Friday Night News

Posted on Friday, April 11 2003 @ 19:04 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

Bluetooh Wireless Optical Desktop Review
Feature wise the product is very similar to the inferred version of the Wireless keyboard and mouse combination. The added benefit of Bluetooth technology provides greater freedom whilst only using up one USB port, leaving the mouse and keyboard serial ports free. Now days it seems that everything is working its way to USB which inevitably puts pressure on consumers to upgrade their USB capabilities. With Bluetooth technology consumers can now work their system from up to 30 feet away! Using a key signal locking system the Bluetooth receiver ensures constant communication with the keyboard and mouse components, providing complete ease of use and reliability when working or playing. What’s even better about the receiver is that you can now connect many other Bluetooth compatible devices to your PC using the same component and without having to use addition ports on your PC! READ MORE
Review Link : Hardwarefusion

Pyramat Sound Furniture (Model: PM300)
The Pyramat Sound Furniture's model PM300 offers a comfy sound adventure! This product is compatible with gaming consoles (XBox, Playstation, GameCube, GameBoy), TVs, DVDs, Stereos, MP3s and CD Players. So sit back and enjoy the rumble. Watch the Video to find out more..
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Vantec Nexus NXP 201 Rheobus
When I first got the Nexus, I saw something that was shining with quality and ability. Now that I have tested it, my first impression was fairly correct. The Nexus has a decent price tag, a very stylish look, great usability and works under almost any condition, even with multiple fans on each channel. As I stated before, it would make a nice addition if the LEDs would dim according to the voltage, and there is a slight buzzing at low voltages. This rheobus may not be what some people are looking for, because the low voltage setting is limited to 7 volts, but for most users looking for an easy way to control their fan speeds and reduce noise will find the Nexus very attractive.

Review Link : The Tech Lounge

Digital Doctor 5+- Extra Sensory Protection
The packet that the DD5+ comes in is even more bland than the original DD5. It was on opening that I took in a sudden inhalation of breath…The rainbow of colors assaults the eyes as the sheer breadth of thought put into the product starts to hit you
Review Link : The Modfathers

Maxtop Case Lighting Accessories review
Maxtop is one of the top PC and Rackmount chassis manufacturers in the world. From cases to keyboards, their designs are top notch in aesthetics. Maxtop is a leader in PC and Rackmount chassis design and production, but also specialize in Case fans, Mobile racks, and PSUs. Many of the cases you see in reviews are in fact manufactured by Maxtop. Today, we take a look at their Case lighting kits - from CCFL to LED Fans

Review Link : EnvyNews

Newbie Guide: How to change a PSU fan
Well, your power supply fan is making some nasty noise. Do you ignore it? Buy a new power supply? Or just replace the fan? If your PSU is working fine, you can just replace the fan. I've seen fans go bad after a week. I also have some fans that have been working for 5+ years without a hitch. In this illustrated guide, I'll show you how to replace your PSU fan, and get you good as new for cheap. I realize this is geared toward a newbie, but hey, new people are coming into the PC scene every day.

Guide at E-T

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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