Choiix Cruiser 2.4GHz Wireless Mouse Review
Posted on: 09/21/2010 04:12 PM

ThinkComputers.org posted a review on the Choiix Cruiser 2.4GHz Wireless Mouse. Other new reviews:

- Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review
- Corsair Graphite 600T Mid Tower Case Video Review
- Lian Li PC-T7B Mini-ITX Test Bench
- ASUS ENGTS450 TOP Review
- Motorola Droid 2 Cell Phone Review
- Antec DF 30 Review
- Iomega eGo USB 3.0 Review
- AMD Phenom II x6 1075T 3.0GHz Processor Review
- AMD Phenom II X6 1075T Black Edition Review
- Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R (Rev 2.0) Motherboard Review
- Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 3TB Review
- Patriot Xporter XT Rage 32GB USB Flash Drive Review
- BitFenix Colossus ATX Case Review

Choiix Cruiser 2.4GHz Wireless Mouse Review
ThinkComputers.org posted a review on the Choiix Cruiser 2.4GHz Wireless Mouse

If you are anything like me then you absolutely cannot not use your laptop’s track pad to do any sort of work. Even if you are not like me using a mouse with a laptop is a lot more comfortable. Well our friends from Choiix may have the perfect portable mouse for you. The Choiix Cruiser is a 2.4 GHz wireless mouse that is small and can be used on pretty much any surface, which makes it perfect for laptop users that are on the go. Read on to check it out!

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Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review
Legit Reviews posted a review on the Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive

Kingston's DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 (DTU30) features the latest technology for USB Flash drives, making it ideal for early adopters who want to take advantage of all the performance improvements offered by USB 3.0 right away. We push the try as hard as we could using synthetic benchmarks and then transferred some files to see how it performs in real world testing against several other USB devices that you might have heard of before.

The Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 64GB Flash drive is certainly the fastest USB Flash drive that we have ever seen Kingston bring to the market. The move to SuperSpeed USB 3.0 is certainly a welcomed addition to the market and we are very happy to see Kingston enter the USB 3.0 market for the very first time. As more companies enter the USB 3.0 market space it is only to increase competition and that, in turn, drives innovation up and usually pricing down. We hope this will be just the first of many more USB 3.0 products that we see from Kingston this year...

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Corsair Graphite 600T Mid Tower Case Video Review
Hardware Canucks posted a video review of the new Corsair Graphite 600T Mid Tower Case.

After Corsair launched their highly successful and innovative 800D full tower case followed by the slightly less expensive 700D, there were many who were wondering what the next step would look like. Now we know. Today we take a look at the Graphite 600T; a case which retains the high quality Corsair is known for but sporting a mid-range price of less than $160.

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Lian Li PC-T7B Mini-ITX Test Bench
Modders-Inc posted a review on the Lian Li PC-T7B Mini-ITX Test Bench

Lian Li launches a new Mini-ITX TEST BENCH chassis for 2010, the Lian Li T7. Today we are fortunate enough to take a look at the Lian Li PC-T7B Mini-ITX Test Bench, the B being for the black version, as it comes in red and silver as well. This model test bench is designed for Mini-ITX motherboards.

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ASUS ENGTS450 TOP Review
Neoseeker posted a review on the ASUS ENGTS450 TOP

We've posted a new review of one of the first factory overclocked GeForce GTS 450 cards, the ASUS ENGTS450 TOP. It boasts 925/4000 core/memory clocks out of the box, along with a beefier aftermarket cooler to improve cooling with little added noise. It commands a $10 premium over GTS 450 cards at reference clocks, so check out the review to see if the value is still in the cards for our latest GTS 450 card writeup.

What ASUS has done is take the reference design of the newly released GTS 450 and improved both the cooling capabilities and performance. This is done through increased clock speeds, an aftermarket heatpipe cooling solution and even the ability to raise the core voltage for additional overclocking headroom. All of this should take the ENGTS450 TOP to the next level and lead to substantial improvements over the reference design.

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Motorola Droid 2 Cell Phone Review
Hardware Secrets posted Motorola Droid 2 Cell Phone Review

We liked a lot of things about the Motorola Droid, but we really hated the keyboard with its off-set scroll pad and the fact that you couldn't use voice commands when using Bluetooth. So, when Verizon and Motorola announced the Droid 2, we were excited to take a close look to see if these two problems had been resolved. We were also eager to see what other improvements were made.

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Antec DF 30 Review
XSReviews has written a review of the Antec DF 30 case

Antec's new line of high performance chassis' are aimed at gamers and professionals alike offering exceptional cooling combined with flexibility and functionality.

Indeed, the Dark Fleet DF-85 has already been granted high praise here at XSReviews so how will this cheaper, mid tower Dark Fleet offering shape up? Introducing the DF-30...

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Iomega eGo USB 3.0 Review
TechReviewSource.com posted a review on the Iomega eGo USB 3.0

USB 3.0 is becoming more and more prevalent on the market, both in terms of computers that support it and peripherals that utilize it. The Iomega eGo USB 3.0 external hard drive offers the speed of USB 3.0, portability, and a large drive with 500GB of available space.

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AMD Phenom II x6 1075T 3.0GHz Processor Review
TechwareLabs reviews the AMD Phenom II x6 1075T 3.0GHz Processor

AMD released today some great new processors to fill in some holes in their lineup. Here we have the latest addition of the set, the AMD Phenom II x6 1075T 3.0GHz

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AMD Phenom II X6 1075T Black Edition Review
Overclock3D have just published a new article titled: AMD Phenom II X6 1075T Black Edition

What's that, another fully unlocked hex core? We simply had to take a look at this...

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Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R (Rev 2.0) Motherboard Review
Vortez.co.uk posted a review on the Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R (Rev 2.0) Motherboard

Many of Gigabyte's initially released X58 motherboards have gone through several transitions over the last two years to accommodate new features and to provide better performance. The most notable change came in the form
of USB3.0 and SATA 6.0Gbps support. When first released, the UD3R moniker represented the company's budget alternative to those wanting to jump onto the X58 bandwagon. The problem was the 4 memory slot design often discouraged people from buying it for future expansion purposes. In response, Gigabyte have streamlined their budget segment and with the addition of the latest features, created the GA-X58A-UD3R where the second 'A' denotes USB3.0 and SATA 6.0Gbps compliance. On a similar note, the 'UD' abbreviation represents their Ultra Durable design throughout their product line up. Furthermore, they have revised the board with a much better VRM circuitry with 12 phase PWM design on the CPU for superior overclocking. Other than that, we can expect to see many of Gigabyte's innovative features such as the 2 oz copper PCB, extra USB power, 3-way graphics card support and a rich application suite to manage the motherboard from a user friendly windows environment. In essence, it has the making of a high end motherboard with a few cost cutting compromises to appeal to a budget minded audience.

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Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 3TB Review
Techgage.com posted a review of Seagate's first 3TB offering, the FreeAgent GoFlex Desk

With our media collections growing larger by the day, it's sad to look at a 2TB hard drive and picture it as not being "large enough" for our goods. To help remedy things a bit, Seagate recently released a 3TB external drive, and it today remains the only 3TB single drive offering. Let's take a look and see if it's worth your consideration.

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Patriot Xporter XT Rage 32GB USB Flash Drive Review
TechwareLabs reviews the Patriot Xporter XT Rage 32GB USB Flash Drive

The Patriot Extreme Performance Xporter XT Rage is a USB Flash Drive with both performance and functionality. Featuring an innovative Quad Channel configuration, data is intelligently managed and transferred simultaneously to 4 NAND chips resulting in vastly enhanced performance, particularly write speeds.

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BitFenix Colossus ATX Case Review
Madshrimps posted BitFenix Colossus ATX Case Review

The Colossus is the first case launched from BitFenix, a new company on the market. The case has some interesting features like a very innovative TRON-like lightening, a top compartment with lock and the cable routing/hiding options. The included 2x230mm fans provide enough cooling and there is a fan controller that has spare connections for up to 4 extra fans.

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