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Posted on Monday, January 27 2003 @ 10:55 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck

Logitech Cordless Elite Duo Review
The elegant and comfortable Logitech Cordless Elite Duo delivers maximum freedom, performance and value. It combines an ultra-flat cordless Zero-Degree Tilt™ keyboard with the high-performance Cordless MouseMan® Optical.

Review Link : 3dXtreme

SteelPad Mouse surface
A Lot of times no one thinks that maybe there mouse pad could help them play there favorite game better. Well I was at one time just like that until I was sent a steelpad for review. I always thought as long as my mouse pad doesn't have big holes thru the top layer and it sticks to the desk ok then its fine. I have been using an AMD Mouse pad since the Athlon XP was introduced and before that I had a T-Bird and Duron RatPad, The T-Bird one is still stuck to my desk under that SteelPads new home. Well I am here to tell you now that the SteelPad is the ultimate in control.

Review Link : CyberCPU , a review of DV Hardware of this pad can be found here

Arena Computers Rounded Clear Cables Review
Why do you need new shiny rounded IDE cables from Arena Computers? Well, first of all rounded cables increase air flow and helps your computer run cooler. Another thing is they look really sweet, when looking at them through your side window

Review Link : XtReMoDs

Lian-Li PC65U Case Review
Once reserved for those with deep pockets, the PC65U by Lian-Li is much more affordable than it once was. It's a quality tower, and will look very nice housing your PC peripherals.

The only thing keeping me from 100% recommending the Lian-Li 65U is the fact that almost everyone has one, or some variant of it. I wouldn't exactly call it a clone, but if you look at the Skyhawk MSR-4610, it looks a lot like a Lian-Li. This is a really petty thing, I know, but the fact that your dream machine is going to be housed in a case that doesn't stand out like it used to makes it lose a little of its lustre.
Review Link : Viper's Lair

By now, many of you would have seen our original ram guide, which has a total of 15 modules, ranging from DDR-266 to DDR-400 varieties. Sadly, we were not able to push some of the modules to the maximum as the trusty Abit KR-7A maxed out at 200 MHz. (pretty amazing for a stock KT-266A board) In order to remedy the situation, we've upgraded to the latest Epox 8DRA+, which allows a more aggressive timing and higher FSB, maxed out at 218 MHz.
More @ Overclockers New Zealand

ASUS A7N8X Deluxe Review
In today's world of technology everything you can do to your computer to gain performance is worth doing in some people eyes and motherboards are often the most overlooked parts by amateurs. Motherboards are one of the most important part of a computer. If you think about it this way, everything in your computer uses the motherboard. Today I will be looking at the ASUS A7N8X Deluxe which uses an NVIDIA nForce 2 chipset .

Review Link : CyberCPU

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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