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XtremeGear HP-1216B HSF Review at Overclockers Online

Even though the HP-1216B is lacking a lapped base, capped heatpipes, nickel plating and has been equipped with a slightly noisy fan the HP-1216B has been one of best performing heatsinks that have come across my test bench in a long time. One could say that this is a no frills cooler, and I'd agree, but with the outstanding performance for less than thirty dollars is absolutely amazing. XtremeGear has a huge winner on their hands with this cooler.

XtremeGear HP-1216B HSF Review at Overclockers Online

Intel D510MO Mini-ITX Motherboard Review @ Bigbruin.com

The most appealing thing about the Intel D510MO Mini-ITX motherboard with 1.66GHz Intel Atom dual core processor was that it could be used as the core of a completely silent system. Since the board is passively cooled, you can pick other passively cooled or solid state components for a build that generates absolutely zero noise.

Intel D510MO Mini-ITX Motherboard Review @ Bigbruin.com

AMD Phenom II X2 555 BE @ Rbmods

Dual-core, tri-core or quad-core - the question of the day. If you want ultimate performance, you have to choose quad-core.. ..or do you? Some of the AMD Phenom II X2:s can be unlocked to full X4:s. Let's have a look how our AMD Phenom II X4 555BE performs in tests and can it be unlocked ?

AMD Phenom II X2 555 BE @ Rbmods

Scosche Launches reviveLITE II – Redesigned iPhone/iPod Charger and Nightlight

Second generation docking charger features USB port to simultaneously charge two devices

Oxnard, CA – March 04, 2009 – Scosche Industries an award-winning innovator of iPod and iPhone accessories, announces the availability of its reviveLITE II.  The second generation iPod/iPhone charger and nightlight has a smaller footprint than the original model and was redesigned to offer greater stability when plugged into an outlet.  Scosche also added a USB Port to the reviveLITE II, so users can charge another USB powered device while powering up their iPod or iPhone.  Like the original reviveLITE, the new version provides travelers with a switchable LED nightlight to avoid stubbing a toe in an unfamiliar hotel room. “Scosche products are designed to eliminate clutter and enhance the accompanying device,” said Kas Alves, executive vice president of Scosche Industries.  “reviveLITE II does just that, providing a docking charging solution for the iPod or iPhone and allowing travelers to eliminate the need for carrying a second charger for another USB powered device.” The reviveLITE II is available now at www.scosche.com for $24.99 MSRP and will be available in major retailers this spring.

Intel Expands Intel® Atom™ Processor-Based Platform to Home, Small Office Storage Devices

Intel releases its first storage-optimized Intel® Atom™ processor-based platform for the growing home and small office/home office storage markets. New single- and dual-core chip options provide performance scalability and flexibility and run on Microsoft Windows Home Server* and Linux operating systems. Leading storage vendors LaCie*, LG Electronics*, QNAP*, Synology* and Thecus* plan products based on the new Intel Atom processor-based platform. Intel Atom processors also introduced for embedded applications are ideal for multiple market segments including print imaging, digital security surveillance and industrial.

How To Train Your Dragon ships on March 23rd for Xbox 360, PS3, Wii and Nintendo DS.

How to Train Your Dragon launches gamers into a third-person action-adventure as a Viking hero where they must embark upon an epic quest to become the ultimate dragon trainer. Gamers can play as characters “Hiccup” or Astrid” on the vast Island of Berk, which features expanded locales from the film including Vikings’ Village, Wild Zone, Training Zone and Fight Arena. In this truly larger-than-life adventure, players will train dragons, explore environments and battle in prestigious dragon tournaments as they battle for Viking victory. Plus, gamers can become the Dragon hero of their living room as they square-off with friends and family in endless head-to-head multi-player combat!

 

Review of Synology DiskStation DS210j NAS

Synology is a company that has specialized in NAS devices and has quite an extensive catalog of products which basically covers every need on the market. Today I will be reviewing one of their newer products, the “DiskStation DS210j” which is primarily intended for use in home networks. This product really has o ton of interesting specifications which are available at their website.

 

The specifications of the DS210j are doubtless impressive but the really interesting thing about this NAS is the accompanied control software which enables all the extra features. We will go into that more extensively later in the review…

Review of Synology DiskStation DS210j NAS

Intel's Core i3-530 - The Budget Powerhouse? @ Techgage.com

When Intel launched its Westmere-based line-up this past January, one of the more interesting models released was the Core i3-530. The big reason was its budget $120 price tag. But if there's one thing that can make a budget chip interesting, it's overclocking, and fortunately, there's huge potential where this chip is concerned.

Intel's Core i3-530 - The Budget Powerhouse? @ Techgage.com

 

Marvell 88SS9174-BJP2 SSD Controller Review @ Benchmark Reviews

Just over two years ago there were only five companies involved in Solid State Drive technology, and as of January 2010 there are nearly 140 names in the business. Without doubt, the SSD market has enjoyed a powerful growth period with relatively painless consumer acceptance. Benchmark Reviews has been on top of the SSD scene since retail products were first introduced at the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show. Based on the Marvell 88SS9174-BJP2 SSD processor, the Crucial RealSSD-C300 becomes the industry's first SATA-6G consumer Solid State Drive. Likewise, the C300 is also the first SSD to use ONFI 2.1 synchronous NAND flash. In this article, Benchmark Reviews inspects the Marvell 88SS9174-BJP2 SSD processor rated for 355/215 MBps read and write speeds.

Marvell 88SS9174-BJP2 SSD Controller Review @ Benchmark Reviews

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

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