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Get a socket change, a new dual-channel DDR2 memory controller, double the processing cores, improved power management and you have a recipe for the new Turion 64 X2 processor. Read on as we take MSI's S271 Turion 64 X2 Mobile Technology pre-evaluation notebook for a quick spin.
AcBel's latest power supply unit comes with a LCD display, so that you'll know whether your system is idling or overheating. Useful or just a gimmick? Here's our take.
If you have been planning to get K750i/W800i, Sony Ericsson has just released another new handset that looks identical to K750i and bears similar functions to the W800i and more.
We have more Socket AM2 goodness coming your way and this time it is in the form of ASUS' upcoming AM2 motherboard. Packed with the high-end nForce 590 SLI chipset, ASUS ups the ante with the M2N32-SLI Deluxe motherboard. We know you can't resist a sneak peek, so read on.
If you're shopping for a cheap mainstream graphics card for your kids or maybe a HTPC, Chaintech has just the answer with its GeForce 7300 GS.
In the midst of the trend towards quiet computing, ASUS' latest GeForce 7600 GT aims to quietly take over the mid-range segment. Join us as we take a look at the noiseless EN7600GT Silent and hear the difference between it and the other GeForce 7600 GT cards.
ECS attempts to take on the big boys with an attractively priced board that gives SLI hungry Intel users a reason to drool. At first glance, the C19-A SLI sports some really spartan features, but once you take this nForce4 SLI XE powered motherboard on a test run, you won't be looking back.
HP unveiled five new business notebooks and two consumer notebooks recently at a special press preview at Seoul, South Korea. Hardware Zone was there to witness it all and has all the juicy details here.
Need more ways to communicate and keep in touch with your loved ones than just voice and SMS? The Dopod 577W has taken a leap towards WiFi and may well be THE one Smartphone you're searching for.
Besides providing common protection, Trend Micro's PC-cillin Internet Security 2006 comes with additional useful applications that its competitors don't have and cost about US$20 cheaper than other leading anti-virus solutions.