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InWin Maelstrom Case  - PCstats.com InWin Maelstrom Case
Thu, December 17 2009 | 9:03AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"The products from InWin have always caught my eye for the simple reason that they don't particularly follow the same design trends that many other manufacturers follow. They've made some cases that are really edgy and military/space themed and some others that are tailored specifically for the ladies out there. Although the ideas may be taking a bit of a dive, the cases have always had outstanding looks and a fine attention to detail. The same goes with many of their other peripherals; like a hard drive enclosure based around native Chinese design principals. Although the ideas seem "out there", a look at these products on the store shelf will probably find you going back for a second glance. When the opportunity arose to check out InWin's latest Maelstrom full ATX case, of course I couldn't resist."
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BlackBerry Bold 9650 smartphone  - PCstats.com BlackBerry Bold 9650 smartphone
Wed, August 25 2010 | 4:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Verizon has sent me over the BlackBerry Bold 9650 Smartphone for review today, and for me it’s treat, it’s my first BlackBerry ever, popped my berry as it were! Seriously though the Bold 9650 is a world phone, so inside you’ll also find a sim card, something which you don’t find on many Verizon phones, but in this case it’s necessary. Included with the phone you’ll find a power adapter with tips for several parts of the world and a nice carrying case, along with a wired headset. The phone itself is interesting to use, and as a first time user I feel it’s decent, it’s a phone for business people, so it doesn’t exactly feel friendly for the average person., but then again it’s not meant to be a phone for the average person is it? "
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