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The IT Network, the British-based product comparison database, is turning over its features and reviews-commissioning to the readers. If you want "in-depth analysis of today's IT issues, or a review of cutting-edge hardware or software", all you have to do is email editor Craig Hinton, and the IT Network team will "endeavour to have your Product Spotlight or Business Solution on IT Network.com within two weeks". This is either very ambitious or very stupid. Give it a twirl and see if it can deliver promise to supply content-on-demand. The IT Network is worth checking out from time to time for its hardware reviews. Former PCW spannerhead Ajith Ram gets stuck into the Nvidia TNT2-powered Guillemot Xentor 32 Graphics card. And he likes it. But, he cautions, graphics technology "moves at a feverish pace. Although the TNT2 chipset is still quite new, it will soon be replaced at the high-end of the market by Nvidia's own GeForce256 chipset. Therefore, if you require "cutting edge performance, it is better to adopt the successor. The full review is here.

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