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The Shuttle XPC X100 was unique in its appearance and appealed to a niche segment of the market. That same group of enthusiasts may be delighted to know that Shuttle has planned another version. Geared for the media age, we have the new Shuttle XPC X200.
After more than two years in the making, Canon has finally rolled out its next chapter in the high-end DSLR segment, the EOS-1D Mark III. This is Canon's most advanced DSLR camera to date and it's a step up from the old in nearly all departments.
The Jabra BT135 not only allows users to express themselves with different face plates, but also gives users a total hands-free experience that lasts pretty long.
We met up with Henri Richard, the Executive Vice President, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer of AMD to have an update on microprocessor industry developments, in particular, his views on open standards, competition ethics and to learn of AMD's new plans, products and roadmap as an integrated AMD/ATI entity.
Anyone with an N95 will know they have a dependable mobile phone for the Internet but also photo imaging and video capturing of memories and candid moments.
NVIDIA is now shipping its GeForce 8800 GTS with 320MB of graphics memory, enough for most users running relatively modest resolutions and best of all, it is available at a lower price point. Here is Leadtek's take on this new variant of NVIDIA's GeForce 8800 GTS.
Users will love Edifier's e1100: a classy multimedia speaker system that compliments any desktop and delivers superb audio every time.
In the final installment of our grand CeBIT 2007 tour, we take a look at HIS, Nikko, Philips, Sapphire, Sony, Spire, Thermaltake, Tyan, Gigabyte's lifestyle and server boards, and MSI's server boards. Star Wars fans have something to look forward to as well, so read on and find out!
Users will appreciate the fact that the new Nokia N93i sports a new look and a thinner profile but still has the impressive suite of data and imaging scope of the N93.
www.hardwarezone.com travels to NEC's head quarters in Tokyo, Japan to speak with Mr. Kazuhiko Kobayashi, Executive Vice President of NEC Corporation about their new Virtual PC Center and learn more about NEC's plan for the ubiquitous office and next generation business infrastructure.