PenStar Systems has an editorial on AMD's Analyst Day. BCCHardware posts a review on some DDR3 memory from Aeneon. Overclocker Cafe talks about the Logitech G15 keyboard.
The new Logitech G15 features black keys, a gunmetal border around the keys, and a black border around the rest of the keyboard. What I noticed right off the bat about this new G15 is that the LCD screen isn’t a flip-up – it’s always visible. I also noted how the media controls are on the side of the LCD display. This new G15, like the older G15, features a full number pad, something I find myself using frequently. You’ll also find USB connectors for other peripherals you may have, such as an iPod. There is a mute button and a brightness button that allows you to have your backlight and LCD screen brightness level at either dim, bright, or off. I also noticed that the backspace, enter, and shift keys do not have the letters for their name on them – only arrows depicting their actions.