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In an extremely saturated thumb-drive market, A-data introduces a range of innovative thumb-drives that will surely stand out among the crowd.
The first GeForce 7300 GT we saw from Gainward was very impressive and is perhaps misleading as to the general quality of the GeForce 7300 GT due to its aggressive clock speeds. Gigabyte's version is more modestly clocked and should be more representative of its class. Here's what we found out.
XFX has always had overclocked versions of their products for those who want that extra performance without getting their hands dirty. So it was only a matter of time before its overclocked GeForce 7950 GX2 hit the market. Read on to find out how much more performance you can expect to find.
When you talk about quality soundcards, one brand that would always spring to everyone's mind is Creative Technology. Can the same company who gave us the award winning X-Fi and Zen Vision:M produce equally good headphones? Read on to find out.
HP is courting the masses with its consumer friendly HP iPAQ rw6828. The rw6828 is packed with features such as a 2-megapixel Camera, Push E-mail as well as a free glitzy skin makeover by HP.
ASRock has now updated their motherboard line-up with native AM2 processor support. Meet the AM2V890-VSTA, a mainstream offering based on a new variant of the VIA K8T890 chipset. Can the veteran chipset support the full potential of the new AM2 CPUs? Read on.
After giving the Samsung Q1 a thorough going over, we were left highly impressed and concluded that UMPCs as well thought-out as this are a special "breed" that is worth anyone's attention.
The mainstream consumer graphics segment gets a boost with the latest chipset from NVIDIA, the GeForce 7300 GT. With hardly any fanfare, this addition to the GeForce 7300 is now available in retail channels. Here's our impression of a limited edition of this new card from Gainward.
With so many slim slider phones in the market, Samsung attempts to set the SGH-820 apart with a sturdy look and funky features such as TV-out.
Gigabyte sent us an updated internal BIOS revision that is supposed to solve our overclocking woes with the GA-965P-DQ6 motherboard. Fresh from our review, we decided to take it for another spin and see if a BIOS is all you need to achieve great overclocking speeds. Read on.