$4200 Gatling Battlestation: Work in a multi-screen zero-gravity sphere

There's a revolution in workstation design going on and Cluven's $4200 J20 Gatling Battlestation is just one example of the many outrageous new DESK V2.0 workstations beginning to make work more efficient for knowledge warriors.

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LG’s latest gaming monitor boasts refresh rate quick switching

CES 2024 is fast approaching, and some consumer tech companies are teasing stuff early. LG has announced new additions to its UltraGear line of gaming monitors, including one that allows users to switch between 240-Hz 4K and 480-Hz HD using a hotkey.

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Lenovo unveils ultra-compact Chromebox media player

Lenovo has announced its first Chromebox to boast a micro form factor. Coming in at about the same size as two stacked iPhone 15 Pro Max handsets, it's has been designed for 24/7 operation in digital signage and kiosk displays.

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First mini-PC with solid-state active cooling system launches

Back in late 2022, Frore Systems emerged from stealth with two solid-state active cooling chips for computers called the AirJet Pro and AirJet Mini. Now Chinese multinational Zotac has announced the rollout of the first mini-PC built around the latter.

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Microsoft’s glass data storage system saves terabytes for 10,000 years

10,000 years in the future, explorers could end up getting rickrolled, thanks to a Global Music Vault due to be built in Norway. It features Microsoft’s Project Silica, a tough new data storage medium that’s never gonna give you up.

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Eye comfort a priority for all-in-one desktop PC with color E Ink display

Earlier this month, Dasung launched a desktop monitor sporting color E Ink technology for reduced eye strain while working. Now Bigme has gone one better by combining monitor and computer for the B251 all-in-one Windows PC.

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Makers treated to fresh slice of Raspberry Pi

The last generation of the popular fruity board for tinkerers landed in 2021, though its creators did double the system memory the following year. Now the Raspberry Pi 5 has launched rocking in-house silicon for much-improved performance.

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Inventor ponders ethics of wiring human brain tissue into computers

When you take 800,000 human brain cells, wire them into a biological hybrid computer chip, and demonstrate that it can learn faster than neural networks, people have questions. We speak to Dr. Brett Kagan, Chief Scientific Officer at Cortical Labs.

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This retro 14-in-one docking system takes you back to the future

As news of the iPhone 15 jams up the airwaves, you can also take a trip back to 1984, aesthetically speaking, with this retro desktop hub that channels the questionable beauty of the Macintosh 128K, but offers much more user-friendly modern appeal.

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Corsair gives PC gamers a magnetic advantage with K70 Max keyboard

Gaming hardware company Corsair has announced a "game-changing" keyboard called the K70 Max that features proprietary magnetic-mechanical switches for the better control and customization of each keystroke.

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