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  1. Creative X-Fi Titanium HD review

    Creative X-Fi Titanium HD review

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    As the best-known manufacturer of gaming sound cards, Creative dominated PC audio for a few years in the middle of the decade. It had the most to lose as gamers adopted a more laissez faire attitude to aural effects.

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    Creative X-Fi Xtreme Audio Notebook review

    Creative X-Fi Xtreme Audio Notebook review

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    Creative has been in the PC sound business for so long we've come to expect great things from it. Yet with rivals offering similar products that are often cheaper, it's had to fight back hard.

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    Creative X-Fi Xtreme Audio Notebook review

    Creative X-Fi Xtreme Audio Notebook review

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    Creative's high-end audio hardware gets resized to notebook level in this iteration of the company's X-Fi family, which is welcome news for those disappointed with their lappy's onboard audio (which, to be fair, is rarely up to snuff).

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    Creative X-Fi Xtreme Audio review

    Creative X-Fi Xtreme Audio review

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    Laptop technology may be constantly moving forward, but when it comes to audio in your machine, things are a great deal slower. If you want to add better sound you'll need to add a plug-in card, such as this.

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    Creative X-Mod review

    Creative X-Mod review

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    We love Creative's X-Fi soundcards, so we were best pleased to hear about this external device. The X-Mod is an external audio resampling device designed to tart your MP3s up to a higher quality

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    Creative X-Fi Xmod USB sound card review

    Creative X-Fi Xmod USB sound card review

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    Laptops - now outselling desktops in the UK - are undeniably great. This review, for example, is being typed on a three-quarter-sized keyboard in the waiting room of a doctor's surgery.

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    Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Gamer review

    Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Gamer review

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    What happens when you become so successful that everyone else just gives up trying? Creative is doing a pretty good job of solving this Gordian problem. Last year's X-Fi topped its own superlative Audigy interms of onboard processing power

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