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Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi HD Review  - Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi HD Review
Wed, November 17 2010 | 4:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"It'd be fair to say that Creative have been fairly quiet with regards to sound card releases over the past few years. The most recent sound card being the X-Fi Fatal1ty series, For audiophiles the X-Fi Extreme product-line has been a popular choice, so in one sense you can understand why Creative haven't needed to be concerned - this range has been very successful. In September Creative announced the release of a brand new series of sound card coming under the HD classification, because Creative have been fairly dormant in this division this makes for very interesting news. It's good to see them launching new audio products onto the market, and in particular sound cards. So today, I will be taking a look at the X-Fi HD. There are two versions of this sound card, one is installed onto the motherboard and the other resides on your desk being USB. I will be reviewing the latter."
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Maha Energy MH-C9000 WizardOne Charger-Analyzer Review  - Maha Energy MH-C9000 WizardOne Charger-Analyzer Review
Sat, April 24 2010 | 12:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Environmental friendly products are ones that are catching on in the North American market. It seems that the trend has shifted toward utilizing green products and being able to reduce, reuse and recycle has never been of more importance in our lifetimes until now. We have been advised of the devastating effects of global warming by scientists and high ranking officials of government and now we’ve seen with our own eyes. Being able to reduce, reuse and recycle has got to be implemented by lifestyle changes. One way to achieve change is to stop using disposable products. It seems that we’ve been a disposable society for far too long and that has come back to bite us. Today I will be reviewing a ‘smart charger’ and a pack of ‘low-self discharge’ NIMH batteries that you can consider in your future purchase. I present to you the review of the Maha Energy MH-C9000 WizardOne Charger-Analyzer and the IMEDION 2100mAh ‘Ready When You Are!’ NIMH rechargeables."
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