The Xion II case is a steel mid tower case that comes with everything you need in a case. This includes a 450W power supply, front and rear 120mm ball-bearing fans, and another 80mm ball-bearing fan in case window, all this at a price under $50.00. Read on as we assemble a system in the case and see what it can do.
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.
Today Legit Reviews takes a look at some memory with some bling, Crucial Ballistix PC2 5300. The Ballistix line is specifically built for performance enthusiasts who want to push the performance envelope and LR does just that. Read on to see if Crucial’s Ballistix memory is the bling you need.
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.
Many consumers can’t afford cutting edge enthusiast motherboards, but that doesn’t mean performance should suffer. LR takes a look at the DFI NF4 SLI Infinity and NF4 Ultra Motherboards that don’t have the bling, but are still performance heavy weights. Read on to see our thoughts on these mainstream boards!
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.
Floppy drives, CD’s, and even DVD’s are becoming obsolete as removable media in this day and age. Everyone wants something indestructible, something lightweight, and most of all, something big in capacity. Today we take a look at something that hopes to fulfill all those requirements, as well as retaining good transfer speeds.
The AOpen Nouveau case is an aluminum ATX Mid-Tower that screams infidelities. With a 350W proprietary Slientek power supply, a clear coated paint job, and speed controlled blue LED ball-bearing fans this is clearly a top of the line case. Read on as we assemble a system in one and give our thoughts.
Today we look at the Aerocool Masstige, which is a mid tower case that comes in silver in black. The name according to the Aerocool box comes from ?Massive Capacity, and Prestige Design.? Take a look and find out if this storage beast has what it takes.
Building a notebook computer has never been easier and Legit Reviews shows you how to build a Sonoma Notebook. An average computer enthusiast can assemble a whitebox notebook chassis in less than 15 minutes and can cut the cost of ordering a pre-built notebook in half.
The ECS KN1 Extreme is one of the first AMD enthusiast motherboards launched by ECS Elitegroup and is based on the nVidia Nforce 4 chipset. With a price tag under $100 this enthusiast board runs with the best of them at default speeds. Read on to see if this is the right board for you.
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.
Legit Reviews takes a closer look at the dual core 3800+ in an overclocking environment. While the majority of users will appreciate the benefits of dual core for under $375, the enthusiasts among us are looking to squeeze ever last bit of performance out of this processor.
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.