Sennheiser VMX 200 Bluetooth Headset

VMX 200We have just taken a look at the Sennheiser VMX 200 Bluetooth Headset.  This headset is labeled as a "business" headset and we'll take a look at the features, quality and performance to find out how it performs and stacks up to all of the other headsets we've looked at over the years.  Check it out if you are shopping for a new headset.

In the end, the Sennheiser VMX 200 is a basic headset that will set you back over $100 online and although it has only a few features, it does them pretty well.  As I mentioned in the audio clip above, this "business headset" appeals to those who are all about voice calls and nothing else.

Hardware Kickoff

If you are looking for a piece of hardware that you can use to read books, get on the web, email, play games and more, there are a lot of choices these days.  If you want portability you can go with something like the ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 over at HardwareHeaven today.  Maybe you're looking for something even more basic - such as the Binatone ReadMe Color eReader at HardwareLook and that's all you need.

For some of you though, you are looking for power and portability.  The ASUS N56VM Notebook uses the new Ivy Bridge platform and is wicked fast.  TechReport takes a look.  Another machine that's plenty fast is the Alienware M14X R2 at HardwareHeaven.  This is also packing Ivy Bridge.  HardwareHeaven looks at the obscure Medion Erazer X6821 laptop today as well and scores a hat trick.

Although not really portable, there are a some great options for mini-PCs that connect to your TV or any other screen for that matter.  TweakTown gets up close and personal with the ARCTIC MC001-BD Entertainment Center PC with Blu-Ray.  This is a pretty sharp looking product for a former "pure" cooling company that now has a great lineup of products.  If you want smaller though, you will have to check out the ZOTAC ZBOX Nano XS AD11 Plus over at XSReviews.  This thing is about as small as a hockey puck... but square.


Graphics Card Bundle

HIS Radeon HD 7770 iCooler 1GB GHz - NikKTech --=-- MSI Radeon HD 7850 2GB Power Ed. - TweakTown & TechPowerUp --=-- HIS Radeon HD 7870 IceQ 2GB CrossFire - TweakTown --=-- HIS Radeon HD 7850 iCooler 2GB - NikKTech --=-- PowerColor HD 7850 PCS+ 2GB - TechPowerUp --=-- HIS Radeon HD 7870 IceQ 2GB - eTeknix --=-- Gainward GeForce GTX 680 2GB Phantom - TweakTown --=-- Sapphire HD 7770 Vapor-X 1GB - TechPowerUp

ViewSonic 31.5" 4K LCD Monitor

I have to admit, I almost cried tears of joy when I saw this post over at Engadget.  they are talking about the prototype 4K display from ViewSonic and I couldn't be happier.  We've been stuck at a maximum resolution of 2560x1600 on the PC (single display) for a while now, and this could be loads of awesome.  Unfortunately, you'll need a full Core i7 system to run it - oh, and about the same money as you'd need to buy a car.  Still, cool stuff.

The current iteration requires 2x dual-link DVI, but would be compatible with 2x DisplayPort in the future. ViewSonic reps say the VP3280, which will be marketed towards film studios, broadcasters, photographers and any other professionals in need of a compact 4K display, could ship by the end of the year, costing "about the price of a car."

Cooler Roundup

As we continue through the news this morning, we've got a bunch of cooling reviews to share.  We have a bunch of different cooler reviews coming as well, so make sure to stay tuned as summer is coming and you're PC will thank you!

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