Wednesday News

Posted on Wednesday, March 19 2003 @ 9:23 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck

Sunbeamtech's Rheobus
The Sunbeam rheobus will find a spot in my main rig. That's not an honor to be taken lightly, my family is not even allowed to look at the main rig except first thing in the morning when they bring it their daily offerings.

Review Link : PimpRig

Logitech's Momo racing wheel
Logitech has made another fine product along with their other products. This wheel is very durable and sturdy. The full rubber grip on the wheel gives it a realistic feel and precision. The force feedback effects were consistent and strong and worked well with the games. The wheel made it fun to drive in the games and added a degree of realism not experienced before. This is a solid product with ease of installation and use. The parts are of high quality and follow Logitech's high quality standards.

Review Link : TwistedMods

Logitech's Cordless Keyboards and Mice Review - Review includes: Logitech Cordless Navigator Duo, Logitech Cordless Elite Duo, Logitech MX700 Cordless Optical Mouse
Some of you may be wondering why TweakHound is looking at these products. The idea is simple. These products promise to be a tweaker's delight. If they live up to their claims they can offer customization and increased speed and efficiency while working with your computer. As our motto states, "Optimize your computing experience!"

Review Link : Tweakhound

Thermaltake Smart Case Fan 2
Today we're taking a look at the multifunction case fan from thermaltake the Smart case fan 2.

Review Link : TechTastic

Aircooling @ the MAX, Performance & Silence Tested
Looking for the ultimate aircooling ? Want to push more then 1.85v through that Athlon XP core and still have headroom for overclocking? Or looking for a very silent solution to keep it all cool and safe? Look no further, we test ThermalRight's SLK900U and compare it to its older brother the SLK800. And for reference we also include the popular Alpha PAL8045 and the Swiftech 462-A.

Review Link : Madshrimps

MicroTracker Mouse Pad Review
What is this? Another cloth mouse pad? Technically, yes, sort of. The MicroTracker mouse pad sports what feels more like velour, or felt, than the old el cheapo mouse pads you can buy for 2 bucks at your local discount store. Does it stand up to the test? This pad you can wipe off with a damp cloth, or rinse off, hehe. I feel a real test for this pad is needed... See how the washing machine and dryer handles it! Read on, or click the link to the review, whichever is applicable...

Review Link : ExtensionTech

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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