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.

Plextor PX-128 M2S 128 GB SSD Review – XSReviews

Who knew Plextor made SSDs? Well they do and theyre sitting pretty with a new SATA III drive. Its part of the M2 range and is known fully as the Plextor PX-128M2S. Theres plenty of shelf life improving features that are all well and good, but youre here for the performance numbers. So without furtherado, I present to you my …

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Logitech N600 Touch Lapdesk Review @ Everything USB

Everything USB is pleased to announce our latest review on Logitech N600 Touch Lapdesk. Logitech has once again extended and expanded their laptop Lapdesk accessory lineup. This time, instead of adding in speakers or cooling fans, or other miscellaneous features, their latest creation comes with a much more usable feature: a large 5″ pullout touchpad. The N600 Lapdesk still is …

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Cooler Master Gemin II S524 Heatsink Review @ Ninjalane

New heatsink review for those looking for a low profile solution and are not concerned with overclocking. System cooling can be handled in a variety of ways. Most enthusiast systems take a brute force approach by using oversized coolers and extensive case modifications to get the best airflow possible. Unfortunately not every system is built like that so you have …

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Kingston HyperX 240GB SSD Review @ Vortez

Kingstons most recent product release just last week sees their very first SSD launch under the HyperX branding.HyperX being their premium label for enthusiasts, professionals and gamers. That isnt all though, this is the first SSD by Kingston using the SATA3 interface. The HyperX SSD first appeared at CES 2011, at the beginning of the year but was only officially …

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Sharkoon Vaya Review – XSReviews

Sharkoon produce a variety of cases aimed at gamers and average home PC users. By offering value and economy editions as well, they open themselves up to all kinds of markets. The Vaya is just one of their many economy cases aimed at hardware enthusiasts and gamers alike. Full story at XS Reviews.

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AMD Radeon 6950 Triple CrossFireX Review @ eTeknix.com

Looking at the title, we’ve called this a review, but in reality, it’s not really as we won’t be looking at the hardware used in their own entity but instead will be purely  focusing on the performance that three 6950 Radeon’s can output when put into a multi GPU configuration. If like me, you crave the very best frame-rates in …

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Thermaltake TR2 800W Power Supply review @ Kitguru

Thermaltake have expanded their portfolio in recent years and today they sell a huge cross section of components such as CPU coolers, computer cases and power supplies. Today we are looking at one of their latest power supply designs, the TR2 800W. The TR2 800W is a 80 Plus Bronze Certified power supply with a high emphasis on achieving the …

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