Never heard of the Philips Aurilium sound processor? Well you're not alone, this new chip has only recently released, so to get the digs on the new tech be sure to turn to Techtastic, Hardcoreware, Ascully, or even Subzerotech. Of course, to listen to music, the Zalman Surround Sound Headphones are perfect.
On the MP3 front the irock 830 MP3 player seems to be pretty popular; FastlaneHw and Ascully having reviewed it recently. The JetAudio iAudio CW300 MP3 Player gets a going over at Tech Lounge while over at Ohls-Place.com, the boys test out the M-Audio Revolution 7.1. The Samsung YP-300 is reviewed at Bytesector, and of course PCstats review is here.
Twisted mods test out the Nostromo n50 and Accelenation takes kinky pictures with the Casio Exilim EX-Z3 Digital Camera. Want to make your making your hurricane like PC much quieter? OCprices think they have all the answers in this little article.
When it comes to processors, Intel takes the cake more often than naught, so ClubOC are looking towards one specific CPU to satisfy their overclocking needs, while computerbase.de tests the new 2MB L3-cache monster. Hardwareluxx does the same thing with the new 3.2 Ghz CPU Intel Pentium 4 Extreme Edition.
Samsung's latest LCD have become popular because of their low price and good quality, so its not surprising to find the SyncMaster 172W TFT-LCD reviewed at Modsynergy, SyncMaster 173B 17" LCD reviewed at onePC, and Samsung 192T tested at Designtechnica who say; "Of the LCD panels we have seen, the Samsung 192T stands out as the all
around best performer. While ghosting is inherent to all LCDs, it was
minimal enough to make games playable, the image quality overall was
excellent, as was the display's brightness." Of course Samsung also manufacture printers, and GideonTech test out the ML1750. PCReview.co.uk has a review of the HiTi 630PS Photo Printer, and Harwarezoom have a shootout review of two colour laser printers.
Rounding out the other reviews on today's menu include Hitachi's DeskStar 7K250 Serial ATA Hard drive and TEAC's combination 48x24x48 CDRW at Envynews, Maxtor 80GB IDE Ultra ATA133 8MB at systemcooling, Plextor PlexWriter PX-708A at designtechnica, and Rocketmate1000 e.SATA at subzerotech. The Tech Lounge look at the topic of data recovery, while LAN Addict tests the Snap Server 2200 and throws a LAN Party Guide.