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Friday, February 22, 2013
"Today we'll be reviewing the recently introduced ADATA DashDrive Air AE400, which ADATA describes as a 'wireless storage reader and power bank'. Unlike most of the wireless storage devices on the market, the ADATA AE400 doesn't include any sort of internal storage and relies solely on either external USB drives or SD cards for storage instead..."
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"XFX Radeon HD 7970 Black Edition is based on the fastest GPU from AMD, the Radeon HD 7970, but here overcloced by default. XFX is well known for products with overclocking in mind, and this Graphics Card is noexception. Let us see how it performs in 3D benchmarks and 3D games."
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"Enermax is a well known manufacturer of high quality Power Supply Units. In this review we take a look at the smaller Enermax TRIATHLOR 550W Power Supply Unit. It has two +12 volt rails, sleeved cables and modular connectors. Let us see how this small beast performs."
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"Patriot have taken this little problem and using the connectivity that virtually every modern phone houses these days for wireless networking, they've created a hard drive that you can take anywhere and can connect to multiple devices at the same time, relieving the sharing conundrum and by offering a huge capacity of 320GB in the variant that we are looking at today, vastly improve the space for data on the go."
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"You have all this great music on your iPhone or Android device, but sharing those tunes through the built-in speaker certainly leaves something to be desired. At the same time, you don?t want to necessarily rely on large and bulky speaker docks in order to raise the volume. For times like these, you may be interested in the Mini Rockers Bluetooth Mobile Speaker from Diamond Multimedia."
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"Being one of the manufacturers that is known primarily for producing motherboards and other computer components, Gigabyte has quietly been providing us with some solid peripherals. Its latest keyboard entry, the Gigabyte Aivia Osmium Keyboard, is, clearly, very well constructed, boasting Cherry MX Red mechanical key switches. There are a number of other mechanical keyboards out there from which to choose, and Benchmark Reviews will explain why the feature-rich Gigabyte Aivia Osmium mechanical gaming keyboard should be among those on your consideration short list... "
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We take a look at Origin's EON17-S gaming laptop. This beast features dual SSDs in RAID 0, a quad-core CPU and a 680M GPU."
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Saturday, June 26, 2010
"HTPCs and media centres are growing in popularity as our houses become far more linked in terms of media. However, these systems can still be too expensive for some, or too big, too complicated; what's a guy to do? One option it seems is to get yourself a network media player. Today we're reviewing one such device, the AC Ryan Playon!HD."
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"Today for review I've got the new Arctic MX-4 thermal compound from Arctic Cooling. This new compound improves on the MX-3 in that it's easier to apply and it's less expensive as well. The performance isn't exactly record shattering, but it does better than the couple others I put it up against, so I guess that counts as something right? Read on.. "
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"ASUS has been cranking out the motherboards lately, or actually, I suppose I should say they are continuing to crank out the motherboards. In particular, they have been pushing out more than a few of their Republic of Gamers boards. These are ASUS? flagship line and usually contain not only top notch features, but are also capable of top notch performance. We have taken a look at the Maximus III Extreme for Socket 1156, the Crosshair IV Formula for AMD AM3 CPUs and now have our hands on the X58 based Rampage III Extreme. This board is a monster on paper and at just under $370 on NewEgg.com, it also has a monster price. With that in mind, let?s take a look at this board and see if it can live up to the hefty price tag and lead the ROG crew."
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?The ASUS vh232h is a 23″ LCD display with a 5ms response time, 20,000:1 contrast ratio, and a full 1080p 1920?1080 resolution. Add in HDMI connectivity and built-in speakers, this wall-mountable display is candidate for some serious gaming, movie-watching, or, well, Farmville-ing (if you?re of that persuasion). ThinkComputers has the review.
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"The BeQuiet! SilentWings USC und Pure Fan Series arrived Technic3D. The silent 140mm Fan with ~16 dB(A), Fluid Dynamic Bearing and many more for your Case or CPU-Cooling can you see in the following Review on Technic3D. The Pure Series better than the USC?"
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"Being in the review game, I know I have to keep newer products in my PC just so I have parts on hand to be able to test new coolers with. I abused my 9800 GTX+ pretty good over the past year, but it was time to move on to bigger and better things. That in mind, I decided to go with a pair of EVGA GTX 470 SC?s to run in SLI. Out of the box these cards were warm and in my pursuit to beat the snot out of them for benchmarks, I soon found the 470 to be nothing less than a nine and a half inch inferno, especially with the BIOS fan profile. Changing the fan profile to a more aggressive slope was some help, but definitely not the solution I needed if I planned to be able to get the last drop out of my cards. After a couple of emails back and forth with Danger Den, they agreed to send over a pair of their latest creations. I am very pleased to present today?s samples, the DD-GTX 470 full coverage water blocks. Danger Den offers two variations on this design. There is a Nickel plated version and the version we have today, a smooth satin, exposed copper finish. From the way I see it, the Nickel is nice, as it adds an oxidation free finish that is a lot easier to clean than the exposed copper, but does little for the effectiveness of the block itself. With that in mind, both versions of the block should perform similarly. It?s more of a cosmetic choice."
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GIGABYTE has done a decent job with their 870A-UD3 motherboard. The features including SATA 3, USB 3 and USB 3X Power is excellent additions to the standard motherboard feature set. Performance was just below that of an 890GX chipset which is to be expected. This board has a Core Unlocker that does the job of unlocking the locked two extra cores on a 960T CPU that is headed for the OEM market and the target market of a mainstream motherboard to go along with the AMD 890FX on the high-end has been met with the 870 chipset.
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?High Definition (HD) video is all the rage right now. I don?t think you can find a new digital camera these days does not record video in HD. With video being easier to capture and all of the video sharing sites out there pocket video cameras are really popular right now. They are small devices to make it really easy to record video and most record in HD. Today we will be looking at one such device, the Zi8 from Kodak. It features 1080p 16:9 video capture, an SD/SDHC card slot, and an external microphone jack to record stereo sound. Geeks.com was nice enough to send the Kodak Zi8 Pocket HD Video Camera over, they are a great place to find cheap camcorders."
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