VR-Zone and XSReviews have published previews of the highly anticipated Auzentech X-Fi Prelude, which uses the same "X-FI" chip found in Creative's popular line-up. While Auzentech's version looks a bit meaner than the existing X'Fi's, it could soon be outdated as Creative roll out the PCIe versions.
Some details have appeared online regarding Logitech's MX5500 package which includes their MX Revolution rodent. Based around the MS5000, the new keyboard revolves around a built-in LCD that displays and controls music, messages, and even the calculator.
Dell have pulled the wraps off their fastest notebook, the Precision M6300, aimed at anyone who can sit near a power point all day! Dell managed to include a 2.8GHz X7900 processor, a Quadro FX1600M GPU, 802.11n Wi-Fi support, along with a 17" WXGA+ screen and an optional SSD.
Known for their graphics cards, Palit have unveiled their first motherboards. The new line-up consists of three Intel, and two AMD boards featuring chipsets including the Intel P35, 945GC and Nvidia MCP68S. Don't be surprised if Gainward follow in Palit's footsteps in the coming weeks...
AMD have released the preliminary price list for their long awaited Barcelona based Opteron series. The nine models scheduled for launch this month feature speeds ranging from 1.7 - 2.0GHz. TDP's are 95W, while models with the 'HE' suffix consume 68W.
While the vast majority of these AGP rumors crash land, this one has been a closely followed possibility ever since the 8-series launch. According to DigiTimes, Nvidia is developing a new bridge chip to convert their 8400 and 8600, as well as future G92 and G98 products to AGP.