Microsoft plans to make a "Release Candidate" build of its latest operating system, Windows 7, available for anyone to download May 5. Once installed the preview won't expire until June 2010 so anyone wanting to try it out has more than a year to decide before they need to make a decision. Both 32-bit and 64-bit versions will be available in English, German, Japanese, French, and Spanish. Arstechnica has an in depth look at one of the earlier betas if you want to see whats improved since Vista and whats completely new.
Easily Switch Between Two Hi -Def Sources and Two Mirrored Displays with the Gefen 2x2 Switcher for HDMI v1.3
Sony has just unveiled their Bravia Z5500 line. Top of the feature list is Motionflow 200Hz, which outputs 200fps and comes teamed up with Image Blur Reduction, which Sony claims "cleans" up the newly created extra frames to stamp out motion blur. Also on board is an Ethernet socket which opens the Bravia Z5500 up to DLNA media streaming (from a PC or DLNA-enabled media server) and AppliCast, Sony's selection of online services. This lets you access RSS feeds and view widgets on-screen while you're watching TV. The Sony Bravia Z5500 comes in 40, 46 and 50-inch sizes, all with full HD 1920 x 1080 resolutions.
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