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HWRoundup Planet Hardware has finished its review of the P4. After all the confusion over at Dr T's, this lot reckoned they'd wait until all the votes were recounted. Click here to get the rest of their thoughts on the beast.



OC Workbench

has put a review of the AOPEN AK73Pro together. It seems that AOpen's investment in the old R&D department has paid off. OC Workbench has no hesitation in giving this one a four-and-a-half-star rating.



Oh, and while you are there, check out the frontpage for news about the 815EP mainboards from DFI.



Tweaktown has delved into the workings of

the EPOX EP-8KTA3 motherboard

and so pleased were they that it scooped the Editor's Choice award.




Getting into the Christmas spirit still further, the gaming reviews have started to populate the sites a little more than they did in June. In keeping with this theme, Maximum3D has reviewed the Saitek PX4000 Playstation 2 gamepad. This is a PS2 Dual Shock controller, with a few extra gizmos stuck on. Click

here

.




Updates are helpful when stuff changes. 3DHardware kow this, and so they've updated their

review

of the Creative Labs D.A.P. Jukebox - apparently it has a whole bunch of new features. Check it out, but don't forget the contrast and compare section. ®



We know what you like, and there is more of it here, in our archives.

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