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Asus P7P55D-E Deluxe 1156 Motherboard Review  - Asus P7P55D-E Deluxe 1156 Motherboard Review
Sun, May 09 2010 | 12:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
The in surge of multiple socket types and chipsets is getting a bit mind boggling these days. Intel is talking about more socket types coming in the near future while AMD seems to be sticking with the AM3 platform for a little while longer. As a reviewer it is difficult to keep up, lack of review units on the CPU side of things means we have to buy CPU's on a regular basis just to stay competitive. Thankfully companies like Asus are making this process less painful by providing noticeable upgrades to the motherboard side of technology to help us reviewers justify the constant CPU purchasing to ourselves. Today's motherboard is no exception, the P7P55D-E 1156 Motherboard is brimming with multiple extras that would make any enthusiast or hobbyist drool. Let's get into the meat of this motherboard and see what everything will mean for you, the end user:
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Soniq QPB302B Blu-ray Player - Soniq QPB302B Blu-ray Player
Tue, November 02 2010 | 9:01AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Today we’re looking at the QPB302B from Soniq which is a Blu-ray player that comes with a very attractive $99 AUD price tag. At that price tag it’s not much of a surprise that once we open the box we’re only greeted with the player itself, remote, composite cables and some paperwork. Feature wise the QPB302B is packing standard features like Blu-ray, DVD (Up scaled), MP3, WMA, CD Playback, BD Live, Dolby Digital, Digital Plus and TrueHD which are all present. What is also included that we wouldn’t expect on such a cheap player is Dolby and DTS HD Master Audio, DivX support and DivX Plus HD which are H.264 and MKV packaged files."
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