Month: November 2011

Antec P280: Performance One Refresh

The P280 is a new variant of the Antec Performance One series of ATX towers. The overhauled design features USB 3.0, better ventilation, improved fans, the removal of the power supply compartment, and a host of other changes to make it competitive with modern enthusiast cases.

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WD TV Live Streaming Media Player

The new WD TV Live is barely the size of a mobile USB drive and costs only a C-note, yet can stream 1080p24 video from any local or networked storage via gigabit LAN or wireless-N, access 20 online media services, and work as a music jukebox or a photo/slide viewer.

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Intel Sandy Bridge Extreme: Core i7-3960X LGA2011 Processor

The Core i7-3960X is Intel’s flagship processor for their new Sandy Bridge Extreme (LGA2011) platform. This extravagantly priced US$990 chip is based on Sandy Bridge and has six cores, 15MB of L3 cache, a quad channel memory controller, and a souped up version of TurboBoost.

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WD Scorpio Black 750GB & Scorpio Blue 1TB

A close look and listen of the Scorpio Black 750GB and Scorpio Blue 1TB, Western Digital’s fastest and largest capacity notebook hard drives respectively. Whether they’ll be in short supply due to the flooding of WD plants in Thailand is not clear.

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