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BXBoards makes a welcome return to the roundup with this review of the AX3SPro Solano based mainboard from AOpen. The reason for the delay (the guys got the board just after Computex) has been given as "various acts of gods". That sounds reasonable to us.



We like rarities here at

El Reg,

so when we hear that there are only three reviews of a board out, we think its worth a mention. So, for anyone interested in the MSI K7T Master, may we direct you to

SlotA.com.


Acer's FP350 LCD monitor gets the treatment at Dan's Data today. At less than $600 it is cheaper that most of its kind and Dan finds himself wondering what the catch is. Go

along

and have a read for yourself.




The phrase "thumbnail drive" may well conjure up images of very small cars and equally tiny parking spaces, but it also obviously refers to a particularly small piece of kit. Reviewed over at

One2surf

this is a teeny tiny storage drive manufactured using non-volatile flash memory. See what you think.




Apparently people in dear old Blighty have been having a bit of trouble with their newly purchased ATI Radeon cards.

Hexus

has run a rant, sorry, editorial on the issue.




And before you all dash off to return to the soldering and so on, do want some free stuff? We only ask because GA Hardware is giving away five (yes, five) Turtle-Beach Santa Cruz Sound Cards, a Voodoo4 4500 AGP and a Ratpad. What, are you still here? Oh, you want a

link

you say. Oh all right then. ®



More hardware stuff can, as always, be found in the archives

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