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ASUS introduces the ASUS-Lamborghini VX1 Notebook at the 2006 Concorso Italiano Stunning Notebook Makes It's US Debut August 18th Fremont, California, August 14, 2006 - ASUS Computer International, a leading provider of high quality notebooks... Read more...
Brent from [H] has taken a look at one of the few factory-overclocked Radeon X1900 XTX cards currently available, the liquid cooled Sappire Toxic Radeon X1900 XTX. We took a look at this card back in April when Sapphire was still calling it the "Blizzard".  We ended up being impressed by the card... Read more...
What do you think is the greatest piece of software every written?  That's probably not a question that comes up very often, but it is an interesting one to ponder.  Personally, I wouldn't even know where to begin.  Charles... Read more...
The GeForce 7900 GS is nothing new, but it hasn't been available in the retail market since its birth. According to HKEPC Hardware, Nvidia will be changing the situation by releasing the 7900 GS for around $179-$199. The GeForce 7900 GS is equipped with 20 Pixel Shader Pipeline, 7 Vertex Shader... Read more...
The folks at HardwareZone have taken Intel's current flagship Core 2 Extreme X6800 processor, and run it through a battery of benchmarks while overclocked to 3.33GHz using a 1333MHz front side bus frequency, and while overclocked to 3.6GHz... Read more...
DriverHeaven has just posted an interview with Dave Orton, CEO of ATI, regarding ATI's future and the merger with AMD.  Good information here, directly from one of the main men involved. We've also had a number of question answered directly from AMD in our Q&A, right here.... Read more...
One thing hardware enthusiasts love is customizability. We want our computers to be different, to stand out from the crowd of boring OEM boxes, and to be personal. We love customizing our computers so much that many of us spend days, weeks, months... Read more...
Hello Everyone. We've just posted an article at HotHardware.com detailing the process of assembling a Centrino Duo Whitebook. We give plenty of background information regarding the different platforms and discuss the pros and cons of the DIY... Read more...
First it was AMD and ATI, and now it's Asus and Gigabyte. Actually, the deal between Asus and Gigabyte is quite different. Whereas AMD is merging with ATI, Asus and Gigabyte are forming more of a strategic partnership.  More details of the deal are on-line in this interview posted at Tweaktown.... Read more...
DigiTimes reports that the highly publicized AMD notebooks which will be brought to market by Dell later this year will in fact be equipped with ATI graphics chipsets. At this time, it is not known how much influence AMD's recent acquisition of... Read more...
The University of California has struck a deal with Google in which Google will scan several million of the 34 million titles that UC has in its libraries. UC is just the latest addition to the vast amount of support Google has obtained for its ambitious "Google Books" project. High profile schools and... Read more...
Better than the D70s but not quite on par with the D200s, the Nikon D80 Digital SLR camera is Nikon's next hope for the mid-range market. If you're looking to get yourself into amateur photography and need a good camera to start with, the... Read more...
Their prices may be higher and market-share may be relatively low, but one this is for certain -- Apple knows how to design some slick looking hardware. The crew at Ars Technica was lucky enough to get their hands on one of the new Mac Pros.  Powerful system for sure, but Ars had a couple of issues with... Read more...
America Online has been making some BIG changes in the way they do business as of recent. AOL has previously announced that its services would be available to broadband users at no cost, and now AOL is giving the details on offering free... Read more...
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