Karen Tokar

Believe it or not my interest in computers started before most of my generation even knew what one was. It was that interest and a move to Goose Bay, Labrador that began what would turn out to be a major turning point after the purchase of my first computer. The rest is history as they say.

Corsair Carbide 400R Computer Case @ Benchmark Reviews

It’s easy to build a great computer case if it’s going to retail for $250 or more. Actually, I take that back: judging by some of the cases I’ve seen, maybe it’s not that easy! While a high retail price is no guarantee of quality or usability, it’s certainly more of a challenge to come out with a really great …

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Mass Effect 3 – Expo Preview @ Kitguru

The game feels great. Its not just the updated graphics or changes in gameplay. Everything around you is more solid, has more weight to it.Mass Effect was a game of unbelievable depth, but (dont hit me for this) once it came to action, it was simplistic and unimpressive. Mass Effect 2 kept the depth, and polished the combat. And now, …

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Jabra FREEWAY Bluetooth In-Car Speakerphone Review @ RW Labs

With a very impressive set of features such as crystal clear virtual surround audio, high volume levels, dual noise reduction microphones, voice commands and feedback, multiuse support, built-in motion sensor and A2DP audio streaming you just can’t go wrong with the latest FREEWAY Bluetooth in-car speakerphone by Jabra. Full story at RW Labs.

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Xigmatek Pantheon Full Tower Case Review @Hi Tech Legion

One name derived from Roman culture is the Xigmatek Pantheon. The name “Pantheon” is actually a temple in Rome that is dedicated to the Roman Gods. In this instance, it is a rather impressive computer chassis. The Pantheon is a full tower that supports both mATX and standard ATX motherboards. Built into the Pantheon is a fan controller that features …

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Pocket Boom Portable Vibration Speaker @ TestFreaks

Today for review Ive got a product that just has to be seen or actually heard to be believed. Its a product that I thought was just a gimmick, but I was wrong, very wrong. Its called the Pocket Boom Portable Vibration Speaker, and its a speaker that you can hook to anything with a standard 3.5mm jack. Its much …

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Corsair Force GT 240GB Solid State Drive Review @ Tweak Town

As with any product, the more time you put into refining it, the better the end result. Reference designs may go through several revisions before they will reach optimal performance. That said, as time passes small issues that can cause problems in rare instances are isolated and solutions are implemented on an ongoing basis to make products better. Corsair has …

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Synology USB Station 2 Review @ Tech-Reviews.co.uk

With the amount of USB devices that you can attach to your computer, people are always running out of room for them. Well, today weve got the Synology USB Station 2, which plugs directly into your router to allow access to any USB device over your network. Its small and can be placed anywhere, but how well will it perform? …

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