Items tagged with wireless

What's going on friends?  With a migraine lingering in the back of my head, I am going to cut the banter to a minimum so I can get some more drugs into me.  However, we do have quite the tasty selection of juice on tap this morning.  So, go grab a glass and dive in; here is your AM update...  Wireless Bluetooth Mouse Battle: Microsoft vs. Logitech @ HardcoreWare "If you're looking to add Bluetooth connectivity to your system, why not add a nice wireless mouse at the same time? Both of these products from Logitech and Microsoft do just that.Today we're going to find out which of these two mice is most suitable for different applications; desktop, mobile, and gaming."... Read more...
Good morning HH Fans. I really hate to do this, but I needed to cut the banter to a minimum.  I have an early morning meeting on the far side of town and I really don't want to get stuck in rush hour traffic.  So, go grab a cup of coffee and settle in, here is your AM shot...  Eumax 9-in-1 USB 2.0 Flash Genie @ Viper Lair "Having a memory card reader can be quite useful. Being able to not only have the reader installed in your computer to cut down on desk clutter as well as take it on the road can be very useful. The Flash Genie is such a product; it is an awesome 9-in-1 card reader as well as a portable device."  8Com Wireless Digital BH220 Headset Review @ CoolTechZone... Read more...
Good evening my friends welcome back to HH.  Things around the Canadian portion of the labs have been fairly mundane over the past week or so, and for that, I would like to apologize.  I have been dealing with some fairly substantial situations in my personal life; but, things have been resolved and my life is back on track.  Consequently, as of tomorrow AM I will be back in full effect (forum, multiple news shots, reviewage, etc...).  Thanks to those who have helped me out over the past little while, you have been a great help... News anyone??  AC Ryan Blackfire4 Fans @ Phoronix "If you are tired of those old generic fans sitting inside your case, you should be... Read more...
Good afternoon everyone, JeffB checking in with some interesting information coming out of Iomega.  Check it out! New Iomega Wireless Servers Bring New Features & Flexibility to Entry-Level Network Storage Iomega NAS 100d Now Shipping For Home Offices, SmallBusinesses SAN DIEGO, September 16, 2004 –Iomega Corporation (NYSE: IOM), a global leader in data storage, today announced the release of the new Iomega NAS 100d entry-level network-attached storage (NAS) server. Available this month in 160GB* and 250GB capacities, Iomega's NAS 100d servers feature wireless network capabilities and offer flexible, easily expandable network storage for small business and home office networks.... Read more...
Good morning folks!  Today is definitely much busier on the news front than yesterday.  I've only been away from the keyboard for a few hours (ie sleeping), and the news box is loaded with good stuff.  I'm going to get right down to business and get it posted because I've got some benchmarking to do.  The FedEx man was good to us today... VIA Boosts Hard Drive Security with VIA PadLock Tru-Delete Latest software utility and source code from VIA enables enhanced disk wiping performance utilizing the VIA PadLock RNG Taipei, Taiwan, September 15th 2004 - VIA Technologies, Inc, a leading innovator and developer of silicon chip technologies and PC platform solutions, today made... Read more...
Well, the weekend may be just around the corner, but there's a lot of folks cranking out the reviews before it starts.  There is a ton of stuff to go through today, so let's get down to business! NVIDIA's GeForce 6800 and 6800 GT GPUs review @ Hexus.net: "What strikes me most is the performance difference the entire range of product from both IHVs has over the outgoing generation of parts. They all make 9800XT and 5950 Ultra look very very silly indeed. Something for everyone from £200 upwards." Shuttle's XPC SB81P review @ Hexus.net: "It's unappealing with the GMA900 on-board video, so wait for PCI Express graphics cards to appear, pick your CPU and GPU poison, then... Read more...
Good morning all.  JeffB stopping in as we say good bye to another work week and hello to the weekend.  My wife and I, recent residents of North Carolina, enjoyed a nice little pool party in our community last night with a live reggae band and good food and drink.  The carribean tunes seemed quite appropriate with the general theme being sunny and hot. Tomorrow we get to check out a local pig roast that is an annual tradition that brings in 15,000 people each year.  It's definitely a different world down here compared to New York, but one thing is certain, these folks like to eat!  They are also a hefty community of techies too, with the Research Triangle being home to... Read more...
Good Evening HotHardware Fans! We've just posted a review of Asus' brand new A8V Deluxe "Wireless Edition" motherboard for Socket 939 Athlon 64s. The A8V Deluxe is powered by VIA's excellent K8T800 Pro chipset, and sports a host of useful features like SATA RAID, Gigabit Ethernet, WiFi and 8-Channel audio with digital outputs. It's also "Cool 'N Quiet" capable and has wide array of BIOS options geared towards novice and advanced overclockers alike.  Click here and check it out...... Read more...
  It has been barely over a week since we first took a look at AMD's new Socket 939 Athlon 64s, and motherboards equipped with the new socket have already started to arrive in the HotHardware Labs.  The first motherboard to land on our test bench is the fully-loaded Asus A8V Deluxe "Wireless Edition".  The A8V Deluxe is powered by VIA's excellent K8T800 Pro chipset, and sports a host of useful features like SATA RAID, Gigabit Ethernet, WiFi and 8-Channel audio with digital outputs.  It's also "Cool 'N Quiet" capable and has wide array of BIOS options geared towards novice and advanced overclockers alike.  Looking at the feature set, it seems like Asus... Read more...
Good morning folks.  Jeff.b checking in with your Friday morning news fix.  It's relatively quiet today, to start.  So I've rounded up a few news items for you today and hopefully things will pick up a little.   Hightech Excalibur Radeon 9200SE Videocard Review @ Tweaknews.net: "Now before you discredit this card as a slow piece of hardware, let me clarify one thing. This card is neither meant or intended to be a screamer in any way shape or form. What this card is offering is a very cost effective solution to a person needing the great 2D quality ATI is know for, allow the user to have fully functional VIVO capabilities and do some very minor gaming from time to time.... Read more...
Good morning all.  It looks like this week has shaped up to be quite a busy one.  The hardware news has been developing all week long and today is no different.  There's good stuff going on, so let's get down to business:  VIA Reveals Details of Next Generation C5J Esther Processor Core With Advanced Features For Securing E-Commerce Transactions: "Designed to be coupled with a range of feature rich chipsets from VIA, the C5J Esther core will enable unprecedented performance of demanding applications, such as high compression video streaming and data encryption/decryption, from miniature, fanless devices." The Inquirer is reporting that AMD and Tyan are working on... Read more...
Good morning gang, JeffB stopping by with your morning news update.  While Marco is fighting off a bug, or possibly an overdose of pollen, I have a dilemma of a different kind.  I took a ride to Top Sail Island off the coast of NC yesterday and didn't bring the sunblock.  After walking along the beach for several hours without protection, I am now very well done.  Needless to say, there are no quick movements in my future nor any sun going to hit me for a few days.  I'm about as red as a tomatoe when I am usually pasty white.  Ouch!  Want to watch DVDs on your PC in 3D?  DDD Group PLC just released a WinDVD add-on component that turns any DVD into a 3D... Read more...
Welcome friends :) Things around the lab have quieted down for the evening, and most have gone home. However, before I follow suit, lets see what the Juicy Fairy brought in this afternoon. Here is your PM Nightcap... PimpRig Review: X-Micro Wireless-G Networking "I don't know about anyone else, but I for one haven't heard much about the company X-Micro. So I did a little research and found out that they haven't been around that long at all. The company was established in 1999, and develops Graphic Cards, Wireless Communication, and Digital Devices (likes MP3 Players). Today X-Micro has graciously provided a X-Micro WLAN 11g Router 108Mb, and the X-Micro WLAN 11g PCI 108Mb. That is a pretty big... Read more...
  Asus A7N8X-E Deluxe Wireless Edition Performance Anywhere You Want It By, Tom Laverriere February 5, 2004 Ever since its inception, the nForce2 chipset has taken off and never looked back.  It brings a lot to the table in terms of stability, performance, and most importantly affordability for the Athlon XP platform.  The latest revision of the nForce2 chipset, the nForce2 Ultra 400, brings with it all the same traits, but also provides support for the latest Athlon XP 400MHz front side bus processors.  Add a reliable and popular motherboard manufacturer to the mix, namely Asus, and you have a recipe for success.  Taking one of their most popular motherboards, the A7N8X... Read more...
The Actiontec Wireless Ready Home Gateway SOHO Connectivity - Copper Need Not Apply By, Dave Altavilla November 5, 2001     SOHO (Small Office Home Office) products have certainly gotten sexier with the advent of Broadband ISP services brought to the home and small businesses.  No longer are we limited to the primitive functionality of a simple ethernet hub.  Now we have technologies like Routers, Gateways and Access Points, which were historically thought of as higher end "enterprise" solutions, making their way to suburbia and the average home user or small office.  This new area of opportunity for various OEMs, as we mentioned in our review of a similar... Read more...
The D-Link DWL-920 Wireless Network Nice and Easy... By, Jeff Bouton March 14,  2001     Tonight we?ll be taking a look at the latest home networking product from D-Link Systems, Inc.  D-Link is one of the world's leading manufacturers of Networking, Connectivity, and Data Communications products.  Although they are mainly known for their commercial products, D-Link has also made a name for themselves in the Digital Home Connectivity market.  With a wide array of products available from standard Network Interface Cards to Switches and Hubs, D-Link has secured a solid share of  the home networking market.  D-Link has been successful competing with such... Read more...
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