News

hardware
gadgets

hardware

Battle for MIddle-earth Goes Gold

@ 2004/11/24 read/post comments(0)
Electronic Arts has informed us that their real-time strategy game, The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth, has gone gold. Developed by EA Los Angeles, the title will ship to stores on December 6th. Players will be able… Go To Full Article

XG Viper Enclosure

@ 2004/11/24 read/post comments(0)
Overall, this is a pretty nice case. If you're looking for a new case that's a bit different than the rest and inspired by the Dodge Viper car, the XG Viper case is worth a look. At around… Go To Full Article

Ultra Mini Portable HDD Enclosure

@ 2004/11/24 read/post comments(0)
I decided to add a new Maxtor ATA/133 160GB with 8MB cache drive to the enclosure. The whole hardware install needed only one tool, a #2 Phillips screwdriver. One screw in the bottom of each of the two feet hold… Go To Full Article

Logisys Computer 500W Acrylic Power Supply

@ 2004/11/24 read/post comments(0)
One of the unique opportunities hardware reviewers get is the ability to interact directly with manufacturers and other organizations on a regular basis, which gives us a different view than most on the quality of a particular organization. Logisys Computer… Go To Full Article

Plextor ConvertX PVR (PX-TV402U) Video Converter

@ 2004/11/24 read/post comments(0)
Compared to the many other tuners I've seen out there, the ConvertX PVR is one heck of a nice package. On the one hand, that ain't saying much. But in many ways, Plextor just does things right with the overall… Go To Full Article

MSI DR16-B Dual-Layer DVD Burner

@ 2004/11/24 read/post comments(0)
Conventional recordable DVD media stores data on a single 4.7GB plane (level) of the disc. On dual-layer DVD media, there are two recordable 'layers' which can both store up to 8.5GB of data. Today we're looking at MSI's new DR16-B… Go To Full Article

How to use an Xbox Controller as a USB PC Gamepad

@ 2004/11/24 read/post comments(0)
When I bought Tony Hawk Underground 2 the game simply wasn’t playable with a mouse and keyboard so I needed a gamepad. I had a lot of consoles but I like the Xbox controller the most of all, however that… Go To Full Article

Tech Station

@ 2004/11/24 read/post comments(7)
The motherboard doesn't actually mount onto the Tech Station. Instead, it simply rests on the lower platform. This is one reason it's so easy to install hardware on the Tech Station. You place this foam pad on the bottom shelf… Go To Full Article

AOpen ACP4SH Pentium 4 Heatsink

@ 2004/11/24 read/post comments(1)
Included along with the AOpen EX915 XCube small form factor PC is this heatsink, the AOpen ACP4SH. Designed with a skived copper base, and heatpipes, this cooler is technically used with the socket 775 Intel processor in the XCube system.… Go To Full Article

Zalman ZM80d-HP Dual Heatpipe VGA Cooler

@ 2004/11/24 read/post comments(0)
The quality company that Zalman is can be distinguished here with their kits. The extra bag of spare parts should never be considered necessary but they know that there are n00bs out there that lose those little screws and can… Go To Full Article

‹ First  < 9022 9023 9024 9025 9026 >  Last ›