ATI's Radeon HD 5850 video card that promises to enhance the gaming and video viewing experience of the user. iXBT Labs put five different models up against one another and found them all a much of a muchness.
Arctic Cooling's Arctic Sound E361-BM Earbuds have been reviewed on ASE Labs which finds them of higher quality than what is provided by your typical pair of earbuds.
Sennheiser's HD800 headphones promise to enhance the quality of music that goes into your ears if you are willing to burn a hole in your pockets. Tech Power Up hears 'near perfect all around performance in one set of headphones.' Gizmodo declares: 'The HD 800 has brilliant trebles, precise bass reproduction and an exceptionally clear sound.”
Samsung's EcoGreen 1.5 TB hard disk offers a large storage capacity at an affordable price. The hard disk has been comprehensively reviewed at Tech Arp, which warns that “if you are looking to use it as a primary hard disk drive to run your operating system and applications, its lacklustre performance might be a put-off.” PC Games Hardware, finds it 'efficient and quiet.'
Seagate's BlackArmor PS110 500GB USB 3.0 Portable Drive has been reviewed at Big Bruin X, which decides: 'You get not only the 500GB drive, but everything else you might need to use this with a laptop computer.” Test Freaks also have a fiddle here.
Back with your lug-holes, AblePlanet's headphones are designed for superior sound quality. It has been written about on Game Stooge reckons 'the headphones proved their versatility when it came to gaming.'
Next up is the OCZ ModXStream Pro 600 Watt power supply which is designed to offer undisrupted power supply to users' PC's. Tech Reviews likes it.
Last up today is the Intel Gulftown i7, a 'highly sophisticated CPU' reviewed at Lost Circuits which declares: 'Thinking in binary has been adopted as a new extension of our previous lifestyles.' Whatever that means.