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TSSDR Tech Affiliate Reviews for June 6, 2013

Taipei City, Taiwan is buzzing with news this week as Computex 2013 is underway. Some of the top technology media personal are here covering the most up-to-date technology releases. HIGHLIGHT REVIEW Corsair Looks Outside the Box @ TechnologyX Corsair is starting Computex 2013 off with style as it has unwrapped two new additions to the Carbide line – Air 540 and 330R. Prioritizing …

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Affiliate Tech Reviews for August 3, 2012

How long have you lived where you do? I moved to Niagara, Ontario in 1995 and until yesterday had never truly toured Toronto.  A regular traveller, we usually only go to Toronto for hockey games.  With the arrival of our friends from  South Carolina we ventured to Toronto via the Go Train. What a great experience! We purchased a scenic bus tour, which also gave …

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CM Storm Trooper Case Review @ Hardware Secrets

The Trooper is the latest full-tower case from Cooler Masters gaming division, CM Storm, and comes with all the ells and whistles that you  can imagine. Lets check it out. Here is a snippet: “CM Storm is the gaming division from Cooler Master, and their latest full-tower case, the Trooper, is a true  monster with nine expansion slots. Let’s see …

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Fractal Design Core 3000 Case Review @ eTeknix.com

Fractal Design are a Swedish brand who specialise in the engineering and designing of cases. Their concept is to provide products with an extraordinary design level, without compromising the important factors of quality, functionality and pricing. . They took the market by the throat back in 2009 when the extremely popular and somewhat revolutionary Define R2 was released and soon …

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Antec Solo-II Computer Case @ Benchmark Reviews

Stark, quiet and commanding; like a monolith, the Solo II has an immaculate appearance which belies its sophistication. By listening and responding to the demands of their customers, Antec has perpetuated the viability of the popular Sonta series of quiet computing cases. They’ve realized that the quiet computing segment contains gamers and system builders with needs beyond pure aesthetics. With …

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