Tuesday, November 11, 2003
Daily mailbox: I4U, MetkuMods, 3DCenter, TweakTown, Designtechnica, TechConnect, OCW, Tweaknews — Cormac @ 14:29
I4U News: New Sony 20GB Personal Video Player PCVA-HVP20
"The Sony Giga Pocket features a 3.5" Color Display and a 20GB Hard-Drive that can carry 31 hours of video material. The built-in batteries hold for 4 hours continous playback. The Videos are uploaded via USB2.0. The PCVA-HVP20 can play AVI, WMA, MPEG1 and MPEG2. The Sony hand-held Video player measures 84x120x28mm and weighs 300g. The Sony PCVA-HVP20 will hit the japanese market on November 22nd. "
Read more at I4U.
XBOX CombiCable mod @ MetkuMods
"Want to use XBOX game controller when playing games on PC? If the answer was yes, keep on reading. I´ll show you one of the most popular XBOX mods, well actually two of them in this one article."
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VIA PT880 DualChannel DDR400 Chipset @ 3DCenter.org
"We here at Hard Tecs 4U take a world-exclusive look at the VIA PT880 chipset on the VIA VT5798B reference motherboard, the first VIA chipset featuring a Dual Channel DDR400 memory controller, and checked its performance against Intel´s i875P High-End chipset."
Gizmos, Gadgets and Goodies Guide #4 @ TweakTown
"It´s time for our forth Gizmos, Gadgets and Goodies Guide where we look at new and funky products from Everglide, Antec, Memory.com, Kore Computers, ThermalTake and TekGems."
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HP Business Inkjet 1100d printer review @ Designtechnica
"The HP 1100d is a great product and would fit the bill perfectly for a small business environment. Its ability to handle text, graphics and photos with speed and quality also make a nice fit into the home office market. Medium to large businesses would find it less than desirable when compared to color laser printers. While setup of the printer was easy as an experienced user, the inexperienced may have difficulty if the setup poster and getting started guide isn´t enough as there is little troubleshooting information or day-to-day usage information provided. To keep things in perspective, it is a $199 printer and at that price has a ton of features."
Read more at Designtechnica.
TechConnect reviews the Multi-Tech MVP130 VOIP Gateway
"The Multi-Tech MVP130 proves the IP based networks have emerged as cost-effective alternatives to the public switched telephone network (PSTN). This new generation of Internet telephony systems is based on gateways that connect to TCP/IP frame relay networks. Any company that maintains broadband connection to the Internet, or a private Intranet, can set up a VoIP gateway on the network just like an e-mail or web server."
Read more at TechConnect.
OCW Review : Powercolor Radeon 9800XT
"Are you looking for the one of the better priced Radeon 9800XT. The Powercolor 9800XT is one of the earliest to launch their Radeon 9800XT. In terms on overclocking, this card has good potential as it boosts some benchmarks up to 10% of normal core/mem setting."
Read more at OCW.
VIA EPIA CL10000 Mini-ITX Motherboard Review @ Tweaknews.net
"VIA´s latest EPIA offering is an excellent office alternative to the the multimedia HTPC targeted M10000. With the digital audio and video removed and an additional LAN and two USB 2.0 ports added, the CL10000 has every feature and enough power needed for an inexpensive file server, firewall or corporate office PC."
Read more at Tweaknews.
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