What's up folks? It looks like summer has hit the northern extent of the HH labs today. With a temperature peaking around 27 degrees Celsius, yours truly shall be finding a comfy spot on the back deck with my beater of a laptop and an icy-mug full of... eeerrr... BEvERage type... stuff... yeah... *looks shifty eyed*....
"A division of Startech, Mutant Mods has launched with some well made and simple modifications for your otherwise dull premodified PC Case."
"Today we will be taking a look at the Foxconn 875A02-6EKRS motherboard. Recently we reviewed the Foxconn 865A01-PE-6EKRS which is their 865PE motherboard, very similar but not identical in design and features. Besides using the higher-performance 875P "Canterwood" chipset, this Foxconn motherboard includes an additional SATA RAID controller for two more SATA ports."
"Although RAID is supported by nVidia's chipset that allows a combination or Parallel and Serial-ATA drives to work together, Epox also adds a Silicon Image 3114 controller which provides four additional Serial-ATA ports. The best part about this controller is that it can create RAID 5 which the chipset's RAID controller lacks."
"I have taken a look at two new Digital Cameras from Trusts over the last few weeks, the first is the 910Z POWERC@M OPTICAL ZOOM which is a nice feature packed camera 5.0 megapixel, 15 mb built in and fully upgradeable with built in optical and digital zoom and an integrated flash. The second is 735S POWERC@M ZOOM which is also packed with features 3.1 mega pixels not as high quality as the 910Z but still gives you great quality pictures with built in 16mb memory and upgradeable, 4x digital zoom and very small. "
"Today we have with us a first hands-on experience with the Intel 'Dothan' Pentium-M running sweetly in an actual retail notebook. This successor to Intel's mobile crown jewel, 'Banias', had a boost in the L2 cache department and a higher clock speed envelope."
"If you though Pop-ups were annoying, just wait until your web browser is hijacked! In this guide, PCstats shows you how to regain control and kick out the hijackers, kung-fu style. Browser hijacking is one of the web's constant dangers. Whether it arrives in the form of a flood of obscene pop-up windows assaulting you after a mistyped URL, or malicious code taking over your browser completely, chances are good that every Internet user will be subjected to this practice in some form. Fortunately, avoiding a browser hijacking is not impossible if you stay aware, and take a few simple precautions. To sum it up, this PCstats Beginners Guide will show you how to avoid and defeat these annoying and potentially embarrassing attacks on your computer, starting with seven preventative measures."
That is all I have for you at the moment my friends. Check back though, we may have some more goodies on the way ;) - Cheers
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