If you are anything like me you have quite a few gadgets lying around, most with their own chargers. This means you have a bunch of different cords to plug in, which takes up most of your power strip and just makes a mess of wires and connectors. While there is nothing we can do about all of the chargers that come with these devices there is something you can do about the mess. This is where the IDAPT I3 Universal Desktop charger comes in. It is a simple device that has 1 power connection and allows you to charge up to 3 devices at the same time! Let’s take a look…
We have seen so many different Speeds of DDR3 ram on the market, ranging anywhere from 1066 Mhz to 2400 Mhz. The mid range ram used by most people is the DDR3 1600 Mhz. Crucial graced us with their new and upcoming ram and having seen the speeds of the ram we previously tested, we were eager to see what we could achieve. This new 4GB DDR3 kit features Crucial’s new Ballisitx heatspreaders and onboard temperature sensors and monitoring software, let’s take a look…
Finally it is Friday! The weekend is upon us!! Make sure you check out our review of the Accell UltraAV DisplayPort to DVI Multi-Monitor Adapter. It is actually a pretty cool device, especially if you have a laptop with a DisplayPort output. Here is the affiliate news for today…
Steel Series 7H Headset @ LanOC Reviews
ASUS Rampage III Gene (X58 Express) Motherboard @ TweakTown
Synology Diskstation DS210+ 2-Bay NAS Review @ Tweaknews
QNAP TS-459U-RP Turbo NAS Review @ OCC
OWC Mercury Extreme Pro 120GB Solid State Drive Review @ Hardware Canucks
OCZ Agility 2 SandForce-based 60GB Solid State Drive @ Pro-Clockers
I’m a multi-display guy and I have been for a long time. It is very hard for me to work with just one display. I really like to have my work on one screen and other things like instant messenger, iTunes, and Twitter on the other screen. This is pretty easy to do when you have a desktop system, but what about a laptop. Many people are moving away from desktops and going to a laptop as their main system. I would love to do the same, but I cannot work on a small laptop screen. Well Accell has just the thing for me the UltraAV DisplayPort to DVI Multi-Monitor adapter. This little device will allow you to enjoy multiple monitors from a single DisplayPort output, let’s take a look…
Hey everyone the week is half over! Make sure you check out our review of the IN WIN Griffin Case, it is quite inexpensive at only $40! See if it’s worth the price. Now for the affiliate news!
Aqua Computer aquagraFX Water Block for GeForce GTX 480 Video Cards Review @ Legit Reviews
Zalman ZM-NC3000U Notebook Cooler @ Benchmark Reviews
Prolimatech Super Mega Review @ OCC
Logitech G110 Gaming Keyboard Review @ ASE Labs
Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD6 Intel P55 Express Motherboard Review @ PCSTATS
ASRock 890GM Pro3 (AMD 890GX) Motherboard @ TweakTown
ECS H57H-MUS Black Series @ Phoronix
AMD Athlon II X4 640 CPU @ Rbmods
Sometimes when you’re on the go, electric outlets are either impossible to find or rarely available. Moreover, it’s dreadfully inconvenient to have to plug in when you could be moving, all because your power-hungry smartphone has a battery that lasts what seems like minutes. Enter mobile power packs, such as the Choiix Power Fort battery pack. It’s a small black box which has two purposes: charge your small electronics and double as a flashlight. ThinkComputers has the review.
The Griffin is just one of the many awesome cases of IN WIN’s Destiny Series. This case is aptly named Griffin to convey a sense of the power and strength of the product. In Win has geared the Griffin towards users who want an aesthetically pleasing case along with functionality and decent airflow. They have also added tons of nice features at a great price. Now let’s take a look at the INWIN Griffin and see if the right case for you.
Hey everyone make sure you check out our review of the G.Skill Phoenix Pro 60GB Solid State Drive. It is another great SandForce-based solid state drive and it tested very well in our benchmarks! Now for the affiliate news….its a big post today!
Creative Labs Aurvana In-Ear 2 Earphones Review @ Futurelooks
Scythe Yasya @ PureOverclock
Cooler Master V6 GT CPU Cooler Review @ Hi Tech Legion
Thermaltake Frio CPU Cooler Review @ Hardware Canucks
Thermaltake FRIO CPU/Processor Cooler Review @ Tweaknews
CoolIT OMNI A.L.C. Review @ HardwareHeaven.com
TomTom XL340-S 4.3 Inch Touchscreen Portable GPS Review @ Bigbruin.com
Sony Ericsson MW600 Stereo Bluetooth Headset @ TestFreaks
Jitterbug J Cell Phone Review @ Hardware Secrets
Mushkin Blackline 12GB Kit Review @ OC3D
ASUS M4A88TD-V EVO/USB3 Motherboard @ Benchmark Reviews
Thermaltake Toughpower XT 775W Cable Management @ LanOC Reviews
Thecus N4100PRO NAS Server Review @ OCC
Western Digital TV Live Plus Media Player with Netflix Streaming @ Legit Reviews
Buffalo LinkStation Duo Review (1TB) @ KitGuru
We reviewed our first SandForce-based solid state drive about a month ago and since then the SandForce drives we have checked out have either been 120 or 128GB drives. While these are nice drives many people still cannot afford them. Today we will be looking at a 60GB drive that is based on the SandForce controller. The 60GB size is perfect for most systems as you can fit most of your programs and operating system on the drive then just use a regular SATA drive for all your media and other things. The 60GB size is also great for upgrading your laptop’s hard drive. Let’s check out the G.Skill Phoenix Pro 60GB Solid State Drive.
Hey everyone! Make sure you check out the review of the ASRock Core 100HT Nettop. It is perfect for your HTPC setup, it plays 1080p video and is sooooo small! Now it’s time for some affiliate news!
Altec Lansing Expressionist Ultra MX6021 Review @ Digital Trends
Sapphire HD5670 Ultimate 1GB Review @ Club Overclocker
Powercolor HD5870 PCS+ Review @ KitGuru
Galaxy GeForce GTX 460 Super OC 1GB Video Card @ TweakTown
ATI Radeon HD 5570 512MB GDDR5 DX11 Video Card Review @ Hi Tech Legion
EVGA GTX 460 768MB Superclocked Single & SLI Review @ Hardware Canucks
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