ATI TV Wonder VE Remote Control Edition Review @ Tweaknews.net
"Having a product that is cheap and so easy to install, the ATI TV Wonder Remote Control Edition is by far a great buy. For ~US$75, you can compliment your videocard with a whole multimedia suite that is simple to use and proven to work flawlessly. As I have said before, once you have TV on your computer, you will never be without it again."
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VisionTek Xtasy 9800 Pro 128MB Review @ Bjorn3d.com
"In this review, I will compare the Xtasy 9800 Pro to the recently reviewed MSI GeForce FX 5900, which both have 128MB DDR. For testing, I used the following benchmarks and games: Futuremark´s 3DMark2001 SE Build 330, 3DMark2003 Build 330, Codecreatures Benchmark Pro, Unreal Tournament 2003, Gun Metal, Papyrus´ NASCAR 2003 and C&C Generals. In all tests, performance is set to "Quality" to create the best image quality."
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I4U News: MP3 SuperDisk Wrist Watch
"Most likely the MP3 Watch is manufactured in China. We found a japanese store that features the watch with some specification.
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Gainward / MSI FX 5600 (Ultra) Review @ K-Hardware
"With the GeForce FX 5600 boards from MSI and Gainward there popular mainstream boards on the market. We wrote a 11 pages review which includes the FX 5600 with 256MB memory from MSI and the overclocked FX 5600 Ultra from Gainward, for outperforming the 9600 Pro?"
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Vantec Nexus NXP-101 & NXP-201 review @ myWORLD Hardware
"Modders and overclockers would normally spend tons of cash to cool down their systems with fans & cooling accessories. However the most overclockers lack control over their cooling fans and they have no idea what is going on in their computer without going through their system monitors running on the taskbar. Sometimes, one might want to turn down the noise generated by casing fans and maybe a much more convenient way..."
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SteelPad 4S Gaming Mousepad @ KEPTech.net
"The gaming community is growing at a very fast pace. In the case of online gaming, there is competition Ė very strong competition. With online First Person Shooter games, all the players want the best rig to run their game smoothly; the best sound system to strategically locate the enemies, and the best mouse to quickly and accurately target them. If you have ever played any first person shooter games, youíll know that the mouse is almost as important as the computer.
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I4U Review: FancyLogic 101 USB Flash Drive/MP3 Player Review
The nice folks from Fancylogic in Hongkong sent as another interesting small MP3 Player. Last time we reviewed the FancyLogic Napa 128MB MP3 Player. This time its the FancyLogic Techno Series 101.
This Player is actually a 128MB USB Flash-Drive at its core. With the attachable Battery and control unit it becomes a MP3 Player and Voice Recorder. This is a pretty intriguing concept especially considered the low price tag.
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Chaintech Apogee A-FX71 Geforce FX5600 Ultra Ver2 @ MonkeyReview
"The results are enough to speak for themselves. Iím impressed with the overall performance and look of the Chaintech A-FX71 FX5600 Ultra v2. There is little doubt in my mind that the A-FX71 would look stellar in almost any environment that would allow it to be shown off. As mentioned at the start of this review, the card is a little more expensive than many of the budget cards available. The upshot is that youíre getting a fair amount for your money; a lucrative bundle combined with a high performing and good looking card."
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XTrac Zoom Mouse Pad @ EOC
"Mousing surfaces can be a big deal to the extreme gamer, especially in first person games where accuracy and precision is important. There are many types of mouse pads out there. Some are made of plastic, aluminum, and even glass. There are many different aspects that make a mouse pad good besides controlling the mouse. Durability, size, and maintenance are all factors that should be taken into consideration when buying a pad."
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Bjorn3D reviews the Samsung SyncMaster 192T
"While TFT monitors once both were expensive and unsuitable for gaming things have changed dramatically the last year. Today we have posted a review of the Samsung SyncMaster 192T. This 19" TFT monitor might not be aimed at the gamer but we still put it through the paces with both office applications and games and found it to be a very nice monitor."
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