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Asus' Xonar DG and Xense sound cards
Do you really need a discrete sound card? Simple question, and we've taken a look at Asus' new Xonar Xense and DG sound cards to...
Corsair's HS1 gaming headset
Corsair has ventured into uncharted waters with its HS1 gaming headset. Is the HS1 worth the $100 asking price, and does it handle music...
Swimming laps with Finis' SwiMP3 player
Few things bore me more than staring at the bottom of a pool while swimming laps. Finis' SwiMP3 player promises to inject music into those...
Headphone-oriented sound cards from Asus and Auzentech
Asus and Auzentech recently released the Xonar Essence STX and X-Fi Forte sound cards designed specifically for use with headphones. We've taken them for...
Western Digital's WD TV HD Media Player
Could Western Digital's new digital media player be the ideal companion for the company's external hard drives? And does it belong in your entertainment...
Asus' Xonar DX sound card
Asus burst onto the sound card scene with the Xonar D2X, delivering a card with solid performance and better sound quality than Creative's best. Now...
Remixed audio cards in Windows Vista
Windows Vista has largely changed the game for PC audio solutions, and two new sound cards are set to challenge Creative's dominance of the market....
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