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Its not X86, but who cares?
NVIDIA is releasing its new "system on a chip" product which promises to bring industry leading visual performance to handheld and mobile internet devices. Utilizing an Arm 11 processor to power the chip, NVIDIA has added a fully functional graphics part with 3D and video encode/decode functionality. The combination is one that NVIDIA hopes will lead the mobile revolution once 3G hits the streets en masse.
Introduction and Features
Asus' Xonar line of audio cards has been available for a while now, but recently has seen some expansion into external and PCI Express formats. Come in and see how the Xonar line compares to the top-dog Creative X-Fi.
PCMark Vantage Overview
The PCMark suite of benchmarks has become a staple in our selection of tests for processors, motherboards as well as other PC components and the Futuremark group has just released the first major update to it since the release of PCMark05. Come see how the latest CPUs from Intel and AMD stack up in this new benchmark!
The newest iteration of BigFoot Networks' Killer NIC card is the K1. It offers the same gaming network performance enhancements as well as support for the intriguing FNApps feature. But is the price low enough for gamers to upgrade to this new network card?
The OCZ Equalizer Mice
The OCZ Equalizer mouse attempts to gain an edge for enthusiasts with super high laser resolutions and a new 'triple threat' button that fires three times with one click!
Want to see what the installation of Windows Vista might be on your system with an upgrade or clean install? Our pictorial article will walk you through it!
Introduction and Packaging
Logitech aims to solve our remote control infestation with the sleek Harmony 880 Advanced Universal Remote. We dig into this device and find that there's a lot of potential, even outside of your traditional livingroom!
The Killer NIC card promises lower ping times and higher frame rates in your online games. Can it live up to its own hype?
A Good Year for Geeks
With the Holidays quickly approaching, we give you some tech tips to help you last minute shoppers find the perfect gift for the geek in all of us!
Introduction and Skype
Skype has become an phenomenom providing free phone calls to users across the globe. There are keyboards with built-in Skype functionality and now you can find telephone handsets that work with Skype to allow calls away from your computer, this Asus AiGuru S1 Skype phone one of them.
Introduction & Specs
Diamond Multimedia lets loose with an affordable sound card featuring Dolby Digital Live. We put it through games, subjective listening, and even CPU scaling to see how it stacks up to today's competition.
The Reader's Have Their Voice
The PC Perspective 2005 Reader's Choice Awards voting is over, and now the winners can be crowned. Take a peak inside to see who won the titles of best CPU, GPU, chipset and much more for the past year.
The Sound Blaster X-Fi is marketed as a sound card for the future, but does that mean you should buy one now? We go beyond frame rates to give you a different perspective on Creative Lab's latest sound card.
Update Nov 3rd, 2005: NF4 and X-Fi seem to have some compatibility issues.
Stuck for gift ideas this upcoming Holiday? Come take a look at some of our suggestions and get your shopping done early!
Altec Lansing unleashes some impressive sound in an elegant 2.1 speaker package. The MX5021 is sure to please with some nice looks and a great set of features including THX certification.
The Gyration Ultra GT mouse can be used in the air without a surface. Sound incredible? Read on and find out if this device performs as advertised.
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