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Style, functionality, and a whole lot more...that's what the new iAudio Cowon T2 is about.
After a short absence, BenQ is back with a brand new Joybook called S73G, a powerful and formidable notebook for just about anyone.
Sarotech promises to play your HD videos, audio files, pictures, and text files with minimal problems with the DVP-507 abigs Multimedia Player.
Boasting the world's first mass market thermal electric cooler for graphics cards, GeCube's new Radeon X1950 PRO is very different from the typical heatsink fan combination. Never heard of the Peltier effect and thermal electric cooling? Read on to find out how this phenomenon is harnessed to cool this card.
In a total turn around from its tradition of business-centric products, Lenovo has today introduced consumer oriented desktops and notebooks. Join us as we dish out the latest Lenovo scoop.
Jumping onto the DirectX 10 bandwagon already? Well, if you're one of those who can afford it, NVIDIA's GeForce 8 series does offer a substantial boost even for existing games. Read on as we take a look at Leadtek's new GeForce 8800 GTS and its bundle in a shiny new box.
Be the first ones to experience Full HD with Pioneer's PDP-5000EX - a 50-incher that can truly process 1080p signals, pixel for pixel.
High definition has yet to make the breakthrough that the industry has been hoping for. Manufacturers have not stopped trying though and MSI's latest effort attempts to be the complete solution for a HD HTPC setup. Here are our thoughts for this special edition of the GeForce 7600 GT.
It's all about the GeForce 8 series this month as we take a look at a retail GeForce 8800 GTS from MSI. How does the lesser GeForce 8 card fare against the competition in terms of performance and value? Find out more about it, including MSI's new utilities like in-game overclocking - the first of it's kind.