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Ladybird GTX 285 - Ladybird GTX 285
Sat, April 17 2010 | 12:02PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"I find it relatively hard to recommend this card to anyone. Not because of the card's poor performance in two benchmarks - even though it didn't perform as well as it should have, it still gave extremely playable framerates - but rather because I find it hard to recommend the Ladybird GTX 285 due to its price. I have no problem spending $350 on a video card, but for almost the same price, you can pick up a HD 5850. The 5850 supports DX 11 and will provide the same, if not greater, performance."
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Microsoft Sidewinder X6 Gaming Keyboard Review - Microsoft Sidewinder X6 Gaming Keyboard Review
Fri, November 26 2010 | 9:00AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"A little history lesson is in order for you young fellas who think of Microsoft has little more than a software juggernaut. In truth, the rowdy bunch from Redmond have been kicking out hardware products for nearly three decades, starting with the formation of "Microsoft Hardware" back in 1982. In the 1990s, Microsoft began catering to gamers with the introduction of the original Sidewinder Game Pad, and the Sidewinder brand would be used to market a series of gamepads, joysticks, driving wheels, and even a voice chat device before the Sidewinder name was retired in 2003. Four years later, Microsoft revived the Sidewinder brand, first with a Sidewinder Mouse and then with the Sidewinder X6 in 2008. Fast forward to today and the X6 remains Microsoft's flagship keyboard for gamers. With a boatload of macros, backlit keys, a detachable numpad, and several other features, the X6 continues to win accolades and draw gamers looking for a serious plank. But two years (going on three) is an eternity in tech land. Is the X6 still worth consideration? Give us your mouse clicks, and we'll give you the answer."
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