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The Best 52″ 120Hz LCD HDTV Review!

Recently, I have been going to practically every electronics store and I have to say, a 52″ 120Hz LCD HDTV is the one to get.  Well, I’ve seen enough of them, here’s a review of different brands you can get although they are practically all the same.

In particular, you want to look for following qualities when buying a 52″ LCD HDTV:

    120Hz – This is the refresh rate of your HDTV, I will only be reviewing 120Hz HDTVs here but if you are in the retail store to buy one, make sure your HDTV is 120Hz, anything less would be not ideal.  120Hz equals

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DIY Hacked USB Thumb Drive!

DIY Hacked USB Thumb Drive!

For those of you who need a real USB Thumb drive, this might not be the right picture but for those of you who want to have some fun, just go and grab an old harddrive, USB ports, and couple USB Flash Drives for a real good Thumb Drive laughs.

This ordinary looking hard drive when plugged into a USB port will mount 4 USB thumbdrives onto your computer. Cool idea to make some use of some old computer parts. It would have been cool if the drive would spin

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LaCie Little Big Disk Quadra – 1 Terabyte of Storage!

Need some serious storage for your files? Here’s the LaCie little big disk quadra with 1 terabytes (that’s 1,000 gigabytes!) of storage.

1 x eSATA 3Gbits port; 2 x FireWire 800 ports (FireWire 400 compatible); 1 x Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port

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Tranquil PC announces Intel Atom-based Harmony home servers

Tranquil PC announces Intel Atom-based Harmony home servers.

The only bad part?

It ships with Microsoft Windows Home Server, which makes it worthless to anyone who uses Linux.  Well, it’s not worthless but you gotta pay more.

two new fanless models should be shipping in June: the T7-HSAi (left, with a single 3.5-inch drive or two 2.5-inch drives) and T2-WHS-A3i (right, with up to two 3.5-inch drives), both featuring Ethernet, four USB 2.0 ports, 512MB or 1GB RAM options, and running Windows Home Server. With base configs and 50

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Viewsonic Korea Launches a Curved 19″ LCD in Korea

Korea is becoming more of a central location where companies are launching products to test out the market.

Recently, Viewsonic launches their new curved 19″ LCD in Korea.  It doesn’t look curved to me but it must be just so slightly.

SEOUL, Korea (AVING) — <Visual News> Viewsonic Korea(www.viewsonic.com) announced the launch of its 19-inch wide LCD monitor ‘VX1962WM’ in Korea market, which is available in June.

Supporting 1680*1050 resolution, 6000:1 contrast ratio and 2ms response speed, the VX1

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