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Mionix Naos 3200 Optical Mouse review - Mionix Naos 3200 Optical Mouse review
Tue, November 23 2010 | 9:01AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Last Monday, when I arrived at home and decided to check my mail, I was quite surprised to see a large FedEx package at my front door. At first, I could not remember what this package was for, nor could not recall from memory which company uses FedEx at this time to ship me a product for review. Therefore, before opening the box, I decided to do was to take a peek at the shipping invoice. To my astonishment, I discovered it was from Digital Interactive CompuExpert; a company I have never heard of before. Thinking it could be a shipping error, a closer inspection indicates it was actually correctly addressed to me -- with my name, address, and all on it. The description of the product was 'Sharkoon X-Tactic Digital Gaming Headset Gaming Accessory'. This really got me thinking. "When did I order a gaming headset?" Then panic kicked in that our Editor-in-Chief Jonathan might have sent me an audio product for review, unfortunately that is certainly not my particular area of specialization here at APH Networks. Even so, I decided it would be best to ask Jonathan what to do, so he told me calmly to "just open it". Upon disassembling the mysterious FedEx package, I was relieved to see it was the Mionix Naos 3200 I was expecting for our review today. Many of you may have read my Mionix Naos 5000 review a few months back. The Mionix Naos 5000 is a mouse I truly enjoy and still use, thanks to its commendable performance and comfort. Well, Mionix is at it again, now with their latest release. The Naos 3200 is a gaming mouse featuring an LED backed 3200 dpi sensor rather than the 5040 dpi laser sensor incorporated in the Naos 5000 for a lower price point. Without further delay, let us plunge into this review, and see how the Naos 3200 plays in real life!
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ICY DOCK MB672 Internal 3.5-inch SAS - ICY DOCK MB672 Internal 3.5-inch SAS
Tue, April 20 2010 | 12:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
“Hot-swappable hard drive bays have been around for quite a while now. Many people use them because they need to transfer large files between computers or they need to take hard drives with them from location to location. The thing that was a big pain when it came to hot-swappable devices is that you needed to have the same one installed on each system so that the trays would work on both systems. ICY DOCK who has been making devices like this for a long time has now eliminated the tray design so all you have to do is just slide your drive right in. Let’s take a look at one of their latest intern al enclosures the MB672."
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