DP Review has posted its preview of Canon’s new?EOS 350D?D-SLR camera.? This is the followup to the hugely popular EOS 300D and a camera i’m very looking forward to: "On 20th August 2003 Canon dropped a bomb into the digital SLR market with the six megapixel sub-$1,000 EOS 300D (Digital Rebel). Eighteen months later and just in time for the largest trade show of the year (PMA 2005) Canon has revealed the successor to the 300D, the new, smaller, eight megapixel, EOS 350D (Digital Rebel XT). At first you’d be forgiven for thinking this was just a drop-in upgrade of the EOS 300D with the EOS 20D’s eight megapixel sensor, but in actual fact it has a new CMOS sensor (it’s 8.0 megapixels versus the 20D’s 8.2 megapixels), the 350D also has a smaller body, re-worked design, DIGIC II, new features and custom functions."
Microsoft has recalled more then 14 Million power cords for consols manufactured before October 23, 2003 in the US and January 13, 2004 in Europe. The reason for the recall sites faulty components may lead to injury and/or property damage. 30 cases thus far has been reported. Replacement cords can be ordered at the Xbox website.
bjorn3d have a review up of the Sapphire Radeon X800 XL. "We all knew this card would rock (or rather violently shake) the successful NVIDIA 6800 GT boat if it really hit streets at $300. That’s not happening though…try adding $100 to the MSRP." Read the full review here
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