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The HTC S620 has 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a widescreen QVGA display and an innovative scroller to make it an attractive smartphone for reading webpages and documents on the go.
ASUS has a brand new entry into the motherboard market with the P5N32-E SLI Plus. Designed to be more robust with 100% solid capacitors, this new nForce 680i SLI entry may just be the one you've been holding out for.
It seems like after a long slumber, the HP giant has finally woken up to introduce a new lineup of multimedia-centric Pavilion notebooks, which includes the dv9014tx. As sexy as it is capable, the dv9014tx 17-inch notebook represents almost everything a sleek multimedia notebook should be.
While CPUs are reducing power consumption and heat output, coolers have being growing larger to compensate for lower noise tolerance from consumers. Cooler Master's new Eclipse is the latest example of such a cooler.
In the second part of our series of articles focusing on next generation media playback on the PC, we look at HD DVD playback performance numbers, hardware acceleration techniques and CPU decoding overhead with an entry-level Intel Core 2 Duo processor.
It's only natural for a chassis manufacturer like Lian Li to branch into related products like power supply units. The question is, are they any good? We take a look at Lian Li's 600W offering.
The Crossroads Sport Earphones Mylarone will make you regret ever buying earphones off the racks of electrical supermarts.
Gainward marks its comeback to the Asian market with its first ever ATI product. And what could be more appropriate than to launch a Golden Sample of ATI's hottest property now, the Radeon X1950 PRO. Find out if Gainward manages to get the full potential out of this overclocked 512MB version.
Graphics cards supporting HDCP are no longer a novelty as vendors up the stakes by introducing HDMI outputs to appeal next generation HTPC users. MSI's new GeForce 7600 GS card is the latest to receive some HDMI goodness.
While many may say that the 400D is Canon's response to Nikon's and Sony's 10MP offerings, the fact that it outgunned the mid-range 30D (8.0-megapixel) using a new never-seen-before 10-megapixel sensor shows that the 400D is more a natural progression than a knee-jerk reaction.