Gigabyte i-RAM Storage Drive

by Keith - on October 6, 2005

Do you find transferring files to and from your hard disk is a little time-consuming? Well, Gigabyte has launched a device called i-RAM, a hard disk storage alternative, which is based on fast DDR SDRAM chips rather than slow-but-stable flash memory chips. With data stored on memory chip, it is truly much faster than saving data onto rotating hard disk medium. Unfortunately, there are disadvantages to using i-RAM; that is, …

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ATI’s new range finally launches

by Marc - on October 5, 2005

Anticipated for months, ATI have today finally announced their next generation of graphics cards. Reviews and benchmarks are all over the web, take your pick from the usual sources (I saw the news on Anandtech). A comprehensive list of the current (p)reviews can be found at Rage3D. As usual it depends on what game you benchmark and what configuration you choose as to whether this new ATI range takes the …

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Stress relief…

by Marc - on October 5, 2005

Foam Brick

I’m sure we’ve all had days where we just wanted to throw something. Hard. Usually at someone, or at the very least at something breakable. And most of the time you just don’t follow through – the lawsuits, paperwork and general hassle involved in replacing the windows are all enough to put you off the idea. But I say go for it – just make sure you’re doing it with …

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ASCII Art From Photos

by Al - on October 5, 2005

I remember the days when newsgroups where one of the best sources for info and nobody had heard of a forum (how things have changed). As newsgroups were text only (forget the attachements in warez and shall will say adult ones) the geeky way to sign off a message was with an image made up of asking characters, like: What’s this? ( . ) ___( . ) That’s a big …

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Toshiba Gigabeat Audio Player

by Keith - on October 4, 2005

Toshiba Gigabeat F Series Player

Unlike the recent release of Apple’s iPod nano or Dell’s DJ Ditty, the Toshiba Gigabeat Audio player is a HDD-based audio player that comes with a variety of selections of storage space. The Gigabeat is fully loaded with functions, presented with a large 2.2-inch QVGA TFT display at the front, and looks pleasing to the eye as a portable handheld player. The Toshiba Gigabeat F series is available in four …

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Forget Fake Quintet TFTs how about Eight

by Al - on October 4, 2005

Quad TFTs

After being made a plonker off with our report on the Quintet TFT Display we thought it only fair to find something better and *real* to report on. Digital Tigers produce multi-screen displays ranging from the boring dual TigerVista Duo right up to the monster 8 screen zenview Atlas priced a dollar short of 5K.

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Sony DSC-N1

by Marc - on October 4, 2005

Sony DSC-N1

I’ve long been a fan of Sony’s digital camera range. Partnering their undoubted electronics expertise with the respected name of Carl Zeiss optics has produced consistently class leading results. The DSC-N1 is the latest in a long line of Sony digicams and has most of the features associated with a high end camera: 8 megapixels, a video mode, a range of manual controls and a 3.8x zoom lens covering a …

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Bling Bling Gold Leaf Chocolate

by Al - on October 4, 2005

Gold Leaf Chocolate

If you are ever in the relationship dog house this present is the proverbial get out of jail free card. It’s not cheap coming in at 25 quid and is a total waste of money but it will earn you infinite times more brownie points than forecourt flowers. Gold Leaf Chocolate combines 2 things that women love, and it doesn’t take a genius to guess what.

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