PCA has a few things for us today... They check out
the Phillips MMS 306/A 3.600 5.1 Speaker System...
Aesthetics and desk space are going to be a major factor in
helping Philips get these systems into consumers' homes. The internet prices
at the time of this review linger in the $120 range, with cost of shipping to
be considered. The small footprint is excellent for cramped tabletops, and the
appearance of the flat panel speakers will get positive comments from friends.
The sound is good for standard listening, movies, and gaming.
And then they show us a 6 port Baybus fan controller.
In the continued pursuit of keeping our system and expensive
peripherals cool, we usually add more fans. It's not uncommon for many of us
overclockers to have 3 or more case fans and in some extreme cases (c'mon, raise
your hand) some even have six! Of course, don't mind all the noise those fans
put out, just as long as our system is cool. What? You'd like some peace and
quiet? Why can't we make those noisy fans spin slower and quieter when we do
not need the cooling, like when surfing the net, but then make them go full
speed when we do need the cooling, like when playing the latest games. Now you
can with the very interesting Baybus 6 Port Fan Controller.