MP3 Players, Video Cards, Gaming Mice and Intel's Latest...

Good morning all.  It looks like we've got a fair amount of news for you this morning, with a number of sites hard at work on some interesting reading.  We've been pretty busy this week as well, with some nice treats on tap for you.  I've also been toying with the idea of writing a few guides for our newbie friends, to help them with the various facets of building and using their rig.  What I'd like is some feedback from our readers letting me know what you would find most helpful.  So if there is something you would like covered, please drop a quick line and let me know!

GeForce FX Comparison - Prolink 5900XT vs. Albatron 5700P Turbo @ Tweaktown:

"Today we've checked out a whole range of different nVidia GeForce FX cards from the 5200 right up to the 5900XT. We take a closer look at the Prolink PixelView 5900XT and the Albatron 5700P Turbo as the focus of the comparison style article."

Creative GigaWorks S750 Speaker System Review @ Xbitlabs:

"We are going to test the Creative GigaWorks S750 speaker system today, which is attractive due to both: its exclusive design and the list of technical characteristics, which accompanies each product in a shop."

ATI All-in-Wonder 9600 XT vs NVIDIA Personal Cinema FX 5700 @ The Tech Report:

"As ATI and NVIDIA's next-gen graphics chips duke it out for 3D performance supremacy, there's a second battle being waged over multimedia graphics dominance. In one corner, we have ATI's veteran All-in-Wonder. In the other, NVIDIA's maturing Personal Cinema. Which multimedia graphics solution reigns supreme? We've rounded up an All-in-Wonder Radeon 9600 XT and Personal Cinema FX 5700 to find out. Join me as I explore the performance, features, and quirks of these multimedia graphics solutions from ATI and NVIDIA."

Intel's Alderwood and Grantsdale: Making a footprint in time @ Bytesector:

"Intel released 2 of the greatest chipsets yesterday and I will briefly describe what these two chipsets bring to the market and how they will revolutionize the way we use our computers. Alderwood and Grantsdale are the code names for the first of the 900 series chipsets brought out by Intel yesterday; commonly referred to as the Intel 915 or 925 chipsets respectively. Alderwood (925) brings the latest DDR2 memory support and the PCI Express bus to the table along with the AC 97 replacement Azali..."

In-Depth look at the Mobinote DVX-POD 7010 portable media player @ Designtechnica:

"With details about the about the upcoming MobiNote DVX-POD 7010 being scarce, Alexander Grundner decided to catch up with Keith Chiang, Business Development Manager at MobiNote Technologies, and ask him 10 of our most burning questions about their new buzz-worthy 7-inch, 16:9 wide-screen Portable Media Player."

Logitech MX510 Performance Optical Gaming Mouse Review @ Tweaknews.net:

"The MX510 should definitely be on the "Must Have" list for any gamer that wants to have the best and most precise gaming experience possible. Although it won't turn you into the fragging nightmare feared worldwide, it will definitely help bring a lot better control to your gaming environment. On the other hand, the eight button functionality will help with your day to day...."

That's it for now folks.  I look forward to your suggestions!

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