Today we have an editorial by Nathan Kirsch on the future of computer memory and what he believes is the right memory for you. With Windows Vista due out in 2006 and time running out in 2005 his recommendations for system memory has changed for professional users, gamers, and enthusiasts. Read on to see what made him change his mind.
Want to enhance your audio experience while gaming, watching movies, or just listening to music? The Buttkicker Gamer provides a vibration to your office chair in sync with the low frequency sounds. So you will be able to feel the bass while fragging, watching your favorite action scene, or listening to your song of choice! Check out this article to find out what we thought of the Buttkicker Gamer.
Want a simple way of testing to see if your ATX power supply is good? If you do then you want to take a look at our article on the Antec ATX 12V Power Supply Tester! We take a look at a simple device to tell you if a PSU is good or not. Read on to see if the $20 device is right for you.
When most people think of LAN parties they think of gaming with friends or paying to play games. Recently a St. Louis LAN party was able to something a bit different. They raised over $2100 for katrina victims by hosting a chairty LAN. Read on and see how this small group of gamers was able to make a difference.
In terms of notebooks they have advanced greatly over the past couple years. They have gone from bulky black suit cases to small wireless workstations that can easily play current game titles. If you say “Centrino” everyone knows what you are talking about, but are notebooks worthy enough to be considered by enthusiasts?
The doors of BlizzCon have opened and we take you inside for a look at what you missed if you didn’t make it. For those who don’t know BlizzCon is a celebration of the Warcraft, StarCraft, and Diablo franchises. Read on to see what we think of the new WoW expansion!
BlizzCon is a celebration of the Warcraft, StarCraft, and Diablo franchises and the communities that surround them. Legit Reviews promises full coverage of this awesome event in true “Legit” style for the duration of the weekend. Read on for a peek at the day before the doors open.
The Sony Akono Headset HBH-662 is a Bluetooth headset that differs from most by offering caller identification on the headset. One of the major gripes of bluetooth headsets is that the user does not know who is calling. Sony answered the cries of consumers with the HBH-662. Read on to see our thoughts!
ATI silently lowered its warranty from three years down to a single year on the majority of their desktop graphics cards, which has created some upset and confused consumers. We talk with ATI on the changes and examine how they will impact consumers.
We got our hands on the DYMO Cool Clicks Talking Labelmaker and gave it a look on our weekend off. Dymo claims it combines the learning aspect of spelling with the creative outputs of labels that kids love, so they can personalize all their stuff. We just find it fun to label things!
The AOpen Pandora may look like the Mac Mini, but it certainly is not. AOpen and their reseller partners are going to have these Mini PC’s available this Christmas, but are they going to be worth it? With complete system prices at $399 for Linux and $499 for Windows they are worth a look.
The Optimus is the first keyboard that we have run across that is made with organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) on every key. Never heard of OLEDs? You are going to hear the term more often as they are brighter and more colorful than both LCD and Plasma screens. Read on to see what keyboards will become.
Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) is the world’s leading producer of motherboards, but is just now starting to build products aimed at the enthusiast community. We went out to San Jose last week to discuss their new image and we dig deep to figure out why they are entering a new market right now.
Last week we got to stop by the booths of the two leading North American enthusiast companies and take a look at their product lines. We got to look at Kingston’s engineering samples of DDR2 800MHz ValueRAM and take some Corsair XPERT modules out for a test drive.
The Intel Developer Forum has started and the information that is flowing out of the Intel camp is coming faster than we can type it up. LR covers all the first day highlights in an easy to read bullet list. We also go into detail on the new Intel micro-architecture and cover the public CPU roadmap up to 2007.