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Eee PC touchscreen

Eee PC touchscreen

I bought an Eee PC 901 a few weeks ago, and have been reading up on all the hacks and mods that people are doing to them. One of the most useful mods is to add a touchscreen to your Eee PC, and surprisingly, it doesn’t seem to be very difficult to install.

AVerTV Volar GPS 805

AVerTV Volar GPS 805

The AVerMedia AVerTV Volar GPS 805 USB stick has both a DVB-T TV tuner and a GPS receiver, which makes it a very nice little item to carry around in your laptop bag. I recently purchased one to use with my EeePC, which I’m eventually hoping to somehow mount in my car – the GPS function works brilliantly with FreeDrive and Map Monkey, and the TV function picks up all my local digital stations even when using only the tiny (and very cute) included rabbit ears.

Best wireless router ever

Linksys WRT54G wireless router

With technology changing everyday, it’s kinda weird to consider a wireless router a ‘classic’ – but the Linksys WRT54G Wireless-G router is just that. The WRT54G is famous for its reliability, and is rock solid once you get it up and running. It’s also really easy to update the firmware, so as long as Linksys keep releasing updates you’ll have most of the features of the latest models.

Is that a hardware firewall in your pocket?

Yoggie hardware firewall

Need to carry a hardware firewall in your pocket? Didn’t think so – but now at least you can if you want. The tiny Yoggie Gatekeeper Pro is a hardware firewall that fits in your pocket, requires no external power supply (it’s USB powered), and provides enterprise-level firewall protection for your computer. It has two operating modes – one draws power from the built-in USB cable, connects to your ethernet port, and the ethernet wall socket, and the second just uses the USB port and performs packet-packet filtering for your computer’s own WiFi adapter through the use of a virtual bridge.

Logitech cordless Skype phone

Logitech cordless Skype phone
Play-Asia have just got a new shipment of Skype Certified Logitech Cordless Internet Handsets. The Logitech Cordless Internet Handset has a cordless range of up 50 meters, 120 hours standy, 10 hours talktime, and charges via a USB powered cradle. The LCD lists your available Skype contacts, Skype Voicemail notifications, caller ID, call waiting, and call history information. This phone looks really nice.

» On special at Play-Asia for $39.90

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