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LG Chem aims to be first to market in notebook fuel cells

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Korea-based LG Chem, a mother company of the well known LG Group, aims to be the first in the world to commercialize fuel cell technology to power notebooks. According to the company, it has already completed its development of portable… Go To Full Article

MSI DR16-B2 DVD±RW Dual Layer Burner: Repeated Success or New Heights?

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We would like to introduce to you a new dual layer DVD burner from MSI, which boasts improved speed formula and is positioned as a direct competitor to the BenQ’s latest drive. It is quiet, inexpensive and provides excellent burn… Go To Full Article

Ulti-Mat Add 'n Slide

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This is going to be a quick and dirty review of Ulti-Mat's Add 'n Slide mouse feet. This product is attached to the bottom of your mouse to replace the stock feet, which companies rarely put enough effort into. Though… Go To Full Article

Hawking Technologies HBB1 Broadband Booster

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Getting every ounce out of your broadband bandwidth can be a daunting task and one many users deal with on a daily basis. Many people who use a Voice-Over-IP phone service or play online games experience some distortion or lower… Go To Full Article

Razor Copperhead 2000 DPI Gaming Mouse & eXactMat

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The Copperhead boasts some of the best specs of any mouse available. These include the 2000 DPI laser engine, 1000 Hz interpolling and a 16bit data path. This should provide absolute accuracy. It’s also is a gorgeous looking mouse, probably… Go To Full Article

Ipod Nano - Innovation at its Best

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Let me start by honestly saying that I happen to be one of the few who are not a fans of the Ipod. I strongly support other manufactures, who have been having a hard time simply keeping up with Apple.… Go To Full Article

Leadtek Xeye

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It places two tiny OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) screens, one in front of each eye, each with individual focus controls and diopter adjustments to create the illusion that you are watching one enormous screen. But this… Go To Full Article

Call of Duty 2: 512MB matters updated

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We have been testing Call of Duty 2 extensively over the past few days, and we continue to gain more insight into performance. Our first revelation was that a 512MB video card increased performance dramatically. Wednesday we did additional testing… Go To Full Article

ATI's CrossFire, too little too late?

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ATI's long awaited multi-GPU CrossFire platform has finally seen its official introduction this week, we ask ourselves whether it could be too little too late? Go To Full Article

GeForce Go 7800 GTX/Evesham Voyager C720 Preview

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It cost a mighty £2,561 at launch - and if you’ve bought one you probably won’t be best pleased to learn that Evesham are offering a machine that’s significantly faster for about a grand less. Hey, don’t you… Go To Full Article

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