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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX30 Digital Camera Review – Waterproof, Shockproof, Dustproof and Freezeproof

We have in our hot little hands for review one of the first Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-TX30 Digital cameras and DEFINITELY the first orange sample that has reached Canada. The TX-30 is waterproof, dustproof, shockproof, and even freeze proof, garnishing it’s recognition as being the world’s slimmest waterproof camera. For it to pass our stringent examination however, the TX30 must be …

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Sennheiser Adidas Sports OCX 685i Headset Quick ‘Heads On’ Review

Up on the bench today is a Sennheiser’s OCX 685i headset for review, a headset that is lightweight and adjustable and we guarantee has gotten a thorough true testing,  through our gym and outdoor training. The headset package includes an optimum cable routing clip, three sets of ear adaptors that enable a personalized fit, a set of diaphragm guards (with tool) …

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Crucial M500 480GB SSD Review – A New Benchmark For Incredible Affordability And Performance

Crucial M500 480GB SSD

The SSD market has seen such staggering growth since its inception; it is almost mind-boggling to keep up with the new drives and companies entering the fray every year. Some do well, while others quickly exit out, hence, we are left with those companies that have proven their reliability in positively sustaining consumer SSD technology, architecture, and hardware. Crucial is …

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Crucial Ballistix Sport VLP & Tactical LP 16GB Low-Profile Memory Review – A Perfect Fit

crucial ballistix low profile memory

When it comes to memory there are a plethora of options from a vast amount of manufacturers. From specifications to design, memory modules have never looked better in every aspect. One concept that has remained constant however is size, which is exactly what Crucial aims to change. Crucial needs no introduction; they have remained one of the biggest computer hardware …

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Is VALVe Gearing Up To Battle Nintendo, Sony And Microsoft’s Next-Gen Gaming Consoles?

Anyone even remotely associated with gaming knows about Steam. VALVe’s software evolved from being a lowly bare-bones digital-rights management (DRM) nuisance to a tremendously successful digital-content distribution system holding well over 80-85% of market share on PC. VALVe recently rolled out Steam’s Big Picture Mode, a new UI designed specifically for TV’s making it easier for users who prefer console environments of …

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