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Wednesday News bitsies part 4

Posted on Wednesday, April 16 2003 @ 13:51:42 CEST by



AngelMod CCFL Review
Have you often wondered if you had a angel on your shoulder protecting you. Now you can have a angel inside your computer. Will this angel protect your computer from hardware problems and crashes? Not this angel, this AngelMod from SVC is more eye candy for your computer, and this angel has two halos, sweet! Float on a cloud for a bit and check out what I thought about these Angels!


Review Link : Furioustech


Griffin iCurve laptop stand
With more and more users transitioning to Desktop replacements and SFF cases, we have seen an increase in accessories for these new markets and form-factors. Today, we look at Griffin Technologies’ iCurve, a functionally attractive clear-acrylic stand for laptops big and small. Here’s a snip:

“Griffin Technology is a small Macintosh oriented company located in Nashville Tennessee that develops and markets cool accessories and gizmos. Lately, they penetrated into the PC market as well by providing Windows platform drivers to many of their well-known Mac products. With its clear acrylics, the iCurve was designed and marketed for Mac OS Laptops, but now that PC notebooks have embraced recent fashion trends, they too look just as good on the iCurve. In this review, we evaluate the iCurve with an Apple Titanium PowerBook G4.”


Review Link : EnvyNews


EverGlide Attack Pad Optical (From German website)
Vor ca. 1 Jahr haben wir von Caseumbau ja schon einmal ein Mausepad von Everglide testen dürfen. Seit dem hat sich aber die Farbe des Pads verändert. Es ist jetzt nicht mehr fast durchsichtig, sondern jetzt milchig. Ob sich dabei was an den Eigenschaften geändert hat, und wie lange es dauert bis Abnutzungserscheinungen auftreten, lest bitte in diesem kleinen Testbericht.


Review Link : Caseumbau (German)


Thermaltake Aquarius 2, Poseidon and the Colorcase Cool Sprinter
We put 3 different out-of-the-box and ready-to-go water cooling kits head to head and we threw a highend aircooling solution in the mix to present you with this lowbudget water chilled roundup!


Review Link : Madshrimps




 



 

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