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Back in May, HP announced availability of a Wi-Fi enabled mouse, targeted at mobile users. The aptly named HP Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse uses a systems’ Wi-Fi controller as its interface, eliminating the need to plug in a dedicated USB transceiver dongle. On USB starved notebooks, not having to plug in a dongle means freeing up a valuable port and not having to carry around (and potentially lose) another piece of hardware. If you didn’t see the original announcement, we’ve got a short video posted above that goes over some of the specifics and have the HP Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse’s main... Read more...
JCal from FiringSquad had some time to sit down with the official demo from 3D Realms' upcoming game Prey. The game is coming along nicely and runs well on a 2.2GHz P4 & GeForce 6800. The article is light on spoilers so don't be afraid to read. "This article will give you some impressions of the single player demo along with what is contained in the multiplayer portion as well (two deathmatch-team deathmatch levels will also be included). Since everyone else will get to play this demo very soon I will not be giving away everything... Read more...
If you're craving for more Oblivion (XBox 360) content, you may or may not be happy to know that Bethesda has released a new quest which can be purchased for 150 with their online service. Bethesda has been trying out the pay for content concept since Oblivion's release, and has been met with a fair amount of criticism. "Now that the Orrery is functional, you are given special powers based on the phases of the moon. Make sure it is night time and activate the control panel. A message will appear stating that you now have a new power. Powers are accessed from the Greater Power section of... Read more...
  SiS Xabre 600: Impressions The GPU That Scales With Your Processor By: Chris Angelini November 26, 2002 There isn't much room for error in the graphics market - just ask someone who worked at 3dfx.  The current landscape is fairly barren for gaming enthusiasts, save the recent success ATI is enjoying and NVIDIA's GeForce FX announcement, which will hopefully yield actual product sometime in February.  Conversely, there is a lot more action taking place in the mainstream, where volume is the name of the game.  NVIDIA has been busy revamping the GeForce4 MX 440 and Ti 4200 cards... Read more...