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Besides the usual business and office oriented applications, the XDA Atom Life is also designed with strong multimedia support in mind. A fast processor with 1GB of flash memory should provide a strong hint to what it can do.
The new Core 2 Duo based Dell Inspiron 6400 is a faithful workhorse that balances performance and battery life. Its other features though, are more down to earth and even a little uninspiring, including a chassis design that has been around for an eternity. What can the new Dell do for you? Read on.
The P535 is made for a niche group of users who require GPS capabilities, PDA and a phone all rolled into one unit. Read on to find out if it is as good as its sibling, the P525.
The AMD 690G chipset is finally launched today and we take a quick look a one of the first few motherboard samples available - the ECS AMD690GM-M2 - to see how the new Radeon X1250 graphics core performs. Check out our first hand experience with the AMD 690G right here.
Foxconn is the latest manufacturer to launch an nForce 680i SLI motherboard into the market and it does aim high. The N68S7AA-8EKRS2H proves to be a well-rounded motherboard with good performance, solid engineering and a unique design. Want to know more? Read our full review here.
No other podcast packages are as complete as Behringer's Podcaststudio. If you are a musician and a podcast enthusiast, this package is the solution for you.
With a new 18x DVD writer, ASUS has joined the slim ranks of manufacturers who are finally offering SATA based DVD writers. Does having 18x DVD write speed or SATA matter in a future scripted to belong to next generation media like Blu-ray? Let's find out.
With the technology from Etymotic Research, the harman/kardon EP710 gives users superb audio quality and noise isolation in inconspicuous package.
A fashion statement, a multimedia hub, a powerhouse, and hassle-free tech support: that's what the Toshiba Satellite M100 is all about.
We weren't kidding when we said half a year ago that the FX-64 is on its way; which it did arrive today in the form of the Athlon 64 X2 6000+. Clocked at 3GHz with 2MB of full speed L2 cache, can this 6000+ model do wonders? We pit it against Intel's Core 2 Duo series on all grounds - read on!