Tag: card

  • How To Upgrade Your Notebook with an External Graphics Card

    It’s no secret that upgradeable notebook graphics are a bit of an oxymoron. Despite the fact Nvidia’s MXM modular graphics card technologyhas been available to notebook designers for over a decade, few have fully adopted the standard. The lack of a universal solution for upgrading notebook graphics has left notebook owners at a significant economic […]

  • Notebook Video Graphics Card Guide 2006

    by Dustin Sklavos INTRODUCTION Since 2005’s GPU review, notebook graphics hardware has done us the kindness of simplifying. The options on the market are somewhat fewer and it’s to our benefit, but it’s still somewhat confusing. I’ve seen questions on the forumsthat to some of us seem comical: Is an X1300 graphics card better than […]

  • Sprint Wireless Card and Linksys Broadband Router Combo Review

    by Kevin O’Brien Overview Anyone who has ever owned a laptop at one time or another has thought of how great it would be to have web access no matter your location. Wireless broadbandcards like the Sprint Connection Card (Sierra Wireless AirCard 580), among others, allow this to take place. But what happens when you […]

  • Lenovo ThinkPad T60 with ATI X1300 Graphics Card Review pics, specs

    by Dave, Canada Overview and Introduction The Lenovo Thinkpad T60is the Core Duo successor to the popular T43. The T series is the flagship model in the Thinkpad series, and the T60 hopes to continue its tradition of durability and portability. Whereas T60p is targeted towards corporate users (better OpenGL and CAD support), the T60 […]