PCstats tested out an 8-port Gigabit Ethernet Switch from MSI, called the SW8G. It's intended for SOHO business/server operations, but it can also be useful to home users who demand a lot of bandwidth. Of course, the MSI SW8G is also backwards capable of 10Mb or 100Mb operation for PCs that aren't up to Gigabit spec yet.
Hexus run through their own Corsair XMS Xpert Preview - basically, Corsair just added an alphanumeric display. Hardwarezoom does its own 3-part 6600GT comparison. Mushkin’s PC2-5300 gets all fired up here, and here. Gigabyte's X600 XT GV-RX60X128V gets tested here, and ATI's Radeon X800 XL is previewed by Hexus.
The PQI24200-1GDB DDR2 Turbo Memory Kit makes waves at Hothardware, while a 265MB Cruzer Micro is the topic of 3Dextreme's latest review. Somehow, a USB thumb drive seems neither "extreme" nor "3D" to me. What do you think? Is there really any point in reviewing USB hard drives?