Sunday 24 November 2002 - morning news

Posted on Sunday, Nov 24 2002 @ 04:14 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Yeah , today the news will be a little bit different. Just testing another style out. Can you please vote on the poll if you like this style of news or do you prefer the old style?


VideoReview : Gyration Ultra Cordless Optical Mouse
This time a videoreview from JustSeeit, and not from 3dGameMan as you were thinking
Gyration's patented GyroPoint technology allows you to mouse around using natural hand movements. Alternate between desktop and in-air use to reduce fatigue and discomfort associated with repetitive motion. Great for gaming, surfing and more!


Review Link : JustSeeit
Review : CrazyPC Dragon Fan Guards
The birth of the fan guard started on the back of powersupply unit’s back when the personal PC was created. They where very boring, and no one really paid much attention to them. Now with the technology of lasers or laser cutting, a design for anything can be cut into almost any material with any design. We have seen this technology at work in creating laser cut custom case windows, bezel covers, fan guards and many other products.

The product that I have before me today was sent to ThinkComputers from CrazyPC. They sent us over some of their newly designed laser cut Dragon fan guards. Their new guards are made out of Acrylic and come in a Black or Mirrored finish. They are available in 80mm or 120mm size & are 1/8" in thickness.


Review Link : ThinkComputers
Review : Copper VGA cooler
It also looks good which is important to some people, although in reality you don’t see much of it unless you have a case window. It's also very cheap and will defiantly out perform your bog standard heatsink provided with your graphics card. The fact that you get 3 different clips means that it will fit most graphics cards without a problem but as you saw with my card it can still be a close fit. The molex adapter and the thermal paste were a nice addition to round the package off and to get you up and running nice and quick.


Review Link : ICEHardware


About the Author

Thomas De Maesschalck

Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.



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