Electricbaby Laptop Sleeve Review

Electricbaby Laptop Sleeve Review

If you need stylish protection from scratches and scrapes for your laptop, look no further than Electricbaby! Electricbaby is a new company with a background in the Seattle art community, featuring applied art for community action and creative laptop sleeves to support our vision. Today we look at one of their laptop sleeves and cord bag to see how it works with our Mac notebook!

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Intel 1333FSB Processors Arrive – QX6850 and E6750

Intel 1333FSB Processors Arrive – QX6850 and E6750

At the beginning of this week Intel officially introduced their flagship Core 2 Extreme QX6850 quad-core processor to go along with the recently announced Core 2 Duo E6550, E6750 and E6850 series processors. These processors have a new faster 1333MHz Front Side Bus (FSB) for improved performance that has replaced the old 1066MHz FSB processors. Read on to see how they perform!

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Intel Launches The Core 2 Extreme Mobile Processor X7800

Intel Launches The Core 2 Extreme Mobile Processor X7800

Just minutes ago Intel announced their first ever mobile extreme part, the Core 2 Extreme X7800 mobile processor. The Core 2 Extreme X7800 mobile processor doesn’t contain any new microarchitecture as it is still based off the Merom core, but it is fully unlocked for improved overclocking and performance. Read on to take a look at the latest mobile technology that Intel has released.

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Corsair, Kingston, OCZ & Super Talent DDR3 Roundup

Corsair, Kingston, OCZ & Super Talent DDR3 Roundup

Armed with four 2GB kits of DDR3 memory running at 1333MHz we set off to do our first DDR3 roundup to show those that are building the latest and greatest enthusiast systems which modules stand out from the crowd. Corsair Memory, Kingston Technology, OCZ Technology and Super Talent all sent out 2GB kits for us to try out and that is exactly what we did using the latest Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 processors on the Intel P35 chipset!

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Finally an Otterbox for Palm Treo 680, 750 and 755p Users

Finally an Otterbox for Palm Treo 680, 750 and 755p Users

Every wanted to work virtually anywhere with complete use of phone, email, internet, MP3 files and camera? If you own a Palm Treo 580, 579 or 755p model phone you can do all that and more thanks to the OtterBox 1921. The OtterBox 1921 casing completely seals device from the elements while providing access to keypad, touch screen, volume and program buttons, saving you hundreds from having to replace or repair damaged devices. Read on to see if it holds up!

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XFX 680i LT and 650i Ultra Motherboard Reviews

XFX 680i LT and 650i Ultra Motherboard Reviews

XFX is a relative newcomer when it comes to motherboard production. They have been known for great performing video cards, but can they take that reputation and transfer it to a line of motherboards? XFX has released nForce 500 and 600 Series motherboards, but today Legit Reviews look at two of their motherboards in the 600 series lineup! Will the XFX nForce 680i SLI and nForce 650i SLI motherboard stand out from the crowd or blend in?

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Plantronics CS70N Wireless Office Headset System

Plantronics CS70N Wireless Office Headset System

Based off the popular Plantronics CS70 headset system, the new CS70N features a specially-designed boom and noise-canceling microphone that eliminates distracting background noise in any office environment. The Plantronics CS70N will let you take calls 300 feet away from your desk! providing the freedom and confidence to bring conversations with them in less predictable environments, such as the hallway, or continue calls in more private areas.

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Using an Xbox 360 HD DVD Player on a desktop PC

Using an Xbox 360 HD DVD Player on a desktop PC

Do you have an HDTV, but not made the move to High Definition media player? With Blu-ray and HD DVD players decreasing in price we recently picked up an Xbox 360 HD DVD player to use in conjunction with out Home Theater Personal Computer (HTPC). Since our HTPC uses the ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT video card we can run an HDMI cable for true 1080p with a player that is less than $200! If you’ve been curious about moving to HD and have a HTPC this article should peak your interest!

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Factory Tour – Kingston Technology Taiwan

Factory Tour – Kingston Technology Taiwan

It’s not everyday that one gets to go to Taiwan to see how a memory is made, but recently Legit Reviews was able to take a peak inside the Kingston facility in Hsin-Chu, Taiwan to see how a DDR2 memory is made from the ground up as well as Flash memory. If you want to know what all it takes to make memory modules and bring them to the retail channel then this article is for you!

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Gennum nX6000 Bluetooth Headset Review

Gennum nX6000 Bluetooth Headset Review

The Gennum nX6000 Bluetooth headset features Gennum’s patented FRONTWAVE Extreme acoustic processing that allows you to hear your caller clearly and an unusual dual microphone array that helps isolates your voice, so you can be heard clearly. Your communications deserve the power and performance of the nX6000. With 120 MIPS DSP performance and a battery life that will let you talk for up to 6 hours this small Bluetooth 2.0 headset might be what you are looking for.

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Intel’s Mighty Dual Xeon Beast – V8 Platform Preview

Intel’s Mighty Dual Xeon Beast – V8 Platform Preview

Early this year Intel showcased media creation platform demo machine that was to be known as ‘V8’. It was a system that was prepared by Intel just to show the media that consumers could go build a dual-socket platform with Intel retail products just like what AMD was doing on their QuadFX system. We have built one of these systems with a pair of Intel Xeon X5365 processors and the performance is something you have to see otherwise you wouldn’t believe it.

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Kingston, OCZ and Super Talent USB Flash Drives

Kingston, OCZ and Super Talent USB Flash Drives

With Flash memory prices being more than affordable one can find 2GB USB keys for just over $20, which is a heck of a bargain compared to what a couple of years ago. The first thumb drive Legit Reviews wrote about was the $39 Trek ThumbDrive Secure 16MB back in 2003! This drive was capable of 700kB/sec read speeds, which is nothing compared to the latest drives that are pushing over 30,000kB/sec!

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Ultra X-Finity 2G 600 Watt Power Supply Review

Ultra X-Finity 2G 600 Watt Power Supply Review

Last year we told you that Ultra had released two new power supplies. Today we will be looking at one of those power supplies, the Ultra X-Finity 2G power supply. The 600W Ultra X-Finity 2G supplies up to 37A on the single +12V rail, which is plenty for nearly any single GPU system. Read on to see how this power supply does in testing and to see if it’s time to upgrade!

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The Logitech Harmony 550, the Ultimate Universal Remote?

The Logitech Harmony 550, the Ultimate Universal Remote?

Control your entire Home Entertainment system with just one button! Simply select an activity and your Harmony 550 remote will send the right commands so you don’t have to juggle remotes or remember a sequence of buttons. The Internet-based setup on the Harmony 550 is a breeze, making home entertainment accessible to the whole family. Read on to see if this remote will make your life easier!

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ECS Factory Tour 2007 – Making a Motherboard

ECS Factory Tour 2007 – Making a Motherboard

It’s not everyday that one gets to go to mainland China to see how a motherboard is made, but recently Legit Reviews was able to take a peak inside two ECS Elitegroup factories in Shenzhen, China to see how a motherboard is made from the ground up. If you want to know what all it takes to make a motherboard and ship it then this article is for you!

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