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OptoRite 48/16/48 CD-RW Burner Review

OptoRite 48/16/48 CD-RW Burner Review

High speed CD-RW burners are becoming increasingly more affordable each day as they gain in popularity. Follow Cameron "Sov" Johnson as he takes a look at a 48/16/48 speed burner from OptoRite. You can pick one of these kits up for $100 US, but does it actually work well and most importantly, at its marked speeds? Read on and find out - It might just make the perfect Christmas gift for the geek in your family! | Dec 14, 2002 at 11:00 pm CST

Liteon 52/24/52 - The Fastest CD-RW Burner in the World

Liteon 52/24/52 - The Fastest CD-RW Burner in the World

Over the last few years CD burners have increased in popularity immensely and are slowly being pushed to replace the humble floppy disk drive. Today Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot takes a look at Liteon's 52/25/52 burner which the Taiwanese company claim is the "The Fastest CD-RW Burner in the World" today. Is this true? Read on and find out! | Dec 2, 2002 at 11:00 pm CST

New Motion Combo Firewire & USB Converter Unit Review

New Motion Combo Firewire & USB Converter Unit Review

High-speed CD-RW drive, CHECK. DVD drive, CHECK. Two speedy hard drives for unheard of storage space, CHECK. Brand new DVD-RW drive... whoops. More and more people are falling victim to the problem of no more IDE ports for peripherals. Too many new products are hitting the shelves that need these valuable resources, but most motherboards are limited to four devices. Come join Cameron "Sov" Johnson as he takes a look at the New Motion Combo Converter Device. It tackles this very problem by utilizing your system's USB or Firewire ports. Let's see if it can tackle the demanding needs of a Power User! | Oct 15, 2002 at 11:00 pm CDT

IOSS RD3XP Gladiator Super Shielded ATA133 Cables Review

IOSS RD3XP Gladiator Super Shielded ATA133 Cables Review

What would you say if I were to tell you of a set of rounded ATA cables that will reportedly give you faster data rates? Think I'm crazy? Come join Mike "Darthtanion" Wright as he takes a look at a set of IOSS RD3XP Rounded Cables. They claim to be able to do exactly this and it is time to find out if they can really live up to such a claim! | Sep 10, 2002 at 11:00 pm CDT

TDK veloCD 48x16x48 CD-RW Review

TDK veloCD 48x16x48 CD-RW Review

While CD drives have become rather stagnant as far as speeds are concerned, the CD-R/RW market is still gaining speeds faster than one can keep up with. Join Mike "Darthtanion" Wright as he takes a look at the newest offering from TDK; namely the veloCD 48x16x48. With blistering speeds and some very nice additional features, it may be the drive to beat in the near future. Come see what makes it so special! | Aug 31, 2002 at 11:00 pm CDT

Seagate Cheetah 36ES SCSI Hard Disk Review

Seagate Cheetah 36ES SCSI Hard Disk Review

Seagate has been one of the top makers of SCSI drives for some time now. But with the high entry fee, can these drives be of any real use for us? Come join Cameron "Sov" Johnson as he takes a look at the Seagate Cheetah 36ES SCSI Hard Drive. There's only one way to find out how well it really performs, and that's to throw it into the grinder and see how it handles the load. | Apr 4, 2002 at 11:00 pm CST

VIP Power Mobile Rack Review

VIP Power Mobile Rack Review

Removable storage. It's something you either depend on greatly on a daily basis for work or something you've never heard of or bothered using in the past. Follow Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot as he takes a look at one of these mobile racks and why he considers it one of the most useful products ever invented for the PC. | Feb 16, 2002 at 11:00 pm CST

IBM GXP Problems: The Truth Exposed and Possible Fixes

IBM GXP Problems: The Truth Exposed and Possible Fixes

For months now users of IBM manufactured hard disk drives based on the Deskstar 60GXP and 75GXP models have been experiencing substantial frequent fail rates and data loss - Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot recently fell victim himself and suggsts what the problem may be, and possible solutions! | Feb 11, 2002 at 11:00 pm CST