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Posted on Thursday, May 15 2003 @ 10:10:29 CEST by

Samsung SyncMaster 172W 17inch Widescreen TFT LCD Monitor
Now the real surprise is gaming with this monitor. LCD monitor wise, I haven't played on a better monitor than the 172W. The colours are sharp and vibrant, the contrast and brightness are great and guess what, THERE IS NO GHOSTING! I personally like gaming on a widescreen TFT LCD as I have done in the past and I would recommend this one if you are into LAN parties

Review Link : TweakNews

Thermaltake Xaser Silent Purepower 480W
Today I’ll be taking a look at one of the newest entries to the ever growing PSU arena, the Thermaltake Xaser Silent Purepower™ 480W. It will not only prove itself to be worthy competitor on your next PSU shopping list but with it’s extra features and stylish looks might very well be the winner.

Review Link : Systemcooling

Logitech Cordless Elite Duo & Navigator Duo Review
Because both of these cordless keyboard & mice combinations were produced at around the same time, they come from the same generation of technology and have similar features. The Elite Duo is the higher of the two, having slightly more features on both its keyboard and mouse; however the radio technology governing the two remains the same. The Elite Duo will appeal most to those looking for something different, as its sleek, black curves make it seem professional - and it'll match nicely with a dark coffee table for use with a HTPC. Both feature optical mice with the same sensor, but the Elite Duo's mouse resembles the MouseMan Dual Optical and has one more button (a thumb button) than the Navigator Duo's

Review Link : V-H



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