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Brando Launches Sound-Activated Security Camcorder Socket at $40

@ 2010/05/26 read/post comments(0)
Brando Launches Sound-Activated Security Camcorder Socket at $40 Sound to activate Recording Camcorder! No special technique is required, just switch it ON and mount it in any places. Go To Full Article

[M] Scythe Mini Kaze 50mm Fans Review

@ 2010/05/26 read/post comments(1)
The Mini Kaze 50 mm from Scythe is a perfect choice for adding a bit of airflow in those hard to reach places, without impact the noise level. They can be used as extra chipset fans, replacement for external HDD… Go To Full Article

[M] TRENDnet High Speed PC and Mac Share Cable (TU2-PMLINK) Review

@ 2010/05/26 read/post comments(1)
TRENDnet have developed a device which makes data transfer between 2 PCs, a PC and a Mac or 2 Macs very easy. We simply have to connect the cable to both computers, start the included file manager application and that's… Go To Full Article

CoolIT ECO A.L.C. Liquid Cooling System Review

@ 2010/05/26 read/post comments(0)
A little over a year ago we tested a liquid-cooling system from CoolIT Systems Inc. Back then it was Domino model with a small control panel and CD screen. Our today’s hero, CoolIT ECO A.L.C., doesn’t have any f these… Go To Full Article

OCZ Promises to Implement SSD Controllers Wisely

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Every device have to use the appropriate components that ensure premium quality at the right cost, claims OCZ Technology Group, a leading supplier of premium DRAM- and flash-based memory products. The demand towards solid-state drives (SSDs) is… Go To Full Article

Elgato releases EyeTV HD for Mac users

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Elgato has launched a new DVR solution for Mac users looking to watch, record, and edit cable and satellite high-definition feeds, while also being able to watch the recorded content on the go. The use of DVRs… Go To Full Article

Intel Kills Larrabee GPU, Will Not Bring a Discrete Graphics Product to Market

@ 2010/05/25 read/post comments(0)
There’s a ton of information in the vague but deliberately worded blog post, including a clear stance on Larrabee as a discrete GPU: We will not bring a discrete graphics product to market, at least in the short-term. Kircos goes… Go To Full Article

AIST researchers shows the potential of FeRAM in SSDs, 10GB/s write speed

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Japanese researchers at AIST have made a breakthrough in NAND flash technology with chips running at only 1V operating voltage. This means less power consumed, but also the possibility of higher write speeds. This is possible thanks to a memory… Go To Full Article

BIOSTAR TH55XE Motherboard Review

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BIOSTAR has decided to jump in to the Intel H55 fray with a solid offering in the TH55XE board. While this board is of a micro-ATX form factor, it performs well enough to take on the big boys. And yes,… Go To Full Article

Unigine Releases Heaven 2.1 Benchmark

@ 2010/05/25 read/post comments(0)
Unigine launched version 2.1 of its Heaven cross-platform, cross-API 3D Graphics benchmark. The popular free benchmark application uses the builds on Unigine Heaven 2.0, with two major changes. To begin with, it supports OpenGL 4.0, a 3D graphics API that… Go To Full Article

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