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Posted on Saturday, November 30 2002 @ 13:56:57 CET by


Review : ModRainbow Light Kit
Only a year ago Cold Cathode's were the latest greatest thing on the market for PC modders, now it seems that EVERYBODY has one and the uniqueness of them has died. Although there popularity is still very high, case modders are now looking for other options, other ways of lighting the insides of their cases. One such product attempting to capture this market is the ModRainbow Light Kit.


Review Link : RipNet-UK

Review : SamCheer Crystal Dream Case
Lian Li, Chieftec / Chenming, BLAH personally I'm getting a bit bored with the same cases each time, after doing a few lian li case review it's time for something new, that's when Sam Cheer steps in the ring. Today I'm looking at one of the Clear Cases, this case is actually meant to be used for demonstration use, To show off the insides of your computer. You spend upwards of 2k on your system and you enclose it, why not show it off? First up some information about their company


Review Link : BurnOutPc

ZXMods Cold Cathode DIY Kit Review
More and more cases are coming from the factory with pre-installed windows now. But what is the use of a window without something to light up the interior of your case? With that in mind Greg from ZXMods sent over a cold cathode and assorted parts. Sure you could get a kit, but where's the fun in that?
Blue blue blue..


Review Link : Mikhailtech

Review : Altec Lansing AVS300W Speakers
Want decent sound, but you lack a decent budget? At 50$, you'd think the speakers would be lacking, but we ended up quite impressed.

The AVS 300W's strong point is definitely its sub woofer. Rather than go cheap, Altec Lansing has made a very sturdy woofer. The woofer has been painted white, with the exception of the back, which shows the woofers original press-board color. While not overly powerful, the woofer provides deep, rumbling bass tones that compliment the rich sounds produced by the speakers.
Tha speakers


Review Link : Viper's Lair

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