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HIS HD 5670 IceQ 512MB Video Card Review  - PCstats.com HIS HD 5670 IceQ 512MB Video Card Review
Mon, March 01 2010 | 9:01AM | PermaLink Feedback?
I really was impressed with the performance and value of HIS's HD 5670 IceQ 512MB video card. HIS always has had a different approach on video cards that makes them both more attractive and good cooling with their IceQ line and the HD 5670 IceQ is no exception. With native HDMI and DVI it makes a compelling card for a HTPC or desktop alike.
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Das Keyboard Model S Professional  - PCstats.com Das Keyboard Model S Professional
Thu, December 23 2010 | 12:38PM | PermaLink Feedback?
One of the most important modern tools (in terms of input / output), the computer keyboard, is oft-overlooked when consumers purchase new, or upgrade their existing computer hardware and peripherals. This is rather unfortunate, because when most individuals spend the majority of their day using said tool, for either work, education, or even entertainment, they relegate themselves to a sub-par typing experience; one rife with mushy, imprecise key actuations. Fortunately, there is a viable and superior alternative; one that finds its roots in yesteryear's IBM Model M buckling spring keyboard (an item that is still coveted amongst "switch-thusiasts"). That alternative technology, the mechanical, non-dome switch keyboard has seen a miraculous resurgence in usage during the past few years; in hacking, programming, and even gaming circles. And, at the forefront of that movement is Das Keyboard, a company that began in 2005 as a blank keyboard manufacturer, who in 2008 wanted to create the ultimate keyboard, with n-key rollover and incredibly high-quality Cherry switches. Yet, with almost every mainstream keyboard on the market using dome switches and most individuals having zero experience with a mechanical keyboard (let alone knowing what "n-key rollover" means), is the monetary investment worth the potential return? Read on to find out if Das Keyboard's Model S Professional is not only a touch-typist's dream keyboard, but also has enough appeal and usability to break through to the mainstream consumer.
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