The Gameboy Advance will finally launch in North America on June 11, 2001. Futurelooks was able to get themselves a pre-release, North American unit and has done up a thorough review to help you decide whether or not you should stand in line for one on the big day. Here's a clip:
The Ultimate Entertainment Computer Guide
Was our Ultimate High-End Workstation at nearly $50 grand a little too much to handle? How about something more modest and more versatile. Our Ultimate Entertainment Computer will take on any game, DVD, multimedia title that you can throw at it. Here's a clip:
ATI has unveiled a new business strategy that will see the Company enter into manufacturing and
distribution partnerships with leading original design manufacturers (ODMs) and add-in board
manufacturers (AIBs) - a move that will significantly increase sales and distribution penetration of
ATI chip technologies worldwide. Practically that means ATI will now let third party manufacturers
to make cards based on chips developed by ATI.
The creators of the Rolodex bring to us their entry into the world of handheld computing. The eBookMan, which resembles your standard Palm or Handspring, but with a larger screen, allows you to read books, listen to audio, and organize your day. So, is it a contender in the PDA wars? You'll have to read on to find out. Here's a clip:
IBM has announced a new innovation in hard drive technology that shatters what many in the industry saw as an unbreakable barrier.
In each of the past five years, hard drive capacities have doubled, keeping storage costs low and allowing technophiles and PC users to sock away more data. However, storage buffs believed the rate of growth could continue for only so long, and many asserted that the storage industry was about to hit the physical limit for higher capacities. But according to IBM, a new innovation will push back that limit.