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Voodoo Omen PC is $7k water-cooled gaming behemoth

Voodoo Omen PC is $7k water-cooled gaming behemoth

After announcing the super-slick Envy ultraportable earlier on today, Voodoo have also unveiled their new gaming PC, the Omen.  Conclusively proving that hard edges are back in style (and that minimalism never really went away), the monolithic 22-inch tall Omen was designed in-house.  Based on an ASUS Striker Extreme II (NVIDIA 790i) motherboard, CPUs up to Intel's Core 2 Extreme Quad-Core 3.20GHz QX9770 (with 12 MB of L2 cache; 1600 MHz FSB) and up to 8GB of 1600 MHz Corsair PC-14400 DDR3 SDRAM can be specified.  Graphics options include the NVIDIA GeForce 8800 ULTRA with 768MB of GDDR3 SDRAM and the ATI Radeon HD3870 series.

Dell Latitude XT gets MultiTouch; new 128GB SSD for Dell notebooks

Dell Latitude XT gets MultiTouch; new 128GB SSD for Dell notebooks

Dell's Latitude XT convertible tablet PC is getting a multitouch upgrade tomorrow, which will introduce fingertip control from multiple contact points to the notebook's capacitive touchscreen.  The XT was the first tablet PC to use a capacitive panel, and at launch could recognise both fingertip and multi-tipped pen contact.  Now it gets iPhone-style pinch zooming and two-fingered scroll control, courtesy of a straightforward software upgrade.

Video demo of the new multitouch support after the cut

SlashGear TV Week in review Episode 1

SlashGear TV Week in review Episode 1

We hope you enjoyed the pilot episode of SlashGear TV week-in-review.  This week, we are back with episode number 1.  While we're happy with the 25-minute clip, there's still a lot of room for improvements.  That being said, please submit your feed backs as to what you liked, didn't like or want to see more of (within reasons of course).  We're striving to do our best to make each week entertaining as well as informative.

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SlashGear Week in Review – June 15th

SlashGear Week in Review – June 15th

Unsurprisingly the iPhone 3G has overshadowed just about all other news this week, with Steve Jobs taking to the Keynote stage at WWDC 2008 on Monday and announcing Apple's updated cellphone.  Packing 3G, GPS, improved software and more into an only slightly thicker (and curvier) chassis, the iPhone 3G is destined to make waves when it launches on July 11th, especially given the lower price of $199 (for the 8GB model).  We live-blogged the Keynote and many of you were good enough to join us; check out our coverage here, and click over to iPhone Buzz for more up-to-the-minute iPhone news.

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