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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.
Want a phone that is simple and functional? Then, the new Nokia 6070 will clearly be your phone of choice as it is a phone that truly personifies practicality.
Liquid cooling may sound cool to the average consumer but most of them would not want the hassle of installation. MSI has taken it out of your hands as its new Radeon X1950 XTX now comes with a liquid cooling kit courtesy of Thermaltake. Read on for our thoughts on this special card.
O2's hybrid Stealth sports a keypad as well as all the usual PDA features in a slider phone form factor. We can't decide if we want it to be smaller or bigger, but it's sexy all the same.
CS has updated their exceptional budget board - the C19-A SLI - with new Core 2 Duo support. Tagged as the NFORCE 570 SLIT-A, it gets a new name, but it is essentially the same board beneath. If you need SLI support on the cheap, this may be a good place to start your hunt.
If you are looking for your first DSLR camera and not willing to splurge too much, look to Pentax whose latest product might just be what you are looking for.
To counter NVIDIA's diversifying GeForce 7900 series, ATI today has hard-launched their answer - the Radeon X1950 PRO. Based on a new 80nm core, ATI was able to deliver the price-performance combination that was lacking in their range for a long time. Check out what we thought about PowerColor's souped up version.
With a whole lot of media centers out there, the Rapsody N35 stands out with its NDAS capabilities, doubling as a Networked Attached Storage.
Users who would like to lull themselves to sleep or wake up to their favorite tunes will surely appreciate the iHome iH5 - an alarm clock, radio and an iPod speaker system in one device.
Foxconn's upgraded Intel 975X Express motherboard now features Core 2 and DDR2-800 support. The 975X7AB-8EKRS2H has all the good things going for it as far as an enthusiast should be concerned about: price, performance and features, though setting up can be a tricky affair.