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Review Round-up This week's no-holds-barred product assessments from around the web...

  • Dell Axim X51v
    "Dell has added a new member to its mobile Axim family. This model has more memory, a bigger screen, a new OS and more processing power. What's all this good for..?" - UK Gamer
     
  • Foxconn, Gigabyte and AVC coolers for Intel LGA775 and AMD Socket 939
    "To all appearances, you should choose a cooler proceeding from your specific tasks rather than general ideas..." - Digit-Life
     
  • ADS Tech Instant TV For Notebooks
    "Want a Media Center laptop with all the bells and whistles but the billfold is a little light? ADS Tech has the answer for you..." - The Tech Zone
     
  • Plextor PX-750UF External Multi-Format DVD Burner
    "The new external DVD rewriter from Plextor that boasts stylish looks, supports two interfaces and performs quite nicely overall. But are there any underwater stones..?" - The Tech Zone
     
  • OCZ EL PC2-8000 XTC: Low Latency PLUS DDR2-1100
    "The best performing DDR2 memory ever tested..." - Anandtech
     
  • Apple MacBook Pro
    "Looks and runs great, but design pros don’t yet have the software support..." - BIOS Magazine
     
  • Alienware Sentia m3200
    "Save realtime 3D performance, this little machine still looks like a contender..." - Ars Technica
     
  • Jabra JX10
    "The JX10's small size, plus its excellent performance and the quality all-round package, does make it one of the best headsets out there..." - Hexus

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