Thursday News part 2

Posted on Thursday, June 12 2003 @ 16:50 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

Compex WP11A+ 802.11b Wireless Access Point
Imagine not having to manually connect your laptop to a network everywhere you went, or being able to read your email from your Pocket PC in your own kitchen. It's all possible, and suprisingly inexpensive, with quick-and-easy wireless products like Compex's WP11A+.
Review Link : Hwanalysis

iPod Armor + Clip
There are a plethora of cases available for the iPod including the one bundled from Apple. In my experience, these cases are okay and provide some means for attaching the iPod to your belt. However, most are soft or flexible-shelled and do not provide real solid protection for your iPod if it takes a hard bump. The iPod Armor from Matias Corporation is a hard-shelled case which safeguards against impacts and the elements

Review Link : EnvyNews

Phonex NeverWire 14 (TwinPack)
Welcome to the future of home networking. Phonex Broadband's QX-202 NeverWire 14 uses the existing home A/C wiring to pass digital signals between Ethernet-enabled devices, without running new wire. This facilitates sharing a single high-speed Internet modem among multiple computers, sharing data files, streaming audio/video as well as playing interactive computer games between PCs.* The QX-202 allows you the flexibility to place a computer anywhere in your home or small office with flawless, uninterrupted high-speed Internet access, simply by plugging your computer into any QX-202 equipped A/C outlet. The QX-202 NeverWire 14 can also be easily installed by anyone within minutes. How does it stack up against the competition? We will see...

Review Link : The Tech Lounge

Asetek Waterchill Set (KT03-L20)
Der Online-Shop konnte als einer der ersten das neue Wasserkühluns-Set "KT03-L20" der Firma Asetek (bekannt geworden durch VapoChill®) anbieten. Dieses Set beinhaltet für einen Preis von 209,00 Euro die komplette Ausrüstung der benötigten Wasserkühlungs-Komponenten. Einen Kupfer-Radiator mit Silent-Lüfter, Wasserpumpe mit Ausgeleichsbehälter, Kupfer-Wasserkühler (mit vielen Halteklammern für verschiedene PC-Systeme), Lüftersteuerung, Wasserzusatz, Slotblende mit durchgeführtem Stromkabel, 2 Meter PVC-Schlauch, Kleinteile und einer ausführlichen Installationsanleitung (engl.). In unserem neuen Test wollen wir das Asetek Waterchill Set genau analysieren, testen und mögliche Schwächen bzw. Stärken aufdecken

Review Link : MHzPower (German)

Xaser III case from Thermaltake
I really liked this case. It had everything I needed: pre-installed side window, top blowhole, 2 fans in the front, 2 in the back, and 2 in the side. The rheobus came in very handy to control these fans. It had 4 connectors with which you can easily connect the necessary fans. You can set an alarm temperature that goes off when you reach a certain temperature

Review Link : Madshrimps

FIC Radeon 9800 Pro 128MB Video Card Review
This product is currently one of the fastest Video Cards on the planet and supporting all the latest technologies it will satisfy even the most demanding gamers. Fast and furious is one thing but this card also has dual display support and excellent 2D quality. If you are in the market for blistering performance, quality and stability then keep this product at the very top of your list. Watch the Video to find out more
Review Link : 3dGameMan

fUnc Surface 1030
I found that the fUnc was "slick" enough on both the textured and smooth surface for both ball and optical mice. The fUnc was on-par with the Zoom, and it was much easier to move the mouse on than the Pro or standard plastic pad.
Review Link : Viper's Lair

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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