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AMDZone has just posted a review of Leadtek's Winfast Novo USB TV Tuner. This little box offers a ton of PVR functionality, and connects to a system through a standard USB port. This is a nice, simple upgrade for those who want to add TV tuning capabilities to their PC. ... Read more...
Eurocom Launches 19-inch Supernotebook with Dual-VGA NVIDIA GeForce Go7800GTX Graphics and 64-bit AMD Turion64 Eurocom Corporation, a leader in the Desktop Replacement notebook technology since 1989, is launching a fully upgradeable Mobile Workstation Supernotebook featuring a 19-inch display, 64-bit AMD Turion64... Read more...
If you're in the market for a powerful AGP graphics card, Motherboards.org has something on tap you'll want to check out. They've just posted a review of XFX's GeForce 7800 GS Extreme Edition. It's one of the fastest and most feature rich AGP graphics cards available. ... Read more...
The staff at Widescreengamer.com is discussing something that would drive me absolutely insane. It seems that Dell's 2005FPW is exhibiting some sort of screen burn in some usage scenarios. Luckily, the problem doesn't seem to be permanent. "WidescreenGamer.com... Read more...
Is Intel still at the front lines of processor technology, or are they just merely playing game of "me too!"? It's still too early to tell how well their next line of CPUs will perform, but for now, FiringSquad isn't holding anything back on their opinion of Intel's current state, and their... Read more...
The Walt Disney Company, Cisco Systems and Intel Corporation Invest in MovieBeam INC. New Digital Entertainment Venture Launches with $48.5 Million in Series A Financing Burbank, Calif., San Jose, Calif. and Santa Clara, Calif., February 14, 2006... Read more...
Dave from Beyond3D just sent word that he's posted an article detailing the video quality improvements and performance of ATI's recent driver updates for the X1000 series. Just by experimenting with HQV and a number of HD videos, the improvements are obvious. ATI is back on the ball. ... Read more...
Intel Core Duo Delivered to Embedded Market SANTA CLARA, Calif., Feb. 14, 2006 – Intel Corporation today provided extended lifecycle support for the Intel Core Duo processor used by developers of embedded solutions, such as industrial control... Read more...
Now that we have motherboards that offer two PCI-E x16 slots, is it worth getting one, or is it just overkill at the moment? Do today's top graphics cards require that much bandwidth? Maybe, but to test this theory, the folks over at t-break put two 7800GTX up to the challenge. Is it time for an upgrade?"Today... Read more...
SiS Supports AMD Digital Media Vision With Advanced Chipsets For "AMD LIVE!™" Consumer Brand February 14th, 2006 – Taipei – Silicon Integrated Systems (SiS) announced today the development of SiS chipsets in cooperation... Read more...
Corsair Launches 667MHz DDR2 SO-DIMM Memory for the New Intel Centrino Mobile Designed for the latest generation of notebooks, Corsair brings new build and upgrade options to consumers seeking maximum performance in SO-DIMM memory Fremont, CA... Read more...
OK folks, here's a fun one for you.  Dave and I were just chatting and he pointed out something on ATI's All-In-Wonder Radeon X1900 box that looks, shall we say, peculiar?  I'm not going to taint your opinion by telling you what we think... Read more...
Some interesting reading over at FiringSquad today regarding HDCP and the current level of support for the technology offered by ATI and NVIDIA.  HDCP support has been listed in both company's GPU specification for years, but did you know there is virtually no board level support for HDCP at this time?"HDCP... Read more...
Taking quality photos in a low light setting can be difficult, especially if you're trying to take them in the middle of the night. It's possible though, and while you do need a decent camera for nighttime photos, there are a few tricks you can use... Read more...
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