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Björn Endre is Mr Bjorn3D himself. He started the site in 1996 and has been busy reviewing countless products since then as well as working on the HTML of the page.

Google presents new Nexus 7

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As expected Google yesterday announced and showed the new Nexus 7 tablet that will be released end of july in the US and soon afterwards in selected countries. 

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Halo: Spartan Assault (Win Phone 8, Win8 RT and Win8)

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Halo is one of those games that will be talked about for many years. Not only did it in many ways help make the first Xbox a success, it also was the game that at least for me proved that you can play a first person shooter (FPS) on a …

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Compulab introduces ARM-based Ubuntu-PC for $99

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We live in exciting times when it comes to PC’s. It seems that each day we see new mutations of the classic PC. We have Chromebooks, small USB-sticks with Android and now soon also a ARM-based mini-PC running Ubuntu.

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New Angry Birds Star Wars coming July 15

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Do you like Angry Birds Star Wars? Then you might want to be prepared for July 15th when the company behind the hit, Rovio, is teasing something new is coming. 

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Zotac GeForce GTX760 AMP! Edition

NVIDIA continues to push out GPU’s in the 7xx-series and today it is time for the GTX760 , a mid-level card that will replace the GTX660 Ti. Zotac sent us their pre-overclocked Zotac GeForce 760 AMP! Edition-card, which turned out to be a good performer.

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Zotac GeForce GTX 770

Hot on the heels of the GeForce GTX 780 Nvidia has released a “new” GPU, the GeForce GTX 770. While sharing the name of the GTX 780 it is more of a refresh of the GTX 680 with higher clocks and a lower price. Zotac of course have several GeForce …

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Zotac GeForce GTX 780

Hot on the heels of the GTX Titan comes the new GTX780 that uses the same type of GPU as we see in the GTX Titan. Zotac of course is one of the companies coming out with their own GTX780 card and we have taken it for a spin to …

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ZOTAC GTX Titan AMP! Edition

Do you think the regular NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan is too slow? Need a bit more speed in that delicious expensive single-GPU package? Then Zotac has just the products for you. The ZOTAC GeForce GTX TITAN AMP! Edition is, according to Zotac at least, the fastest single GPU card and …

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Mushkin Unveils ProSpec SSD for Enterprise

Mushkin launches ProSpec series SSDs target toward enterprise market. The SSDs deliver random read and write performance of 80K and 42K IOPS and sustained transfer rate of 560 MB/s. Storage capacities ranges from 100GB to 400GB. The drive uses SandForce SF-2582 controller and enterprise MLC flash (eMLC) for higher durability …

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Plex going freemium – is it the end of the world?

I know I am not alone using Plex for media consumption. I would say it is by far my favorite Media Center Software, much because it handles all my media in the background (getting information about movies and TV-series episodes) and then allows me to access it on my iPad, …

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Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad

The iPad has come a long way since it was introduced a few years ago. While most people probably still use it primarily for gaming and entertainment there is no question that it also slowly is starting to be used for more professional uses, many of which really benefit from …

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Welcome to Bjorn3D 2012

People who have been visiting us for a long time know that try to update the site at least once a year just to keep things fresh. This year the update isn't so big in the design department but bigger behind the scenes as we have moved the site from …

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AMD presents 2012 A-Series APU (Trinity)

AMD today unveiled the next generation APUs for notebooks: Trinity. With more performance, Eyefinity-support and more improvements it looks like the perfect companion for those new Ultrathin laptops.

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Why is Firefox so crap on my Mac?

Yesterday Firefox was updated to version 11. I was hoping that this new version would actually take care of its absolutely crappy behaviour on my Mac Book pro but guess what …. it doesn't. I installed it last night, had Firefox open with 2 tabs (yes, there was 2 small …

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Moving to WordPress

After building the site by myself for over 16 years now (man, has bit been that long …) I'm finally making the move over to WordPress. Once mainly a blogg-tool, WordPress has definitely matured and I would say today is a competent CMS-tool also. I've been working with the Builder iThemes …

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Kingston Wi-Drive 16 GB & Seagate GoFlex Satellite 500 GB

The mobile device market is booming, and more and more users want a bit more space to store movies and video for their tablets or smartphones. These two devices should do the job well!

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Compro IP70 Network camera

The Compro IP70 is a network camera that offers a lot of features including dual video streams, LED’s for night-vision and professional software for easier surveillance.

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ZOTAC GeForce GTX 580 AMP²! Edition

The ZOTAC GeForce® GTX 580 AMP²! Edition is the flagship GTX580-card from Zotac and is not only pre-overclocked but also comes with 3 GB memory and a Zalman VF3000 cooler.

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Swiftech H20-220 Edge Watercooling Kit

Today we have a look at the Swiftech H20-220 Edge liquid cooling kit and how it performs. Is it worth your hard earned cash? Read more to find out.

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Llano vs. Sandy Bridge: HTPC Performance

The AMD A3850 APU is a capable APU for the mainstream user. It has a lot of potential as part of an HTPC. We’ve compared it to an Intel Sandy Bridge Core i3-2100T/H67 combo to see who can make the best HTPC.

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GIGABYTE GTX 560 OC

With varieties of the GTX-5xx lineup appearing at an astonishing rate, we are glad to see the GIGABYTE GTX-560 OC in the lab and on the test bench.

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XFX WarPAD Gaming Surface

XFX brings a new mousepad to the gaming market. The WarPAD is designed to eliminate many common issues faced by gamers. Read on to find out more.

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NZXT Sentry Mesh

The Sentry Mesh is the latest controller from NZXT and has some nice features all wrapped up into a simple 5.25″ form factor.

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SAPPHIRE HD 6770 1GB REVIEW

The Sapphire HD 6770 is really an updated HD 5770 giving it HDMI 1.4a and stereoscopic 3D support. It remains good value for those seeking a cool, quiet, 3D capable card that can still hold its own in modern games.

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Cubitek Tattoo Pro Case

The Cubitek Tattoo Pro is a new case from Cubitek. It features a unique design and some new features but the quality could be a concern.

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Icy Dock MB974SP-B Internal HD Bay

The Icy Dock MB974SP-B Internal HD Bay is a unique and effective way to swap hard drives without actually opening the case. The unique tool less design makes it remarkably simple to use.

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SAPPHIRE Radeon HD 6670 1GB

The Sapphire HD6670 1GB card is great budget card for people looking to upgrade an old system or looking to build an HTPC.

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NZXT HALE90-750-M Power Supply

The NZXT-750-M is a solidly build power supply. It’s made from quality parts and does what it was designed for–providing a stable source of power at a reasonable price point.

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Zalman Z9 Plus Mid-Tower Case

The Zalman Z9 Plus mid-tower case is a good choice for mainstream users, enthusiasts, and budget users alike. With good features, great ventilation, and an affordable price tag, it is a worthy addition to any system.

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GIGABYTE Radeon HD 6990

The GIGABYTE HD 6990 is a dual GPU beast that can take on any job. We’ve pushed this card to the edge, testing it on an Eyefinity setup. Keep reading to find out what this powerhouse can do.

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Thermaltake V9 BlacX Mid-Tower Case

The Thermaltake V9 BlacX is a mid-tower case, and the latest addition to Thermaltake’s V series line of computer cases.

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MSI N550GTX-Ti Cyclone II Graphics Card

The GTX550 Ti is an ideal contender for mid-range gaming systems. With quality and performance, this card would be a great choice for mainstream users who still want a capable graphics card.

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Sapphire 5850 Xtreme

The Sapphire HD5850 Xtreme Edition is a great reboot of a very successful card. With a low price tag, it looks attractive for buyers, but can it keep up with newer cards? Keep reading to find out.

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HIS HD6870 IceQ X Turbo X

The HIS HD6870 IceQ X Turbo is a factory overclocked card that deserves to be called one of the fastest HD6870’s currently available. Add to that a silent and efficient cooler and we have a winner.

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Kingston 12GB HyperX T1 Black Edition Memory Kit

The Kingston 12GB HyperX T1 Black Edition memory is well designed, and looks attractive. However, will it stand up to other memories in performance? Read on to find out what this memory kit can do.

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AMD HD6790

The AMD HD6790 is aimed to bridge the gap between the HD5770 and the HD6850. In essence it is a lesser version of the HD68xx series. Read on to find out what it can do.

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HIS HD6850 and HIS HD6850 IceQ X Turbo

The HIS HD6850 and the HIS HD6850 IceQ X Turbo are two cards that not only offer a lot of performance for a low price, but also have a lot of headroom for overclocking.

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Razer Ferox

The Razer Ferox is an outstanding portable speaker system with powerful sound. With 360 degree omni-directional this product is bound to surprise.

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NZXT Sentry LXE Fan Controller

The NZXT Sentry LXE is specifically designed for user convenience. Unlike other fan controllers it is unique and is not restricted to either PCI or 5.25″ format, and has an interactive touchscreen design.

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Seagate Constellation.2: 2.5” Enterprise Hard Drive

  Seagate’s Constellation.2 is the first 2.5” enterprise level 1TB hard drive. With 7200RPM, 64MB Cache, and a 6 Gbps interface, it is designed for the highest level of performance.

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