This is your early Monday edition! Taking the Plunge with VoIP can present dangers if the providers 911 service isn't up to snuff, or it can save a lot of money on long distance charges. See what Voiptower.com have to say. In other news, Trustedreviews.com have articles on the Evesham Acumen DC10 Workstation, and HP LaserJet 1022nw personal laser printer. Hardwarezone debunks the MSI K8N SLI Compatibility Issue, then steams on towards a review of the MSI NX6600GT-V2TD128E Diamond.
ExtremeMHz test the Logisys Multi-Function Panel, saying; "This particular unit has Dual Analog temperature displays, front USB/Firewire, and some limited fan control..."
Origo3D has posted a Geforce 7 driver comparison. 3D Accelerated a review on the Samsung YH-925 MP3 player. Accelenation follow along with their own take on this photo/MP3 player. PCSTATS' review of the same YH-925 unit is right here.
OCZs Titanium PC3200 1GB Dual Channel Kit makes a break for it at InsaneTek today, while the Raidmax X-1 Case, Enermax 535w, PC Tech Station 2, and Gigabyte Ga-K8nxp-sli motherboard round out some of the more notable news.
ATI's All in Wonder X800XT makes the promotion rounds through Tweaknews.net, who say; "Dollar for dollar, you still just can't beat the value and features compressed into this one computer peripheral. It's a TV, it's a top notch gaming card, it's an FM Radio, it's a personal video recorder, well, I guess it is pretty darn well everything. You buy it, you install it and instantly your drab and boring computer has an amazing amount of potential..." The PowerColor X700 Bravo Edition is a less expensive ATI card, good for office PCs.
Looking for something a little flatter than that big fat TV sitting in your den? The Samsung 910MP LCD TV Monitor is a good first start, and 19" in size. Combine that with the Hauppauge PVR 500 MCE, and any computer could be a personal video recorder.