Items tagged with Altec Lansing

Altec Lansing has been cranking out speaker systems for years on end, and it doesn't look like that flow is slowing anytime soon. This week, they announced the ltra-portable Orbit USB Stereo (iML247), a USB powered speaker system engineered for the multimedia user who needs an on-the-go audio solution with plug and play functionality. It uses a unique compact design that interlocks two speakers and stows the cord. To use it, you just pull apart the drivers and connect it to a computer via USB.  Retractable stands let the user aim the sound in any direction, and since it's USB-powered, there's no battery or power outlet needed. On the flip side, no battery means that you'll have to have it... Read more...
Altec Lansing Announces the SUV of Its inMotion Line of Portable Speakers inMotion iM9 provides ideal companionship for your rugged adventures MILFORD, PA - Altec Lansing announces the newest addition to its inMotion family of portable audio products – the iM9, appropriately recognized as the SUV of portable iPod speakers. Its hardy shell and backpack-style carrying case allow users to keep up with the bumps and bruises of their active lifestyles. And, while the iM9 was designed to act as a rugged companion, it also was engineered to deliver a more powerful, richer sound experience in any environment. Lightweight and compact – about the size of a lunch box – the iM9 offers consumers... Read more...
Sapphire Radeon X300SE HyperMemory & Leadtek WinFast PX6200 TC TDH @ Bjorn3D: "To make a respectable profit in the video card industry, a company cannot rely on its flagship cards to bring in high margins. Instead, a graphics card company must produce mid-level and low-end cards that will sell in big lots to OEMs. That's where the big money is. Several months ago, ATI and NVIDIA decided to spice up the low-end segment with their HyperMemory and TurboCache technologies, respectively." AOpen i915GMm-HFS 915GM (Alviso) Desktop Pentium-M Platform @ GamePC Labs: "This is a unique product as it's the first desktop platform to merge the Pentium-M processor in a desktop platform with... Read more...
Good morning all!  Most of us in the States are at the beginning of a 3-day weekend.  While I know I look forward to it, I also welcome the extra time to work on a couple of sweet pieces of hardware. Speaking of hardware, AMDZone has the X850XT Platinum on tap, an impressive looking card.  Make sure you check out Marco's take on this card too. ATI Radeon X850XT Platinum Edition Review @ AMDZone: "As you can see the card is equipped with a copper heat sink and large red exhaust fan. The fan helps to reduce overall system temperature by drawing internal air over the heat sink and expelling it from the back of the computer. On the back of the card you will notice the metal band... Read more...
We've got an interesting line-up for you this AM.  First, an entry level 6200 that should appeal to those on a budget, while Altec Lansing and ECS deliver some treats of their own.  Check it! Today Beyond3D takes a look at NVIDIA's NV43 based (non-TurboCache) GeForce 6200: "Although the NV43 chip has 8 internal fragment (Pixel Shader) pipelines, the GeForce 6200 is designed to be an entry level part and as such as a reduced number of pipelines, down to 4. It would seem apparent that the 6200 configuration is primarily based on fall-out parts that don't operate in NV43's full 6600 configuration." Overclockers Online has posted its review of Altec Lansing MX-5021: "I've... Read more...
Hey gang, time for your Friday morning news update.  There's a lot going on today, so I will spare you my morning babble since the coffee hasn't kicked in yet.  Enjoy and have a great weekend!  Here it goes... Razer Viper Optical Mouse @ Bjorn3D: "Like a knight looking for his best sword the gamer is also in search of tools to make him the greatest there is. You have the CPU, the monitor, keyboard, and the latest video card....but where is the mouse? Well, Razer may have yet another answer to that question with the Viper optical mouse. How does this thing stack up to the hoardes of mice flooding the market? The people over at CrazyPC have been gracious enough to give me the... Read more...