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The successor to the venerable GeForce 7900 GT, the 'new' GeForce 7950 GT has been given a good clock speed bump with double the frame buffer size, HDCP compliancy and is tagged not much higher at US$299. ATI too has a 'renewed' part in this segment and we intend to find out how well NVIDIA's entry can hold up against it.
Logitech has finally replaced the aging G1 gaming mouse with the G3 - everything the G1 was, plus an updated 2000DPI laser tracker.
Altec Lansing introduces the latest 'built for iPod' speakers into the market - the ultra-slim inMotion iM500.
Users will love the Astone Xinc Ultra Digital A/V Player as it is packed with a lot of features while being small and lightweight.
ATI recently rung in the changes for its range of graphics chipsets. The mid-range segment saw the introduction of the Radeon X1650 PRO, a product that looks like the Radeon X1600 XT on paper. We examine GeCube's Radeon X1650 PRO Platinum to find out what's under the hood.
Giant heatsinks and coolers are part and parcel of the enthusiast' arsenal. Now, they can add ASUS' latest cooler, the Silent Square to their list.
Creative is back again with yet another nano-sized digital audio player, the Zen Neeon 2. The Zen Neeon 2 succeeds the original Zeeon player with an improved 1.5-inch CSTN screen and even video playback capability.
Continuing our IFA show floor highlights, we bring you coverage from AMD, ARCHOS, ATI, Beyerdynamic, Commodore, Creative, Dvico, Grundig, Intel, Kenwood, Loewe, MSI, Mitsubishi, One For All, Philips, Pioneer, Sharp and SonicGear booths in this final installment that wraps up the huge IFA event.
Biostar may be an underdog in the crowded motherboard market, but their latest TForce P965 Deluxe motherboard has what it takes to compete with top tier products. With a bargain price, nicely featured, aggressive performance and solid stability, this is real value for money.
NVIDIA wasn't just going to let ATI grab all the headlines with its recent graphics revamp. The green team has decided to take the same approach by splitting its GeForce 7900 GT model into two new separate products. Today, we look at the less endowed of the two offspring, the GeForce 7900 GS.