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As the devices we carry around with us get smaller and smaller there is going to be an increasing want (or need) for larger and faster portable storage devices. We have watched over the last few years as the storage…

Gigabyte's A75-UD4H drops by the lab for some quality time Featured

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With all of the excitement surround a CPU launch from both AMD and then Intel some of the smaller products…
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Normally when a new chipset hits the market we like to try and get a motherboard from one of the major companies for use in our reviews and initial testing. This goes for any new CPU regardless of if it…

Intel's Core i7 3960X Drops By Just to Show Off Featured

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Intel has been enjoying a rather successful few years. After the launch of their first generation Core processors Intel managed to slide neatly by AMD who had been running rings around the Pentium 4 CPU. Things did not stop there…

We Look at Thermaltake's Dr. Power II ATX PSU Tester Featured

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There are some gadgets that you do not realize you want or need until you stumble on them. These are…

The CM Storm Xornet Breaks into the Lab Featured

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In today’s market a company cannot maintain a single vertical portfolio and survive. We have seen this more times that…

We Look at Siri's Evil Twin, Iris for Android

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Taking their cues from Apple’s Siri a group of developers came up with a natural speech recognition algorithm similar to…
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In our second dive into the Non-Apple Tablet market we take a look at one of the more popular Android…
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ThermalTake has launched some bold designs (and some rather gaudy ones too). Some of these have been successful while others have received ridicule from the online community and gamers (even coining the phrase “Friends don’t let Friends use ThermalTake” at…

The CM Storm Sirus Gaming Headset Brings Life to Our Gaming Featured

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For those of you that have not guessed it yet, I am something of an Audiophile (ok snob). When it comes to the audio on my TV, PC, Car Stereo, etc. it needs to be very good quality. This is…

Windows 8 on the EEE Slate Day 4 - Last Day Featured

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Four days, I lasted four days before I had to go back to Windows 7 on the EEE Slate. I…

Windows 8 on the EEE Slate Days 2 and 3 Featured

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Ok, so I missed telling you about the installation and setup of all of the tools that I use on…

Installing Windows 8 on an Asus EEE Slate – Day One Featured

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Day one was a lot of prep work. The first thing I did was to download all of the drivers…

Asus' Rampage III Black Edition in the Lab Featured

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Quite a while ago we talked to you about the virtues of the Asus Rampage III Black. This board can best be described as The Flagship of the Flagship Rampage III line. It has everything, wireless, Bluetooth, Overclocking, Tri-SLI and…
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One of the nice things about the latest generation of the 802.11 wireless specification (802.11n) is that there is a lot of headroom available in it before there is a need to move to a new generation. When 802.11n first…
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Wireless networking is one of those things that we all have come to rely on. We tend to expect to…

We take the Kingston Wi-Drive out Camping Featured

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Apple is famous for many things. They are famous for making the iPhone and iPad, they are famous for their…

Gigabyte A75-UD4H Design and Feature Review Featured

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AMD has been throwing the term Fusion around since the early days of the AM2 CPU. We heard rumors of…

We Put the Gigabyte Z68X-UD3H B3 Through its Paces Featured

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After a look into the design and features of the Gigabyte Z68X-UD3H we are now diving into how well it…

Gigabyte's 990FXA-UD5 performs for us in the Lab Featured

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We have taken our walk around of the Gigabyte 990FXA-UD5 and found we like the design and many of the features packed into the system. In the second half of our test we will be diving into what you can…

Asus' P8H67-I Deluxe gets the once over Featured

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One of the big (or is it small) things that re-emerged on the market last year was the reintroduction of…

MSI Z68A-GD80 B3 Performance Review Featured

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Ok, we have taken a look at the MSI Z68A-GD80 B3 and its design, and features. We uncovered a few things that gave us some concern. Will the board be able to handle being loaded up with cards or other…

Gigabyte's 990FXA-UD5 stops by for a photo shoot Featured

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AMD is a company that not too long ago was on top. They had done something that no one thought possible; they were able to outperform Intel clock for clock.  But they had a problem; they had a winning CPU…

Asus Sabertooth P67 B3 Performance Review Featured

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We have told you about Asus’ design choices for the Sabertooth P67 and even gone into some detail about the…

Asus Crosshair IV Extreme Performance Review Featured

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Asus has a flare for design and for choosing the right parts to go on their products. Over the years of working with them I have often had them tell me “wait for our design” instead of tinkering with the…

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