This new generation All-in-One PC in a keyboard not only takes up far less desktop space, but also puts an Intel® Core™ 2 Quad CPU with all its features and performance at your fingertips. The new ZPC-GX31™ is a true innovation packing so much power, performance and compatibility inside a normal size keyboard. With features such as Dual Display capabilities, 4GB of DDR2/667MHz RAM, 1Gb LAN and DVI interface you now have a complete personal computer that takes up no more space than a typical keyboard. Simply place it on your desktop, plug in a monitor and you are done!

All-in-One PC

 

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Care to guess?

May 8, 2008

 

Yeah, so apparently it’s a computer, the Enlighten Computer by Suissa.

Because of its unique form factor, Enlighten comes with a technology package slightly different than the rest of the Suissa collection.

 

Components that differ are: 

Enlighten’s design dissipates heat through the use of aluminum around the power supply and DVD drive and through careful venting of air into, around and out of the main housing.  By separating the power supply and DVD out of the main housing, we have been able to avoid a cascading heat effect found in many computer designs.

 

 

Computer Cord Cover

May 7, 2008

I love the idea of this computer cord cover. Made using high quality ribbon-style yarn and a colorful design to hide unsightly or boring cords.

computer cord cover

 

Powermate

May 2, 2008

PowerMate functions beautifully as a convenient volume knob and mute button for music listening on your PC or Mac. But that’s just the beginning of PowerMate’s possibilities. Edit movies just like the pros with PowerMate functioning as your very own Jog/Shuttle wheel. PowerMate makes editing anything from home movies to your next demo a breeze. It even comes preset to work with iMovie, FinalCut Pro and GarageBand right out of the box!

But the real power of PowerMate is its programmable driver. You can quickly and easily program it to execute any Key Command, in any application.

PowerMate

Laptop Coffe Table

March 17, 2008

I love the idea of the coffee tables where the top raises to desk height (I eat a lot in front of the television), but up until now every one I had found was way too traditional for my liking. Now Dwell has one that suites my tastes.

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Laptop Coffe Table   $396.00

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