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Posted on Sunday, April 27 2003 @ 15:13 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

Beantech DIY BT-8 Case for review
The DIY BT-8 was not the nightmare I had thought a kit case would have been everything did fit where it was supposed to. All the holes lined up perfectly. The instructions are clear and simple to follow the case takes approximately an hour to assemble not including the internal components, motherboard HD, etc While the case is fantastic looking in appearance there are some things that I would like to see changed on the kit .The main thing is the led's for the power and HD they are glued right into the front of the case. This would be very difficult if the LED needed replacement
Review Link : PC Tech Zone

USB drive from Trek
Over the past year we have seen many USB flash drives make their way onto the market. There is always the question of which is best, but what makes it the best? Is it speed, size, or even software? This all depends on what the user wants and needs. If you’ve been left in the dark and don’t know what a USB flash drive is, let me simply explain it. This little device is a lot like a floppy disk, except for the fact that it’s a lot smaller in size, doesn’t need any other hardware, is a lot bigger, and did I mention that it’s 20 times faster? These little drives are especially handy for transferring data from one computer to another quickly and effectively. Today we’ll be looking at a Trek 16MB Smart ThumbDrive. Let’s take a look at some features and specifications.

Review Link : R&B Mods

pcToys MobileMaxx Removable Hard Drive Rack
The Mobile Maxx comes packaged with a manual, screws, and two keys. When you buy the hard drive rack, you get a cartridge as well. Additional cartridges are also available from retailers such as CoolerGuys and Micro Center. pcToys limits their color variety to black, silver, and beige
Review Link : WinHQ

Turbocase X-Sonic Black Aluminum Case
You just can't ask for more value for US$89.99. Let's add it up. You have a black aluminum, windowed case that has a removable harddrive rack, an included 350watt power supply, easy optical drive installation, two included tri-LED fans and front USB ports for under $100. I think that is the dictionary definition for VALUE

Review Link : TweakNews

Soltek SL-75FRN L (Nforce2) Review
Today 3dXtreme has the great pleasure of reviewing the Soltek (Nforce2) SN-75FRN-L. This motherboard is geared towards the budget crowd looking for the perks of an Nforce2 board while shopping on a budget...
Review Link : 3dXtreme

Xitel HI-FI Link Review
I have come across many people in the past who have asked me how and if they could connect their home theatre/sound system to their computers. In the past you couldn’t really do that unless you had a sound card capable of that or you would have to split the audio to your sound system. Right now, where technology has evolved and sound cards are better, some still can’t do that. We all know if you have a kickass powerful receiver with some great speakers, it will outperform the best of what PC Audio has to offer. They come in all sorts of sizes and power wattage. Today we are going to look at a product that could very well change the way PC Audio will become. Something that obviously changes the way in which we connect our home theatre to our PC. We are talking about the Xitel HI-FI Link
Review Link : Modsynergy

Steelpad's Cord Holder Review
With wireless optical mice really starting to be regarded as gaming mice, what about ball mice? I still use my Razer Boomslang 2000 personally. Ok, so yes, the cord can get in the way at times. What can you do? Mouse Bungee perhaps? I've seen clips also that keep your mouse cord a bit tidier. But hey, here's something! From the makers of the Steelpad, a stainless steel cord holder. Check it out!

Review Link : 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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