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Motherboards and Chipsets: ECS A790GXM-A Review @ OCC ECS GF9300T-A Review @ OCCProcessors: Intel Core i7-965 Extreme Edition Processor @ BmRMemory and Storage: Patriot Viper PC3-16000 4GB Memory Kit Review @ HardwareLogicPower: Chill Innovation CP-700M PSU @ DriverHeaven Asus U-75HA 750W Power Supply @ CPU3DSystems: HP 2133 Mini-Note PC @ InsideHW CyberPower Black Pearl Core i7 965 EE Gaming System @ Tweaktown Gateway MC7803u Laptop Review @ Digital Trends Asus Eee PC 1000H (160GB HD) @ DriverHeaven Smooth Creations Hellcat Core i7 965 EE Gaming System @ TweaktownCases, Cooling & Misc.: OCZ... Read more...
NETGEAR’s Award-Winning Powerline Adapters for HD and Multimedia Streaming Now Available Innovative Powerline Devices Offer Consumers 200 Mbps Speeds with Broad Options in Technical Design SAN JOSE, Calif. – November 17, 2008 –NETGEAR®, Inc. (NASDAQGM: NTGR), a worldwide provider of technologically innovative, branded networking solutions, today announced the general availability of its latest powerline adapters for turning electrical power outlets into high-speed Internet and home network connections. Fast enough to stream high-definition video, the award-winning Powerline HD Plus Ethernet... Read more...
After a quick search of Newegg’s site, we’ve found that Intel’s trio of initial Core i7 processors and an array of X58 Express chipset-based motherboards have been made available, just shy of two weeks since our launch article hit the web. The Core i7 920 (2.66GHz), 940 (2.93GHz) and Core i7 Extreme 965 (3.2GHz) are all selling for a small premium at the moment--$319, $599, and 1069, respectively—but the X58 motherboards are priced right in line with expectations. MSI’s offering is the least expensive at the moment at about $220, and ASUS’ flagship Rampage II Extreme is currently the most expensive... Read more...
Video:Zotac AMP Graphics Card Round Up @ Virtual-HideoutProcessors:Intel Core i7-965 Extreme Edition Processor Review @ TechARPMemory and Storage:Samsung Super-WriteMaster 22x DVD Burner SH-S223Q Review and Comparison @ TestFreaks.comSystems:Lenovo IdeaPad S10 10.2-inch Laptop Review @ ThinkComputers.orgCases, Cooling & Misc.:Logitech X-240 Review @ ModitoryLeapfrog Didj Learning System Review @ I4ULogitech Keyboards @ InsideHWLogitech PlayGear Pocket Slim @ TestFreaks.com... Read more...
Video:XFX GeForce 9800 GTX+ Black Edition 512MB video card review @ Elite BastardsViewsonic's VLED221wm 22" widescreen LCD monitor @ bit-techSapphire Radeon HD 4550 @ Modders-IncPalit 9800GTX+ Review @ OCCASUS EAH3870 X2 Top/G/3DHTI/1G/A Radeon HD 3870 X2 Videocard @ PCStatsMSI R4870 T21G ATI Radeon HD 4870 1GB Review @ MotherboardsMotherboards and Chipsets:ASUS Rampage II Extreme X58 Motherboard Review - Ultimate Enthusiast Platform @ PC PerspectiveMemory and Storage:G.Skill F2-6400CL4D-4GPI-B DDR2 Memory Review @ Virtual-HideoutCorsair Dominator Tri-Channel DDR3-1600 6Gb Kit @ CPU3DSans Digital... Read more...
The Classics Deserve First-class Treatment ASUS Announces Xonar Essence STX PCI-e Audio Card with 124dB SNR Audio and Built-in Headphone Amplifier for Extraordinary Audio Performance Taipei, Taiwan, November 12, 2008 – Aimed as the culmination of searching for the very essence of sound, the new ASUS Xonar Essence STX range of audio cards delivers the purest, cleanest audio to offer users the ultimate audio experience ever from a sound card. Equipped with carefully-selected components, and ASUS’ exclusive Hyper-grounding and EMI Shield design, the Xonar Essence STX is capable of achieving an industry-leading... Read more...
It was really annoying, despite all the snazziness of the iPhone 3G, that it didn't include a voice dial application built-into the OS. After all, most of the smartphones we had been using of late (mostly Windows Mobile) had voice dialing built-in.And while some never use voice dialing, in reality, for safety reasons, voice dialing is the only way to go --- at least while driving. And sometimes, for legal reasons, too, if the state you are in requires a hands-free setup while driving. If a cop catches you holding up your cell phone to dial, he may feel you are violating the hands-free law.When... Read more...
We’re starting to see more and more smartphones with built-in GPS capabilities these days. Now, thanks to Pharos, we have two more options. But new phones aren’t the only new thing from Pharos: The company recently introduced its new Smart Navigator software in addition to two new unlocked GPS smartphones running Windows Mobile. The new Pharos Traveler 117 and 127 are the first phones from Pharos to incorporate Pharos Smart Navigator, a new hybrid navigational product that was designed specifically for Microsoft Windows Mobile devices. Smart Navigator combines navigation software with real-time... Read more...
VMware Enables Project Management Institute to Deploy Virtualized Application Platform for Production and Development Environments. Organization Credits VMware Infrastructure with Helping Deliver Seven-Figure Cost Savings, Migrates Entire Datacenter in Real Time with VMware VMotionVMware, Inc., the global leader in virtualization solutions from the desktop to the datacenter, today announced that the Project Management Institute (PMI), the leading advocate for the project management professional globally, has deployed VMware’s industry-leading management and virtualization platform, VMware Infrastructure,... Read more...
The Wii Fit is all the rage these days. Selling like hotcakes, it was only a matter of time before another company tried their hand at virtual fitness. The first up to the plate is video game giant Electronic Arts. EA has unveiled its take on fitness. Unlike the "eastern" oriented Wii Fit, which focuses on balance and stretching, this "western" styled fitness game takes a more cardiovascular approach to fitness.  EA Sports President Peter Moore has geared the game towards women, especially mothers, and aims to give people a more strenuous workout by distracting them with the fun of video games,... Read more...
There's a lot more to history and archeology than just uncovering the past. Sometimes recreating the past in our present time is the best way to understand how people lived thousands of years ago. One such project, the Rome Reborn project of the University of Virginia's Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, seeks to digitally rebuild the city of Rome "as it might have appeared at the height of its urban development in the time of Constantine the Great in A.D. 320."The first version of the Rome Reborn project was ten years in the making and was completed only last year. It included... Read more...
Video:Palit Radeon 4870 Sonic Dual Edition CrossfireX @ TechwareLabsSapphire Radeon HD4550 512MB Review @ Overclockers OnlineMotherboards and Chipsets:ASRock 780FullHD Review @ AMDZoneAsus M3A79-T Deluxe @ NeoseekerProcessors:Intel Core i7 Overclocking @ t-breakMemory and Storage:Mushkin HP3 10666 2x2GB Review @ OCCEagle Tech iNeo NA305J Review @ FusionMods.NetCorsair Flash Voyagermini 8GB Review @ Overclockers OnlineSystems:Smooth Creations LAN Shark Gaming System @ TweaktownSmoothCreations LanShark Pro Customized Gaming System Reviewed @ TheTechLoungeApple MacBook Pro 2008 Video Review @ Digital... Read more...
Kudos to the folks over at the independent product warranty company, SquareTrade, for not just offering warranties beyond that of merchants and manufacturers, but for also actually analyzing the failure rate data from over 15,000 new cell phones they covered. Their recent analysis, which is available as a PDF report here, compares the failure rates of iPhone, Blackberry, and Treo handsets, and found that the iPhone was the hardiest one of them all. Within the first 12 months of ownership, SquareTrade saw a 5.6-percent malfunction rate with iPhones. Blackberry handsets saw more than twice as many... Read more...
Generally speaking, many travelers, especially business travelers, are somewhat tech savvy. To cater to this audience, some hotels are teaming with tech companies to keep pace with their gadget-obsessed guests.Sheraton, for example, teamed with Microsoft to create its new Link@Sheraton lounges where guests can surf the Internet, email loved ones, review local favorite attractions, and print boarding passes. The PCs in these lounges have Web cams and Microsoft applications that walk guests through recording and sending a video clip. In turn, Microsoft hopes to encourage users to try a task they... Read more...
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