Blizzard Entertainment brought its gamers a third Blizzcon in October 2008. The 2 day convention was held at Anaheim CA and lasted from Oct. 10th until the 11th. This third event drew in thousands of Blizzard enthusiasts from across the country and all over the world. Legit Reviews managed to make it to the show and this is a peak at what happened!
The Saitek PH06 Cyborg 5.1 Headset is Surround-Sound designed to enhance the realism of PC games and improve performance. It offers the ultimate performance advantage. Precision Audio means you can tell exactly where enemies are while communicating more effectively with teammates. Combined with outstanding comfort, flexibility and portability, the Cyborg 5.1 Headset is the tool of choice for gamers who are hungry to win.
The Rexus Power Supply Tester is constructed of sturdy aluminum and allows you to check to see if a power supply is working properly in seconds. An easy to read LCD display on top of the tester shows you the detailed voltage information on each of the voltage rails, and the Power Good (PG) value in milliseconds. Not bad for something that costs ~$20 at numerous retailers.
Sunnytek recently released the first compact external storage backplane designed for two 2.5″ SATA hard drives. With a completely modular and hot-swap arichitecture the ESATA1822UESR is ideal for those wanting dense computing and embedded application. Legit Reviews puts this SATA 3GBs backplane through its paces, but does it come up a winner? Read on to find out!
The SouthWing SH241 Bluetooth wireless headset is available at AT&T stores for under $20, but does it perform well? The SH241 provides the user with a incoming caller announcement and an unmatched user experience through a feature rich, yet easy to use interface. Read on to see if the Southwing SH241 has what it takes without breaking the piggy bank open.
The YUBZ (Why You Busy?) Talk Bluetooth headset is far from your average wireless mobile phone headset. This Bluetooth headset comes with the iconic handset shape and classic handset experience, but with the twist of being wireless. If you like attention and want to be the talk of the bar, just bring one of these in with you and you’ll have all the attention you wanted.
The Tritton AX Micro TRI-BH200 breaks the mold of traditional bluetooth earsets by providing innovative features in a discrete stylish design. The AX Micro incorporates a new design with flexible finger grips that rest on the in-curve rim of the ear. With 150 hours of standy battery life and 5 hours of dedicated talk time will this Bluetooth headset be enough to impress us?
Mouse pads are not exactly a common item reviewed here at Legit Reviews, but today we have the Razer Destructor and for $42 this mouse pad is in a class of its own. The pad has a Razer Fractal textured surface that is said to allow enhance precision movements. The pad even has a proprietary gunmetal coating to yield a highly reactive surface. Is this mouse pad worth the $42 it takes to get it?
The Linksys SD2008 10/100/1000Mbps Gigabit switch has been around since 2004 and is one of the most popular and widely available switches on the market. Many owners have noticed that the Linksys SD2008 version 2.x switches have been failing after several months of use. Our Linksys SD2008 switch also started having issues recently and we replaced it with a version 3.0 switch and the problems were solved.
NBC 11’s Scott Budman is hosting a series of 1:1 interviews with remarkable people with unique perspectives on visual computing and how it impacts our lives, from art and entertainment to sports and space exploration as part of the NVISON 08 show. Special guests include Kyle Busch, Bernard Charles, Eileen Collins and Lorne Lanning.
NVISION 08 is a first-of-its-kind mega-event that has been designed to take attendees behind the scenes of the visual revolution. Legit Reviews is already at the show to bring you coverage, so we headed over to the venue and took a peak at what the show will be like. If you happen to have some free time this week you should consider checking out the event. General admission is only $10 to get in and registration is still open.
Every year during IDF you can rest asured the Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) gang is close by with their own private technology showcase that is housed at a local hotel. We had a chance to sit down with Pat Moorhead, AMD’s vice president of advanced marketing, to see why he considers ATI Radeon HD 3200 Graphics superior to the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X4500.
One of the most anticipated SATA Solid State Drives (SSD) to come to market has been the upcoming series by Intel. During a briefing at IDF yesterday we found out some more details on these drives and actually have an non-working engineering sample to take home with us. Read on to see the features on the Intel Solid State Drives and see what they look like inside!
Pat Gelsinger was on stage and kicked off IDF 2008 by giving the audience an overview of this year’s show. Pat Gelsinger is going to talk about Digital Enterprise and Mobility this afternoon, so he handed things over to former CEO Craig Barrett to get the ball rolling. Read on to see what was talked about at the opening keynote!
The BlueAnt Supertooth 3 handsfree Bluetooth speakerphone provides a safer, legal alternative to talking on your cell phone while you drive. Voice prompts provide assistance to help you connect the device with your phone and upload your address book. With up to 15 hours of talk time and a charge time of just 3 hours is this Bluetooth speakerphone right for you? Read on to find out!