Sorell SF 2000 MP3 Player, Thermaltake K450 Heatsink, and more!

Happy Easter everyone! I've already had the family dinner yesterday, so today I'm taking it easy and surviving off left overs. As for the news today, Bjorn3D has taken a look at the Leadtek WinFast TV USB II Deluxe, which I have also reviewed, so if your interested in the product: Click Here.

Sorell SF 2000 MP3 Player Review @ The Tech Zone

"The Sorell SF 2000 is more than just a flash based MP3 player - there is also a built in voice recorder and FM tuner. Plus the unit can double as a USB flash drive, making filing transfer quick and easy. The SF 2000 is available in? 256MB and 512MB configurations. The player is really small, just 3.1" long by 1.2" wide by 0.59" thick and weighs just 1.52 oz. Power is supplied by a built in battery that will last an amazing 25 hours."

Leadtek WinFast PX6600 GT TDH Graphics Card Review @ X-Bit labs

"Please meet a new graphics card from Leadtek, which has just left our labs. Excellent performance, high-quality cooling solution and nice accessories bundle – this product is definitely worth taking into consideration when shopping around for a graphics card. More details in our review!"

Leadtek WinFast TV USB II Deluxe @ Bjorn3D

"Leadtek brings to the table the WinFast TV USB II Deluxe external solution that will give you the joys of cable TV, VCR, and an FM radio right on your desktop. How do you fit so much into just a tiny little USB 2.0 box? Turn off that TV and pay attention; we are just about to find out."

Thermaltake's K450 Heatsink @ TechTastic.ca

"Today we take a look at Thermaltake's K450 which is part of a new line of heat sinks developed by their advance engineering team ITBU. The K450 is design to work effectively with Opteron and Athlon 64 processors, and features a high powered fan and heat pipe technology."

Logisys One for All VGA Cooler @ OCIA.net

"Our candidate for this cooler; my newly acquired XFX 6800 Ultra. At first glance the cooler on this card looks to be quite sufficient, even compared to the Logisys VGA cooler, but lets see..."

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