Logitech Z-680 Speakers Review
Logitechs latest 5.1 addition to their speaker range boasting an amazing 450W output. Being one of the first people in the UK to get these speakers I was anxious for them to arrive. When they did eventually get here the delivery guy nearly gave him self a heart attack trying to carry the box up the path. And I in turn nearly gave myself a heart attack trying to get it up the stairs.
Review Link : Pcshardware
Wet and Chilly Chips - Dual Radiator Review
With the upcoming availability of chipset heat exchanger upgrades for the WACC kit, faster processors and more overclockable chipsets, can the single radiator cope with the extra heat load? What if the kit is to be used in a dual processor configuration? The solution would be to use a radiator with a larger surface area, with one or two lower-noise fans. Fortunately WACC have such a radiator, in the form of a double length design, shipping with two Evercool Low Noise 120mm fans as standard.
Review Link : W-C
X-Sonic Aluminum Midtower Case
Here we get an internal look at the drive bays. This case supports four 5 1/4" drives, two 3 1/2" external drives and two 3 1/2" internal drives. Below the 3 1/2" bays we have a neon green fan holder. An 80mm case fan can be installed here to draw cool air from outside and blow it across your PCI cards. Speaking of the 3 1/2" bays, the entire rack is removable for easy HDD installation.
Review Link : OCIA
Mini Digital camera from Eksitdata
Digital cameras are getting smaller and smaller. And they still have the good picure quality. Today we are taking a look at a digital camera from Eksitdata which also has a built in webcam. We are looking closer on how good it performs and how little it really is!
Review Link : R&B Mods