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DVRs and HTPCs: The Battle For Your Living Room

Each option has its strengths, but there isn't a clear-cut winner in the battle for the 21st century VCR.

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Crucial Enters The High-End Gaming Market

Crucial's announcment of new high-performance RAM sends a message that they realize the importance of gaming and overclocking in the marketplace - and their competitors better look out.

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LCD Resolution: When Bigger Is Actually Smaller

Many consumers are finding out that when purchasing a new LCD or laptop computer a higher screen resolution is actually worse for them than a lower resolution, and less expensive display.

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Technology To Watch In 2004

We've seen some innovative and interesting product announcements and trends already this year. In this article, we'll tell you what we think will be the big technology products of 2004.

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Designtechnica’s CES 2004 Wrap-Up

Designtechnica was in Las Vegas for the 2004 Consumer Electronics Show, the largest trade show in the world. In this article, we talk about the latest technologies and the coolest products on exhibit.

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Designtechnica’s 2003 Gift Guide

It is that time of year again when paying attention to what is going on in the electronics industry is about to pay off for you. We have sifted through the numerous tech toys and recommend the best. Read on to see what makes the grade this holiday season.

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Designtechnica’s Comdex 2002 Wrap-up

Upon entrance to the show, it was very apparent that LCD displays, Tablet PC?s and MP3 players were a very dominant presence at Comdex. Samsung had a large show presence with a full LCD display, Plasma and mobile phone product lines present for display.

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International CES 2003 Wrap-Up

The 2003 International Consumer Electronics Show has been hailed as the world?s largest consumer technology tradeshow with more than 116,000 attendees and over 2,200 exhibitors; all spread over 1.25 million square feet of show floor space.

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