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Behold the world's first Intel Core 2 Duo notebooks - the NEC 6200 and 6210! Unveiled at a closed door event, the notebooks from NEC are not only equipped with the latest processor from Intel, but also designed by International award-winning product designer, Jun Katsunuma, whose model-like looks are comparable to the notebook itself!
Christmas has come early for those still hanging on to their AGP systems, for the GeForce 7600 GT is the latest GPU to spawn an official AGP variant. Featuring the same core and memory clock speeds as the PCIe version, the Leadtek WinFast A7600 GT TDH promises much, but can it deliver? Read on.
Bluegears introduces their b-Cool and b-Ice series of fans. Both are equipped with stunning LEDs and ingenious engineering and we think they have just opened a new frontier in the art of modding.
Razer has finally unleashed the Barracuda HP-1 Gaming Headphones. Offering 720 degrees of gaming madness, the HP-1 will give gamers a much-needed advantage.
Look past the retro packaging and you'll find a fully featured motherboard with a solid design no less expected from ASUS. Factor in great performance, features and overclocking bandwidth to spare, the ASUS P5B Deluxe WiFi-AP Edition is a Core 2 Duo motherboard you'd love to have. Read on.
With the new L1900R, LG is giving users a chance to own a brilliant monitor and an artpiece or just a beautiful LCD that packs a lot of punch in simple terms.
The GeForce 7600 GS had the potential of a perfect match for a HTPC but that was ruined when NVIDIA neglected to standardize the design to have the hardware encryption key for true HDCP readiness. Gigabyte has remedied this with its new card and even features a HDMI output. Here's the promising GV-NX76G256HI-RH
Riding on the MP3 wave is D-Link with their latest Wireless Music Player. What's great about the DSM-120 is that it can also perform as a standalone media player simply by slotting in a 2.5-inch hard disk.
ATI takes another stab at restoring parity in the high-end graphics segment with an improved version of the Radeon X1900 XTX. Reinforced with an enhanced R580+ core and DDR4 memory, the Radeon X1950 XTX 512MB promises a lot but can it deliver the win for ATI? Here's how it did in our benchmarks.
Users will definitely fall in love with the credit card sized PQI U510 card drive that only measures 3mm in thickness. What you are looking at is portable storage at its best.