Thursday News

Posted on Thursday, Jan 09 2003 @ 10:29 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck

Delkin efilm Reader-18 Review
The efilm Reader-18 reads six diffrent memory cards! That is more cards than I can count on one hand! With all the electronic devices having diffrent memory cards, having a reader that can read all of them would be a plus. This reader does all that and is small and portable to boot. DELKIN devices has a winner here wether you are using it on a PC or Laptop, read on and discover what a good product this is.


Review Link : Furioustech


HP IPAQ H1910 Pocket PC Review
The Pocket PC market is growing rapidly. There have been quite a few new devices being introduced including some from newcomers like Dell and Viewsonic. Each tries to compete for the ultimate in portability by offering features like dual expansion slots and built-in connectivity. HP has taken a different approach with their HP IPAQ H1910. They have focused primarily on screen quality and form factor. The IPAQ H1910 is incredibly small and its transflective screen is breathtaking.


Review Link : ExtremeMHz


GF4 MX 440: MSI & Inno3d Review
The 440MX family has always been targetted to a more budget conscious market; those in this demographic tend to look for cards falling in the sub $100 price range whenever possible. Many users and companies recognize this target demographic as the largest share of the growing video card market. The 440MX-8X remains true its calling, and the cards we review today can be found below $100US for those who shop around. Their performance, as you will see, is still very good for the pricing
Review Link : Neoseeker


PC Toys Ramspreaders Review
While hefty heatsinks and cleverly designed fans are available to keep your processor and video card cool, what can be done to keep your memory at a constant temperature? The answer is quite simple, slap on some ramspreaders. Much like the ramsinks on a video card, ramspreaders, when used properly, aid in the dissipation of heat from the chips on your memory module
Review Link : Viper's Lair


Nexus NX-3000 ultra-quiet 300 watt PSU VideoReview
The Nexus NX-3000 is definitely one of the quietest power supplies to date and with 300 watts it will power most new systems including the fastest Intel P4 computers with ease. The power hungry that need more than 300 watts should look elsewhere, however, if silent is what you need then this product is worth serious consideration. Watch the Video to find out more.
VideoReview Link : 3dGameMan


*New Years Giveaway* @ TwistedMods.com
Well folks, 2003 is finally here, and there's nothing we can do about it - except CELEBRATE! What better way to start your new year than with a brand new accessory package from Extreme Alterations?! To make up for all those gifts that you DIDN'T get from your Christmas wishlist, Extreme Alterations is giving away a brand new Vantec Fanbus (Silver), a 12" blue cold cathode and TWO blue quad-LED fans, all to ONE randomly chosen winner.
Contest @ Twisted Mods



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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