You've been hearing about Intel's Core microarchitecture and their next generation CPUs: Merom for mobile, Conroe for desktop and Woodcrest for server. What you haven't seen are live benchmark numbers that blow away an overclocked Athlon FX-60, the best AMD offering today!
Sennheiser refreshed their high-end and mid-range consumer headphones that would be available for the first quarter of 2006. This showcase article gets right down to what the new refresh has in store for you and perhaps even help you nail down the ideal headphone pair you were looking for.
During his brief stopover at sunny Singapore, Vice President of BenQ Asia Pacific Corporation, Mr. Philip Newton, took a quick breather to share with us an overview of the directions and goals on behalf of BenQ, including a discussion about the group's latest business operation, BenQ-Siemens mobile.
Hardware Zone had the golden opportunity to chat with James M. Chirico, Jr., the Senior VP of Global Operations at Seagate. We discussed the future of hard drives and talked about Seagate's plans to dominate more than 97% of the storage market space.
The highly anticipated Intel Centrino Duo mobile technology is finally retail ready. Despite having two execution cores on one die, Intel claims the battery life is on par, if not better than previous generations of Centrino platforms. Sounds unbelievable isn't it?
Sapphire has kindly bestowed on us two of its fastest Radeon X1800 XT 512MB cards. The normal version is clocked at the default frequencies but it is the overclocked Platinum Edition that we are looking forward to. Let's see how these two cards fare in the last of our Radeon X1800 XT articles.
In the world of tech, a good year is justified by the amount of great products that are introduced. The display of innovation, quality and sometimes pure performance is what drives the market. We pick out 100 of the best products that just about summarizes the whole of 2005.
We've got an exclusive world preview of something terribly exciting that's happening at MSI's booth at CES. It's a card that will enable you to configure SLI using two MXM modules. Sounds impossible? Well, it's true and we have pictures to show!
The M1695 is ULi's latest Athlon 64 core logic solution, but this isn't your momma's traditional chipset. The M1695 features HyperTransport as a universal interconnect for vast configuration flexibility and TGi for true PCIe, AGP and PCI operation simultaneously.
With the new TurboCache technology, NVIDIA has lined up two interesting entry-level graphics cards based on a modified GeForce 6200 GPU. Dive into this article and find out the workings of TurboCache, its benefits and the impact it made.
- Shure's New In-ear Flagship SE846 Uses a 4-driver Design
- Google Play Music All Access Service Takes On Spotify
- NVIDIA Debuts Project Shield Handheld Gaming System at CES (Updated)
- Windows Blue to Be Officially Called Windows 8.1; Will Be a Free Upgrade to Windows 8
- Nokia Announces Lumia 925
- Google Now Arrives on iPhone, iPad
- LG to Launch Smartphone with Flexible OLED Screen in Q4 2013
- Amazon Poised to Launch Own TV Set-Top Box?