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Calling all gadget fans...get yourselves over to Tom's Hardware page ASAP. He's taken a look at the Nomad Jukebox from Creative. [Take note: it is possible to name a product without millions of funny letters] A move into the consumer arena for MP3 has left us with a rather groovy looking bit of kit that you can store loads of music from CDs on. Go here to find out more good stuff.



Staying with the musical theme (I was going to say "note", so count yourselves lucky) Anandtech has posted a piece on the MidiLand S4 3050M 2.1 Speaker System. In detail, as always. So if you want to know all, and possibly more, about the system click

here


Active Hardware goes to work on the i815 chipset offering from Soyo, the SY-7ISM. The reviewer does not waste time being fluffy about it when there are serious things to be criticised. The technical details section just lists eight faults. Just our kind of stuff really. Go

here.


Planet Hardware says that bigger is always better. And so in that spirit has taken a look at the latest Globalwin heatsink offering, given the handy nickname "The Beast." Is bigger better or is it just a myth perpetuated by sock merchants? (Think about it.) Click

here

to find out once and for all. In terms of heatsinks anyway.



And on that note, I bid you a good weekend. See ya Monday. ®

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