Atma Xplorer

Xploring Games, Computing, Photography

What’s on your Christmas Wish list?

Since YugaTech, Dexter and Mcbilly have been posted their wish lists for the upcoming Christmas season so I decided to compile mine. A year before, everything on that list would’ve been bulky pieces of equipment,


Gigabyte M704 UMPC

Things seem to be heating up in the sub-notebook world as major names in manufacturers like Asus, Fujitsu, and Apple begins to target the Ultra Mobile PC Market. Now, Taiwanese-based Gigabyte is also


Crysis hit shelves

Crysis, one of the most anticipated FPS games is now available in stores—in selected countries that is. Germany, Austria, as well as Australia and the US will be able to find copies (legal ones)


Crysis leaked before Launch

The much awaited First Person Shooter, Crysis which is set to be released on November 19 has been seen floating on one of the most popular torrent sites, PirateBay. Razor1911 released a cracked


Elder Scrolls MMO is no go

Rumors spread out once Bethesda bought the domain naime elderscrollsonline.com. What’s true so far though is that Pete Hines of Bethesda has NOT yet confirmed an MMORPG installment in the works for the Elder


The Apple Tablet PC

Like Dell, with their Lattitude XT, Apple is pitching in their badge in the Tablet PC market. Asus is one of many of Apple’s contract manufacturer, producing parts and products like the iBooks,


Thoughts on gOS

I was ecstatic to find a new Linux flavor on Linuxtracker . While some people are fazed by having a Linux distro compiled with the idea of their web apps (docs, youtube, gmail, blogger


Asus EEE US prices are out: disappointing

People like me who wish for a low-cost, ultra mini subnotebook are in for some bad news. Early adopters to Asus’ EEE PC will have to face an additional 100% to the original


XP performance tweaks

While we’re waiting for Vista to get better or Windows 7 (probably 3 years to go), or contemplating on a Windows alternative altogether like Mac’s Leopard or LInux’s Ubuntu, don’t throw your XP partition


Asus EEE hardware details

I should have posted this yesterday but I had tons of stuff to do so pardon the late information to anyone waiting for their EEE’s. Asus finally unveiled the models in which their much awaited


The rise of subnotebooks

While the idea of ultra low cost subnotebooks was intended as a project for education purposes of third world countries, everyone seems to be chipping in into what’s likely to become a new battlefield


An Ultrathin, Anime-Inspired Computer Memory Chip

It’s probably a mix that few people would deem possible, but anime and biotechnology paved the way for the development of an ultrathin, Protein-based Memory chip. Treehugger gives a simple summary of the theory behind


Asus EEE available for Preorder

Asus EEE available for Preorder

Asus finally opens up the preorders for this sleek (and cheap) sub-notebook.To cut costs, Asus decided to include the Xandros Linux distribution instead of Windows. It supports WiFi b/g, uses SSD for its


Fujitsu Lifebook U

Fujitsu Lifebook U

Entering the sub-notebook fray where Asus’s EEE has set it’s sights on, Fujitsu Japan has announced the world?s smallest laptop?the Lifebook


The Asus EEE

People seldom associate the term ultra, low cost with a laptop? With a desktop probably because you can shave off nearly 50% or more from building your own rig rather than going


AMD Unveils Barcelona

AMD Unveils Barcelona

Monday is the set launch date for AMD’s Barcelona CPU Architecture, branded K10. AMD is prepared to launch its next-generation Barcelona CPU architecture this Monday. Barcelona is the first K8-based product to feature a


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