Sunday News 2

Posted on Sunday, May 18 2003 @ 14:24 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

SanDisk 802.11b WiFi CompactFlash Card review
Wireless was such a 2002 thang, but now with 54g wireless routers from Linksys, Belkin, SMC, Apple, and others on retail shelves all over for reasonable prices, there’s a huge push this year to add Wireless LAN connectivity for home and office. In this review, we take a look at PDA WiFi connectivity and the issues surrounding it... Here’s a snip:

“In this review, we examine the SanDisk CompactFlash 802.11b WiFi Connect card on a Dell Axim X5 Pocket PC 2002 PDA. We touch on Wireless Security, Hotspot roaming, Wardriving and netiquette, configuring a Pocket PC 2002 PDA to use a WiFi card and connection, and applications that can be used on the PDA in a portable internet environment. All in all, a great read; chock full of information on this emerging community resource.”

Review Link : EnvyNews

Elektronik Bereich Eröffnung taucht in die Welt der Elektronik ein. Ab heute ist ´der Elektronik Bereich offiziell on. Vor einigen Wochen noch provisorisch nun aber mit richtig guten Infos und Daten. Highlights sind unter anderem der Interaktive Widerstands Rechner in welchen ihr einfach nur die Farben eures vergessen Widerstands Eintragt und er euch dann den Widerstandswert bis max. 99GOhm ausspuckt. Zudem kommt eine ganz einfache Erklärung wie man anhand des Ohmschen Gesetztes unbekannte Werte wie Volt, Ampere oder Widerstand ausrechnen kann. Zu dem vorhanden wird in den nächsten Tagen noch einiges dazu kommen. Also viel Spaß beim Durchlesen und Informieren
Article Link : Moddinggods (German)

2 Case Cooler Combo Review
Recent trend in PC case modification has led to the development of LED assisted case fans, giving the very component that keeps our system cool a trendy look. The idea and designs are simple, yet effective to raise interests of PC MOD enthusiasts
Review Link : myWORLD Hardware

Epox 8RDA+ Motherboard
Epox is a well known manufacturer of quality motherboards. Not only are they known for quality, but many enthusiasts also know that Epox makes some of the best overclockable boards on the market. Many of us had great success in our overclocking adventures with the Epox 8K5A2+, based on the VIA KT333 chipset. Next out from Epox was the successor to the 8K5A2+, the 8K9A2+, based on the newer VIA KT400 chipset. Around the same time as the release of the KT400, well known graphics card maker Nvidia decided to release their second revision into the chipset world, the Nforce2. Like many other manufacturers, Epox jumped on this new chipset and released the 8RDA+ board sporting this new Nforce2 chipset. Today we will be looking as this very board, the 8RDA+ in an attempt to see if Epox still holds the 'overclocking' crown among board manufacturers.

Review Link : OCIA

A+GPB BB4368 Galaxy Case Review
Cases are one of the most overlooked things when building a computer. Sure you may not use it but a case contributes to the stability of your computer if you hadn’t already known. It also helps if you have a good case when upgrading components because some cases are pains when installing and removing hardware. I have seen my fair share of cases throughout the years and they all have been the based on steel construction. Today we are going to take a first look at the Aluminum A+GPB BB4368 Galaxy Case
Review Link : Modsynergy

Extreme AMD Air Cooling
If you've been involved in the world of system cooling for any length of time, then you are no doubt familiar with the name Swiftech. Over the years, they have developed a well-deserved reputation for providing some of the finest air and liquid cooling systems on the market. Today, we are going to take the very first public look at the newest revision of Swiftech's flagship air-cooling solution, the MCX462+. What's that you're saying? The MCX462+ is nothing new? Well, that may be true, so perhaps they should have called this new version the MCX462+plus. Outwardly, the differences are subtle, but even subtle changes can make a considerable difference in cooling performance

Article Link : Systemcooling

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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