CyberPower Gamer Xtreme 3000 System Review

CyberPower Gamer Xtreme 3000 System Review

With the launch of Intel Lynnfield, CyberPower has geared up to bring high performance gaming to a lower price point. Powered by a GTX 295 and overclocked CPU and memory, this Core i7-860 powered gaming machine has more than enough muscle to blaze through games of today and tomorrow.

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OtterBox Impact Series Sleeve For The iPhone 3GS

OtterBox Impact Series Sleeve For The iPhone 3GS

The Impact Series line of cases by OtterBox provides effective protection against bump and shocks that your Apple iPhone 3G S might experience during an average day. The case has specially designed inner corners that help dissipate the force of an impact away from the iPhone 3G S for added protection.

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Free Homebrew VoIP with Google Voice and Intel Atom

Free Homebrew VoIP with Google Voice and Intel Atom

Google has revolutionized the Voice Over IP world by providing a free phone number that allows a user of Google Voice to associate all of their various phone lines to a single number. Now besides the well known features of voice mail and free SMS text messages, there is another hidden gem with Google Voice that could revolutionize the telephony industry by providing free VoIP service to anyone!

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NVIDIA Ion mini-ITX System Build Guide

NVIDIA Ion mini-ITX System Build Guide

Building a mini-ITX computer system is a popular topic these days and for good reason. The form factor is very small, a wide selection of platforms is available and the component pricing is fairly decent. This build guide will quickly go through the steps of building a mini-ITX build from out of the box to completion.

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BlizzCon 2009 – Recap & Review

BlizzCon 2009 – Recap & Review

BlizzCon 2009 came as fast as it went. The news Blizzard dropped on us last week during their 4th BlizzCon from the Anaheim Convention Center was very exciting and definitely delivered the thirst for previews and fun that we all have come to expect from BlizzCon. Read on to see our recap on this years event.

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BenQ Joybee GP1 Mini Projector Review

BenQ Joybee GP1 Mini Projector Review

The BenQ Joybee GP1 Mini Projector is a palm-sized pocket projector designed to keep you entertained wherever you go. This mini projector is LED-lit and can display images up to 80 inches with a resolution of 858 x 600. It also comes with an integrated 2W speaker, so it really is portable.

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BlizzBabes: The Babes & Cosplayers of BlizzCon ’09

BlizzBabes: The Babes & Cosplayers of BlizzCon ’09

We encountered not only Booth Babes, but more CosBabes and even CosDudes in costume at BlizzCon 2009. In fact there were so many CosPeople that it was hard for us to just narrow down the top ones that we saw, so we gathered together 20 CosBabes and a few CosDudes for you to take a peak at if you couldn’t make the show.

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BlizzCon 2009 – The Vendor Booths

BlizzCon 2009 – The Vendor Booths

This year’s BlizzCon has exploded with hardware vendors trying to get the attention of gamers. We stopped by their booths to find out what hardware goodies they had for the people. Read on to see what ASUS, Intel, Kingston, NVIDIA, Razer and SteelSeries were showing off at BlizzCon 2009.

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BlizzCon 2009 – Opening Day Coverage

BlizzCon 2009 – Opening Day Coverage

Today, Legit Reviews is proud to bring you floor coverage of Blizzard Entertainments 4th BlizzCon Gaming Convention in Anaheim, California. We are literally across the street from the “Happiest Place on Earth”- Disneyland, but for the 25,000 attendees and more than 40,000 online viewers, they could care less about Mickey Mouse.

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Warpia Wireless USB Display Adapter Review

Warpia Wireless USB Display Adapter Review

The Warpia Wireless USB Display Adapter is one of the few wireless USB devices on the market, and promises to send your computer’s display to a TV or projector up to 30 feet over wireless USB.

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Quakecon 2009 – The Vendor Booths

Quakecon 2009 – The Vendor Booths

Often described as the “Woodstock of Gaming,” QuakeCon is a four-day, non-stop celebration of games and the people who play them. Free to all and open to the public, QuakeCon 2009 featured North America’s largest Bring-Your-Own-Computer (BYOC) LAN party for nearly 3,000 people and we bring you some coverage of what you missed.

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15 Case Mods From Quakecon 2009 on Day 1

15 Case Mods From Quakecon 2009 on Day 1

Legit Reviews has been scouring the BYOC at Quakecon 2009 and has found 15 cases that have been modded and stand out from the crowd. We saw a bunch of Dell and HP computers as well, but who cares about store bought PCs. Quakecon is all about Do-It-Yourself systems and the gamers here are the real deal.

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How To Install Windows 7 from a USB Flash Drive

How To Install Windows 7 from a USB Flash Drive

Installing Windows Vista with a USB Flash drive was a tricky endeavor, but that all changes with the upcoming launch of Windows 7. Read on if you want to find out how you can install Microsoft’s upcoming operating system from a USB key with our step-by-step directions from either Windows XP or Windows Vista!

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Left 4 Dead Game Review

Left 4 Dead Game Review

Left 4 Dead is the next big game from Valve Corporation, the company responsible for mega-hit games such as Half-Life, Counter-Strike, and Team Fortress 2. Though the group who initially made this was Turtle Rock Studios, Valve saw the potential in the game and bought the company and integrated it into their own, much like they assimilated the creators of (and the rights to) Counter-Strike and Team Fortress. Read on to see our thoughts on this game title!

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AeroCool Touch-2000 LCD Fan Controller Review

AeroCool Touch-2000 LCD Fan Controller Review

AeroCool has released a very stylish LCD touch screen fan controller and temperature monitor with some additional features thrown into the mix. We take a closer look at the Touch-2000 to see if its performance matches its elegance.

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