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Kingston 32gb Wi-Drive Review @ Review the Tech

Kingston has long been known for their computer memory, flash cards, flash drives and their Apple peripherals. Well maybe not the last category but Kingston is planning on addressing that deficiency with the release of their Wi-Drive. This new Kingston drive is a Wi-Fi integrated portable storage device that allows file sharing between iPod Touch Gen 3 and 4, iPhone …

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Roccat Valo Max Customization Gaming Keyboard Review @ Hi Tech Legion

The Roccat Valo was designed to be beyond the average gaming keyboard. With over 41 macro keys, the Roccat Valo can record and store a massive amount of shortcuts on its 2MB memory. Combined with four switchable layers and five profiles, the Roccat Valo offers maximum customization not just for in-game macros but for multimedia and productivity as well. Macros …

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MSI X460 Laptop Review (Core i7) @ Kitguru

MSI have been releasing some very capable gaming and business systems in the last year. Today we are looking at their latest X460 machine, which is aimed at a user who demands maximum processing power. Our review machine is based around a powerful second generation Core i7 2630QM processor, which should be ideal for intensive tasks, such as 3D rendering …

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Intel Smart Response Technology Showdown w/ GIGABYTE Z68XP-UD3-iSSD Review @ Tweak Town

Intel was quick to fulfill the needs of their customer base and set their sights on an on-board solution that allows system builders to bring the performance gains of solid state technology to mainstream customers. The end product was the Z68 chipset. Z68 includes Intel’s Smart Response Technology, also known as on-board SSD caching and is part of Intel’s Rapid …

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XtremeMac Tango TRX Speaker Dock Review @ Tech-Reviews.co.uk

The XtremeMac Tango speaker dock is a 2.1 speaker system offering Bluetooth wireless connectivity and conventional docking methods for iPod, iPhone and iPad. Relatively unheard of in the UK, this product immediately got our attention, does it compare with speakers from Bose and Sennheiser? Time to find out in this XtremeMac Tango TRX review¦ Full story at Tech Reviews.

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Antec VP550P 550w PSU Review – XSReviews

Since HardwareSecrets gave us all a beating on our PSU review practices a few years ago, many “ including ourselves “ have been reduced to doing Previews and Unboxings to keep ourselves honest; we didnt have the equipment to do things properly, so we werent going to be false about it. So here we go folks, XSRs first PSU review …

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Lian Li PC-Q25 Mini-Q SFF Chassis Review @ Tweak Town

The PC-Q series from Lian Li have all been small in stature and along the lines improvements and new ideas are incorporated. What we are about to see does get most of its inspiration from the PC-Q11. The idea seems to have been to strip the PC-Q11 of the front I/O and external bays and leave a smooth undisturbed front …

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Corsair TX750M 750W Modular Power Supply Review @ Tweak Town

Corsair recently refreshed their TX series of power supplies. We took a look at both the 750W and 850W versions and found that they were both good units. Our main complaints with the two units were connector availability as the connector selection was a tad outdated. It would seem that we weren’t the only ones to notice this and Corsiar …

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Wesena E5 Ultra Low Profile HTPC Chassis Review @MissingRemote

When selecting the perfect chassis for your home theater PC (HTPC) it can be difficult to strike the right balance between looks and capability. With multiple tuners increasingly becoming available in smaller and varied packages at more competitive prices, the form factor revolution in the client HTPC space made possible by no-compromise integrated processor graphics (IPG) systems is now a …

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Auruora Speaker Kit by Edifier @ Cowcotland

Well, it’s nice to test kits that huge a max swing of his, with large subs that are shaking the foundations of our frail Farm. But we should think a little also to those who do not want the big sound, small footprint, those who want style, aesthetics … Without sacrificing quality. This is where Edifier, a Chinese manufacturer that …

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Dell XPS 8300 Review (Core i5/Nvidia) @ Kitguru

Life in 2011 is hectic, and we dont all have the time or skills necessary to build a PC from the ground up. There are many system makers in the UK, but Dell are assuredly one of the biggest, offering a huge range of solutions to suit every desire and budget. Today we are looking at the compact, yet stylish …

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VisionTek High Performance PC3-12800 8GB Kit Review @ Tweak Town

Pulling our VisionTek kit out of the package, we instantly notice that we’re not dealing with some cheap heatsink which is always a good start. The heatsink itself is quite tall and like most companies who opt for this tall heatsink, it can cause problems with some large coolers, but most of the time you’re able to swing those coolers …

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Bodycount Review (Xbox 360) @ Kitguru

Every so often we hear about a first person shooter thats supposed to break away from the traditional Call of Duty and Battlefield style games that have dominated the market for the most part. Codemasters Bodycount was aiming just for that “ the name itself suggests that youre going to kill more people than Jim Jones in a Kool-Aid store. …

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