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ASUS P7P55D Premium Motherboard Review - PCstats.com ASUS P7P55D Premium Motherboard Review
Mon, December 21 2009 | 12:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
This board is ASUS’s most feature-rich P55 Express board with all of the features that came with the ASUS P7P55D Deluxe board but adding the new SATA 6 Gb/second interface, making it the board of choice for those wanting the most features on a new motherboard with this chipset. ASUS has really gone the extra mile with their performance, overclocking, and the inclusion of the TurboV Remote which is a great feature allowing tweaking of the board without going into the BIOS. The P55 chipset with the Lynnfield CPU combination is an excellent compromise of high performance and a decent price while adding new features to the Intel platform. This board receives an Editor’s Choice award due to the features it offers and its excellent design.
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Quick Review: Lenovo Mini Wireless Keyboard N5901 - PCstats.com Quick Review: Lenovo Mini Wireless Keyboard N5901
Mon, August 23 2010 | 4:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"A Home Theater PC is the Swiss army knife of home entertainment systems. Capable of playing every format under the sun, from iTunes downloads to Blu-ray disc, the HTPC is unrivaled by media boxes and disc players. In addition to better compatibility, the increased horsepower afforded by PC components often results in better quality as well. One area where the HTPC is still lagging behind all-in-one set top solutions, however, is the ease of control. While front-end software exists to bridge the gap between the power of the PC and the usability of a set top interface, the occasional need to control a HTPC as a PC can still be necessary. That’s where the Lenovo Mini Wireless Keyboard fits right in."
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