Kingston 1GB CF Card, Aopen 5900XT and Lots More

Welcome friends! Sorry about the late post today, my family took me out for dinner and such tonight.  So, let's get down to business before it gets any later...

 Kingston 1GB CompactFlash Elite Pro @ Viper Lair

"If you're a digital photography enthusiast, the Elite Pro deserves a spot in your camera bag. There are different options available when it comes to capacity, but I would strongly recommend 512MB and up if you own anything higher than a 4MP camera."

 Onix Rocket Tykes 5.1 Speaker Review @ Designtechnica

"Onix' Rocket Tykes are truly a gem among micro speaker systems. If you are looking for a tiny speaker system with little sacrifice in sound, you may not need to look any further than the Rocket Tykes. Overall, the Tykes are pleasant to listen to and quite adept for movies or music. They are also very versatile, with the ability to be used in many situations where space and installation are a challenge."

 AOpen GeforceFX 5900XT Review @ 3DX

"A few months ago this video card would have been considered top of the line or close to it, but with the emergence of the ATI X800 series and GeforceFX 6800 series it has been bumped into the mainstream market. As such, pricing for this video card is not much more than that of the NVIDIA 5700 or ATI 9600XT making it an even more attractive buy considering its performance."

 ADS Tech Instant TV USB 2.0 TV Tuner @ Bjorn3D

"The convergence of electronic entertainment devices such as TV's, DVD players, and stereos with personal computers is finally starting to happen. Purpose-built computers with direct support from Microsoft in the form of Windows XP Media Center Edition are available now. Even better news for the do-it-yourselfer is the availability of devices and software to create your own Home Theater PC (HTPC). Building a low budget HTPC was on my list of summer projects and this effort was greatly facilitated by the arrival of ADS Tech's 'Instant TV' USB 2.0 TV Tuner."

 ASUS A8V Deluxe Wireless Edition S939 Motherboard @ HEXUS.net

"ASUS has waved its deluxe wand over a socket-939 motherboard with encouraging results. Deluxe means a horde of useful goodies. ASUS obliges with Gigabit Ethernet, 54g Wireless, FireWire400, on-chip and discrete SATA and decent sound. Packaging and presentation is usual ASUS, that is, first class. We were also pleased to report that the board ran flawlessly with the strictest memory timings. Performance, as our graphs have shown, was excellent, so much so that S940 is firmly relegated into third place, behind our test Model 3800 and the S939 FX-53."

Time for this guy to catch some Z's.  Sleep well all :) - Cheers

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