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“Matrox G400 single head”

published 11/07/2001

AdvantagesA fairly good allround budget card

DisadvantagesIts not ever going to give you excelent 3D performance

...notice the difference straight away. Unreal tournament looked about ten times better and was very smooth. The Matox page is still providing me with drivers for it. Unfortunately the Matrox really excels at 2D graphics and while I can still play the latest games, they will never look as good as they could. One thing I have noticed about the card is that it is very unstable when using the latest d...

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AdvantagesGreat price, good speed, nice design, comfortable keypad

Disadvantagespoor battery life, poor video card, tinny sound

...It has to be mentioned that the Lenovo G550 can be purchased with different amounts of memory and RAM, my model has a 500GB hard drive and 4GB RAM, i purcahsed mine from "Save on Laptops" for a very reasonable £400. positives The Lenovo G550, has a matt finish which is excellent as it looks proffesional and is less likely to scratch - which for many people is important. I...

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“Buy one now”

published 02/04/2001

AdvantagesPrice, features

DisadvantagesFussy on hardware, audio sync issue

...ex vat Rivals: Pinnacle DV500 (£499 ex vat) and various firewire only cards (some for under £50) plus the Canopus range of which I am ignorant (so please compare). Bear in mind the cheap firewire cards get the video in and out of your box but the software bundled with them is dire - a copy of Premiere will set you back around £400 so suddenly the Matrox makes a whole load of sense) Key features...

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