December 2007

White Paper: Touch-Screen Technology

Touch-screen technology - How new displays put the world at your fingertips.

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World in Conflict

Nothing flexes our imagination like alternate history scenarios, and
World in Conflict delivers one that has us on the edge of our seat.
It’s the late 1980s, and the Cold War is far from over. The commies
have already made a push to invade Western Europe, and in a desperate
move, have decided to mount a sneak attack on American shores. It’s
your mission to contain the Soviet invasion and retake Seattle before
the invaders paint the country red.

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Quake Wars: Enemy Territory

When we think of Quake games, we think of fast-paced deathmatches in
their purest no-nonsense form. In Enemy Territory: Quake Wars, the
latest iteration of the shooter franchise, that visceral run-and-gun
experience still makes up the foundation of gameplay, but the
integration of deep teamplay tactics and mission objectives makes this
a whole new multiplayer animal. The meld of cooperative squadplay and
frenzied firefighting makes for compelling matches, but both deathmatch
and tactical purists may find themselves in slightly unfamiliar
territory.

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The Orange Box

Finishing The Orange Box left us in a state of shock. It wasn’t
Half-Life 2: Episode 2’s requisite cliffhanger ending that floored us;
rather, it was the realization that Episode 2 is the low point of the
entire Orange Box package. Portal and Team Fortress 2 completely
eclipse what Valve bills as the “centerpiece” of the bundle.

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KRK VXT 4 Bi-Amplified Studio Monitors

The primary benefit of near-field studio monitors like KRK’s VXT 4s is that they don’t interact with the room. And that’s exactly what you need if you’re mixing down tracks in a sonically challenged environment such as a home recording studio, which probably doubles as your bedroom, living room, or garage.

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Creative Aurvana X-Fi Headphones

We’ve never liked headphones that use active noise cancellation because they simply mask environmental noise by generating background hiss. But Creative’s Aurvana X-Fi headphones are almost good enough to win us over.

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