SilverStone PSU, Logitech MX Duo, Rock Xtreme Laptop and Others

Good afternoon friends :)  It is getting late, and we are behind schedule today.  So, if you don't mind, we are going to get right down to business...

SilverStone SST-ST30NF Fan-less Power Supply @ System Cooling

"SilverStone Technology, Inc. is a relatively new manufacturer based in Taiwan with a sales office in California. They specialize in designing low acoustic and high performance enclosures, power supplies and other accessories for PCs. SilverStone is probably best known for their line of Home Theater PC (HTPC) enclosures for which the new fan-less SST-30NF power supply may be targeted."

Logitech Cordless MX Duo Review @ CoolTechZone

"The quick guide is extremely simple as it provides images along with explanations for hassel free installation of the duo. Logitech, as always, includes their product guide in the package to promote their other peripherals. The rechargeable batteries are for the wireless keyboard and the MX700, wireless mouse."

Rock Xtreme XTR-3.2 Laptop review @ Hexus.net

"If Rock can position this exact specification at, say, £1499 including VAT and delivery we'd be more inclined to look upon it favourably. For £1800 we'd really be looking at 1GByte DDR400 memory, Mobility Radeon 9700, no more than 3.6kg basic weight, and at least an UXGA (1600x1200) panel. Rock's Xtreme XTR-3.2 laptop is a meaty beast with a meatier price tag. There's better value to be found elsewhere, I'm afraid."

ATI Mobility Radeon 9600 vs NVIDIA GeForce FX Go5700 review @ Hexus.net

"It's pretty clear that mobile graphics are in the ascendancy.  Current top end mobile GPUs enable excellent DX8-level performance and DX9 titles are certainly playable.  The advent of swappable graphics modules from large scale OEMs and specialist vendors like Dell and Alienware enables the end user to swap out his or her graphics with the same ease as a PC graphics card."

Vantec Spectrum UV Blue Dual Fan Card @ The Crucible

"There is nothing quite as satisfying as a cool looking custom PC. Knowing that you have a one of a kind case should give you a great feeling of pride. If you are like me one of the most enthusiastic modders and over clockers out there, you definitely want to cool your video card. Vantec has come up with a brilliant idea to solve that problem. "

That is all for the moment, I will try to pop back later tonight :) - Cheers

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