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Techbargains Deals for 2-29-11

<strong>OUR FAVORITE DEAL OF THE DAY!</strong> • <a href="">Zotac ZBOX-ID31DVD-PLUS Intel Atom D525 CPU Dual-Core Media Mini PC $214.99 plus free shipping</a> (normally $399 – use coupon code: <b>EMCNHHB27</b> and <a href="">this form</a>). <strong>Computers & Peripherals:</strong> • <a href="">Dell U2412M 24" eIPS LED-Backlit LCD Monitor $299 plus free shipping</a> (normally $369). • <a href="">Refurbished Dell Optiplex 745 Pentium D 2.8GHz Desktop Computer w/ Windows 7 Professional for $149.99 plus free shipping</a> (normally $299). • <a href="">Zotac ZBOX-ID31DVD-PLUS Intel Atom D525 CPU Dual-Core Media Mini PC $214.99 plus free shipping</a> (normally $399 – use coupon code: <b>EMCNHHB27</b> and <a href="">this form</a>). • <a href="">Asus N53SV-XV1 Intel Core i7-2630QM Quad-Core 15.6" 1080p Laptop for $799.97</a> (normally $929). • <a href="”>Corsair Builder Series CMPSU-430CX V2 430W ATX Power Supply $16.99 plus free shipping</a> (normally $49 – use coupon code: <b>EMCNHHB34</b> and <a href="">this form</a>). <strong>Home Entertainment:</strong> • <a href=""> 32” RCA 32LA45RQ 32” 1080p LCD HDTV for $249.98</a> (normally $399). <strong>Personal Electronics:</strong> • <a href="">$100 off Select Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Smartphones, Tablets</a>. • <a href=""> $15 Apple iTunes Card for $7.50 plus free shipping</a> (normally $15) • <a href="">ZAGGfolio Apple iPad 2 Keyboard Case for $70.99 plus free shipping</a> (normally $99) • <a href="">Omnitech 8-Sheet Cross-Cut Shredder for $19.99</a> (normally $59) • <a href="">Motorola S10-HD Wireless Stereo Bluetooth Headphones for $47.99 plus free shipping</a> (normally $99)

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Unboxing the Patriot Pyro SE Solid State Drive

Today we are unboxing another solid state drive. This time it is the Patriot Pyro SE, which is Patriot's 3rd SATA 6GB/s drive. Their <a href="">Wildfire drive</a> uses Toshiba toggle memory, the original Pryo uses asynchronous memory and this drive will be using synchronous memory. This drive still features the SandForce SF-2281 controller and has read and write speeds of 550MB/s and 520MB/s respectively. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview of the 120GB version.

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Thermaltake Overseer RX-I Computer Case Review @ APH Networks

<em>If you have been paying attention to the articles I have been churning out in the past couple of months, you would have noticed all of the reviews, with the exception of one, have been on computer cases. Even as I write this introduction, I am still scheduled to review yet another case in the coming weeks. So at the moment, even I have to confess that cases are becoming a chore to write about. But before you stop reading my review solely because I seem uninspired, today's editorial is on one of Thermaltake's newest addition to their chassis line-up, and I promise this case (As well as this review) will fill your ever growing appetite. In fact, many writers will agree with the statement that Thermaltake cases are always exciting to evaluate; and the previously reviewed flamboyant and loud-and-proud Thermaltake Chaser MK-1 -- also covered by yours truly -- is a perfect example of why. If one were to take a quick look at the two cases, he or she would simply say that both of them are very similar in design, inspiration, and functionality. Let me say, however, that the Overseer RX-I, today's review unit, has an improved character that is less "outgoing", and more functional, so to speak. How so? Well, to say more would rob you of the opportunity in reading the rest of the review. So without further chatter, let's move on.</em> Via <a href="" target="_blank">APH Networks</a>

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Swiftech Apogee HD @ PureOverclock

<em>“The new Swiftech flagship CPU water block is intended to offer the competitive edge: more innovative features enthusiast users want at an affordable price. Let’s find out if Swiftech has met its goal and reclaimed its place as the top water block on the market, or if it lags behind the competition.”</em> <center><img src=""></center><br> Via <a href="" target="_blank">PureOverclock</a>

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NZXT Havik 120 CPU Cooler Review @ Hi Tech Legion

<em>"The NZXT Havik 120 CPU Cooler comes hot on the heels of its larger brother, the Havik 140. With all new innovations of its own, the Havik 120 looks to offer all of the performance we have come to expect from NZXT in a smaller package, while keeping NZXT’s trademark black and white look. The Havik 120 uses dual 1500rpm 120mm fans in a push/pull configuration to move massive amounts of air through its cooling tower. The tower of the Havik 120, itself, has a unique fin design, with less restriction, to provide better flow through and over the four nickel-plated copper 8mm heatpipes. NZXT uses rubber fan mounting to reduce any vibration noises, while newly designed fans top out at a very quiet 22dBA. Should you want a more silent experience, a Low Noise Adapter is included to drop fan speeds to 1200rpm. The Havik 120 comes with a universal mounting kit and is a direct fit on Intel LGA2011/1155/1156/1366/775 and AMD AM3/AM2 platforms."</em> <center><img src=""></center><br> Via <a href="" target="_blank">Hi Tech Legion</a>

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AntLion ModMic Review @ OCC

<em>"The only real difference between my Turtle Beach headset and the stick-on AntLion ModMic was the fact that the ModMic didn't have a foam filter of the mic itself. This lead to a little more noise pickup from my mechanical keyboard and breathing. In general, it sounded better than most standard microphones people use on the Internet today. It just picked a little of the extra noises, high frequencies, and key clacking. You could always mod your ModMic and add your own foam from another mic as well. Overall, I was genuinely impressed with the mic — all I wished it had included was a foam filter to keep ambient noises at bay."</em> <center><img src="ttp://"></center><br> Via <a href="" target="_blank">OCC</a>

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ASUS VG278H 27” 3D Gaming Monitor Review @ Hardware Canucks

<em>Being one of the first 120Hz capable 27" monitors, the ASUS VG278H caused a stir when it was first announced alongside NVIDIA’s 3D Vision 2. Even though it incorporates a TN panel and a resolution of only 1920 x 1080, its price is low enough to be tempting for anyone that wants stereoscopic capabilities without breaking the bank.</em> Via <a href="" target="_blank">Hardware Canucks</a>

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AC Ryan Playon!HD Mini 2 Full HD Network Media Streamer Review @ Madshrimps

<em>The Playon!HD Mini 2 Full HD Network Media Streamer from AC Ryan has a pretty small footprint and is able to stream multimedia content (videos, photos, music) right from our network; in case we have attached to it an USB Flash Drive or external HDD, we can play back the multimedia contents locally. The device can be also connected wirelessly to the network via an accessory sold separately.</em> Via <a href="" target="_blank">Madshrimps</a>

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Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS Battle Dragon LAN Bag Review @ KitGuru

<em>"Today we are going to look at the Tt eSPORTS Battle Dragon LAN Bag which is designed for gamers who frequent LAN events like Multiplay’s I-Series. It is designed to carry all the gaming accessories that go along with your PC so you don’t have to worry about them getting lost or damaged."</em> Via <a href="" target="_blank">KitGuru</a>

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Samsung Series 5 NP530U4B Review @

<em>"The Samsung Series 5 NP530U4B is another 14-inch ultrabook that has hit the market. This one is extremely lightweight and portable and has a very comfortable keyboard. It is one of the first ultrabooks to have a built-in optical drive, which might be a deal maker for some. It does lack in battery life and some performance, so it's not without some flaws."</em> <center><img src=""></center><br> Via <a href="" target="_blank"></a>

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