Tuesday News *April 1st*

Posted on Tuesday, April 01 2003 @ 12:57 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

Griffin PowerMate review
Here’s a review of a cool product that first bore its wings in the Macintosh market. However, with blue LEDs and lighting kits taking the PC world by storm, we figure Griffin Technology wanted to tap into the larger and potentially more lucrative Windows market. Here’s a snip:

“'Case Modding' pretty much evolved on the PC even though the Mac took to clear plastics and anodized aluminum before them. That said, if you have a fetish for blue LEDs and devices that illuminate blue, a general lust for brushed aluminum on top of that, and you're a workaholic with digital video editing apps and the like - then you OWE it to yourself to get a PowerMate for your rig.”

Review Link : EnvyNews

Vantec AeroFlow VA4-C7040 review revisited
Here is our latest review; this is a re-release of a review published by myself a few months ago. Since then I have acquired a new digital camera and had some time to work with and watch the Vantec AeroFlow VA4-C7040 in action. Every picture in the article was retaken with my new camera (excluding the first pictures of the brown box). Two new parts were also added to the article; a one page summary of everything that I have experienced or learned about the Vantec since my original review, and a photo gallery of 28 hi-res and sharp pictures of the AeroFlow. I invite you to read and look at these even if you read the original review .

Review Link : ExtensionTech

Serial ATA Adapter Review
The kit consisted of a Serial ATA Adapter, a Serial ATA cable and a power cable for the adapter. No drivers were necessary for the adapter and I used two to set up a Raid 0 array on my motherboard's two Serial ATA ports

Review Link : OCIA

Nikao KG8850 case review
The KG8850’s most attractive feature is its digital thermal display. The display is powered by a molex connector, which has a pass through female connector too. This pass through molex connector is not long enough to do it any use. This connector would most likely not reach power to a hard drive in the top 3.5” unexposed bay, let alone a CD-ROM drive. Attached to the display is a sensor on the end of a wire that can be placed anywhere in your case. However, the front bezel gives a caption of “CPU THRMOMETER”, so it only makes sense to put it around your CPU socket….

Review Link : MonkeyReviews

NewQ Platinum Review
If you think that you have seen all in computers world you will surprise with our article about NewQ Platinium. An equalizer with FM radio for your PC wich you can simulate an enviromental audio system in addition you may have to apply a lot of sound options to your games and films. A very pleasure for eyes and ears

Review Link : Xtremenews

GeIL PC3200 400MHz DDR Dual Channel ULD Series Video Review
The GeIL PC3200 400MHz DDR Dual Channel ULD Series Memory offers speedy performance with new dual channel capable motherboards. This memory is hand picked 5ns chips with 6 layer ultra low noise shielded PCB which means they are very stable at and above 400MHz. Watch the Video to find out more..
Review Link : 3dGameMan

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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