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Lian Li Mini Q PC-V354 MicroATX Case Review - Lian Li Mini Q PC-V354 MicroATX Case Review
Sat, October 30 2010 | 9:02AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Today we are looking at a pintsized HTPC/desktop case that, despite its size, can accommodate some impressive gaming hardware. The Lian Li Mini Q PC-V354 is a bit of an all-rounder, suitable for both compact gaming rigs and home theater PCs. Although the MicroATX form factor has been around for over a decade, gaming systems utilizing this format have only recently become commonplace because there was little gaming oriented MicroATX hardware. Now that said hardware is available from companies including Asus and DFI, one problem remains: what should you put it in? Many compact cases can't house graphics cards longer than the motherboard, and that limits card lengths to 23-24cm, eliminating most flagship ATI and Nvidia products. Multi-GPU setups are generally off the table, too. Putting an end to such restrictions, Lian Li has developed a case to complement new high-end mATX motherboards. Called the Mini Q PC-V354, the company says this little guy supports graphics cards as long as 35cm, making even the mighty Radeon HD 5970 a possibility. In fact, the Mini Q PC-V354 can supposedly house two enthusiast GPUs, which is amazing given the case itself is just 42cm long.
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IP70 IP Camera - IP70 IP Camera
Mon, May 10 2010 | 9:00AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Security and surveillance products are usually very expensive or cheap and lacking performance to make them useful. Compro Technology's latest offering, the IP70 Day & Night internet camera promises to be a high quality solution at an affordable price point. Featuring HD picture quality, a compact size, and multiple viewing options from web browser streaming to the included software suite, what more could you ask from an IP camera? Read our review and see if the IP70 is worth your cash.
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