Friday News

Posted on Friday, June 06 2003 @ 13:58 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

Sunbeam Blue CCFL Ring review posted
The kit is very well constructed. Even though I had to coax the bolts through the ring’s mounting holes to line them up with the fan mounting holes, the ring housing stayed intact. Solder joints on the switch are nicely heat shrunk and the molex connectors are nice and solid

Review Link : CMG

Mouse MoD II
GruntvillE recently posted the Mouse MoD How-to and has followed it up with Mouse MoD II – The WindoW. The same mad modder that brought you the LCD MoD, router mod, and many more is here to explain how to add an uber cool window and add some ambience enhancing LEDs. This crazy MoD requires little more than a knife, glue and CD/RW spindleJ If you want to add the LEDs a simple soldering gun is added to the list. You can find this MoD and MORE @

Link : GruntVillE

Antec 550 Watt TrueControl
Antec präsentiert mit dem 550 Watt TrueControl Netzteil eine völlig neue innovative Technologie. So kann man, wie es der Name schon erahnen lässt, mit einer mitgelieferten Steuerung die Lüfter, sowie die Spannungen der 3,3V, 5V und 12V Leitungen regeln. Dies und die Leistung von Satten 550 Watt sprechen natürlich HighEnd User an, die das letzte Quäntchen Performance und Stabilität aus ihrem System herausholen wollen

Review Link : MHzPower (German)

Hush M-ITX M10000 System
Small Form Factor (SFF) PCs are beginning to catch on and with VIA introducing higher powered M-ITX motherboards, Hush Technologies are in a strong position to offer some truly superb SFF / HTPC setup. Hush Technologies is a top manufacturer of non-standard PCs and cooling systems, amongst other things. Hush Technologies have given the VIA M10000 their unique touch offering it within a totally silent, sturdy and stylish case.

Review Link : EnvyNews

Jaxx Live 128 mb mp3 player
Today we are having an intresting product here at the test bench. It's the Jxx Mp3 player that was provided to us by Can it compete with all the players out there? Jos, Iriver and Irock etc etc. It's small and seems to have alot of features. Let's have a look then

Review Link : R&B Mods

Trek Thumbdrive SMART
If you are on the go a lot and/or have a couple computers in your home and no network between them, then I would recommend a Trek SMART Thumbdrive. It transfers fast, it's small, and extremely easy to use. Choose the capacity, depending on how much you plan to store and your financial state. Obviously, the higher capacity, the more expensive it will be

Review Link : Geekshelter

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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