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Reviews for 2010

Zalman ZM-M240W Stereoscopic monitor review
Zalman ZM-M240W Stereoscopic monitor review
Zalman released a new 24" 3D monitor tagged as ZM-M240W. This Stereoscopic 3D LCD Monitor is at a convenient size of 24" / 60cm allowing you to use it perfectly fine as desktop monitor, and it's not too small to watch a 3D movie on either...with a supported Full HD monitor resolution at 1920x1080 that is.
06 December 2010
Matrox DualHead2Go DP Edition Review
Matrox DualHead2Go DP Edition Review
In one of the first hardware product reviews in quite some time, Architosh put the DualHead2Go DP Edition GXM multi-monitor solutions through its paces, configuring the unit to dual 20-inch Apple Cinema Displays and powering the unit off a 2009 MacBook with Nvidia graphics.
29 November 2010
Western Digital VelociRaptor 600GB Reviewed by BSN
Western Digital VelociRaptor 600GB Reviewed by BSN
While many may criticise Western Digital for releasing an HDD in an SSD dominated performance market, there are some benefits to releasing a newer and faster HDD. Today, Bright Side of News evaluate whether or not the Western Digital 600GB VelociRaptor is really worth buying and in what instances it should be good to use.
07 October 2010
Matrox DualHead2Go DP (DisplayPort) Edition Review
Matrox DualHead2Go DP (DisplayPort) Edition Review
If your notebook or PC has a digital video interface (DVI or DisplayPort), you can use the DualHead2Go DP Edition for using two monitors on this single port. DisplayPort and Dual-Link DVI connections have an advantage because they can transmit up to 2x 1920x1200. Read the full review to find out more.
26 September 2010
Fusion-io drives reviewed by TechEye
Fusion-io drives reviewed by TechEye
The uptake of specialist solid state storage has been phenomenal and like all high-end peripherals, end users are constantly looking to enhance their systems to be more robust and; within mission critical systems absolutely robust. With the marketplace embracing this technology, there is now a growing trend by many end users to use the kind of drives made by Fusion-io.
30 August 2010
WD Caviar Green 1TB Hard Drive (WD10EADS) Review
WD Caviar Green 1TB Hard Drive (WD10EADS) Review
Western Digital Caviar Green drives use less power and support quieter, cooler-running desktop PCs and external storage devices. Read on to find out more about the WD Caviar Green 1TB, 32 MB Cache, SATA 3 Gb/s SATA Hard Drive.
19 August 2010
Boston Green Power 1200-6 reviewed by IT Pro
Boston Green Power 1200-6 reviewed by IT Pro
The Boston Green Power 1200-6 offers lots of processing power at a very reasonable price. The reviewers at IT Pro recently took a closer look at the Green Power 1200-6, and found that it easily sets the mark as the lowest cost quad Opteron 6100 server currently on the market.
10 August 2010
Supermicro SSE-G48-TG4 Layer 3 switch reviewed by Network Computing
Supermicro SSE-G48-TG4 Layer 3 switch reviewed by Network Computing
In a year that has seen many of the Tier 1 server vendors struggling to make ends meet, Supermicro has been posting some stunning results. This is in no small part thanks to this manufacturer's huge range of aggressively priced servers, workstations and motherboards, but it has even bigger expansion plans in mind, and has now launched its own range of network switches.
05 August 2010
Boston Green Power 1300-T reviewed by Strategic Facilities Datacenter Magazine
Boston Green Power 1300-T reviewed by Strategic Facilities Datacenter Magazine
In this day and age where many server platforms are not used anywhere near their processing potential, many applications and appliances would be better placed within a low power small form factor server. Our GP (Green Power) range has been power optimised to significantly reduce the energy costs and the global impact of servers we daily use. The Boston Green Power 1300-T server has recently been reviewed by Strategic Facilities Datacenter Magazine - read on to find out more.
01 July 2010
Western Digital VelociRaptor 600GB Review
Western Digital VelociRaptor 600GB Review
Western Digital's latest VelociRaptor ups the ante with 600GB of space and a 6Gb/s SATA controller, but the drive now has to compete with solid state drives and high-capacity, high-performance drives like WD's own Caviar Black series. Maximum PC take a look at the WD VelociRaptor 600GB hard drive.
24 June 2010

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