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Monday evening Part 2

Posted on Monday, November 25 2002 @ 15:20:55 CET by

Review : Pocket Muse MP3 Player
GeIL was gracious enough to send Scott and I on our way, from their Comdex booth, with a sample of their USB Pocket Muse. While there were a plethora of USB flash devices on display in many exhibit booths across the Las Vegas Convention Center, there were very few that matched this little gem. Aside from a handful of flash devices that added a thumb-print type of encryption security (which is pretty darn cool itself) there were very few with any kind of specialized functionality. We've reviewed several Plain-Jane "key chains" here at Club Overclocker, but this one perked interest as soon as Victor started talking about it. Key phrases being "Check your mail" and "Play MP3s" Ok, it's got my attention!
Pic of the box

Review Link : ClubOverclocker

Review : Logitech MX300 Optical Mouse
Just in time for Christmas, Logitech has brought forth a new line of mice, featuring 3 different models all with an improved optical sensor. Showcased today is the budget MX300, competition for Microsoft's low-priced Optical Mouse Blue.
Pic of the M300

Review Link : EverythingUSB

Review : Dell Inspiron 8200
Once upon a time laptops were the tool of only the most important executive. Corporate big-wigs would lug around weighty black boxes containing a PC that had a pitiful processor, mono screen and battery life that could be measured on a stop watch.
These days however, while still not as common as their desktop cousins, laptops are far more popular, offering many of the features of desktops while having the advantage of portability.
Today we look at the Dell Inspiron 8200, Dells top of the line laptop offering most if not all the features of your average desktop PC.
The laptop

Review Link : BlargOC



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