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Only Fools and Horsepower.
Mechanical, RGB, and low-profile? Tesoro thinks you really can have it all.
May make Spectre exploitation easier.
In a market of many media players, how does Asus stand out from the crowd with its O!Play HD2?
Large industry group backs new Ethernet based A/V standard called HDBaseT.
In addition to a new range of PCs, Alienware has launched a whole range of alien-themed PC peripherals to match, including this 21.5in screen. It offers a full 1,920 x 1,080 resolution and has many features familiar from Dell's excellent UltraSharp screens.
Western Digital has upped the ante in the HD media player wars with its WDTV Live, promising unrivalled format support, silent operation, network streaming and a host of other desirable features. Does the WDTV Live live up to the hype? We find out.
Serious Sam is back, boomstick and all! Can Croteam's high-def remake of The First Encounter recapture the frantic excitement and purity of the original game, or is Serious Sam HD little more than a damp squib? This is serious business, so check our review to find out more!
Microsoft apparently lifted the requirement that all games run at 720p from Xbox 360 developers earlier this year.
Seitz Phototechnik is now taking orders for its 160 megapixel digital camera, but you'd better start buttering your bank manager up: it's hardly a budget-range option.
The Blu-ray player has been released today in the UK. We tucked into some high-def movie goodness and here are our reactions.
Twentieth Century Fox have announced they will support the Blu-ray high definition format. Films will include Alien, Die Hard and X-Men series, and TV shows like 24, The Simpsons and Family Guy will appear.