Oh man... The guys at EnvyNews have a lot of stuff for us today!!!
They check out the
Belkin 32MB Flash Drive...
In our 8th USB Keychain drive review, we examime Belkin's offering
- the 32MB F5UO25. Sporting a stylish silver appearance and the best performance
scores yet in our labs, this Flash drive is sure to please. We've got three
more keychain drives from other brands in our labs - will the Belkin one be
able to hold the fort?
Then they look at the new Kingston
6in1 Media Reader...
Every once in a while, along comes a truly logical product
that makes you sit back and think Now, why didnt someone come-up
with this earlier?. Kingston isnt the only company that came up
with a multiple-card USB media reader, but they are the first to come out with
one that is both compact and relatively inexpensive. As I write this, several
other companies have joined-in with similar products that are just as compact
and cost-effective, but we have to acknowledge that Kingston was there from
the start with their 6-in-1 Media Reader.
And lastly they bust out a review on the Epox
Hot on the heels of EPoX's latest release, we have a review
of their SiS648 chipset board for the Pentium 4 platform. Despite its low cost,
this board packs great features including RAID and AGP 8x. Tested with PC2100,
2700, and 3200 DDR RAM, the results are quite surprising. What better way to
present you this board than by publishing benchmarks with a 'Pre-release Beta'
of SiSoftware's Sandra 2003 Pro benchmark suite!