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Samsung introduces a pair of MHL monitors

Samsung has just introduced a pair of standard looking monitors, look into the specification sheets however and you’ll discover that they are actually the first monitors that support the Mobile High Definition Link (MHL) standard. There will be two MHL supported models at first, the 23 inch S23B550VS and the …

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Gamers trump normal folks for resolution

Following up on KitGuru’s earlier story about the most common resolutions found in modern online society, we decided to run a separate analysis on the resolutions preferred by gamers. That gamers want (and pay for) more pixels is no surprise – but what is their favourite resolution? KitGuru gets all …

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NZXT Premium Cable Starter Kit review

NZXT have been gaining popularity among the enthusiast community by releasing a range of competent and appealing cases, such as the Phantom.  Today we are going to look at something a little different from the company.  NZXT have released a kit of four very attractive sleeved extension cables.  What makes …

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Samsung’s E Ink, LCD mashup coming in 2013

Electrowetting display technology will bring in the best of both E Ink and LCD displays

Imagine a display that offers much of the readability in sunlight and battery life of today’s E Ink displays yet also offers refresh rates and colours equivalent to LCDs currently available, thanks to Samsung and Liquavista that dream will soon become much more than a dream. Following Samsung’s acquisition of Liquavista last …

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SteelSeries Kana Gaming Mouse Review

It seems like every month that we are looking at a gaming peripheral from a company targeting the gaming sector.  Even though some of these companies have created very impressive products like the new Corsair Vengeance range, many gamers will opt for a tried and tested brand instead, such as …

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Thermaltake showcase the Level 10 M Mouse at Cebit

It’s that time again and Tt eSPORTS are once again showcasing with Thermaltake at CeBIT 2012 in Hannover, Germany. For the 2012 edition Tt eSPORTS had something a little more special and spectacular planned by unveiling a brand new design collaboration by Thermaltake and BMW Group DesignworksUSA, the first since …

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Canon announce EOS 5D Mark III

Canon have officially announced the new EOS 5D Mark III SLR camera which sports a massive 22.3 megapixel full frame CMOS sensor and DIGIC 5+ Image processor. The 5D MKIII features a 61 point High Density Renticular Autofocus with up to 6 fps shooting speed. Additionally the camera has support …

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Thermaltake to release Level 10 M mouse in March

The partnership with BMW proved successful for Thermaltake with the release of the Level 10 and Level 10 GT chassis. The original Level 10 case was one of the most hyped products we can remember and rightly so, because whether you liked it or not, it had an eye catching …

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Corsair Vengeance M60 FPS Gaming Mouse Review

Corsair have been making a name for themselves in the gaming peripheral market. It all started with the HS1 headset which offered an excellent balance between sound quality and price. More recently, they have been expanding their range and we recently looked at their two latest gaming keyboards, the Vengeance …

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Point of View invites you to shoot them in the bath

While everyone works hard to make sure that their core products (the ‘bread and butter’ if you will) are working well, at the same time these companies always have one eye open for the ‘silver bullet’. The iPad like product that will change the market and everyone can retire. Point …

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Epic Gear range launched by Geil

The Distree event in Monte Carlo brings well over 100 of the world’s most famous brands together, so they can show off their latest ideas to the regions biggest buying operations. While one of our associates was speaking with Hank Cheng from Geil about SSDs, he also enquired about ‘other …

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Samsung might be working on a Galaxy camera

When you last used a digital camera you may have considered that the firmware they run on is often clunky, slow and generally just plain poor. Finding any specific setting is often unnerving and it appears that Samsung has realised this; they may be planning a Android powered camera. This comes after …

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Corsair Vengeance M90 MMO Gaming Mouse Review

Corsair have been steadily enhancing their product portfolio in the last few years, expanding into a number of different markets while continuing to produce a large range of quality memory products.  We have recently been looking at some products from Corsair’s latest Vengeance gaming peripheral range including the fantastic K90 …

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