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Duron vs. Celeron and a homage to the virtues of overclocking. Sharky's homepage. Need I say more? This is a fairly decisive look at the potential of both pieces of hardware. If you want the full story, click here



Armageddon is just around the corner and it is all down to dust bunnies in your computer. To avoid this apocalypse, the only possible thing to do is run screaming over to

Frostytech

where this most dangerous of phenomena is explored. Or, with a little less melodrama, Frosty has some ideas about keeping dust out of your PC.




A comparison of a couple of memory card readers is underway at Dan's Data. It kicks off with what they are and why you might want one, so a nice gentle introduction for the not especially techie. Sound like your kind of thing? Then get over

there

PDQ.




Gaming bits and pieces: the all-important mouse and mat combo. What do you do if you are spoiled for choice? Well, for a start you could visit

Planet Hardware

and read their review of the Boomslang Everglide combo. Maybe you could even add it to your Christmas list.




Transmetazone

has got the specs for the Fujitsu Biblio LOOX T and S. The S version is the smaller one running the TM5400 at 533Mhz. Apparently Fujitsu has said the TM5600 as running at the same speed. If this is your bag, go check it out. ®



And because we know you like it, here is the link to our archives. Good weekending to you all.

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