ECS Editor's Day, Jetart NP6600 Foldable Notebook Cooler
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"We would like to introduce to you a BlueStorm AX500-A power supply, which continues the successful THN series we have already told you about in our previous articles. Its maximum output wattage has been increased to 460W. The PSU is neatly manufactured and has good characteristics; it is powerful even for very serious systems with two graphics cards and a top-end processor."
"A SIMA card will allow you to turn that PF88 Extreme Hybrid into an AMD motherboard, or perhaps a low powered Intel motherboard using their mobile part. The SIMA cards have their own additional North Bridge as well as power management and the required ram slots for the appropriate CPU (so no DDR2 for you AMD fans, at least until we see the AMD Socket M2)."
"With the surge of digital cameras and other peripherals that use portable media, a card reader is a must to access your data. However, not all media are created equal. So to combat this, using a multi card reader like our Apacer 15-in-1 Card Reader, just might do the trick."
"Gigabyte doesn't just bring a good Intel 945P Express motherboard, but one with a mix of the latest technologies and the common sense to keep it within mainstream reach. Find out more about the GA-8I945P Dual Graphic right here and why we had an affinity for it."
"Notebook coolers were designed as an attempt to aid in dissipating the large amounts of heat generated by notebooks. Jetart has taken the notebook cooler one step further with a portable "foldable" design, the NP6600."