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HP promised us an evening of glamour at its regional consumer press launch in Seoul last week. Join us as we show you HP's upcoming consumer desktops and notebooks, including a new, one of a kind touchscreen PC.
With its small form, a clip and good audio quality, Apple has outdone itself once again with the new Apple iPod shuffle.
If you're one of those who still possess a decent AGP system, be glad. For the chance to boost your system graphics at a relatively affordable price is now here with the AGP version of the high-end Radeon X1950 PRO. We gathered a few of the most readily available models and find out what makes them tick.
Intel has a breakthrough in transistor technology that Gordon Moore states is the biggest change yet since the late 1960s. Featured in their upcoming 45nm process technology, Intel has shared with us some of this information and even that of their upcoming Penryn family of processors for 2008!
The Qnap Qback-25's solid construction and propriety backup software makes it one of the better 2.5-inch HDD enclosures around.
Are you ready for 802.11n? SMC's new Draft-N broadband router boasts 300Mbps data rates to exceed wired Fast Ethernet. Keeping to the basics, the SMCWBR14-N does its job well and displays the potential of the 802.11n wireless standard. Definitely for those who can't wait to get on 'N'.
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.