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The rumors about its existence have been around since the GeForce 8800 GT hit the market but now, it's finally here. The new, revised GeForce 8800 GTS based on the G92 core is now available and we take one of the fastest incarnations available from ASUS for a spin. Details inside!
It didn't take too long for the vendors to start tackling the heat produced by the GeForce 8800 GT. For its latest effort, Gigabyte has enlisted the aid of Zalman to cool this overclocked card and we think this concoction has struck the magic balance we yearned so much in a GeForce 8800 GT. Read on for our findings!
The Nokia N95 8GB might be an incremental upgrade to this year's flagship N95 multimedia computer, but it packs a whole lot more improvements and not just slapping on an 8GB worth of memory and a color scheme change.
For all you gaming enthusiasts, the introduction of the Razer Lachesis is going to enhance your gaming experience, in more ways than one.
We take a look at three different external storage drives, compare them against a DIY option and take them out for a spin in our lab to determine the right one for you. Intrigued? Keep on reading for the results and our thoughts.
Fujitsu unveils its winter collection of its new range of 3.5G notebooks that supports both HSDPA and GPRS. Catering to a mix of users from students to business professionals, the Fujitsu notebooks promises to make communications as easy as sipping a cup of coffee. We find out more.
HTC introduces the HTC Touch Dual, another fine addition to the HTC Touch family with a spruced up processor and improved TouchFlo interface.
The Patriot Extreme Performance PC3-15000 2GB Kit is memory for hardcore overclockers to take their PCs to the next level. At its rated 1866MHz speeds, this pair of memory can keep pace with extreme FSBs up to 460MHz. Find out how it performs right here.
An MP3 player with touch screen technology, the Samsung YP-P2 is a worthy contender to the iPod touch. Although we've some reservations about the responsiveness of the touch screen, the P2 is still excellent in its own way.
The Sony Ericsson T650i has an understated charm of being a simple 3G phone, but its solid construction, use of materials and play on lights make it a real charmer.