With TO gone North for Buffalo Bill, I got good feeling about ‘em Cowboys winning this year, and guess what would be the coolest gear for tailgating? (if I manage to pay for Jones’s new stadium) The one-of-the-kind fully mobile sound system built entirely on a wheeled chest cooler – a 700-watt BoomCooler -- with built-in Sony’s Xplod goodies.
In a collaborate effort, iBUYPOWER teams up with Tiger Direct to launch the new Gamer Power 906 -- Intel Core 2 Quad Q8300 Processor, 4GB DDR-2 RAM, Nvidia 9600GT1GB GPU, 500GB SATA storage and 600-watt PSU -- a performance system with enough juice to crank graphic intensive games without breaking the bank.
Samsung have announced mass production of a cheaper LCD panel, however it won't make much difference to the HDTVs on offer at your local Best Buy. The economical LCD panel is built upon the company's new Basic Digital Information Display (B-DID) technology, and is intended exclusively for digital signage, advertising and information boards.
There’s more reason than ever to get you some green technology tomorrow (March 17th). It's St Patrick’s day and D-link is throwing a 10% discount on company’s green products lineup from switchers, routers to storage enclosures.
The offering will last one day only from local computer retailers to Dlink’s solution providers and distributors. If you can’t locate one locally, the markdown is already online on company’s store, and the web savings will last longer until the 20th.
Not everyone in need of an AV receiver or high end separate audio/video components, the value-pack Home-Theater-in-a-Box has its niche market for an entry-level Home Theater entertainment in a living room. Last Week, Onkyo unveiled the world’s first AV receiver with all new Dobly ProLogic IIZ sound effect, today, they are back with a pair of basic HTiBs – 5.1 channels HT-S3200 and 7.1 channels HT-S5200.
I bet you 10 bucks you wouldn’t have guessed the RedMere's MagnifEye technology have nothing to do with optics or still images application, but an embedded silicon chip in HDMI cables. Apparently the Irish have odd way to name their silicon goody, but for some reasons, Monster Cables dig it and has announced partnership to collaborate a smart and ultra-thin profile active HDMI cables.
Consumers are seeking out more green and power-saving products, and frankly, there aren’t any different in IT industry. Hitachi new optical active cables solution, promised to cut cost by reducing power consumption while increase productivity, is the exactly what the IT, data communication and telecommunication industries are looking for right now.