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D-Link DHP-339AV PowerLine AV 500 3-Port HD Media Network Starter Kit Long Term Review @ ModSynergy.com

"Today I'll be reviewing the D-Link DHP-P339AV PowerLine AV500 3-Port HD Media Network Starter Kit that has everything you need to get up and running.  D-Link advertises that all you need to do is simply plug into your electrical sockets, no set up required.  We'll walk you through everything and see how good it really is."

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D-Link DHP-309AV PowerLine AV 500 Network Kit Long Term Review @ ModSynergy.com

"Today I'll be sharing with you about Powerline networking, which uses the electrical wiring in your house to create a wired network.  No longer will you have to run 100-FT (or longer) Ethernet cable down to various parts of your home that don't have Internet, and if your home has a Wi-Fi dead zone, Powerline networking could be a solution for you.

The D-Link DHP-309AV Powerline AV 500 Mini Adapter Starter Kit has everything you need to get up and running.  D-Link advertises that all you need to do is simply plug into your electrical sockets, no set up required.  We'll walk you through everything and see how good it really is."

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OtterBox Commuter Series Wallet for Samsung Galaxy S4 Review @ ModSynergy.com

"Today I'll be reviewing another OtterBox Smartphone case.  I'll be analyzing the ingenious and creative design of the OtterBox Commuter Series Wallet for the Samsung Galaxy S4.  Read on to see how it works and whether or not your wallet and or purse can be a thing of the past!"

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Today I try out the unique PowerLine Networking product from D-Link. Read on to see the ingenious and clever way of using your homes electrical wires to create a wired home network. Read on to see how it works and whether or not you should pick one up!

 

D-Link DHP-339AV PowerLine AV 500 3-Port HD Media Network Starter Kit Long Term Review @ ModSynergy.com

"Today I'll be reviewing the D-Link DHP-P339AV PowerLine AV500 3-Port HD Media Network Starter Kit that has everything you need to get up and running.  D-Link advertises that all you need to do is simply plug into your electrical sockets, no set up required.  We'll walk you through everything and see how good it really is."

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ECS LIVA Windows Based Mini PC Review: A Palm-Sized Desktop Computer @ PC Perspective

"The real story with the LIVA is the size. It’s hilariously small, and very light. You could easily pull it off of the desk with a USB cable, so I highly recommend a wireless keyboard/mouse. While it isn’t going to be powerful enough to be a full time Windows desktop for very many people, the LIVA is a really interesting and affordable option for just about any ultra small footprint application."

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Inno3D GTX 980 'iChill Herculez X4 Air Boss Ultra' Review @ KitGuru

"Got some spare cash to upgrade that weak old graphics card? If you have £500 burning a hole in your bank account then the Nvidia GTX980 is the first choice on our list. KitGuru has already looked at custom partner cards from MSI, ASUS and Palit but today we look at something very special indeed. The Inno3D GTX980 iChill Herculez X4 Air Boss Ultra is without a doubt one of the most hardcore graphics cards to grace our labs – featuring a scary looking four fan heatsink, and crazy ‘out of the box’ clock speeds. This is not one for the faint of heart. "

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Roccat Kave XTD Review at HardwareHeaven

"Today we take a look at a new PC headset in our Roccat Kave XTD Review. "

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Transcend MTS800 M.2 2280 SATA SSD Review (128GB) @ TheSSDReview

"We have been seeing more M.2 SSDs lately, a lot of which are companies’ first steps into the market since the form factor is so new. They have been designed to meet strict size requirements and allow for greater flexibility in product development. They are the perfect fit for mobile devices with their compact size and light weight."

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Razer Kraken 7.1 Chroma Gaming Headset Review @ Legit Reviews

“This review focuses on the Kraken 7.1 Chroma, the headset entry in Razer’s new Chroma lineup as well as a new addition to the Kraken family of headsets. The Kraken 7.1 Chroma features RGB multicolor lighting, virtual surround sound, and a retractable microphone."

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Phanteks Enthoo EVOLV Case Review @ ThinkComputers.org

"The Phanteks Enthoo EVOLV must be experienced up close and in person to be understood and to be fully appreciated. This case sets the bar high in the premiere level cases in the same company with well known excellence as Lian Li or Siverstone products and may even surpass those in unique features here and there.  This all new design for the Phanteks m-itx or uATX case builders’ features an all new tool-free release system for the front cover that is released the same as any high end HI FI speaker grills are and some high quality cases with mechanical spring loaded action quick release designs. Actually the Lian Li uses a system very close to this design for their tool less release panels.  The Phanteks Enthoo EVOLV has it all, and maybe even more than you might expect for a high end case no matter what your skill level or your custom ideals, inspiration’s or budgets. This is not a showy design but it could be. It has a true minimalistic quality that can only be appreciated up close and personally to see what it is really like. Like a fine wine or a beautiful woman it hides it’s best qualities for only the special few that are able to get close enough to appreciate their true appeal."

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Asus Maximus Vii Hero Motherboard Review @ TechwareLabs

"When you first set your eyes on the MAXIMUS VII HERO, you notice how good this board actually looks. Like most of the ROG products, this board has a red and black scheme with a matte black PCB and red highlights dotted around the heat sinks and expansion slots. However, there are also some bright red sections on the PCB, as well as some red LEDs on the chipset heat sink, which makes this board really stand out from the competition. Your not just paying for some LEDs though, this bad boy comes loaded with great features."

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Crucial Ballistix Sport 16GB DDR4 Review @ Vortez

"Today, we are looking at their Ballistix Sport which is a range designed for both enthusiasts and mainstream users alike. They certainly look the part; low-slung with silver heatsinks atop of a black PCB. Ballistix are renowned for being good overclockers so we anticipate this aspect of the DDR4 modules with verve. So without further delay let's move on to the specifications of these modules."

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Gigabyte FORCE H3X Headset @ PureOverclock

"Gigabyte is continuing their foray into the gaming peripheral market, and this time it’s the audio arena with the launch of a new gaming headset, the FORCE H3X. This set of cans looks sleek, is lightweight, versatile, and reasonably priced at about $100. But what about performance? Indeed, this is where headsets make (or lose) their reputations, so let’s take a closer look and see just how well the Gigabyte FORCE H3X gaming headset performs.”

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Silicon Power Armor A30 2TB USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive Review @ NikKTech

"In my entire life I’ve only known two people working as DJs in large clubs so i can't claim to have a really good knowledge of how they work and what they use. Still one of them was talking about that a few days back and i was surprised to hear that they also have storage space issues like A/V professionals. Their needs may not exactly be the same since A/V professionals carry video material around with them that could mean several dozen GB for each file whereas DJs just need to have audio media with them that simply can't compare in size but since they always need to carry entire collections with them size is an issue. The good news is that compared to even a couple of years ago things have improved quite a bit and so now many peripherals manufacturers have 2TB portable hard drive models available in their product lines which are capable of holding most data anyone would need while away from home. Today on our test bench we have the latest member of the Armor line of PHDs by Silicon Power the A30 2TB model."

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Silicon Power Mobile OTG X20 USB 2.0 Flash Drive Review @ Madshrimps

"The Silicon Power Mobile OTG X20 USB 2.0 Flash Drive is very compact, comes with 32GB of space for storing our multimedia content or other files and aids data transfer between the mobile devices and our PC. This product is also very affordable, so it can be found online for about $16."

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Transcend ESD400 Portable USB 3.0 SSD Review @ Tweaktown

"Tyler puts Transcend's ESD400 portable USB 3.0-based SSD device through our tests to find out how it performs. Come and take a look at our review."

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Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2666MHZ 16GB Quad Channel Memory Kit @ Bjorn3D

"Corsair has been a long known player in the memory game and even after branching out into many other products they still deliver some great memory products very consistently

Now that we have come upon DDR4 Corsair was the first to get us some hands on time with DIMMS in the kit you see in front of you today. This kit  is one of Corsairs newest Vengeance LPX models which is actually the companies mainstream line with Dominator platinums to service the high-end enthusiasts crowd. DDR4 has JEDEC or default speeds of 2133 so to see that Corsair is planning to release 2666MHz (Which is the kit we have today) as their minimum per their FAQ statement says a lot about their ambition to really push the performance on the new platform."

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ASRock Fatal1ty 990FX Killer AM3+ Motherboard Review @ BenchmarkReviews

"The AMD 990FX Chipset has been around for a while now, but it has recently come back into the spotlight with the release of a few new CPUs from AMD’s FX series. With that release we were pleased to receive a 990FX motherboard that we hadn’t previously looked at. In this article, Benchmark Reviews takes a look at the ASRock Fatal1ty 990FX Killer motherboard; a 990FX motherboard focused on gaming performance. Motherboards manufacturers are all about differentiating themselves by including features that make them stand out. The ASRock Fatal1ty 990FX Killer motherboard is definitely a motherboard that stands apart."

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Deepcool GF120 Cooling Fan Review @ APH Networks

"How is the latest cooling fan from Deepcool? We tested one out in detail to see how it performs."

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