Most of the desktops I deal with are so big that they can barely fit underneath your desk—let alone on top of it. But Lenovo’s ThinkCentre M93p Tiny lives up (down?) to its name: This small-form-factor PC measures 7 inches tall, 7.2 inches wide, and 1.35 inches thick, which makes it smaller and more portable than some laptops.
The Tiny packs a fourth-generation Intel Haswell processor into a compact, rugged chassis that weighs less than three pounds (sans power supply and accessories). Lenovo says the machine complies with 8 Mil-Spec criteria: dust, shock, temperature extremes, humidity, and impact.
The machine is ostensibly designed for business users—it has a zero footprint if you mount it to the back of display, on a wall, or underneath a work surface (the plug in a wired USB keyboard, and you can power-on the PC by pressing Alt + P). Consumers can also create their own all-in-one this way, or they can stash it in an entertainment center and use it as a
More than five years after the onset of the Great Recession, consistent global growth remains elusive, prompting central banks to stick with artificially low interest rates while pumping an unprecedented infusion of cash into the financial system.
BuyDig offers the Canon PowerShot SX170 IS 16-Megapixel Digital Camera in Red, model no. 8676B001, with a 16GB SDHC Card and Gadget Bag for $149 with free shipping. That's $21 under the lowest total price we could find for this bundle elsewhere. (Most merchants charge $150 or more for the camera alone.) It features a 3" LCD, 16x optical zoom, 720p video recording, optical image stabilization, 28mm wide-angle lens, and SDXC card slot.
Amazon offers its Prime members the Uncle Milton Moon in My Room for $15 with free shipping. (Non-members can spend $35 or more to qualify for free shipping; otherwise, shipping adds $5.48.) That's the lowest total price we could find by $5. This moon model hangs on the wall and lights up to show the different moon phases. It includes a remote control.
11 December 2013 Last updated at 09:58 GMT Thousands of mourners have formed a "guard of honour" in Pretoria for the late Nelson Mandela. His remains were driven through the city to the Union Buildings, where he will lie in state for three days. The BBC's Nomsa Maseko said the atmosphere on the streets had changed and the mood was now "somehow sombre" . Read more...