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Satisfy your desire for speed with Genius' Navigator 335: a mouse with an adjustable DPI, a programmable Keystroke button and a highly suggestive carbon fiber body.
The M2A-VM HDMI is a configurable solution by ASUS that can be deployed as an OEM platform or converted for home theater duty with a HDMI add-on module and AVIVO hardware decoding. This is one of the better AMD 690G motherboards in the market, but is it for you? Find out inside.
In our second and final part of the Intel Developer Forum Spring 2007 coverage, we have details on Intel's latest desktop products, a peek at Intel Turbo Memory's performance and some details of Montevina, Skulltrail and Menlow.
In our first Intel Developer Forum update from Beijing, we take an in-depth look at Intel's upcomong 45nm Penryn processor as well as details of the new Intel Xeon 7300 series, Tolapai and Nehalem.
As part of HP's push to capture an even larger market share of enterprise printing, HP has launched its most advanced printing technology to date and it's called Edgeline. Scalability, reliability, speed, high printing quality and low running cost are the qualities it brings.
At IDF Spring 2007 in Beijing, Hardware Zone had the opportunity to try out Intel's upcoming 45nm Penryn core. We benchmarked the dual-core and quad-core Penryn along with Intel's latest Core 2 Extreme QX6800 Processor - and we have all the results here in this sneak preview.
The LG KE820 is a basic yet stylish mobile phone with FM radio, a microSD slot and a 2.0-megapixel camera.
Sapphire's Pure Innovation HDMI motherboard is one of the first few AMD 690G motherboards hitting the market to make full use of the advanced video processing and display capabilities of the new chipset. This is one board all entertainment buffs don't want to miss out on.
You have heard of smart fans which vary in speed according to temperature. Now, there's an easy way to control all these fans centrally, through Cooler Master's Wind Rider PWM Fan Hub.
It's been more than two months since Windows Vista has been released to great fanfare. But as reports trickle in, sales seem to have fallen short of expectations. Is it because of its higher hardware requirements? We examine how Vista performs on three systems ranging from an Athlon XP to an Intel Core 2 Duo.