The last time I saw the Samsung SyncMaster P2370 in the flesh was earlier this year at CES, right next to its brother, the P2370L. Our time apart has been far too long.
Today we finally received our P2370 review unit and aesthetically it's even more beautiful than I remember. The monitor is a 23-inch, 16:9 display with a 1,920x1,080-pixel native resolution. That's slightly disappointing considering the Dell SP2309W--also a 16:9, 23-incher--has a 2,048x1,152-pixel native resolution.
This thing is the very definition of slick and looks like it belongs in some … Read more
Last month, I did a first take on the Nvidia GeForce 3D Vision Kit. At the time, I'd only very briefly tested it and not at all thoroughly. Since then, thanks to help from Nvidia (new glasses, video card, and monitors) I've been able to move past the bugs mentioned in the first take.
This time, I did it big with an NVidia GeForce 280GTX, baby! Playing around with this card made me weep, as it's only $330, vs. the $600 ATI card I bought three years ago that's starting to disappoint me.
With the new … Read more
120Hz LCD gaming is now officially here! What? Oh, I'm late to the party? We've been able to do this for years now? Oh. OK. Let me rephrase that then. 120Hz gaming on a 22-inch LCD computer monitor is officially here! Does that satisfy your anal retentiveness? Well, it better.
Last month I reviewed the ViewSonic VX2265wm. The first 120Hz LCD computer monitor CNET's reviewed. I gave it points for its compatibility with the Nvidia GeForce 3D Vision Kit, but its lack of features and overall average performance didn't win my recommendation.
This week, I have … Read more
DataViz announced on Thursday that it is now offering Documents to Go Standard Edition version 1.0 and a beta version of RoadSync through the Android Market. The two applications will give T-Mobile G1 and HTC Magic owners the capability, for the first time, to work with Microsoft Office documents and get support for Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync.
Documents to Go has long been available for Windows Mobile and Palm devices, but now Android users can finally have the capability of viewing, editing, and creating Word and Excel documents through the productivity suite. The suite's editing capabilities are vast, including … Read more
One of the most important sets of information on your iPhone is your contacts. Many users have been faced with an issue when trying to sync their iPhone contacts with their computers. If you've entered your contact information on your iPhone first (not on your computer) and would now like to retrieve those contacts for your computer, CNET's MacFixIt has a how-to to help you. (Make sure to read the entire post before attempting.)
To Sync your iPhone contacts from your iPhone to your computer visit CNET's MacFixit.com.
Do cowboys carry MP3 players and cell phones? That's what Ford seems to be saying with the new F-150. We got our hands on an F-150 Lariat with a Supercrew cab and found a comfortable interior decked out in leather, complete with Ford's Sync system. Big and tough-looking on the outside, the cab practically coddles the occupants. And check out our own Molly Wood as she takes the truck to a ranch to see what the horses think.
Not everyone uses iTunes' MP3 library. Really. BlackBerry maker RIM has acknowledged the batch of people who use Windows Media Player to organize their music with Wednesday's release of RIM's updated music-syncing application, BlackBerry Media Sync 2.0. The latest version of BlackBerry Media Sync will let you synchronize songs and playlists from the Windows Media Player's library to your BlackBerry, in addition to syncing music from iTunes. You'll be able to download BlackBerry Media Sync 2.0 to your PC for free from RIM's site when the software becomes available today (there's a … Read more