- NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang to present keynote at Intel Solutions Summit
A fresh press release in from nVidia this morning announces that nVidia's CEO and co-founder "Jen-Hsun Huang" along with vice president of tech. marketing Tony Tamasi will be attending this year's opening of the Intel Solution Summit in Las Vegas. They aim to deliver a keynote which discusses all the goodies for us just around the corner such as PCI Express, 64-bit computing, and an insight to some other big plans for the future. All the details in the official press release here.
SINGAPORE - MARCH 4, 2004 - NVIDIA Corporation, the worldwide leader in visual processing solutions, today announced that Jen-Hsun Huang, president, CEO, and co-founder of NVIDIA, will deliver a keynote address on the opening day of this year's in Las Vegas, March 7-10, 2004. Mr. Huang's presentation will discuss the state of computing and digital media today, and the transitions that can be expected as a result of technology advancements including PCI Express and 64-bit computing.
- 7-way LCD Comparison
This may be enough to turn some of you away from your bulky / heavy old CRT monitor and invest in a slim brand spankin' new LCD. The Tech Report have checked out seven of them for us and also point out the advantages and disadvantages to making the switch from CRT to LCD. A good read if you're looking to pick up a new monitor sometime soon.
IDC IS PREDICTING manufacturers will ship more LCD screens than traditional CRT displays this year. That feat is especially remarkable given the fact LCDs have notoriously poor pixel response times, resolution scaling, and contrast ratios when compared with traditional CRT displays. Don't forget that, inch-for-inch, LCD screens typically cost twice as much as traditional CRT monitors, too.
Why, with all those faults, have LCDs become so popular? Maybe it's lust. Consumers could be turned onto LCD panels because they have more sex appeal than CRT monitors. Maybe it's all about body image. LCD screens are thinner and lighter than CRT monitors, and I hear they have fewer carbs, too. Maybe it's the fact some users can't stand to go back to CRTs after basking in even a moment of the glorious brightness and clarity of typical LCD screens. Whatever the motivation, LCDs are wildly popular.
Thus, we've whipped up a seven-way LCD comparison to commemorate what may turn out to be the year of the LCD. Read on to find out which screen is most likely to tempt you away from that trusty CRT.
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- TekGems 2.5" External USB2 Drive Enclosure @ Monster-Hardware
- Plextor PX-708A Dual Format 8x DVD Writer @ Hardware Zone
- Antec P160 Aluminum Case @ System Cooling
- Thermaltake Damier V5000D Case @ Ohls Place
- Console Emulators: Our Newest Benchmark @ Anandtech
- Sound Blaster Wireless Music @ Whining Dog
- ATI Mobility Radeon 9700 @ Beyond3D
- Graphics Chip Makers to Delay New Products @ XBit Labs
- February 2004 3Digest @ Digit-Life