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ATI Radeon HD 5670: DX11 For Under $100 - PCstats.com ATI Radeon HD 5670: DX11 For Under $100
Fri, March 05 2010 | 12:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
AMD continues their barrage of DirectX-11 class GPU releases with the affordably priced ATI Radeon HD 5670. If you remember all the way back to September of last year, AMD had committed--or at the very least planned--to release multiple new GPUs, at various price points up and down the spectrum. First came the Radeon HD 5800 series, quickly followed by the 5700 series, and then came the ultra-powerful Radeon HD 5970, all in the span of about two months. Here are we are now, a little less than two months removed from the Radeon HD 5970 launch, and AMD is ready with yet another new card, this time targeted at the sub-$100 price segment. As its name suggests, the ATI Radeon HD 5670 shares a number of features with its higher-end counterparts in the Radeon HD 5000 series, like Eyefinity and full DX11 support. Come along for the ride as we show you the new Radeon HD 5670, discuss its specifications, and ultimately take it for a spin through a number of benchmarks...
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http://hothardware.com/articles/ATI-Radeon-HD-5670-DX11-For-Under-100/
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Veebeam HD Wireless Stream to your TV Review  - PCstats.com Veebeam HD Wireless Stream to your TV Review
Mon, December 13 2010 | 10:25PM | PermaLink Feedback?
In the past year, we’ve seen a number of different wireless streaming devices intended to help bridge the gap between the distance between users and the television. Unlike recent products like the Boxee Box and GoogleTV, which are intended to connect directly to your television full-time, wireless USB streaming devices such as the Veebeam HD try a different route opting to leverage your existing computer from anywhere in the room to stream content to the big screen. This is a great product in theory but can it mesh with how users currently use and expect their home theater PCs to behave?
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http://www.missingremote.com/review/veebeam-hd-wireless-hdmi-your-pc-tv
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