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Take your Skype conversations to the next level with the new SMC WSKP100 - a dedicated, Wi-Fi enabled Skype phone that promises to go wherever you go.
The Sony NW-S203F is a sports oriented digital audio player with a built-in pedometer to help you count steps and measure distances.
We have previously seen the excellent overclocked version of the GeForce 7900 GS from Leadtek. Now, Leadtek aims to translate that winning formula to the more powerful GeForce 7950 GT, further enhancing its performance. Would the same approach work twice? Read on to find out.
Creative has simplified the audio goodness of its X-Fi high-end soundcard into a small and easy-to-use USB device for PC, Mac and even PMPs too.
The highly successful Core microarchitecture infiltrated desktops and laptops, but don't forget they also made their way into workstations and servers with the rejuvenated Xeon 5100 series. Codenamed Woodcrest, they aren't as expensive as perceived to be as we found out when pitting it against the Core 2 Extreme.
NVIDIA's nForce 590 SLI chipset finally makes its way into the Intel platform after a long wait and ASUS is the first manufacturer to let us have a taste of high-end SLI x16 goodness with the P5N32-SLI Premium. Can the board take on the likes of the P5W DH Deluxe or P5B Deluxe? Find out inside.
There are many appealing stuff in the market that only have the aesthetics factor but the Panasonic HTX7 headphones is one that actually performs as well as it looks.
Kingston tries its luck in the multimedia market as it introduces the new K-PEX100 - an affordable portable media player for video, music, photos, and much more.
With an onslaught of new processors and platforms monthly ever since late May, it looks like there's no slowing down of this segment anytime soon. Before we get swept by the next wave, we roundup results from dual-core processors of the AMD Athlon 64 X2 series, Intel Pentium D 900 series and of course the Core 2 Duo.
The Radeon X1950 PRO is the new kid on the block, so we had to check them out. Following our review of the PowerColor Radeon X1950 PRO, we have another version, this time from ASUS. Surprisingly, ASUS too prefers its own custom cooler over the reference. Read on to find out what else we noticed.