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The GeForce 7950 GX2 was the first retail HDCP ready chipset. Now that has been extended to the GeForce 7900 GT, with MSI being one of the first to introduce a revised version with HDCP support. Read on to find out what we feel about this latest overclocked GeForce 7900 GT 256MB.
Providing a remarkable entertainment showcase, users will fall in love with the new Toshiba Qosmio G30 as it also comes with a HD-DVD drive for HD-DVD movies.
Want to have a notebook that will withstand the wrath of Mother Nature and your occasional negligence? Then the Toughbook CF-18 is just the right notebook PC for you.
Intel's highly anticipated codename Conroe CPU has finally been released and we dive straight into an in-depth, head on performance review of the Core 2 Extreme and Core 2 Duo CPUs. The verdict? Simply amazing. If you think you can trust your eyes, then read on.
We've shown you the processor's monstrous performance, but that's just one highlight of the Core microarchitecture. Join us as we reveal to you more mind-boggling figures as we investigate the Core 2 processor's power consumption and heat output.
Dazzling visitors at this year's CES, Dell's mobile concept PC has made the leap to reality. This powerful and extremely substantial notebook is now available in retail, though at an equally hefty price. Join us as we try to reattach our jaws after spending time with the Dell XPS M2010.
The NIKON COOLPIX P3 is Nikon compact camera to receive the "VR" treatment. The big question in our mind now is how it would fare against other compact cameras with "anti-handshake" technology.
Included in Samsung's latest lineup at their annual roadshow was the world's smallest laser printer as well as a dazzling range of new monitors and notebooks. Their exclusive Q1 UMPC was also featured with a live demonstration. Join us as we bring you on a quick tour of the Samsung Roadshow 2006.
In an extremely saturated thumb-drive market, A-data introduces a range of innovative thumb-drives that will surely stand out among the crowd.
The first GeForce 7300 GT we saw from Gainward was very impressive and is perhaps misleading as to the general quality of the GeForce 7300 GT due to its aggressive clock speeds. Gigabyte's version is more modestly clocked and should be more representative of its class. Here's what we found out.