Memory Market Overview, Bluetake BT400 G5 Headset

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Bluetake BT400 G5 Headset Review @ CoolTechZone

"Ever since Bluetooth starting gaining popularity, it was only a matter of time before innovative and useful products started appearing on shelves that took advantage of the standard's wireless options. Though not innovating in most cases, but perhaps the most useful lineup of products that take advantage of Bluetooth are wireless headsets for mobile phones with built in support. Over the course of past year or so, we have seen numerous companies emerge in the market with Bluetooth headsets, which only goes on to show that they are not as cost centric for the manufacturer as some of the other products are."

An XCP and an LCD @ t-break

"Sometimes, you have to take matter in your own hands. Although Shuttle is releasing a Media Center Version of its XPC, we had other plans on the implementation. In our opinion, the white chassis on Shuttle's SB86i is the best looking one by Shuttle and using that particular model with an LCD display instead of a VFD would make a better MCE XPC."

Memory Market Overview: May 2005 @ X-Bit labs

"What has been happening in the memory market lately? We are going to discuss the situation with the memory prices, the changes in the market shares, new established joint projects and of course, new products that might be of interest to hardware enthusiasts and overclockers, as well as to ordinary users."

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