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Tuesday Morning News (18 Comments) (link)
 Tuesday, 12-October-2004  00:44:00 (GMT +10) - by aftahours

The Tech Zone has put up an article on setting up and running Dual LCD monitors. Nothing quite like a 2560x1024 desktop.

Legion Hardware has just posted an article titled CPU vs. Graphics Card. Some very useful information in there, to help reduce the bottleneck in your system, efficiently.

Since USB Memory Keys are just getting alot bigger, they have become alot more popular. TrustReviews has a look at a whole range of keys. Check it out here.

Toshiba's forthcoming Cell processor will lead to a "Cell World" of new products, Masashi Muromachi, president and chief executive officer of Toshiba's semiconductor company, said on Thursday. The Cell chip will power Sony Computer Entertainment's PlayStation 3 game console, among other products. More information on PCWorld.

ExtremeMHz has a new article posted. This time, itís a comparison guide on four of the top 16x DVD writers to hit the market.

StratosFeaR sent in news about a free two month X-box live trial. Be careful though, if you don't unsubscribe before the two months is up, they will automatically bill you for the next 12 months.

Mac sites were abuzz Friday on reports that Apple Computer is readying a colour-screen iPod in time for the holidays. Full story on ZDNet. Thanks Josh!

From craig_v: Windows XP Media Center Edition (note US spelling) is set to be officially released tomorrow (Oct 12) and then officially to the public on October 15. Previously expected next year, the Windows XP 'Loungeroom OS' will be available, complete with remote and receiver, in a special OEM pack, for around the same price as Windows XP Professional OEM (approx $250). Expect to be able to test-drive this new release at your local PC store from early November. More info here.

Andrew spotted this motherboard over on Akiba, which appears to be a motherboard capable of taking a Pentium M processor, complete with Gigabit LAN, 5.1 sound and SATA RAID.

Oh and Happy Birthday to Soc ! :) Hope you have a great 22nd dude!

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