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Kingston DataTraveler Elite 1GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive

Kingston Technology offers a full line of USB flash drives. The DataTraveler Elite represents the company’s high end in this line. It offers very fast data transfer rates and cool features, making it worth a look for anyone who wants a serious flash drive. Check out this review to see ...

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Lite-On SOHW-1633S (Dual Layer DVD Burner)

With DVD±R/W drives quickly becoming ubiquitous, the market is saturated with different products, and it seems like nearly everyone is getting into the DVD burning fray. Read this review of the Lite-On SOHW-1633S to see if it could meet your needs.

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Antec Phantom 350W PSU

Silent, but not deadly, the Antec Phantom PSU will keep quiet, but keep your PC kicking with 350W of perfect power. Shhhhhh….can you hear that???….me neither!!

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Crucial Ballistix PC2-5300 (667MHz) DDR2 Memory

Crucial has finally entered the enthusiast memory market and has made quite a splash with its Ballistix line. This review covers Crucial’s current flagship DDR2 modules rated at 667MHz (PC2-5300). Two 512MB modules go up against Corsair’s PC2-5400 1GB TwinX kit.

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UPS Roundup: In The Eye Of The Storm

There’s nothing like a series of natural disasters to convince you that a backup power source is an excellent investment! Join us for a look at four different UPS models.

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Gigabyte GeForce 6800 (GV-N68128DH)

Anyone looking at spending about $300 on a new video card should take a look at Gigabyte’s GeForce 6800. It offers a fanless cooling solution and one of the best game bundles I have seen in a long time.

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NVIDIA PCI-Express GeForce 6800 GT

Check out our first look at a high-end PCI-Express video card in the form of NVIDIA’s reference 6800 GT. The card also gets overclocked to Ultra speeds to see what we can expect from NVIDIA’s flagship card. See how the card performs in games like Doom 3, Far Cry and ...

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Samsung 192MP (19in LCD/TV)

Does it seem like more and more products are turning into the Swiss Knife of things to you? First it was the printer/fax, then the printer/fax added scanning and copying. Some of them even let you plug in your media cards so you can print you pictures without turning on ...

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Silverstone TJ06 Case

Once again, Bjorn3d.com brings you a Silverstone case review – this time of their top-end Temjin 6 series with the patented Wind Tunnel. This full-sized box has a lot to offer; does it live on its promise?

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Microsoft Optical Mouse by S+arck

The Microsoft Optical Mouse by S+arck is something as special as a designer mouse which looks just as good on the coffee table as at the computer.

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Asetek Hard Drive Cooler

GPU, CPU and chipset, what more do we need to cool in a computer?Correct, the hard drive! Asetek has released a new hard drive cooler kit that allows you to cool a hard drive together with their, or a competitors, watercooling system. We have tried it to see if it ...

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Ultra X-Connect 500 Watt Modular Power Supply

Ultra really surprised the hardware community by releasing a great looking and solid power supply called the X-Connect, which offers a feature that modding supply stores made popular — a modular design. This allows you to use only the cables you need to reduce clutter in your case. This PSU ...

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Edimax Wireless 802.11g Network

Thinking about dumping the wires in your network? Edimax may have a solution for you!

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nForce4 Technology Preview

nVidia’s nForce4 is finally here! We have a complete scoop on nVidia’s solution for the Networked Digital Media era!

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VisionTek 1GB Go Drive

1GB on the go! Yes, you can take a CD and a half in something smaller than a pack of gum. Put it in your pocket, find a USB port, and take everything you need with you!

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