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Logitech has gone one step further with its QuickCam Pro, armed with auto focus, facial tracking and many more features uncommon in a notebook webcam.
In this forward looking article, learn about Intel's high-end multi-processor (MP) platform update, microarchitecture details of the next generation processor core - the Nehalem and even info on platforms/processors beyond 2009 with Sandy Bridge and Larrabee. So sit tight and get ready to soak up all the information.
Taking on O2 Asia's mandate, Mobile Wireless Group (MWg) introduces its first mobile device lineup for the year, the MWg Atom V.
At its very first Digital Imaging Roadshow, Samsung unveils its 2008 lineup of compact cameras, DSLR and HD digital camcorders, setting out to impress consumers with its commitment towards digital imaging quality. Here's a quick peek at the range of imaging devices, coming to a store near you very soon!
With two G92 cores on board, the GeForce 9800 GX2 is NVIDIA's response to the Radeon HD 3870 X2. Does this new graphics flagship possess the panache to retake the performance title from ATI? Check out our findings of this new-generation SLI-sandwich.
NVIDIA has just launched their first DDR3 chipset, the nForce 790i Ultra SLI and we think it's just the thing for hapless NVIDIA fans hoping for a decent Intel processor based SLI chipset with great performance and stability. Find out what NVIDIA put into their latest core logic controller and hope for a price cut.
While you won't be carrying the Dell XPS M1730 around with you on your travel trips, this monstrous desktop replacement notebook comes fully loaded with all the bells and whistles for smooth gaming and multimedia performance. Time to kick butt and chew bubblegum.
Bose goes into the portable business with the Bose SoundDock Portable, an impressive speaker system designed to give the boombox treatment to portable media players.
Sony's Cyber-shot series adds a new member to its family with the Cyber-shot T300, packed in a stylish silver chassis with up to 10.1-megapixels of imaging prowess.
Missing from our recent GeForce 9600 GT shootout is the familiar MSI brand. Here to remedy this situation, we have the overclocked MSI N9600GT-T2D512-OC, which comes in a rather gaudy red. Can it match the other GeForce 9600 GT competitors in the mid-range segment?