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Packard Bell Fast Media PC Remote Control Review @ Tweaknews.net

"The Packard Bell Fast Media Remote Control is a very good addition to a PC that is used for multimedia (whether videos, music, tv, etc). The programmable options and variety of available software make it easily customizable, meaning it can suit nearly anyone´s needs."

Read more at Tweaknews.

I4U News: Suunto readies n3 Microsoft SPOT Watch

"The Suunto n-series use radio frequencies to offer consumers customizable, real-time information. Suunto launched a very cool Flash site for its Suunto n3 SPOT watch. Similar to the Fossil MSNDirect Watch the Suunto n3 will provide a wide variety of information on demand including mobile Internet, e-mail, channels for news, weather, sports and stock quotes, and a calendar.
Suunto does not give an exact date and price yet for its SPOT watch, but it will be available for this Christmas season. We know that the Fossil MSNDirect is going on sale on November 17th for $199.00."

Read more at I4U.

Latest Bios and Drivers updates @ OnlyNewZ

"Latest drivers and bios updates for TYAN, TEAC, Soltek, Realtek, Plextor, Logitech, GigaByte, Epox, ASUS, Abit, Shuttle and nVidia. Stay up to date with the latest drivers!"

Read more at OnlyNewZ.

Designtechnica takes a first look at the Sony Ericsson Z200 mobile phone

"The Sony Ericsson Z200 combines cleverly designed, user-friendly details with unconventional, fun, fashionable design and unrivalled personalization possibilities. It´s a GSM 900/1800/1900 compatible meaning your phone is a world phone as long as you´re in the GSM network.
The Sony Ericsson Z200 is as unique as you are and comes with exchangeable covers, wallpapers and polyphonic ringtones so your phone has a it´s own personality. Check out the off-center placement of the round status display, the handy strap holder, or the coloured keypad; Clever, stylish, Z200."

Read more at Designtechnica.

X-Trac Hammer mousepad review @ DarkVision Hardware

"Well if you thought that your mousepad was big, then check out what we have here today! The X-Trac Hammer is a huge mousepad, with its 43.2cm x 27.9cm (11 X 17) it is practically as big as most keyboards. If you were ever swearing because your mousepad was too small then read this review to see if this is the pad for you."

Read more at DarkVision Hardware.

HWZ review: Hitachi Travelstar 7K60 (7200RPM)

"In terms of performance, there´s really no doubt that the Travelstar 7K60 will deliver high data throughputs and faster access times. This can be felt immediately after you´ve upgraded your notebook, especially when you realize that your Windows XP boot up time has been cut by several seconds."

Read more at HardwareZone.

Crucial 7-in-1 Memory Card Reader @ Madshrimps

"This compact card reader is only 64.9gr light and measures 10.1x7.6x1.45 centimeters! It supports seven different types of cards being Compact flash I/II, IBM Microdrive, Smartmedia, Multimedia, Memory stick and Memory stick pro."

Read more at Madshrimps.

MicroSolutions Backpack External DVDRW drive @ B3D

"Want to burn DVD´s, but you´re out of drive bays? Want to burn both CD´s and DVD´s? Want a portable burner that handles the plethora of competing formats? Bjorn3D just reviewed the drive that fits all those needs, MicroSolutions´ Backpack External DVDRW drive. It´s fast, portable, and solves those compatibility woes."

Read more at Bjorn3D.

MSI FX5900SP VTD256 Review @ 3DChip

This time guys at 3DChip reviewed MSI FX5900SP VTD256 graphics card with cheaper and widely available 2.8ns memory instead of 2.2ns.

Read more at 3DChip.

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