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Sharp XR-20S

Sharp's entry in this review is a nonwidescreen projector with a native resolution of 800x600. It's based on DLP technology and is very bright and crisp and viewable in bright light conditions - perfect for boardroom presentations.

Asus My Cinema-P7131Dual

While ASUS is well-renowned for its top quality motherboards and graphics cards, it still has a lot of work to do until it can be considered an elite TV tuner card brand. Its new My Cinema-P7131Dual card doesn't stack up well against other cards we h...

Epson Stylus CX5700F

Epson is targeting its Stylus CX5700F multi-function inkjet printer at the home and small business markets. It's a 4-ink (with individual ink cartridges) printer with a flatbed scanner and a rear paper feed that accepts paper up to A4 size.

Buffalo AirStation MIMO WZR-G108

If you want to implement a far-reaching and speedy Wi-Fi network, a MIMO-capable (multiple-in, multiple-out antenna technology) router is currently your best option, and Buffalo's AirStation MIMO WZR-G108 is worth considering.

ASUS WL-566gM

Using the third generation of Airgo's True MIMO (multiple-in, multiple-out) chipset, Asus has laid claim to having the world's first 802.11g wireless router (for an ADSL or cable connection) that is faster at transferring data than a wired 10/100 Eth...

Leadtek PX7600GT TDH

Leadtek's new mid-range graphics card is based on NVIDIA's 7600GT processor, which has a clock speed of 560MHz, a memory speed of 1.4GHz and it can process 12 pixels per clock cycle.

Asus PW191

Asus is looking to differentiate itself with its 19in widescreen LCD monitor, the PW191. And the industrial design of the PW191 is definitely eye-catching: a black bezel surrounds the screen, while a silver base props it up, allowing it to swivel and...

HP Pavilion a1370a

The Pavilion a1370a may not be the fastest or best-featured system on the market for its price, but it is a nice home PC that is designed for multimedia activities and everyday computing tasks.

ASUS P5WD2-e premium

If you enjoy tinkering and getting the best performance from your hardware, then this premium board from ASUS will delight. It's based on Intel's 975X chipset and it natively supports DDR2 memory up to 800MHz - providing good headroom for overclockin...

HP Photosmart 3310

HP's Photosmart 3310 all-in-one device is a well-rounded imaging solution for the home - it can print, scan, copy and fax documents and it's very easy to use

PowerColor X1900XTX

As a powerful single-card solution, PowerColor's 512MB Radeon X1900XTX takes the fight right up to cards based on NVIDIA's goliath chip - the GeForce 7800GTX 512MB. Indeed, the X1900XTX chip is ATI's new top-of-the-line offering, replacing the X1800X...

ASRock 939SLI-ESATA2

ASRock's products generally find a sweet spot between price and features and the 939SLI-ESATA2 is no exception, even though it does feature a lesser-known chipset

Dell Dimension 5150

Even though it would void the warranty, this Dell looks like a prime candidate for overclocking. Behind the front panel of the BTX case is a gaping hole for maximum airflow.

Mitac Hades Gaming System

Enthusiastic gamers looking for a high-end system will appreciate Mitac's new offering, which is based on Intel's new dual-core Pentium D 930 CPU and Gigabyte's new and powerful Radeon X1900XTX graphics card.

ATI X1900XT Crossfire Edition

The long wait endured by ATI fans appears to be over. The manufacturer has released its CrossFire-ready Radeon X1900 chipset and shipped it in high volume.

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