From all of us here at ThinkComputers we wanted to wish all of our readers and very safe and happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy eating tons of turkey and having to put up with your relatives, I know that we will! For tech people like us Thanksgiving means one thing….Black friday is the next day! Don’t worry we have a list of black friday sites for you to check out. Honestly I’m not that impressed with the black friday deals this year, maybe because I don’t really need anything, but here are some site to check out the black friday deals…
Also we know that our friends over at Xoxide.com are offering free shipping on orders of $50 or more also!
Travel often? Need a full-featured router, but not its full-featured size? If so, the TEW-654TR deserves your attention. Despite its small size (smaller than an iPod classic), it delivers a lot of functionality, including the ability to act as an AP and also a wireless card. It also happens to offer great performance, and a price tag of under $60.
Dubbed the ATI Radeon HD 5800 series, this newest piece of silicon comes in two flavours: The high end is represented by the 5870, and the mid-range the 5850, which is what we’re looking at today. This latest chip is supposed to support the new DirectX 11 features that will hopefully be fully exploited in Windows 7.
In the world of notebooks, Apple is an indisputable trend setter. Case in point, the 13-inch Averatec N3400 that we recently reviewed had an aluminum outer shell, while the Acer Timeline 4810T used island-style keys like those found on MacBooks. Not surprisingly, however, those two laptops are considerably less expensive than anything on Apple’s product line. Today we’ll be taking a look at the X-Slim X340, a very slim notebook from MSI that’s been labeled by many as the budget alternative to the MacBook Air. Currently selling for $600, MSI hopes to lure potential buyers with its svelte design and extended battery life.
The Thermaltake BlacX Duet offers the most flexibility available on a hard drive docking station with capacity for two drives and supporting both eSATA and USB 2.0 connections. With Thermaltake’s reputation as well as pricing in the sweet-spot of the product line, the BlacX Duet makes a nice supplement to desktop or notebook PC’s without the hassle of cracking open the case for expansion…
Via [Legit Reviews]