Category: DV Hardware

  • CES room rates dropping due to credit crisis

    About 1.5 years ago when the credit crisis started unfolding few people outside the financial sector noticed consequences but in the last couple of months nearly every industry started to get affected by this worldwide recession. People are consuming less, major manufacturers are cutting back their production and thousands are getting fired. I just read […]

  • Back from NEXT Expo

    Today I went to the NEXT expo in Brussels. This new show brands itself as a gaming, electronics and IT expo but unfortunately it was mainly about gaming so it wasn’t as interesting for DV Hardware as I had hoped. Full coverage of the event will be published on DV Hardware asap, probably tomorrow. There […]

  • Going to NEXT Gaming, Electronics & IT expo this weekend

    This weekend I’m going to NEXT to cover this new gaming and consumer electronics event for DV Hardware. To be honest, I’m not sure what to expect from this expo as it’s the first edition of this show. The NEXT event has grown out of a gaming expo called Gamepower Expo which used to take […]

  • Just in: 32GB USB drive from Kingston

    UPS stopped by a couple of hours ago to deliver another package. In it was a new 32GB USB drive from Kingston – a review of this device will follow within a couple of days at DV Hardware. It’s pretty amazing how big these drives have become. I got my first USB drive five years […]

  • DV Hardware was slashdotted

    DV Hardware was on Slashdot and Engadget this weekend with an article about a new “supercomputer” for medical research from the University of Antwerp that uses four GeForce 9800GX2 graphics cards to do its magic. What makes this system to special is that this GPGPU powerhouse enabled these researchers to create their own low-cost supercomputer, […]