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The EPoX 8RDA+ is a fine addition to the available nForce2 motherboards. It’s well-designed and documented and comes with plenty of options and accessories. Its BIOS is highly configurable and overclocker friendly. Sound, USB, FireWire, and Ethernet support are all top-notch as well. No related posts. Read More »

Antec LANBOY Case Review

With aluminum construction, an included carry strap, a side window, LED fans, and a little custom modding, the Antec LANBOY is a light and capable LAN rig worthy of showing off at LAN events. No related posts. Read More »

Brother HL-1850 Laser Printer

I really like the Brother HL-1850 Laser Printer. For $500, it’s hard to believe you’d be able to find a better printer with similar paper-handling in its price range. No related posts. Read More »

SmartDisk USB 2.0 Portable Hard Drive

For a speedy, reliable and portable storage solution, you really can’t go wrong with SmartDisk USB 2.0 Portable Hard Drives. At 7200RPM and 80GB, there isn’t much that can’t be put on this hard drive. It’s a simple and convenient way to trade and back up files, especially if you have Windows XP. No related posts. Read More »

NVIDIA Quadro FX Preview

With Cg being integrated into the big three of DDC application and given that the Quadro FX is the most advanced workstation graphics solution at these modest price points, NVIDIA’s Quadro FX1000 and Quadro FX2000 are poised to be big hit. No related posts. Read More »

Belkin USB Flash Drive

USB flash drives are wonderfully simple and useful. Belkin’s offering is no exception. It’s stylish, compact enough to fit in a USB slot without muscling other devices out of the way, and performs as well or better than its peers. No related posts. Read More »

Logitech MX500 & MX300 Optical Mice

Logitech’s MX line of mice includes a mouse suited for everyone, from basic users to hardcore gamers. The MX 300 and MX 500 are excellent mice and are definitely worth a look if you need or want a new mouse. No related posts. Read More »

Belkin Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo

Whether you’re interested in the mobility options provided by wireless peripherals or if you just want to get rid of those @#%$ cables, the Belkin Wireless Keyboard and Mouse bundle is a high performing option at a very reasonable price. No related posts. Read More »

Thrustmaster Tacticalboard Review

With 42 programmable keys and additional comm. Keys, it’s more than anyone can hopeful in a left hand game controller. The included software, Game Commander 2 (even though it’s a teaser version) and Teamsound, are added bonuses. No related posts. Read More »

Leatherman’s Squirt: The LAN Gamers Friend

Most LAN gamers know that things don’t always go like they should and last minute tweaks and repairs aren’t uncommon. The worst time for that to happen is when you don’t have any tools handy but Leatherman may have just the solution for that problem… No related posts. Read More »

G.I. Combat

Peace sells, but who’s buying? Not KenShima, he’s reviewing G.I. Combat, a new WWII RTS game. No related posts. Read More »

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