Saturday Newsie

Posted on Saturday, April 05 2003 @ 12:33 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

PC Toys Stealth 80mm Fan
Right out of the box we see the fan itself with 3-pin connector as well as four self-tapping mounting screws. The retail packaging looks nice and should catch your eye over "standard" 80mm fans on the shelf. The key feature of this fan is in its name: "Stealth". This fan is aimed at those users who simply can't stand loud fans twirling away in their system.

Review Link : OCIA

Logitech MX700
The Logitech MX700 just raised the bar of expectation on precision and control. With its powerful MX optical engine, the MX700 instantly responds to even your fastest movements. The rechargeable Fast RF cordless technology gives the responsiveness of a corded connection, but without the cord. Our two Cruise Control buttons provide continuous scrolling through long documents or websites. And the rapid charge base station acts as a receiver and a charger in one. You made the demand so we built the device.

Review Link : The tech lounge

pcToys Breeze Maxx
When we normally talk cooling, we are talking about system and/or CPU cooling, not this time. A new product is about to be released that takes the enthusiasts need for personal cooling to heart and you can/will see that it does it with style!!

Review Link : Systemcooling

Altec Lansing 5100 5.1 Speaker Review
Remember what I wanted done with the remote from the 2100’s? Thankfully my wish came true with the 5100. The remote is revamped with volume, bass, and treble options. This is a big plus for tweaking your sound for different situations. There are three different options of sound: Stereo x2, 4.1 Gaming and 5.1. One thing I noticed and like is the fact that each channel has it’s own memory. So if you have the bass on high on Stereo x2, and you switch to 5.1 it will not lose or reset your bass levels when you go back to Stereo x2.
Review Link : Modsynergy

Neon IDE cable from Eksitdata
Well well the modding scene is getting wider. Today I'm having a look at a new thing to me atleast It's the Neon IDE cable. This cable has a ellwire built in and looks really cool when turned on.

Review Link : R&B Mods

52X CDRWs from MSI & Samsung
The current cream of the crop in CD writers sports 52X write, 24X rewrite, 52X read speeds - speeds that would have seemed unachievable only a few years ago. However, even as processors have defied old naysayers with seemingly unstoppable speed increases, the same has been seen in optical drive development.

As we write this article, 52X CD Writers are now the much accepted norm - you can pick up a 52X burner for as low as $50USD. As with other technologies, time has given us better, and faster products at lower and lower price points. The winner is, of course, the consumer. Today we look at two 52X drives from MSI and Samsung, the latter of which, you may recall, is a global leader in combo drive technologies, and which has invested much time into development of optical technologies.
Review Link : Neoseeker

Cremax Multi-Function HDD Transfer Rack Video Review
The Cremax Multi-Function HDD Transfer Rack is an excellent way to protect, cool and monitor your Hard Drive. This product offers quick installation of a HDD, has two 40mm fans (one redundant), three temperature probes, slide front plane, backlight LCD and more. Watch the Video to find out more.
VideoReview 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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