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No Shortcuts in IT Education

by July 14, 2001

Both students and the industry need to mature to end at least some of the woes plaguing education

Tech Slowdown

by July 14, 2001

A series on what caused the slowdown and growth opportunities

Linux Unleashed

by July 14, 2001

It’s finally here and it’s more power-packed than ever before. PCQ Linux 7.1 (Based on Red Hat Linux 7.1)comes with extra install options, drivers for common hardware, and various other goodies to make both configuration and use, easy .

The Language to Learn

by July 14, 2001

A good programmer needs to know more than just one programming language

PCs Get Style

by July 14, 2001

PC’s, notebooks, handhold’s, and even servers are looking sleeker and more stylish. So you have a server that’s the size of a box of pizza or a computer that’s just 10cm high.

HP Web Hosting Server Appliance: A Web-hosting Rack Server

by July 11, 2001

This rack server is completely configurable through a Web browser with specs to handle multiple websites

3 Com Internet Server: A Plug ‘n’ Work Server

by July 11, 2001

A server with all basic network services in one box

Cobalt Qube3: A Compact Server

by July 11, 2001

A ready-to-use Internet/Intranet server that supports up to 150 users

Cassiopeia Pocket PC E-125: Casio’s PDA

by July 11, 2001

Bulkier than the palm and pricey, this PDA still makes a good mobile companion

Sunflower EasyNow: A Colorful PC

by July 11, 2001

A compact, lightweight, and colorful PC which is low on performance

Apple iMac 600 Flower Power: A Striking Mac

by July 11, 2001

This attractive Mac is the latest of the iMacs

Apple PowerMac G4 Cube: A Noiseless Machine with Killer Looks

by July 11, 2001

This compact machine comes with a good software bundle, and is a great performer 

Wipro Voyager Flex: A Home PC

by July 11, 2001

This PC comes with tons of features, but is an average performer

Vintron Karyo: A No-frills PC

by July 11, 2001

This compact desktop can be placed vertically or flat, has onboard audio/video, but isn’t a very good performer

Acer Veriton 3200: A 10 cm tall PC

by July 11, 2001

A slim PC with plenty of expandability and good performance

PCS Mystiiq: Great Home PC

by July 11, 2001

Great performance and bundled accessories make this a good bargain for home users

HP ePC: Ultra-small PC

by July 11, 2001

The e-PC is well performing, small, and manageable, but low on expandability

Compaq iPAQ Legacy Free: A Hot-swappable Multi-bay Drive PC 

by July 11, 2001

This sleek PC, which supports only USB ports, delivers good performance

Acer Veriton FP2: A Compact PC

by July 11, 2001

This PC comes with an LCD panel and has lots of useful features

IBM NetVista: Space-saving PC

by July 11, 2001

The NetVista is packed with features but costs a bit and lags in performance