If you're big into music and standard sized mp3 players don't hold enough songs it might be time to start shopping for a MP3 Jukebox. One such Mp3 jukebox that we're taking a look at is the Neuros 20 gig Mp3 player which has a host of unusual features.
If you're a serious gamer any extra edge in performance and ease of game play is greatly welcome. Today we look at a product that claims to add greater accuracy and precision when using a mouse; the Icemat mousing surface.
Thermaltake has a new heatsink fan combo for the new Athlon 64 and Opteron processors. This new model is very similar in design to their Extreme Volcano 12 heatsink with similar features such as the two fan speed controllers and the same 72.92 CFM Fan.
There's a lot of modding equipment for illuminating your computer out now a days and it's getting hard to find stuff that new and original. We found a new product from Coolmax that takes a spin on the LED Fan with the ability to cycle through different colors, the Chameleon LED Fan.
The irock 830 comes equipped with 128 megs of memory; which is good for about four hours of music. The unit is also both MP3 and WMA compliant. On top of digital music the unit has a built in FM radio with 20 configurable presets.
Thermaltake's Volcano series of heatsink has been around many years now and has gone through many reincarnations. Today we take a look at the most recent version the totally redesigned Extreme Volcano 12.
Have you ever been somewhere and said to yourself "damn i wish i had a camera on me" ? Well Oxygenergy Electronics has a solution for you with their OX Hipspot digital Camera that fits in your pocket and does double duty as a keychain.
The battle between a silent computer and one that stays cool has been a long drawn out war. Usually the user would have to settle for something in between, but when zalman sent us their CNPS7000A-CU heatsink we thought we may have to change our thinking.
Zalman is well known for their silent cooling solutions for computers, and we were surprised when they sent us something complete different that spins away from computer component cooling. Today we take a look at an intriguing new product called Real Surround Sound Headphones "Theatre 6".
Today we thought we would have some fun with an xp 2600+ amd processor. The xp 2600+ with the 333mhz frontside bus is the cheapest priced of the thoroughbred B athlon processors, and we're gonna test to see if this could be a nice budget overclocker.
Today we take a look at one of the latest heatsink fan combo offered by Thermaltake the Silent Boost. With its all copper construction and unique fan design the Silent Boost looks like it's sure to be a good performer.
Corsair is well known for its great performing XMS series DDR ram. Memory modules are available all the way up to PC4000 XMS for the hardcore enthusiast, but what about the budget conscious overclocker that wants the best bang for their buck?
Corsairs PC2700 has been rumored to be a good performer and claims of hitting a 200 mhz bus from the 333 MHZ ram run rampant on the net.
So today we will be testing out the claims for ourselves with a stick of 512 meg PC2700 XMS.
Manufacturers have made all kinds products to illuminate computer cases in the past few years from cold cathodes to led fans, so why not a mouse? Well we've found one that does just that the Crystal Neon Mouse.
Today we're looking at Thermaltake's new cooling solution kit the X Blower, which includes 2 fans and a dual fan speed controller. The fans aren't your typical variety either, one is a new version of the smartfan 2 and the other is the radically different designed Blower fan.