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NVIDIA's top dog, the GeForce 8800 GTX gets the water-cooling treatment from MSI with its newest NX8800GTX OC Liquid. Like its name suggest, it's overclocked and quite different from the typical reference card. Read on for our thoughts about this 'elitist' card.
Armed with GPS maps, QWERTY keys, a dash of multimedia and a sexy outfit, the Blackberry 8800 will be a hit among coporate types and Blackberry fans.
The Ruckus MediaFlex series of wireless networking products churn up a storm with their ultra cool design on the outside and an equally unique smart wireless antenna technology inside. Will the Ruckus MediaFlex NG router live up to the hype of perfected wireless multimedia? Read on.
Cooler Master has released a new notebook base that not only features passive cooling, but also has the option to elevate display screens to eye level.
ASUS breaks away from its square cooler designs of the past with the full copper Silent Knight.
The first mid-range DirectX 10 graphics cards, NVIDIA's GeForce 8600 series are set to hit the streets. Here to give you a sneak peak of its performance, we benchmarked the top GeForce 8600 GTS. Read on to find out if the new series can live up to the hype.
NVIDIA gives you one less excuse not to go Windows Vista and DirectX 10 by introducing its new, mid-range lineup GeForce 8600 series with DirectX 10 support and an improved PureVideo HD engine. We took the top card in the series, the GeForce 8600 GTS for a spin and here's our verdict.
The HP Compaq 6515b Notebook PC might look plain on the outside but inside holds several surprises for those who are quick to judge a book by its cover.
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.