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Old 15th May 2005, 19:58   #1
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Default A.C.Ryan Xneon Lighted SATA cables

A.C.Ryan has come out with a very good design and stylish SATA cables
which is the Xneon Lighted SATA cables. The Xneon Lighted SATA cables is
available in a few color and different length to support your needs.
Furthermore, the entire SATA cable is silver EMI shielding and with the
sexy neon light. This XNeon Lighted SATA cables is a very innovative
product from A.C.Ryan and good for LAN partys as well as home usage.


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http://www.techniz.co.uk/modules.php...content&id=240

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