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HWRoundup It's got the midas touch

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Motherboards, Intel and Asus. It can only be the P4T i850 motherboard, from Asus, for the P4. Sharky checks it out here. He reckons Asus has the Midas touch, so its bound to be scorcher.



Gadget combining is proving to be a popular pastime in R&D labs these days. If you like a two-for-one gizmo then have a look at Tech-Review's

thoughts

on the mobile phone/MP3 player from Samsung. Is the mere fact that people can do this reason enough to do it? In this case the answer is a qualified yes.




If I say to you: AMD, 1.2GHz with DDR memory, would you be interested? If you are have a look at

here

where Dan and his data have got the lowdown.




Dr Tom and his gang get down and dirty with the OpenGL Turbobooster - Diamond's FireGL2 workstation graphics card. Can anyone challenge the might of Nvidia? Well, if this is anything to go by, the gaming giant may find itself with a bit of a fight on its hands. Go

here

to read the rest. ®



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