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The NEC Versa L2100 has a fine balance of performance and looks, thanks to its leather cover, black interior, and Windows Vista OS.
Shown previously at CeBIT 2007, GeCube's dual GPU graphics card is finally ready for the market. Featuring two Radeon X1650 XT processors in CrossFire, this is not your ordinary mainstream card. Read on as we check out its build and performance.
In conjunction with the worldwide announcement of the hotly anticipated "Santa Rosa" platform by Intel, HP is riding on the momentum to reaffirm its focus on all things concerning mobility. Notebooks, handhelds, mobile services, enterprises solutions, the lot.
For the extreme enthusiasts, Thermaltake's new 1200W Toughpower PSU promises to ease all their fears about insufficient wattage.
It started with bleeding edge mice that led the competition but now, Razer has gone on to adopt a wider product portfolio and the latest is the Razer Pro|Type professional keyboard.
The long awaited challenger to NVIDIA's hegemony of DirectX 10 graphics has appeared. ATI's R600 makes its debut in the form of the Radeon HD 2900 XT 512MB and to our surprise, goes for the jugular of the GeForce 8800 GTS, and not the GeForce 8800 GTX - though it comes close.
abit's flagship IN9 32X-MAX motherboard is a well designed, well engineered piece of equipment to base your next Intel Core 2 Duo rig on. Enthusiast and overclockers, this board was built for you.
SATA DVD writers are the next logical steps for the optical drive industry, after the increases to 18x and 20x writing speed for DVD media. The LG GSA-H62N is another such drive that brings high speed writing to the SATA interface. It also has one of the fastest write speeds for dual layer media. Read on to find out how it performs.
Following last month's launch of the mid and entry-level GeForce 8 graphics parts, today NVIDIA launches the mobile variants ensuring DirectX 10 graphics is within everyone's grasp. We captured the juicy details of this new mobile GPU that will soon prevail in many of the upcoming notebooks.
The curtain has been drawn back on Santa Rosa, Intel's fourth generation Centrino mobile platform. Between its new 800MHz FSB, notebook overclocking technologies, HD acceleration, HDMI support and even more power savings, you'll find out all you need to know about Santa Rosa right here. Plus we even have early benchmark numbers and tests.