Tuesday, December 16, 2003
Daily mailbox: Bjorn3D, myWORLD Hardware, Designtechnica, G3D, TrustedReviews — Cormac @ 17:19
Micro Solutions Backpack 120 Review @ Bjorn3D
“With the large amount of data that we have today comprising of spreadsheets, images, videos and music having a easy way of transporting them from one computer to another is a must. We’ve taken a look at a solution to this problem: the Micro Solutions Backpack 120 GB HD."
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KingMax PC-3500 (DDR433) Memory module Reviewed @ myWORLD Hardware
"This time around, they have something for those who have the need to push beyond PC-3200 barrier. As more overclockers need more headroom to spare, KingMAX introduces its new DDR-433 SDRAM module which they believe is the best choice for avid overclockers. As part of the SuperRAM series, this is something different from the norm. Of course there are other memory modules which touch even PC-4000 but KingMAX is more focused towards regular overclockers with a smaller budget in mind. With no further ado, let´s take a closer look at KingMAX´s 256MB DDR-433 Memory Module (PC-3500)."
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HP dvd400i DVD writer review @ Designtechnica
"The HP dvd400i has a lot going for it in the way of reliability and software features but fails in the performance category. DVD and CD write times are sub par and while the drive can read DVD+R/RW media, it cannot write to this type of media. And while HP includes all of the necessary software for you to get going, it runs in the background slowing down your system. Computer novices should be happy with the overall package, but hardcore computer users should look elsewhere. For $199 you should be able to purchase a drive that writes both DVD media formats."
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Fluance AV-HTB Home Theatre 5 Speaker System Review @ G3D
"WTF? What´s a home theatre setup doing on a computer hardware site?" Good question. Look at the price. Understand now? Good. With all these "home-theatre PCs" becoming the rage, and with Bill Gates giving us an annual reminder that computers will start integrating with everything in your house, it seems that..."
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Evesham Voyager 64 notebook @ TrustedReviews
"Beating at the heart of the Voyager 64 is an Athlon 64 3200+. Now I’ve seen a lot of machines with AMD’s new 64bit processor inside, but they’ve all been desktop PCs. This is the first notebook computer I’ve seen with an Athlon 64 inside it, and it brings with it a new age of mobile computing, the 64bit age."
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