ASUS had so much to showcase in CeBIT 2009 that they had to be situated in a different hall from most other PC Component vendors. Join us as we showcase the very newest and very best of what ASUS has to offer. From the expanding Eee series to unreleased products like the Intel P55 boards, there's something of interest for everyone.
NVIDIA has gone back to its old ways, back in the act of rebranding old cards and passing them off as new ones. The recently announced GeForce GTS 250 is actually a GeForce 9800 GTX+ with a fancy new name. However, NVIDIA has tweaked it a little and we check it out to see if it brings anything new to the mid to high-end segment.
Take a peek into the grand opening ceremony of the world's largest digital IT and telecommunications exhibition, which now has the support of partner state California to further boost CeBIT's profile. Several honored guests have graced this occasion such as Craig R. Barrett, Dr. Angela Merkel and Arnold Schwarzenegger himself!
A wireless gaming mouse?! That's sacrilege! Microsoft however, wants to change your mind. With what? Their latest SideWinder X8, of course. Join us as we investigate further.
For those who keep abreast of technology, stream computing has been making the headlines, particularly NVIDIA's relentless focus on spreading the word on CUDA. What about the other GPU company, ATI? Well they are not out of the game by any means and revealed some interesting updates last year. Here's the latest on ATI Stream.
Not everyone can afford a super high-end gaming notebook, nor handle their accompanying bulk. We looked for alternatives and guess what? We found one that combines decent gaming prowess with the eminently portable 14.1-inch form factor - meet the MSI GX400 gaming notebook.
Trouble getting your kids to stay still for the perfect portrait? Missed that magical moment at a recent football match? Fear not, Casio's new High Speed Exilim cameras have some nifty features that can help you achieve that perfect shot.
Going green for ASUS doesn't just mean that the notebook is eco-friendly, it's also clad in bamboo, along with a nice green shade too. Find out more.
To differentiate itself from the other P43 boards out there, ASRock has given the P43R1600Twins-WiFi support for both DDR2 and DDR3 memory, and, as the name suggests, Wi-Fi. Representing great value for money, we take a look to see if it has the performance to match.
We take a quick peek at the i.Tech Clip Music 801, equipped with nifty features such as multipoint function for dual connectivity and advanced mobile away alert.