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UMLan Article Release: Seagate BlackArmor NAS 220 - Review

Everyone is trying to save some money now a day and by everyone i mean regular joe and companies. It doesn't matter if you own large or midrange or even small company, you must be concerned with the marketed being highly unstable and of course your assets and cash flow. Purchasing IT equipment is becoming more and more a science thing than anything else. Most small or medium size companies struggle to come up with some kind of budget whether it is renewal or upgrade of the equipment. I am IT Systems Engineer for a medium size company and i know first hand that it is not an easy to per sway my boss to purchase a 40k NAS for data storage. Most people in my positions either spend quite bit of money on equipment or use "bandaids and rubber bands" to prolong some of the IT assets.

UMLan Article Release: Seagate BlackArmor NAS 220 - Review

MEGATech Previews - Patriot Memory Sector 5 2250MHz DDR3 Memory Kit Benchmarks

About three weeks ago, Patriot Memory announced their newest Sector 5 2250MHz DDR3 Memory Kits for the Intel Core i5/i7 Processors that utilize Dual Channel memory. That means it’s currently designed for motherboards  with the Intel P55/P55A Chipsets. This 2×2GB Dual Channel DDR3 kit only needs a cool 1.65 volts to maintain its insanely fast stock 2250MHz frequency along with 9-9-9-27 memory timings. Here’s a quick preview of what these modules can do for you!

MEGATech Previews - Patriot Memory Sector 5 2250MHz DDR3 Memory Kit Benchmarks

MAINGEAR Launches New mX-L 15 Multimedia Notebook

Sleek laptop delivers powerful mobile computing performance in a sophisticated design

Union, New Jersey – March 3, 2009 – MAINGEAR Computers, award-winning builders of custom computers for PC gamers and enthusiasts, unveils the new mX-L 15 multimedia notebook, a sophisticated mobile computing solution that gives consumers affordably powerful performance in  a sleek design starting at $999.

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Verbatim Nano Wireless Notebook Mouse Review @ ASE Labs

Add a dash of color and style to your day, with Verbatim's Color Nano Wireless Mouse. In six new colors, this mouse travels well in tight spaces. With a receiver that's small enough to plug into your laptop and leave, it offers 2.4 GHz wireless performance - that means no delays in cursor movements and fewer cords to pack. The receiver also slides right into the bottom of the mouse for safekeeping. Its sleek design offers a smooth, contoured comfort grip for right or left hand and a programmable roller button. Small enough to fit easily in work totes, backpacks or even handbags, Verbatim’s Color Nano Notebook Mouse offers cool colors to match your laptop, your bag or even your mood.

Verbatim Nano Wireless Notebook Mouse Review @ ASE Labs

CyberPower AVRLCD UPS Battery Backup for PCs @ Benchmark Reviews

It's no secret that our cherished computers and personal electronic devices all depend on electricity. They can't live without power, and we feel powerless without them. Conscious of our need for continuous productivity, CyberPower Systems has built an entire battery backup product line designed to supply uninterrupted power to our PCs and HDTVs. So when winter storms come or summer brown-outs occur, there's no reason why your small business or home office should stop working. A sudden power-outage shouldn't mean crashing your computer system in the middle of an exciting video game, and an enjoyable movie should not need to restart. In this article Benchmark Reviews demonstrates how important CyberPower UPS battery-backup devices are for sustained computing as their Intelligent LCD Series CP825AVRLCD, CP1000AVRLCD, and CP1500AVRLCD models are put to test.

CyberPower AVRLCD UPS Battery Backup for PCs @ Benchmark Reviews

Gigabyte Media Event At Castle Oudaen @ Madshrimps

The Dutch media was kindly invited at the lovely city of Utrecht for a pre CeBIT presentation of Gigabyte and Intel Company. Rendez-vous took place at the castle of Oudaen. The major websites and magazines were present. Shrimps was represented by yours truly and [M] reviewer Danny Terwindt. Too bad we heard Intel canceled their presentation at last call, for till now unknown reasons. Without further ado let us quickly guide you through the presentation and show the new toys present.

Gigabyte Media Event At Castle Oudaen @ Madshrimps

Nyko Wand™ Now Available in Five New Colors

LOS ANGELES - March 2, 2010

Nyko Technologies®, the leading videogame accessories manufacturer, today announced that their best-selling Wand™ controller is now available in five additional exciting colors, each available as an exclusive for select retail outlets. The new colors include green, orange, yellow, grey and red, and will join the award-winning original white Wand, as well as the currently popular blue, pink, purple and black.

Now there is a Wand in every flavor, allowing Wii™ owners to customize their gaming experience. Each color is available at a select retailer:

* Gamestop: Green and Orange
* Walmart.com: Yellow
* Fry's: Red
* Meijer Supercenters: Grey

“These new color Wands will provide even more ways for consumers to personalize their gaming setup,” said Chris Arbogast, marketing director for Nyko Technologies. “We had originally released these colors only in Japan, and due to popular demand we're proud to now offer these options in the US.”

Featuring the same quality and durability of the original white Wand, the color Wands sport matching buttons as well as matching silicone jackets. All color Wands feature Nyko’s Trans-Port™ technology, enabling compatible peripherals to communicate digitally with the Wand.

The new Wand colors are available now for an MSRP of $29.99.

For more information about Nyko, visit their website, follow them on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook.

A Futurelooks News Flash - OCZ Technology 60GB Agility Series SATAII SSD Review

When recently asked what SSD would be ideal for regular users, that doesn’t cost too much, but contains quality components, I found myself going back over my notes. I found myself considering what kind of controller is used inside an SSD rather than basing it off the name brand. The controller is a major component that can make or break performance. And, it doesn’t hurt if an SSD has a little extra cache to maintain transfer rates.

A Futurelooks News Flash - OCZ Technology 60GB Agility Series SATAII SSD Review

Storage Powerhouse GA-890GPA-UD3H Features Native SATA 3.0 (6Gbps), USB 3.0 and USB 3x Power Boost

City of Industry, CA., M

arch 2, 2010 - GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co., Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards and other computing hardware solutions today proudly launched their latest AMD AM3 Socket GA-890GPA-UD3H motherboard, delivering loads of performance enhancing bandwidth for applications such as high end gaming and high speed data transfer on systems featuring new AMD 6 core CPUs.

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A Look at AMD's 890GX Chipset @ Techgage.com

With AMD's processor line-up as complete as it is, focus has been shifted a bit to the chipset department, and the result is the 890GX. Although it's packed with features, it's surprisingly inexpensive. In addition to introducing the Radeon HD 4290 IGP, it also brings native support for SATA 3.0, improved HD support and much more.

A Look at AMD's 890GX Chipset @ Techgage.com

Zalman Z7 Plus Computer Case Review @ Tweaknews

"First of all, the Z7 cases have a distinctive look and profile that sets them apart from most others in their class, particularly the Z7 Plus that we saw this time out. I really like the looks of this case and the cooling performance was quite good, particularly when one considers how quiet it can be by virtue of the side panel fan controller."

Zalman Z7 Plus Computer Case Review @ Tweaknews

Thermaltake Silent 1156 Heatsink Review @ Ninjalane

Our heatsink tests are designed to look at cooling capacity at two different heat levels. The difference between the two determines how well a cooler can handle the different heat loads. The ThermalTake Silent 1156 did an excellent job in our tests by easily outperforming the stock 1156 cooler and proving it could handle a minor overclock up to 3.2Ghz.

Thermaltake Silent 1156 Heatsink Review @ Ninjalane

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