Albatron Medusa GeForce 4 Ti4800SE
If you can recall, Nvidia's GeForce 4 Titanium series first started off with three different models, Ti4200, Ti4400, and Ti4600. Later on, as the PC world advanced, motherboards started supporting AGP 8X and shortly after Nvidia started to incorporate that specification into their current Titanium series of video cards. Nvidia's marketing department named these new products in a confusing way. Names that made some people think twice, but was just merely a marketing gimmick. These new models were dubbed Ti4800 and Ti4800SE.
News source: 3D news net
Here we are again with some Corsair memory in our hands to be put to the test. Our previous review of Corsair memory was completed almost 5 months ago and we looked at some DDR XMS3500. In that review, we concluded that Corsair had created extremely fast and capable memory aimed towards gamers and the overclocking crowd. Since the time we had review the XMS3500 Corsair has introduced a few more products to their line, the latest being their first watercooling product. Codenamed 'Hydrocool', Corsair is serious when they say their products are aimed towards enthusiasts and the crowd alike
News source: Explosive Labs
Microsoft's Bluetooth Wireless Optical Desktop
The Bluetooth Wireless Optical Desktop is the latest keyboard and mouse combination from Microsoft. Providing users with feature rich functionality and control options this Wireless desktop combination aims to provide both home and business users with the capabilities to work easy and play hard. Incorporating the latest in Wireless technology this desktop provides a greater freedom over previous Wireless desktops, which use the inferior inferred technology. Bluetooth is indeed the new age of Wireless freedom and with its range capabilities home users can especially enjoy this product with the luxury of being able to lounge about anywhere in their living room while working or playing their favourite games.
News source: Hardware Fusion