HIS HD7850 Fan 2GB (H785F2G2M)

May 20th, 2012 | By Jared | Category: HIS Digital, Reviews, Video Cards
When it comes to gaming the graphics card is an essential piece to the puzzle. The HIS 7850 Fan 2GB might be that missing piece you are looking for with Eyefinity support for up to 4 monitors with a price that won’t break your budget. Read on to see how well this card performs.

Corsair Performance Pro Series 256GB SATA III (CSSD-P256GBP-BK)

May 7th, 2012 | By Jared | Category: Corsair, Flash memory, Hard Drives, Reviews
A hard drive is no longer just a hard drive. There are many options available to you and today we feature the Corsair Performance Pro Series 256GB SATA III SSD. It utilizes the Marvell controller and isn’t afraid to show off its power.

HIS HD7770 iCooler 1GB (H777F1G2M)

Apr 18th, 2012 | By Jared | Category: HIS Digital, Reviews, Video Cards
The 7770 iCooler 1GB is the big brother to the 7750 iCooler and adds a larger cooler, 8 more texture units and an additional 128 stream processors to give it more horsepower. Does this add enough to make this card worthy of your machine? Read on to find out the performance this card offers.

HIS HD7750 iCooler 1GB (H775F1GD)

Apr 9th, 2012 | By Jared | Category: HIS Digital, Reviews, Video Cards
It doesn’t always take a lot of coin to able to afford a video card to play your favorite games. HIS is looking at this sweet spot of entry level gaming and giving it their special cooling touch with the HIS 7750 iCooler 1GB GDDR5. Read on to see if this entry level card have the chops to handle your games.

Samsung Galaxy Note

Apr 3rd, 2012 | By Simon | Category: Phones & Tablets, Reviews, Samsung
The Samsung Galaxy Note entered the market with a lot of buzz. The 5.3″ screen size has had a lot of buzz. Some people claiming it would revolutionize the industry while others thought it was ridiculous and too big to fit into your pocket. Read on to find out what I thought about the latest device from Samsung.

NZXT Switch 810

Mar 25th, 2012 | By Chris | Category: Cases, NZXT, Reviews
The Switch 810 is NZXT’s latest Crafted Series’ flagship model. High-end systems require a large dose of both space and cooling, and the Switch 810 supplies it all with its nine expansion slots, multiple radiator support, and pivotal fans – all tied together with massive looks.

Lexmark OfficeEdge Pro5500

Mar 18th, 2012 | By Simon | Category: Lexmark, Printers, Reviews
The Lexmark OfficeEdge Pro5500 has turned out to be an impressive machine. It’s capable of high speed printing and copying. Its eco friendliness extends to how much noise it produces in the office and how much power it consumes. Any business owner looking for a low total cost of ownership device should definitely consider it.

AZZA Fusion 3000 Full Tower Case

Feb 22nd, 2012 | By Jared | Category: AZZA, Cases, Reviews
Got lots of hardware or perhaps you want a lot of hardware? Want to keep it cool? Full towers are where it is at and the Fusion 3000 from AZZA has all of the features to keep the largest and hottest hardware happy. Space for ten hard drive sounds about right….Read along to find out if it’s right for you.

Samsung SCX-4728FD Multifunctional Printer

Feb 15th, 2012 | By Simon | Category: Printers, Reviews, Samsung
A multifunctional printer is an invaluable asset to any small business owner. You need to be able to scan documents and e-mail them out or fax things over to lawyers. With the SCX-4728FD you can rely on its fast print speed, small foot print and eco design to get the job done. Let’s see if it fits your needs.

Cooler Master Elite 431 Plus (RC-431P) Mid Tower Case

Jan 30th, 2012 | By Jared | Category: Cases, Cooler Master, Reviews
When you hear budget you usually think cheap and barebones. Cooler Master wants to change the meaning of the word when it comes to cases. The Elite 431 Plus aims to bring a new meaning with features not normally associated with the segment.

Arctic MC001-BD Entertainment Center

Jan 8th, 2012 | By Simon | Category: Arctic, HTPCs & Accessories, Reviews
The Arctic MC001-BD is the first new product in quite some time where I was both eager and excited to get my hands one. The MC001-BD is passively cooled but still powers an Intel D525 Atom processor and an AMD HD5430 GPU. Perfect for your next HTPC? Check out our review to learn more.

Evercool Transformer 3 (HPM-12025)

Dec 19th, 2011 | By Chris | Category: Evercool, Heatsinks, Fans, Coolers and Cooling Accessories, Reviews
Evercool approaches the market with a mid-ranged CPU cooler, focused on users searching for an alternative heat sink that is far more effective than the stock cooler, but won’t break the bank in the process. Others have tried, some have succeeded and some have failed. Where does the Transformer 3 fall? Read on to find out.

Samsung ML-2540 Monochrome Laser Printer

Dec 8th, 2011 | By Simon | Category: Printers, Reviews, Samsung
The Samsung ML-2540 Monochrome Laser Printer is exactly what the name suggests it is. This no-frills laser printer is plug and play ready and easily whip out your documents with its 9 seconds for the first page and 24 page per minute print rate. If you only want something basic, this one could be for you.

Arctic Sound P321 USB Headset

Dec 2nd, 2011 | By Jared | Category: Arctic, Reviews, Speakers & Headsets
It’s not always possible to use your speakers for movies, music and games. There are times when a good headset is invaluable. Could you imagine blasting some tunes at night when your roommates are sleeping? You’d probably get a few dirty looks in the morning! With the P321 USB Headset you get quality sound without an expensive add-in sound card.

Samsung UN55D7000 55 inch LED HDTV

Nov 23rd, 2011 | By Simon | Category: Reviews, Samsung, TV
A few weeks ago I wrapped up a review on the Samsung UN55D8000 and at that time it was one of the best Samsung TV’s I have ever had. It had great 2D and 3D performance but came at a steep price. Today, we have the 55D7000 which is one model down. Let’s see if I’m more impressed.