Mad Catz launch Eclipse Litetouch range of gaming keyboards

If your online shooter frag count is looking a bit sheepish recently, take a look at the new Mad Catz Eclipse Litetouch range of gaming keyboards. Available in both wired and wireless versions, they're the industry's first customisable backlit keyboards…

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Gerald LynchMad Catz launch Eclipse Litetouch range of gaming keyboards

Bigfoot Networks launch the Killer 2100 gaming network card

Lag making your frag-count sag? Getting over-run by Left 4 Dead 2's zombie-horde time and again due to stuttering connection issues. Then take a look at Bigfoot Networks' latest gaming network card, the Killer 2100. Tailored specifically to the needs…

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Gerald LynchBigfoot Networks launch the Killer 2100 gaming network card

Just Cause 2 's Peter Johansson – Interview

Just Cause 2 is one of the craziest open-world games we've seen here at Tech Digest. We caught up with lead designer Peter Johansson and asked his thoughts on how he feels the grappling hook-wielding explode-a-thon has turned out. The…

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Eee Box gets an upgrade, and HDMI-out

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The humble Eee Box B202, which we liked last year, has been granted an upgrade by the technology gods. It’s now the Eee Box 206, and comes with an HDMI-out slot, meaning that you can plug this baby into your TV and watch high-definition content. It even comes with a remote control.

Specs-wise, it’s got an Atom processor, 160GB of hard disc space, 1GB of RAM and Wi-Fi. It comes with Windows XP, but I’d advise replacing that with Linux or Windows 7 swiftly. Don’t replace it with Vista though, whatever you do. For that, Asus is asking £309, which isn’t too bad for an HD-capable machine.

What do you reckon? Would you recommend this for a parent considering plugging a PC into their TV? Or something else? Share in the comments.

(via Tech Radar)

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Duncan GeereEee Box gets an upgrade, and HDMI-out

Acer shows off new 10.1-inch Aspire One netbook

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What a difference an inch makes — or 1.2 to be more precise. It’s highly likely that Acer will phase out its 8.9-inch Aspire One in favour of the new 10.1-inch model just announced.

Weighing in at just over a kilo, the machine features a LED-backlit WSVGA display offering a 1,024 x 600 resolution, choice of Atom processors (945GSE Express or 82801GBM), up to 2GB of RAM, 160GB hard drive, card reader, webcam and Wi-Fi…

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Andy MerrettAcer shows off new 10.1-inch Aspire One netbook