Microsoft Corp. introduces Xbox Wireless Adapter, the only comprehensive, first-party solution for high-performance Xbox gaming without the hassle of wires.
Matrox Graphics announces new Parhelia HR256 graphics accelerator for high-resolution imagery and visualization.
For $149, EPSON Stylus CX5400 delivers stand-alone, one-touch color copying and scanning with EPSON's photo restoration technology, Plus water and fade-resistant DuraBrite inks.
Creative announced immediate shipment of the Sound Blaster Audigy 2 NX external sound card bringing 7.1 surround sound to the notebook.
With an emphasis on panel performance and features for the ultimate multimedia experience, Sony's latest addition to its floating frame consumer LCD line keeps an eye on style.
Security professionals require clear images even in dark environments, and now they can monitor dimly lit locations with Canon's new VC-C50i Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ) camera.
Samsung will introduce the SyncMaster 243T, an elegant new 24" LCD computer monitor.
The new monitors include the high-end 15" SyncMasterâ„¢ 153T and 17" SyncMaster 173T which sport dual analog and digital inputs, narrow bezels and Pivot technology.
ATI is demonstrating the worldâ€™s first visual processor to incorporate PCI Express, the newest PC interconnect standard, at the Intel Developers Forum (IDF) in San Jose.
Apple today introduced the all-new 15-inch PowerBook G4, offering an unrivaled mix of power and portability in a sleek aluminum design weighing just 5.6 pounds.
The class of budget Pocket PC 2002 based systems within the price range of $300-350 is the hottest segment of the PDA market.
Techware Labs has just posted a review of the long overdue Trillian Pro 2.0.
UMAX today announced the elegantly designed AstraPix 670 and the sleek AstraPix 630 for experienced and beginning digital photographers.
Toshiba today announced its most advanced digital still camera to date, the PDR-5300.
Nikon USA today announced the following suggested list pricing for the new high-speed D2H SLR, D2H accessories, NikonCapture 4 software and the three new Nikkor lenses.