Aiptek PocketCinema V10
Want to spray the walls with your videos in school or just take it easy and watch a movie from a ceiling while lying back on your bed? PocketCinema V10 makes it happen!Affiliate News Misc:.Lenovo Ideapad S10 Netbook
@ HotHardwareThere are a number of reasons why Lenovo's Ideapad is one of the more exciting releases to date. First off, right off the bat they are offering 10" diagonal screens on the Ideapad S10, which appear to be what most consumers are drifting towards when looking at netbooks. Secondly, Lenovo's build quality is generally perceived as one of the best in the notebook market. Come on by the site and check it out... Network:.Sitecom WL-306 Wireless 300N XR Router
@ ITreviewedSitecom's WL-306 packs the latest networking technology into an eye-catching box. Designed to meet the demand for a simple and user-friendly networking solution for the home and small-office, the router provides an impressive `out of the box experience' where even inexperienced users can create a fast, secure network connection. It also fast and secure, making it a good choice for those with limited networking experience. As long as you don't expect 802.11n to be anywhere near as fast or as reliable as a wired connection you'll be happy. Tech-heads will be left wanting in terms of features.... Power Supply:.Antec Signature 850W
@ DriverHeavenRecently they have released a new PSU series dubbed Signature which don't come cheap, however Antec claims that they are implementing cutting-edge technology and quality currently available for consumer PSUs. We will examine if these claims are true in this review as we will be pushing the Signature 850W unit to its limits. Storage:.Silicon Power 32GB SLC SATA-II SSD
@ Benchmark ReviewsSilicon Power is a rather unknown player in the North American marketplace, despite having numerous products available to the retail market. Not very long ago, Benchmark Reviews tested the first-generation Silicon Power SATA SSD. In that article we found ourselves torn between performance that left some room for improvement, and the press release announcement that Silicon Power had a new SATA-II SSD product ready to launch. As fortune would have it, we didn't have to wait very long to see if the marketing hype was true. In this article, the Silicon Power 32GB SLC SATA-II SSD SP032GBSSD750S25 receives benchmark testing and gets compared against a dozen other high-performance Solid State Drives. Video:.Sapphire Radeon HD 4850 X2 Dual-GPU Graphics
@ Benchmark Reviews Sapphire is best know for taking an ATI product, and making better. It's rare that an AMD partner takes engineering into their own hands, a produces a self-made product. What's impressive is that they've decided to do so with a dual-RV770 Radeon HD 4850 X2 as their latest evolution in graphics cards. Benchmark Reviews compares performance against the GeForce 9800 GX2, CrossFireX 4850's, and the Radeon HD 4870 X2 to name a few, but add a collection of todays hottest video cards to make sure the Sapphire 11139-00-40R receives a workout.:.Palit Radeon 4870 Sonic Dual Edition CrossfireX
@ TechwareLabsVideo Cards are more powerful than ever before. But thats just not good enough for Palit. Today, Chris S takes a look at the Palit 4870 Sonic edition in both CrossfireX and single card mode. How will it stack up against the competition? Join us and find out...:.EVGA 9800 GTX+ 512MB
@ Hardware CanucksManufacturers like Nvidia and ATI have perfectly seeded this changed market with a plethora of graphics cards which won't put you out of your rent money since they focus on a "bang for buck" factor everyone seems to be happy with. Let's be honest, the $150 to $250 price range is the place to be right now as evidenced by the massive number of products all clustered within a mere $100 price bracket. ATI has their new HD 4830 and HD 4850 while Nvidia has the 9600 GT, 9800 GT and 9800 GTX+. Most of these cards have been reviewed by Hardware Canucks but there has always been one notable absentee: the 9800 GTX+.
Main Computer: Intel i5, MSI H55M-ED55, 12 Gigabytes of DDR3, 3 Terabytes of HDD, GTX295 and Benq 27"