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Standard definition, something your Grandma's TV can produce effortlessly, is sometimes the hardest signal a HDTV to processes. Jagged lines appear, colors can roll vertical on the screen, and everything just looks crappy. Unfortunately for every HDTV owner, not every station is broadcasti

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So you've thrown down some major cabbage and gotten yourself a serious gaming PC for the new year, and now you want a mouse just as fitting -- well look no further than Razer's DeathAdder, say the guys over at ExtremeTech. They took the sinisterly-named peripheral for a spin, all the while pitting i

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If you've got no use for the LCD-equipped G15 keyboard, but still lust for dozens of extra buttons to push, you might be interested in the slightly less costly G11. Logitech's self-proclaimed \"gaming keyboard\" sports the same basic features as its more luxurious sibling, but omits the LCD in favor

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The most telling line from ExtremeTech's review of the $99.99 Logitech MX Revolution mouse -- which we also got our hands upon recently -- is: \"The MX [comes] with a learning curve\". The reason for this? An inordinate number of features that results in a mouse that takes some getting used to. Starti

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If you are interested in the nitty-gritty of HDTV projections sets, this article is for you buddy. This is Extreme Tech's round two of their LCoS Shootout where they go in detail about the testing. And let me tell you, they did extensive testing. Before they just shoot numbers at you, they explain i

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