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BenQ XL2410T 23-Inch LED Gaming Monitor Announced

BenQ XL2410T 23-Inch LED Gaming Monitor Announced

For PC gamers, spending money to get the best rig possible is all part of the game, and the adventure. Building your dream machine is the ultimate goal, and companies all over the world want to take part in your endeavor, by offering you the latest and greatest in technology. BenQ has just announced their latest effort in the display market, by unveiling their XL2410T 23-inch gaming monitor, with plenty of features packed in to make any PC gamer drool.

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HTC Media Link wireless DLNA adapter due Q4

HTC Media Link wireless DLNA adapter due Q4

It fell through the cracks a little at HTC's press event earlier - two new uberphones like the Desire HD and Desire Z will have that effect - but we're quietly excited about the upcoming HTC Media Link wireless DLNA streaming adapter.  Introduced as part of the company's new Sense evolution, the compact box works with the two new handsets and allows you to stream media to TVs that lack integrated DLNA support.

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MSI CR420 Notebook Introduced, Features Intel’s Wireless Display Technology

MSI CR420 Notebook Introduced, Features Intel’s Wireless Display Technology

MSI has chosen to take the time and revise a member of their Classic notebook line-up. The CR420 has been introduced with a whole suite of new features, and with its 14-inch display, we can see this one definitely piquing the interest of someone in the notebook market, searching out their next purchase. But, most noteworthy of all, is the inclusion of Intel's Wireless Display, or WiDi.

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RAmos W9 Android 2.x slate packs HDMI

RAmos W9 Android 2.x slate packs HDMI

The approaching onslaught of Android tablets continues apace, with the RAmos W9 tipping its hand in the shape of some engineering prototypes.  PC Online grabbed some playtime with the 7-inch Android 2.x slate - which will take on not only the iPad but Samsung's Galaxy Tab - and confirm that it will run one of Rockchip's newer, faster processors (tipped to be the 1GHz RK2818).

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ViewSonic MB-P702 PMP/ereader surprises by not being a tablet

ViewSonic MB-P702 PMP/ereader surprises by not being a tablet

We'll admit, we were so intrigued by ViewSonic's ViewPad 7 and ViewPad 100 last week, we didn't spot their MB-P702 PMP/ereader at the booth.  According to imp3, the 7-inch slate may look like yet another tablet, but actually it's a whole lot more focussed than the similarly-sized ViewPad 7.  No Android, no web browsing or Google Maps; just 1080p HD video playback with an HDMI output.

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MSI WindBox III fanless nettop dumps Atom for Core 2 Duo

MSI WindBox III fanless nettop dumps Atom for Core 2 Duo

MSI has unveiled the latest version of its WindBox nettop PC, the MSI WindBox III.  Unlike Atom-based nettops, the WindBox III uses an Intel Core 2 Duo paired with the GS45 Express chipset, and is capable of up to 1080p HD video with an HDMI output.  However it also manages to be fanless, and is still slender enough to be fixed behind your LCD display using the VESA mount.

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Thanko HDDV-506 Camcorder Features Swivel Lens

Thanko HDDV-506 Camcorder Features Swivel Lens

Fortunately for cameras and camcorders out there, the price tag doesn't necessarily mean you're getting terrible features, if you're not finding yourself paying a month's paycheck in one sitting. For example, while it may not be the most attractive, or have plenty of features that may shove it to the top of the hill, but it's not terrible, either. Plus, it's got a swiveling lens -- how cool is that, right?

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IN Media !ROFL adds Android to IP set top box

IN Media !ROFL adds Android to IP set top box

Remember the bizarrely named IN Media !ROFL set-top box from a few months back?  The company has just announced that they're using Android with the IP STB, apparently including Android Market access so that users will be able to download applications and games and play them on their HDTV.  Details are scarce, but IN Media also says they support cloud-based streaming from online storage, together with video-on-demand through services like Netflix and Blockbuster.

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