More and more products are hitting the TweakTown office so we decided to start numbering the guides instead of giving them monthly dates. While we receive the normal flow of hardware to review, a large box arrived on our door step from Sunbeam Tech full of their latest modding products which gives the case modding genre another big appearance in the guide.
USB Flash drives are being released by more and more companies constantly and thanks to Crucial and Kingmax we have some of the more recent drives to hit the market in our hot little hands. Finally, PC Case Gear provided us with some new products including some more Sunbeam products that have hit the store shelves recently.
There is not much point dragging this on any further and I am sure that we all want to know where our hard earned dollars can go this month. Let's begin!
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