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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.
ASUS updates their enthusiast motherboard line-up for Intel's Core 2 processors and we get to test run the new P5W DH Deluxe. This 975X Express motherboard is a knockout cocktail of media-centric digital home features and performance computing. The grass is greener over here.
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.
The widely anticipated Blu-ray drive makes its debut on a notebook and predictably, the honor goes to the Sony VAIO VGN-AR18GP. Here's what we thought of this high-tech luxury.
Users who want to have music and phone functionality rolled into one will love the Nokia N91 as it provides a pure mobile experience.
Toshiba has been trying to catch up in the wake of its major competitors' successes. Fujitsu's Notebooks screams miniature chic while Lenovo appeal with their rough-and-tumble look. Check out what Toshiba is offering in an effort to find their own corner of the business notebook market.
A hotbed for the latest technological advancements from Korea, SEK2006 also had the government's 'U-Korea Vision' and 'u-IT839 Strategies' as key agendas. Here's your chance to learn more about them and glimpse into the future of what to expect - all from our report straight from Seoul, Korea.