Wednesday News *2*

Posted on Wednesday, Feb 26 2003 @ 14:29 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck

Matrix Orbital MX212 LCD-USB
We have previously looked at two excellent displays from the leader in serial LCD displays, Matrix Orbital. We were quite impressed with their overall function, looks & performance. The displays offered just about everything you can ask for. They were easy to install and use, looked great in any setup and performed flawlessly. What more can you ask for right? Well, Matrix Orbital has done it again, this time releasing their new USB interface modules. We will have the pleasure to look at their latest and greatest, the MX2. The MX2 is their all-in-one USB kit that includes not only the display, but the PC Bay insert with keypad interface and software bundle.


Review Link : ExtremeMHz


Sunbeam 80mm UV CCFL Fans Review
Out of the packaging the fans have great aesthetic appeal and measure approximately 80mm x 80mm x 25 mm. Each fan is based on a sleeve bearing design and is capable pushing 31.73 CFM at 2700 RPM with a noise level of 28dBA. On the front portion of each fan is a round CCFL tube which fits the entire diameter of the fan. The round CCFL tube is secured to the base of the fan itself using four mounting screws. The CCFL tube has its own separate wire connections which are powered by a standard 12v inverter. The specifications for this product state that the CCFL tube has a brightness factor of 28,000 cd/m2 with very low power consumption at 2.4 watts.


Review Link : MTB


LiUtilities WinBackup data backup program
WinBackup is an easy to use backup program with a lot of features. The ability to compress and encrypt your backup data make WinBackup well worth the purchase cost.


Review Link : A True Review


P4 Spark 7 Heatsink Review
This heatsink from Thermaltake is all copper and has a 6000 RPM fan. It has a thermal probe or a manual fan speed control. I think the people at Thermaltake have hit this one on the head so to speak. Want to know more? Come on in and read about this heatsink on the Furioustech chopping block!


Review Link : Furioustech



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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