Monday News Part 2

Posted on Monday, December 09 2002 @ 8:41 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck

Sunbeam Sound Activated Cold Cathode Light Kit Review
Just last September we received our first Cold Cathode Fluorescent Light kit from Sunbeam. We featured the kit in a two-fold review showing off some nice window mod action accented by the Cold Cathode lights. Sunbeam has put some more Cold Cathode kits on the table along with a kit presented to us from their booth during our recent trip to the Fall 2002 Comdex. The kit we received in Las Vegas is the crème' o' the crop incorporating a new Sound Activated feature!

Review Link : ClubOC
My review can be found here

USB Snake Light Review
you don't recall, I just spent a couple of months in New Mexico. I was down there on business and the only computer I could take with me was my laptop. At night sitting in the hotel room with the TV and the Laptop on, it's a little hard to see the keyboard. I'm not nimble enough to type on a small laptop keyboard without looking at the keys. I can get by on a full size keyboard, but the compact size of the laptop keyboard, throws me off. The Card Coolers was nice enough to help me out of my dilemma and sent me a snake light that is powered by the USB port.

Review Link : ClubOC

Review/guide : Crucial 256mb CompactFlash
I don't know if I should call this a review or a guide? We wasn't able to produce any solid benchmarks with Flash Memory so I think I'll just call it CompactFlash Guide... At any rate, having 256mb of picture storage in each of our cameras really paid off while down at Fall Comdex! When we got back, Michael decided to do a write up on CompactFlash and you can check it out right here on ClubOC!

Review Link : ClubOC

Review : 4" Cold Cathode Light Kit
Looking for a shorter than average cold cathode light kit? I know many people just don't have room for the long cold cathode lights we've been reviewing lately. To solve the size problem, ZXMods carries a short 4" version of the light kit that will pretty much fit anywhere!

Review Link : ClubOC

Review : Tony Hawk Pro Skater 4 & Strategy Guide (PS2)
The world's best skateboarding game reinvents itself to give you the real life experiences of a hardened amateur skater. A completely new career mode with a Go Pro theme compliments the same elements that have made THPS a phenomenon. Claw your way up through the amateur ranks to prove yourself in the world of professional skating.

Review Link : Ascully

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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