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Be the first ones to experience Full HD with Pioneer's PDP-5000EX - a 50-incher that can truly process 1080p signals, pixel for pixel.
High definition has yet to make the breakthrough that the industry has been hoping for. Manufacturers have not stopped trying though and MSI's latest effort attempts to be the complete solution for a HD HTPC setup. Here are our thoughts for this special edition of the GeForce 7600 GT.
It's all about the GeForce 8 series this month as we take a look at a retail GeForce 8800 GTS from MSI. How does the lesser GeForce 8 card fare against the competition in terms of performance and value? Find out more about it, including MSI's new utilities like in-game overclocking - the first of it's kind.
The Gstor Mini from ExcelStor is a compact 8GB Pocket Hard Drive with useful preinstalled Ceedo software that protects your data and privacy.
The highly anticipated nForce 600i series of chipsets for the Intel platform have been released by NVIDIA with promises of extreme overclocking support for the Core 2 Duo. 1333MHz FSB and DDR2-1200 are only the highlights of the nForce 680i SLI, but what else is there? Find out inside.
Hidden in secrecy for four years, the G80 graphics core comes alive in the form of the GeForce 8800 series. Boasting a new unified architecture, NVIDIA's Lumenex engine and the first DirectX 10 GPU ready for whatever Windows Vista and its games have in store, the flagship GeForce 8800 GTX is a showstopper!
The W950i is packed with cool lifestyle features that should attract the hardcore music lovers who like one phone, one portable media player concept.
Apple has unleashed the 2nd generation of its iPod nano that is aesthetically inspired by the original iPod mini. Sadly, it doesn't really offer much in the way of new.
You may have or think you have a High Definition capable PC today, but are you ready to embrace Blu-ray and HD DVD yet? In this article, we take a look at what is needed to get a PC truly ready for the next generation HD media and some of our early musings on quality.
The MG-35 is no shrimp, users can watch their favorite videos with it and use it to access files from any network with its NDAS technology.