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The Jabra SP500 is a portable Bluetooth speakerphone ideal for use in the car, office, and home. With its functionality and design, the Jabra SP500 is perfectly poised for stylish wireless communication.
A dual-slot NVIDIA graphics card with 512MB of DDR3 memory and an overclocked core that's running at 550MHz. Is this really a GeForce 7900 GT? Well, it still is, albeit Palit's special Sonic version of a GeForce 7900 GT. Read on as we find out if it's as fast as its name.
ASUS takes no prisoners with their new M2N32-SLI Deluxe Socket AM2 motherboard. Based on NVIDIA's nForce 590 SLI, it has been designed for the hardcore enthusiast with souped up cooling and great overclockability. We've shown you a preview before, but here is the full review. Read on.
HDMI finally comes to the PC, with this early look at a prototype of the PowerColor Radeon X1600 HDMI.
Part 5 is a rather meaty one. Memory manufacturers A-Data, Geil and Twinmos are in and we have sneak peeks at DDR3. ATI and NVIDIA have their own agendas and we also looked at CMC Magnetics, Ritek, Toshiba, Global WIN, Transcend, Promise, SuperMicro as well as XFX. Enjoy.
Part 7 of our exhaustive Computex 2006 Taipei coverage sees us shifting our coverage forcus temporarily from motherboards, memory modules to more light-hearted products such as powerful PSUs, extraordinary computer chassis, and exotic cooling modules.
In part 6 of Hardware Zone's annual Computex Taipei coverage, we bring you goodies from ABIT, AMD, Apacer, ASRock, E-TEN, HIS, Kingmax, Palit, KYE (or otherwise known as the brand Genius), Leadtek, Shuttle and Thecus.
For the final part of our Computex Taipei 2006 coverage, we bring you news from Albatron, Compro, ECS, Intel, PowerColor and a whole section dedicated to the beauties of Computex. Have fun.
We were absolutely unable to resist taking a First Look at this uniquely designed portable speaker system that comes with a sub-woofer. As the saying goes...behind every successful speaker is a sub-woofer...
Computex Taipei 2006 continues and we'll be looking at what's happening with Gigabyte, EPoX, SiS and VIA this time round. There is also more from ASUS, more details of Foxconn's CPU coolers in the pipeline and some interesting items from Zalman other than those round coolers.