) Core 2 Duo processor, and built-in niceties like a flash-memory card reader and both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi wireless connectivity, the latter with an Intel chip that understands ALL the flavors of 802.11 (A, B, G, and Draft-N). All this for how much less than a Dell XPS notebook? See for yourself.

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