HWRoundup There is hardware outside Las Vegas
not much, admittedly, but we found it
Other than Comdex it is kind of quiet at the moment, isn't it? Obviously we at El Reg are out there doing the Vulture thang in Las Vegas. Or at least, our Andrew Orlowski is out there. He's managed to score an interview with Mr. Penguin Head himself, Linus Torvalds. More on that at it arrives.
So, turning to other themes, what else is out there today?
When looking for reasons not to write off the KT133, there can be few as compelling as the "new wave" of boards coming out based on it. According to Anand's mate Henry anyway. Well, he takes a look at the AZ11E Socket-A KT133 (686B) ATX from FIC here. Loads to get your teeth into here, so go check it out.
Those reliable fellas at JSI Hardware have put together a guide to the Duron. Click here to see what they've said about it. It's kind of a stroll down memory lane and makes me think of the summer so have a look.
If you are putting together a network at home, you might get something out of this. 3D Hardware's put together a roundup of routers. Like that alliteration. So, click here to find out where to splash your cash.
Rolotech asks: "Why can't you get a system board that's stable, fast and overclockable - all for a good price?" Why indeed. Well, fortunately for us, as well as asking the question, Roland devoted some time to answering it. The point being, he reviewed the DFI AK74-SC (very nearly a big gun then) here. ®
So, that will have to do from dreary old London today. If you still feel the need for reviews and so on, just rummage around in the archives. We promise a fair price on second hand articles. See ya tomorrow!