Westinghouse has shown some great strength with its LCD flat-panel TV sets; now it is bringing that experience to the PC market with the LCM-17w7 widescreen 17″ LCD monitor.
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Dell has always been big with its custom printer models (which usually are Lexmark designs), but this is the first time they’ve crossed below the $100 barrier for a laser printer.
If you’ve been looking for a deal on a Dell 2005FPW 20″ widescreen LCD, jump on this one!
Gateway’s new LCD display lineup is showing that CRTs are a thing of the past.
Looks like the SOYO Group is taking the cue from companies like Syntax, moving from primarily motherboard development to more consumer electronics like LCD monitors and TVs.
Finally, after our loved Apex AD-2600 DVD player was recently outdone in our testing of the Philips DVP642 and it’s DivX support, Apex has fired back with its own DivX unit, the AD-1250X. We’ll wait until it ships and we can test it to tell if Apex can reclaim the throne.
Dell is running some absolutely HUGE discounts today (and this week), so get on them quick!!
We already think that Netgear has some great tech in their new RangeMax Wireless Router, it’s just good to see others agree.
Three new models, all with pretty decent specs, and amazing prices, could grab some market share.
The new displays are claiming an Xtremely fast response rate, targeting video playback and gaming markets head-on – and they have the potential to seriously capture the gamer audience.
I’ve cobbled together what (in my opinion) is a workable INF file for identifying the Apple 20″ Cinema Display, allowing the 1680x1050 native resolution without need for any secondary utilities.
Kanguru Solutions has launched their updated QuickSilver external hard drive lineup.
Logitech continues to branch out further into the home accessories space. This time, they’ve come up with an innovative approach to wireless networking.
In addition to being a nice PC, the Alienware Area-51 5300 could make for a neat little home theater PC.
Teaming the Elgato EyeTV stoftware with Plextor’s ConvertX USB2 video recorder looks like it might make for a real winning combination.
Keyspan just released a very cool new remote control, the Keyspan Express, that plugs into the USB port of the AirPort Express and allows consumers to then control iTunes on their Mac or PC.
Envision has launched a new line of quality LCD monitors at consumer-affordable pricing. Their new 15″ and 17″ displays should be decent for someone looking to upgrade, but not wanting to break the bank.