Wednesday, August 27, 2003
Daily mailbox: I4U, myWORLD Hardware, HardwareZone, EOC, Tweaknews — Cormac @ 15:04
I4U News: DISPY a new CD-RW and Memory Card Reader Gadget
"Japanese Company Greenhouse offers a CD-ROM Card Reader Combination Device named DISPY (Digital Storage Easy Copy).
Those Storage Card Reader/CD-R/RW devices gain popularity. We reported recently about the Fotobar, a similar product.
The GH-DISPY24 supports the following CD formats: CD-DA, CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA, Phito-CD (for multi-session), Video CD, CD Extra, CD TEXT, CD-R, CD-RW, and High-speed-RW.
On the memory card side of things it supports: Memory stick and SD memory card, compact flash Type I/II, Smart Media, multimedia card, and micro drive. We did not see those devices hit the US market yet."
Read more at I4U.
ViewSonic V35 PDA Reviewed @ myWORLD Hardware
"PDAs are getting cheaper these days and it follows the same growing trend of mobile phones. This time around, we are going to review a Pocket PC PDA from ViewSonic. As we all know, ViewSonic is popular for its display products particularly monitors. Recently, ViewSonic has moved forward to diversify their product lines into Tablet PCs and PDA. Currently they have 3 PDAs as we speak and we are going to look at their first model that has just arrived in our Malaysian shores recently."
Read more at myWORLD Hardware.
HWZ review: MSI FX5200-TDR128 graphics card
"Overall, we find the GeForce FX 5200 products only worthwhile if you are upgrading from very old graphics hardware such as the GeForce2 MX or older and simply require a modern graphics card for general usage. The MSI FX5200-TDR128 as a product is excellent, but given the low-end performance nature of the FX 5200 GPU, and the importance of pricing for this segment, we could only justify awarding it 4 out 5 stars."
Read more at HardwareZone.
GeIL Golden Dragon PC3700 DDR RAM @ EOC
"GeIL has been around in the US for almost a year now supplying some of the fastest memory in the market. As new chipsets come out the company always seems to produce even faster memory before most of the other manufacturers do. In the past we have had great luck overclocking memory from GeIL. The modules have generally held up well under high voltages and extreme speeds. For awhile, they produced some of the fastest memory we have ever tested."
Read more at EOC.
Abit IC7-G Max II Advance Canterwood Motherboard Review @ Tweaknews.net
"I can sum up this product in one quote, "Problem-free overclocker.". The IC7-G has been nothing but an absolute delight to use, tweak and overclock. With performance numbers that rank up in the top of the class, the IC7-G contains a solution for every other problem I have faced on other manufacturer´s canterwoods."
Read more at Tweaknews.
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