It's been a while since our last Gadget Guide but here we are again reading (and me writing) no. 4. Over the past few months a fair few little bits and pieces have made their way into our Melbourne office and it's time we got around to trying them out. We have a few goodies from some of our regulars as well as a few new guys making an appearance.
Webber 4 Technologies like last time have provided us with the latest in mousing surfaces, Memory.com handed us some of the latest in portable memory storage as well as a few goodies from our buddies over at ThermalTake.
Let's get straight in to our Gizmos, Gadgets and Goodies guide #4 and see what has come our way this time around.
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