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

  • Rock Xtreme SLI notebook
    "The limitations of notebook processors and motherboards are such that you're never going to get 100 per cent of desktop performance in a 'portable' system, but with this you really are getting about as close as is humanly possible..." - Bit-Tech
  • Asus A8N32-SLI Deluxe motherboard
    "Deserves the title of the best gaming motherboard from Asus. It can be recommended as a basis for an ultimatistic gaming station..." - Digit-Life
  • Matrox DualHead2Go
    "Not an earth-shattering accomplishment and not that practical for most laptop owners, it can be a great purchase for people who rely on a laptop at the home or office but want more screen space..." - XYZ Computing
  • ECS/Elitegroup C19-A SLI motherboard
    "A cheap little winner. Your author personally hates how it looks but I'm struggling to think what else is realistically wrong with it..." - Hexus.net
  • Lite-On EZ DUB
    "The one-button duplication is a major relief to those who need to copy lots of discs, or to those who don't want to get bogged down in the quagmire of DVD ripping/burning software.." - Techware Labs
  • Logitech Cordless Desktop MX 5000 Laser
    "Some may balk at the $149.99 retail price tag carried by Logitech's latest offering, but this cutting-edge cordless combo is rich enough in features to justify every single penny..." - The Techzone
  • Samsung LE32T51BX 32in HD Ready LCD
    "A comparatively well priced way to join the HDTV revolution, even though the revolution isn't quite underway just yet" - UK Gamer
  • SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 player
    "Almost every aspect of this MP3 player is well-thought out and polished, which is why it's a shame that it's all but ruined by a single obvious oversight that will affect 95 per cent of its users..." - DAP Review
  • MSI K8N Diamond Plus motherboard
    "One of the better overclocking boards you could have..." - Hard OCP
  • Averatec 3715-EH1 notebook
    "Winter wonderland styling, but its features and performance can easily be bettered..." - BIOS Magazine

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