Daily Reviews Summary 10/26/09
Posted on: 10/26/2009 01:53 PM

Bluetooth Mini Mouse Reviewed
DragonSteelMods posted a review on the Bluetooth Mini Mouse

Bluetooth has become the universal wireless standard for many things, and many netbooks come with it built-in now so why not take advantage of it for more than just audio. Today for review MobielFun has sent me over the Bluetooth Mini Mouse, it's a mouse, it's bluetooth, and it's small and portable, and it works great.

Bluetooth Mini Mouse Reviewed

PowerMobile Advanced Emergency Charger Review
Bona Fide Reviews posted a review on the PowerMobile Advanced Emergency Charger

Our friends at MobileFun have sent me over the PowerMobile Advanced Emergency Charger for review. I like this unit for a number of reasons, it can use regular or rechargeable batteries and you can charge the batteries in the unit via USB. The product comes with several charging tips for many devices but it has a stand USB port, so you can charge most any device without the use of the included tips. It truly is a universal charger for your portable devices..

PowerMobile Advanced Emergency Charger Review

Sharkoon SATA QuickPort Duo Review
XSReviews has reviewed Sharkoon SATA QuickPort Duo

While storage space has stayed well ahead of software in terms of increasing capacities, because of duplicated and backed up data, most people now have a plethora of different storage solutions to hold their ever important information. There's pen drives, optical media, portable hard drives and more. However, the cheapest option of them all tends to be a run of the mill hard drive, with a docking point of some sort. This can also be a great way to utilise an older, smaller drive that you no longer have use for. With that in mind, lets commence today's review of the Sharkoon SATA QuickPort Duo.

Sharkoon SATA QuickPort Duo Review

AMD Athlon II X2 240 2.80 GHz Review
techPowerUp posted a review on the AMD Athlon II X2 240 2.80 GHz

AMD's Athlon II X2 240 is set out to deliver a best-in-class experience for less than $60. Even though it has only two cores it can deliver in many benchmarks including gaming. Its attractive price point and undervolting capabilities also make it an interesting choice for a budget oriented media PC setup.

AMD Athlon II X2 240 2.80 GHz Review

Vantec NexStar Vault HDD Enclosure Review
Virtual-Hideout posted a review on the Vantec NexStar Vault HDD Enclosure

Vantec is well known for its NexStar line of hard drive enclosures and we've reviewed quite a few of them, along with their other product lines, here on VH over the years with favorable results. Vantec recently took their basic hard drive enclosure to another level by offering a secured model called the "Vault". This is a password protected setup that basically splits your hard drive 50/50 with one side being public (unsecured) and the other side being private (secured) and it does it all automatically. Let's see how Vantec's Vault get this accomplished.

Vantec NexStar Vault HDD Enclosure Review

Vizo Luxon 3.5" External IDE/SATA HDD Enclosure Review
Madshrimps posted a review on the Vizo Luxon 3.5" External IDE/SATA HDD Enclosure

You can find them in nearly every variation you want: black, white, pink, robust, ultra-light, slick, mat, ... but deciding which one suits you best, performance and style wise often is not an easy job certainly if you are trying to integrate these into your living room environment. HDD Enclosures, that is what I am talking about and today we have a look at an 3,5inch IDE/SATA enclosure offering by Vizo.

Vizo Luxon 3.5" External IDE/SATA HDD Enclosure Review

Enermax ECO80+ 620W SLI PSU Review
Rbmods posted a review on the Enermax ECO80+ 620W SLI PSU

Today we are taking a look at a PSU from Enermax, a well known power supply manufacturer. We received a sample of their ECO friendly 80+ and SLI certified PSU. This unit has 620W and should be quite silent if we look at the specifiations. Lets have a closer look at this unit and how it can perform.

Enermax ECO80+ 620W SLI PSU Review

Zotac GeForce GTX 285 AMP! Edition 1GB Graphics Card Video Review
eTeknix.com posted Zotac GeForce GTX 285 AMP! Edition 1GB Graphics Card Video Review

Today we are looking at the Zotac GeForce GTX 285 AMP! Edition 1GB graphics card. This is a high end card from Zotac and features 1gb of GDDR3 memory, comes with a 5 year warranty and also comes supplied with a free copy of GRID, the game.

Zotac GeForce GTX 285 AMP! Edition 1GB Graphics Card Video Review

Corsair HX750W Professional Series Modular 750 Watt Power Supply Review
Tweaknews posted a review on the Corsair HX750W Professional Series Modular 750 Watt Power Supply

Corsair's new HX750W ATX modular power supply certainly doesn't disappoint. With excellent performance, quiet operation, and a very innovative feature set, this PSU could easily find a home in the most demanding systems.

Corsair HX750W Professional Series Modular 750 Watt Power Supply Review

A-DATA S592 128GB SSD Review
Hardware Canucks posted a review of the A-DATA S592 128GB SSD

It seems that every time we look at the SSD market new companies have thrown their hats into the ring and are releasing their products. Lately, Indilinx-based drives are the talk of the town with everyone from OCZ to Corsair to G.Skill releasing drives with Indilinx controllers. A-Data is the latest to enter the fray sporting Indilinx hardware but what can they bring to the table that their competition doesn't? Let's find out.

A-DATA S592 128GB SSD Review

ZEROTherm Core i5/i7 Coolers: Nirvana 120 and Core 92 Review
PureOverclock published a review of the ZEROTherm Core i5/i7 Coolers: Nirvana 120 and Core 92 heatsinks.

ZEROtherm is a company probably best known for creating buzz surrounding their butterfly cooler design not long ago. Capitalizing on that success, they have two CPU coolers for the Intel Core i5/i7 platforms: the Nirvana 120 PWM and the Core 92 heatsinks. The Nirvana certainly looks very unique, and the smaller Core 92 is attractive, but what about performance? Can they keep a couple of Socket 1156 and 1366 chips cool? Can they handle overclocked Core i5 and i7 monster CPUs? Let's find out.

ZEROTherm Core i5/i7 Coolers: Nirvana 120 and Core 92 Review

Kingston SSDNow V Series 40GB SSD Desktop Upgrade Kit Review
OCC has published a review on the Kingston SSDNow V Series 40GB SSD Desktop Upgrade Kit

The Kingston SSDNow V-Series SSD does exactly what is set out to do. It offers great performance, an easy upgrade path, and comes in at a great price. While the upgrade might not be as easy as adding a new stick of memory to your system, most users will not have too much difficulty in achieving the proper results. Once I had the drive set up in my system, the difference over my hard disk drive was very noticeable. My operating system and applications loaded faster, large photo editing was much smoother.

Kingston SSDNow V Series 40GB SSD Desktop Upgrade Kit Review

nMediaPC HTPC-6000B ATX HTPC Case Review
OCIA.net has posted their review of the nMediaPC HTPC-6000B ATX HTPC Case.

Today I will be reviewing a sharp looking new desktop HTPC case by nMediaPC. It accommodates a standard ATX motherboard and a full sized power suppy, with pricing in the economy range of HTPC cases (under $100). It definitely does not look like a PC case, which is definitely the trend in the HTPC case arena. Read on to find out about the nMediaPC HTPC-6000B!

nMediaPC HTPC-6000B ATX HTPC Case Review

NZXT M59 Mid-Tower Chassis Review
Techgage.com posted a review on the NZXT M59 Mid-Tower Chassis

The value in PC components today is fantastic, with the chassis being no exception. With its M59 mid-tower chassis, NZXT proves that value doesn't have to mean cheap, as this one is packed. It features a cool design, LED lighting, features usually only seen on higher-end models, and of course, a $59.99 USD price-tag.

NZXT M59 Mid-Tower Chassis Review

Zalman CNPS10X Quiet Review
techPowerUp posted a review on the Zalman CNPS10X Quiet fan

The Zalman CNPS10X Quiet takes the CNPS10X Extreme and pairs it with a silent fan for all those users who want the cooling performance of a tower cooler in combination with silence. We crank up the heat to see if the CNPS10X Quiet can stay cool when it counts.

Zalman CNPS10X Quiet Review


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