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Seagate Backup Plus Slim External USB 3.0 2TB Hard Drive Review
Guide to Memory, RAM, and how to upgrade it - Guide to Memory, RAM, and how to upgrade it
Wed, April 14 2004 | 8:35PM | PermaLink Feedback?
The Viperlair News Team will stick it to you if you don't pay attention on the following reviews they've worked hard to get online; iRock's latest solid state MP3 player, RatpadzGS, a customizable keyboard designed with the gamer in mind, HIS Excalibur 9600, aluminum 500w power supply, and an FX 5700 Ultra. myWORLD Hardware has just completed their 2nd review of the week. This time, they take a look at Steelpad's Steel Gaming Glove 3. PC Perspective has posted an article reviewing three Seasonic power supply units coming in at 350, 400 and 460 watt versions. The XTrac Pro HS, Ripper, and Hammer Reviews come to light at, while the gang at do the Xenix Illuminated Multimedia Keyboard. Shuttle's latest Limited Edition SB75S isn't worth getting when you think of the excellence that is the Aopen XCcube, but lostcircuits review it none the less. Never been much of a fan of the Nokia N-Gage QD Game Deck, but here is a few hundred words on the unit if you're interested.

"The enthusiast may be under the false impression that Intel really, really cares about having the fastest consumer-level CPUs. Intel's near-$30-billion turnover in 2003 dwarfs its arch-rival's, AMD's, by a factor of close to 10, and Intel has an x86 CPU market share in excess of 80%. That's an enviable position to be in. 2003 also saw an unstinting rise in technological stocks. Intel, naturally, gained back some of the market capitalization that it lost, like everyone else for that matter, when the frenzied stock bubble burst in 2001. In short, Intel is doing good." Mouse Grips Reviews come to us from Creative Mods and XYZ Computing today. Looking for an opinion on Nu Tech's 8x DVD+R/4x DVD+RW internal drive? How about the Bluetrek Wireless Headset? Maybe Samsung's SyncMaster 172x is more your style? Finally, for tonight we end with the Creative GigaWorks S750 Review, and our Guide to Memory, RAM, and how to upgrade it!

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