JAHT 54Mbps Wireless Router, Foxconn 945P7AA-8KS2, and more!
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"In this review, I will take a look at two devices that attempt to raise your gaming experience to the next level: the Raptor-Gaming M2 Gaming Mouse and MyStify Claw Game Controller. The M2 mouse's main appeal is an astonishing 2400 DPI optical sensor while the MyStify Claw offers a substantially more ergonomic alternative to the keyboard. Does either device deserve a spot under your gaming palms? Read on and find out."
"During the testing, the signal strengh is still very strong at about 40 meters. The transfer rate is very fast comparing to the 11Mbps or 22Mbps wireless technology. With the build in 4 LAN ports, you can even support more user in your network. Therefore, Super G Wireless devices from JAHT will be the best choice if you plan to go for high speed wireless and it have all the devices and feature that you need."
"The Foxconn 945P7AA-8KS2 is another stab into the emerging mainstream Intel 945P Express platform. It offers a bargain solution for those looking into a simple system that can harness the power of the latest dual core Pentium Processors."
"Nvidia have had a strong presence in the consumer graphics market for years going back to their TNT series of video cards. They also though have had a strong presence in the workstation market as well with their long running line of Quadro graphics cards, pushing CAD, 3DStudio Max, and other applications that are more workstation intense. Today we look at Nvidia's Quadro 3400 from PNY."
"Well, this is an article I never thought I would have to write. Computer ownership was just not something I thought people would get confused over but, after overhearing a number of conversations last week from my co-workers, I realized that quite a few people just don't know how cut and dry this topic is."