ABIT is back into making quality motherboards if their latest AW9D-MAX is to be any indication. This 975X Express Core 2 ready motherboard is designed for the gaming crowd with customized features and great performance. The AW9D-MAX is what some might call 'Da Bomb!'
Philips has released the WACS700, a wireless music Center and Station combo that will put consumers at ease with its looks, simplicity of use and great sounds.
One of the most highly anticipated GeForce 7900 GS cards to be launched, the XpertVision GeForce 7900GS Sonic is unlike any of its other competitors. Thanks to a specially designed cooler and in-house PCB design, this overclocked graphics card looks to provide performance at an attractive price point.
Many vendors have been releasing their GeForce 7900 GS products recently so it's only a matter of time before MSI, one of the larger graphics cards manufacturers followed suit. That happens to be the NX7900GS-T2D256E-HD, which comes with HDCP support. Read on for the full review and our take.
Liquid cooling kits are becoming more accessible to newcomers and nothing is more true than the Gigabyte 3D Galaxy II and Blue Eye liquid cooling kits.
Not satisfied with the standard 2.0 or 3.2megapixel phones that are currently in the market, LGhas decided to raise the bar by introducing a 5.0-megapixel GSM phone - the LG KG 920.
In our final update to IDF Fall 2006, we reveal more details of Intel's enterprise/server products as well as Intel's next generation mobile platform codenamed Santa Rosa. We also have a picture spread of some interesting demo at the tech showcase.
At IDF today, we managed to get our hands on a machine equipped with Intel's latest Core 2 Extreme QX6700 processor. We ran a couple of quick benchmarks and compared the results with a similar system running a Core 2 Extreme X6800 processor.
The ASUS F3JM is a no-frills gaming notebook that delivers with a strong mix of gaming oriented components, but at heart, it is also a powerful notebook for the corporate road warrior.
In the first part of our Intel Developer Forum Fall 2006 update, we look at Intel's upcoming quad-core desktop processor as well as their plans to build tera-scale processors and lasers in silicons.