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Sharky has posted the weekly CPU prices roundup. The general feeling is of levelling out - this is never bad news if you are buying. Click here for a little more detail than that.



We're linking to this because the sell was just too good to resist: "The Virtual Ink Mimio system is the sort of thing that I'd pay money for right after I decided I was Napoleon, and then ate my doormat." See? It had to be done. Go have a look and see what he is yabbering on about

here

.




One2Surf has put together a head-to-head contest between all the NVIDIA GeForce2 MX graphic cards out there. And why not. Want to bet which one will win? Go

here

to find out if you're psychic. [No, obviously not

really

.]




Dr Tom has posted an article about the mobile CPU mania currently sweeping through the hardware community. Follow

this link

to find out what the good Dr and his pals have to say about it all.




And finally, Anand and co. wonder whether the latest offering from Iwill, the WO2-R, manages to pull of the combination of an ATA100 IDE RAID controller and Intel's i815E chipset. Is this the perfect blend (akin to a cup of freshly roasted Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee) or a disaster of epic (and we are talking Tesco's* own brand instant coffee) proportions? Go

here

if you don't already know the answer. ®



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