With more phones moving over to the microSD Flash memory slot to reduce mobile phone weight and size it is quickly becoming one of the most popular form factors on the market. Today we take a look at the Kingston 512-MB microSD card, which allows you to store more music, movies, video clips, pictures, ring tones and more.
Tired of breaking notebooks or looking cheap with the free bag that came with your notebook purchase? If you want large capacity and lots of pockets, a rugged design and solid laptop protection, Python may just be the backpack solution for you. Read on to see if it is!
While at the CTIA Wireless 2006 show we had a chance to stop by and talk to NVIDA about the latest handheld wireless graphics solutions. If you are interested in seeing how games like Quake III Arena play on phones then read on and see what performance can be had today thanks to the GoForce 5500.
Flash drives have come a long way in the last four years! Today Legit Reviews takes a look at Kinston’s 1GB U3 DataTraveler Flash Drive. U3 flash drives allow you to install your favorite programs to the flash drive. So, anywhere you go, you will have your programs and data on one, small flash drive! Read on to find out the full set of features and performance this device has to offer.
Today Legit Reviews looks at the latest and greatest NVIDIA C51D Based motherboard by Universal ABIT Co., Ltd. ABIT hopes to once again capture the enthusiast market with the ABIT AN8 32X motherboard and looking at the board features it looks great on paper. Read on to see if this is the motherboard for you.
The Intel Pentium Processor 965 Extreme Edition is the flagship power processor from Intel and today Legit Reviews takes one for a test drive. With a new stepping and better thermals the Extreme Edition looks better than ever. Read on and see how our Intel 965 does against the AMD FX-60.
When Dell launched their $9,930 XPS 600 Renegade system last week many gamers had a new dream system, but that dream system is now sold out. We talk to Dell about the success of their XPS 600 Renegade Gaming System and tried to figure out just how many of these systems were made.
Today Legit Reviews looks at the Motorola HT820 Bluetooth Stereo Headphones. The HT820 can answer phones calls and listen to music with true stereo sound for up to 17 hours on the battery. If you like to listen to music wherever you go the Motorola HT820 might be something that makes life a beat better.
The NVIDIA GeForce 7900 GT has an internal architecture that is similar to the 7900 GTX and costs $200 less. What does this mean? It means that you save $200 and get a video card with reduced clock speeds. Read on as we test a pair of GeForce 7900 GT’s that pack some serious punch and start at $309 when bought online.
AeroCool has been around since 2001 and have started to develop a great name for themselves in the enthusiast and gaming community. Today we take a look at AeroCool’s Zerodba 620W Power Supply Unit and see what their Zerodba technology is all about. If you are looking for a power supply that supports all ATI CrossFire and NVIDIA SLI video card solutions read on!
Ding, Ding, Ding… Ladies and gentlemen. Your attention please. In this corner, fighting in the mainstream market, GeForce 7600 GS of Santa Clara, California. And in this corner, Radeon X1600 XT of Ontario Canada. After our GeForce 7600 GS preview yesterday ATI came running and ready to fight… see why!
With the hard launch of the GeForce 7600 GS we find that NVIDIA is bringing even more performance to the $129-$149 video card market. NVIDIA claims that the 7600 GS delivers better performance than the ATI Radeon X1600 XT at a price comparable to X1600 Pro. Read on as we take a look at the card and see what can be had for $129.
Now that Legit Reviews has been doing system guides since the start of 2006 one of the most asked questions is how to put one of these systems together. We recently had a reader in the St. Louis area order in our March 2006 Do-It-Yourself Mainstream Intel System and we were there to document the build.
The Sapphire Radeon X1600 Pro has come down in price recently and Legit Reviews steps in to take a look at this sub $120 mainstream video card. Based on ATI’s Radeon X1600 core it features core clocks of 500MHz with a 12 pipeline architecture and GDDR3 memory IC’s rated at 800MHz. While all these fancy terms sound good on paper let’s see how it benchmarks!
Enhance your mobile life with Kingston’s 256MB microSD removable memory card. This versatile card expands the memory capacity of feature-rich mobile phones. Store more of your own collections of music, movies, video clips, pictures, ring tones and more. Read on as we cover the card and benchmark it against the SanDisk 256MB microSD card.