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Posted on Sunday, March 02 2003 @ 11:13:04 CET by

Here's some news
Some new reviews are coming your way this week, like a review of the CrystalFontz 632 USB LCD screen!
And again our apologies for the downtime.

Once upon a time a “Mouse Pad” was a mouse pad, was a mouse pad, much to the aggravation of just about everybody, but especially gamers and power-users. Then a few years ago, Kyle Bennett of [H]ard|OCP fame designed, developed and marketed the revolutionary mouse pad that became world famous as the “RATPADZ”. Gamers, power-users and anyone requiring a precise mousing surface was overjoyed!!!

Review Link : Systemcooling

CoolerMaster TLF-R82 Neon LED Fan
CoolerMaster, being the design gurus they are, have designed their fan in such a way that their LED wires are slightly recessed between a pair of protective plastic ridges. These ridges are about 1mm high and surround the wire all the way around the fan, minimizing the chance of damage. It’s amazing how much difference a small piece of plastic can make.

Review Link : Tech-Mods

Chenming ATX-301 PC Case Review
Chenming brought us the legendary ATX-901A series PC case which is well known to PC enthusiasts. ANTEC, AMK and Thermaltake all distribute the ATX-901A series with their own unique additions but Chenming started it all. Now lessons have been learned and can Chenming do it again with the ATX-301K?
Review Link : Icrontic



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