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iXBT Labs Review: Intel DP55WG iXBT Labs Review: Intel DP55WG "Warrensburg" Motherboard
Thu, December 03 2009 | 5:58PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Today we shall review a motherboard that has maximum PCIe-related features (for a P55-based solution), but lacks heatpipes, additional disk drive controllers -- everything that would prevent it from being reasonably priced."
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Logitech Z520 Desktop Computer Speakers review  - Logitech Z520 Desktop Computer Speakers review
Fri, August 20 2010 | 12:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Most of the time, as general consumers, we like to think that the lower the price, the more attractive a product is. In the speaker world, things tend to be a different. As audiophiles, we often like to think that the higher the price, the more attractive the product is. Case in point: When Logitech asked me if I was interested in reviewing their Z520 speaker system, I had my share of doubt. While Logitech has consistently produced reasonably good quality speakers for the price -- even for a sound-picky person like myself -- in the past few years, it is hard to believe how good can a 2.0 set could possibly be. Don't get me wrong; I am not the type that thinks the more speakers, the better -- but a missing subwoofer is a missing subwoofer. And then I looked at the price. Carrying a MSRP of $130 and purchasable at retail stores for just a tick under $100 at press time, suddenly the set became much more attractive to me! Yeah, they are pretty expensive for a pair of desktop computer speakers, and this is exactly the reason why I want to see why it commands this price. To fuel my curiosity in conjunction with plugging you some data to make an informed purchase decision, let's unbox a brand new Logitech Z520 and plug it into the brilliant Auzentech X-Fi HomeTheater HD for some subjective listening tests. Read on to see what I have found!
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