OK, het is een beetje laat: Fastgraphics heeft een HCC Coverage gepost met spul over de afgelopen HCC dagen.
Hier wat stuff over Diamond:
I've been talking to Diamond's PR manager for Northern Europe, Neil McGuinness. He told me some interesting things about Diamond. First of all Diamond will (surprise, surprise) most likely be among the first to jump onto the Voodoo 3 bandwagon. Secondly, Neil pretty much agrees with me that 3Dfx's choice to make the Voodoo 3 chipset incapable of using the AGP DME functionality might not be the smartest move out there, most of all since the initial specs show that the maximum memory size will be 16 Meg... Time will tell about that though.
Unfortunately Diamond wasn't able to show me the new Rio MP3 player, they had been shipped in from the far East, but they didn't get to the Netherlands in time.
I did get to see (well, hear actually ;-) one of the new Monster Sound MX300's and it sounded great.. Unfortunately the environment was very noisy, and only two speakers were connected, but it sounded great anyway.. I've been playing a bit with the new A3D 2.0 demo's and the positioning with two speakers seems to have increased quite a bit over the previous A3D 1.0 products. I will get a MX300 very soon, and you can expect a head to head with Creative's Sound Blaster Live within two weeks.