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CUPP PunkThis | Dual OS


Cupp’s PunkThis is a board that replaces your 2.5 inch SATA hard drive enabling the device to be able to switch between Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) via a hotkey in real-time.

The Punk This has the following specs and ports:

  • DM3730 ARM CPU
  • 512MB of RAM
  • Wifi radio
  • mini-PCIe Socket
  • SATA port
  • SD Card slot
  • Other connections to allow usb, video and audio interfacing with the host.


A key point to also note would be that; although the PinkThis replaces the computer’s hard drive, it also allows for an SSD to be connected to it via the mini-PCIe Socket or an SDcard. These facilities will allow for extra storage.


Source – Engadget

Categories: The Internet, WIN

PSN Hacked | Everything you need to know

If you’re reading this then the general aspect of it should be nothing new, it’s all over the place from BBC to G4 to CNN, Joystiq, IGN, Engadget, Cnet, newspapers, articles, TV stations – when a multi-billion dollar company gets hacked, trust me you’ll definitely know about it. I’ve compiled this concise article of things that have happened and I will be updating it as news surfaces.

Categories: Random, Really?