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#1346| source: http://www.pcworld.com by maximum3d on Mon Jun 02 2003 
Intel Squashes Centrino Bug
Intel said yesterday that it has turned off software in its family of mobile processors that could cause some Centrino-powered notebooks to crash when used with a virtual private network under the Windows or Windows XP operating system. Intel spokesman Daniel Francisco said the chip maker had determined that the problem occurs when VPNs are used with the adaptive-switching utility in its Centrino PROSet software. That utility allows users to maintain a connection when they switch from a wired network connection to a wireless LAN connection.
#1345| source: http://www.laks.com by maximum3d on Fri May 23 2003 
Wristwatch USB Drive
LAKS has made the ultimate wristwatch - It's a USB drive (32/64/128MB) combined with a watch.
#1344| source: http://www.pcabusers.com by maximum3d on Fri May 23 2003 
Zippy EL-610 Keyboard
As you can see next to a full size kb, the Zippy is a small keyboard. Being small, now you have more room in your work space for other things. It's also very slim. Less than an inch thick at the thickest part. And while it is very light, it feels well made and sturdy
#1343| source: http://www.bjorn3d.com by maximum3d on Fri May 23 2003 
OCZ Ultra 2 Thermal Paste
OCZ Ultra 2 is a high-quality polysynthetic thermal compound designed to provide maximum thermal transfer between the CPU surface and the heatsink. OCZ Ultra 2 uses a blend of polysynthetic oils that ensure that the compound will not solidify or lose its thermal transfer properties over time. Ultra 2 thermal compound is not electrically conductive, meaning that it is completely safe for use on any surface that requires maximum thermal transfer. Each 3 gram syringe contains enough OCZ Ultra 2 to properly cool twenty to thirty CPU's, depending on the surface area.
#1342| source: http://news.com.com by maximum3d on Fri May 23 2003 
California Senate OKs antispam bill
The California State Senate approves a bill that would make it illegal to send unsolicited e-mail advertising and allows people to sue so-called spammers for $500 per unwanted message. If the bill, which now goes to the California Assembly, becomes law, it would be one of the strictest antispam measures in the country. Gov. Gray Davis has taken no position on the measure.
#1341| source: www.hardocp.com by crossbow on Fri Apr 25 2003 
i875 Intel Review Over at [H]
Another review at a canterwood board. Check it out if your looking to buy a system in the next two months.

#1340| source: www.storagereview.com by crossbow on Fri Apr 25 2003 
15,000 RPM of Maxtor Lovin
15,000 rpm Atlas Harddrives. You know you want one.

#1339| source: www.storagereivew.com by crossbow on Fri Apr 25 2003 
250 Gigs For All Your "Video"
Storage review takes a look at the 250 gig WD 8 meg cache monster. How'd it perform? Who cares, its huge.

#1338| source: www.anandtech.com by crossbow on Fri Apr 25 2003 
Itanium 32 Bit Fixes
Intel plans a software update to itanium, greatly increases its 32 bit performance. Hmm...they couldn't be scared of opteron...now could they?

#1337| source: www.anandtech.com by crossbow on Fri Apr 25 2003 
Opteron Desktop Performance
Anand and the guys take a look at Opteron desktop performance. Rendering, games, the whole 9 yards. How's it perform? Go read the article already.



 
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