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LOGiiX Blue Piston Chamber Bluetooth NFC Speaker Review @ ModSynergy.com

"LOGiiX is one of those newer mobile accessories makers based out of lovely Canada, that is on the hunt for your hard earned money.  According to their website, LOGiiX makes well-crafted, carefully designed mobile accessories that are meant to perform, attract and impress.

The other day I looked at the super impressive little brother Blue Piston.  Today I am given the opportunity to share with you about the bigger brother, the Blue Piston Chamber."

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LOGiiX Blue Piston Bluetooth Speaker Review @ ModSynergy.com

"LOGiiX is one of those newer mobile accessories makers based out of lovely Canada, that is on the hunt for your hard earned money.  According to their website, LOGiiX makes well-crafted, carefully designed mobile accessories that are meant to perform, attract and impress.

Today I am given the opportunity to share with you my readers about one of their latest portable Bluetooth speaker solution, the Blue Piston."

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LOGiiX Bluetooth Speaker

Verbatim 16GB Store 'n' Go Mini Metal USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review @ ModSynergy.com

"The saying, bigger is better, is that true? Well Verbatim would like to counter that statement by introducing their Store 'n' Go Mini Metal USB by saying smaller is better. The Verbatim Store 'n' Go Mini Metal USB flash drive aims to be that tiny shockproof flash drive that surprises based on its large capacity, speedy USB 3.0 performance, and affordability for the masses."

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LOGiiX Blue Piston Chamber Bluetooth NFC Speaker Review @ ModSynergy.com

"LOGiiX is one of those newer mobile accessories makers based out of lovely Canada, that is on the hunt for your hard earned money.  According to their website, LOGiiX makes well-crafted, carefully designed mobile accessories that are meant to perform, attract and impress.

The other day I looked at the super impressive little brother Blue Piston.  Today I am given the opportunity to share with you about the bigger brother, the Blue Piston Chamber."

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DeepCool Gabriel Low-Profile CPU Cooler Review @ NikkTech

It's now official, things have changed so much (always compared to the past) that manufacturers want to send us more mITX and mATX PC Cases than normal ones and since we all know how much some of you have been waiting for this we're not about to say no to them (although we may not be able to review every single mITX/mATX case out there due to time limitations). That being said until those cases start rolling in we're going to continue bringing all of you reviews of the latest mITX/mATX low-profile CPU Coolers to hit the market by all the leading players like we promised a while ago. Now I’m pretty certain that DeepCool needs no introductions (especially now that our global giveaway is over) and since their Gabriel mITX Low-Profile CPU Cooler happens to quite popular amongst mITX builders lately (Dominion anyone?) we decided to take a closer look and see why that is."

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Corsair Flash Voyager GTX 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review @ Legit Reviews

"The Corsair Flash Voyager GTX USB 3.0 Flash Drive series consists of pair of drives that are 128GB and 256GB in capacity and run $119.99 and $199.99, respectively. Corsair claims that the Flash Voyager GTX delivers SSD-like performance in a compact thumb drive. Corsair says they are able to do this thanks to the use of a Phison PS3109-S9 SSD controller being used on the Flash Voyager GTX series."

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Kingston SSDNow mS200 240GB mSATA SSD Review @ Bigbruin.com

"In real world use, the mS200 240GB mSATA SSD proved to be exactly what I expected. It made a notebook computer that didn't seem all that old seem so much faster and more enjoyable. The drive was capable of hitting its target read and write speeds (540MB/s and 530MB/s respectively) during the execution of benchmarks, but results will not look as impressive if the test selected uses incompressible data.Thank you."

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Corsair Flash Voyager GTX 128GB Review @ KitGuru

"Chances are you already have several flash pen drives at home, either lying around on a desk or in a drawer. Smaller drives are ideal for flashing a motherboard BIOS and updating firmware, but the larger drives are more serious – used for backing up and moving large amounts of data between computers. It is true they are generally not the most exciting of devices however today we look at something very special from Corsair, a new flash drive they say is their fastest ever – The Voyager GTX. "

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Canon EF 24-105 f/4L IS USM Review @ TechnologyX

“Typically when you go to buy a DSLR and you don’t have any lenses already, you would opt to buy one with what is called a kit lens. It is called a kit lens because with DSLRs, there are two main parts to the camera. The body and the lens. Together they form a “kit,” you need both in order for the camera to take photos. Usually, when I think of kit lenses I think of cheap, low quality optics and casing and worst of all, a variable aperture over the focal length range."

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Thecus NAS 5550 Server Review @ TechwareLabs

"While Thecus offers products for large business to home use, today we will be taking a look at the N5550, which is targeted for SMB (Small/Medium Business). In the Tower (as opposed to rackmount) SMB product category, Thecus has NAS devices with 2 to 7 drive bay configurations, and these units will also differ in CPU speed and pre-installed memory. Also, since this is targeted for the SMB market, the N5550 has features such as iSCSI Thin-Provisioning, RSync Backup, and User quotas."

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Silverstone Nightjar 520 W @ techPowerUp

"Silverstone has been offering fanless PSUs for quite some time; however, they hadn’t released a relevant product for some years now, which changed recently as their Nightjar fanless series now includes the NJ520 with Platinum efficiency, a fully modular cabling design, and a promise of total silence."

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Synology DS415play NAS Review at Hardwareheaven.com

"Today Synology update their Play range of NAS with the DS415play, a 4bay device with enhanced media features and we have one to review."

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Corsair Voyager Air 2 Review @ Vortez

"Voyager Air 2 is the successor to the original mobile storage drive and this time round comes with a refined aesthetic and feature-set. This new drive promises to deliver long battery life and a rather generous 1TB of storage, bringing with it handy tech such as USB 3.0 and wireless passthru."

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X2 Products Eclipse IV CPU Cooler Review @ OCInside.de

"A relatively new brand on the PC market is the company X2 Products, with their headquarter in the Netherlands.
The more interesting it will be for all readers, that we are taking a closer look at their first CPU cooler, today.
Here at OCinside.de we test today the brand new X2 Products Eclipse IV CPU cooler."

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Corsair Flash Voyager GTX 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review @ TweakTown

"Tyler tests the new Flash Voyager GTX pen drive from Corsair. It even includes TRIM and SMART support since internally it uses an SSD controller. Read on."

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Intel Pentium G3258 (Haswell) 20th Anniversary Edition CPU Performance @ TweakTown

"Intel celebrates 20 years with the Intel Pentium G3258 processor. We find out just what it's all about in this performance overview article by Shawn."

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DeepCool Gabriel Low-Profile CPU Cooler Review @

It's now official, things have changed so much (always compared to the past) that manufacturers want to send us more mITX and mATX PC Cases than normal ones and since we all know how much some of you have been waiting for this we're not about to say no to them (although we may not be able to review every single mITX/mATX case out there due to time limitations). That being said until those cases start rolling in we're going to continue bringing all of you reviews of the latest mITX/mATX low-profile CPU Coolers to hit the market by all the leading players like we promised a while ago. Now I’m pretty certain that DeepCool needs no introductions (especially now that our global giveaway is over) and since their Gabriel mITX Low-Profile CPU Cooler happens to quite popular amongst mITX builders lately (Dominion anyone?) we decided to take a closer look and see why that is."

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DeepCool Gabriel Low-Profile CPU Cooler Review @

It's now official, things have changed so much (always compared to the past) that manufacturers want to send us more mITX and mATX PC Cases than normal ones and since we all know how much some of you have been waiting for this we're not about to say no to them (although we may not be able to review every single mITX/mATX case out there due to time limitations). That being said until those cases start rolling in we're going to continue bringing all of you reviews of the latest mITX/mATX low-profile CPU Coolers to hit the market by all the leading players like we promised a while ago. Now I’m pretty certain that DeepCool needs no introductions (especially now that our global giveaway is over) and since their Gabriel mITX Low-Profile CPU Cooler happens to quite popular amongst mITX builders lately (Dominion anyone?) we decided to take a closer look and see why that is."

Read More

DeepCool Gabriel Low-Profile CPU Cooler Review @

It's now official, things have changed so much (always compared to the past) that manufacturers want to send us more mITX and mATX PC Cases than normal ones and since we all know how much some of you have been waiting for this we're not about to say no to them (although we may not be able to review every single mITX/mATX case out there due to time limitations). That being said until those cases start rolling in we're going to continue bringing all of you reviews of the latest mITX/mATX low-profile CPU Coolers to hit the market by all the leading players like we promised a while ago. Now I’m pretty certain that DeepCool needs no introductions (especially now that our global giveaway is over) and since their Gabriel mITX Low-Profile CPU Cooler happens to quite popular amongst mITX builders lately (Dominion anyone?) we decided to take a closer look and see why that is."

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