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ASRock ION 330HT Nettop Review

Home Theatre PC’s or HTPC’s have been around for a few years now and are very popular. Most people use their old PC for a HTPC. The problem with that is that they are loud, not that powerful, and take up a lot of space. Well ASRock has got your HTPC needs covered with the ION 330HT Nettop that is capable of full 1080p high definition video playback and true-fidelity 7.1 surround sound audio. This system is powered by a Dual Core Intel Atom 330 (1.6GHz) processor, NVIDIA ION Graphics Processor, 2GB DDR2-800 memory, 320GB hard drive, DVD player and even WiFi!

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iBUYPOWER Gamer Paladin E870 i7 Gaming System Review

When it comes to gamers they want the newest and most powerful gaming systems out there. They really only have 2 choices, build a gaming PC themselves or get a custom gaming PC built for them. There are really only a few of reliable, well known custom builders out there and today we will be taking a look at a system from once such builder, iBUYPOWER. They have sent us their brand new Gamer Paladin E870 gaming system that sports an Intel Core i7 870 processor, 2x Radeon 4890's, 8GB of memory and liquid cooling. Let's take a look...

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Shuttle X50 All-in-One PC Review

Intel's Atom platform has been a huge success since it has launched, without the Atom chip you probably wouldn't know what a netbook is! With its huge success many companies are creating all types of different products based on the Atom. With this comes the nettop, a small form factor, inexpensive, low-wattage desktop computer. Today we will be looking at one of the most powerful nettop's out there the Shuttle X50. It features the Atom 330 dual-core processor, 1GB of memory and a 15.6-inch touch screen display.

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VIA ARTiGO A2000 Storage Computer Review

Generally, when I think of a NAS, I think of computer which has been stripped of any input/output devices and is really little more than a hard drive on a motherboard with a network port. I liken it to a motorcycle compared to the car which is a desktop computer: only the necessities of storage, network, and processing power. The VIA ARTiGO storage computer is more the car than the motorcycle, but is aimed at the motorcycle-NAS-market. Powered by a VIA C7 processor on a Nano ITX motherboard, the ARTiGO A2000 desires to fill a need which cannot be met by shrinkwrap, walled garden NAS devices from Synology, QNAP, D-Link, Buffalo, and the like. ThinkComputers checks out the device to see how it fares.

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Shuttle Prima SP45H7 Intel Barebones System Review

I'm sure a lot of you have heard of Shuttle, I first experienced a Shuttle system when I was building computers for a few friends for them to take to school. If you are unfamiliar with Shuttle they make small form factor "cube" systems that perform just as well as a desktop system. They offer barebones systems where you can go out and purchase the additional parts yourself or you can customize the system at Shuttle's website and they will build it for you. Today we are going to be taking a look at the Prima SP45H7 barebones system, which is based off the Intel P45 chipset.

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CyberPower Gamer Xtreme XT Gaming System Review

Prebuilt systems, we all know of them and when we see them one thing comes to our mind, "I would love to have that, but I can't afford it". Many prebuilt systems cost a crazy amount of cash and you really are just paying for the name and looks, not what's actually inside the computer. CyberPower wants to change that with their Gamer Xtreme XT system. For $1599 you get a gaming system that will play every game available and looks great too. Did I mention you get a 30-day money back guarantee and a 3 year labor and 1 year parts warranty? Let's see if this system is worth the $1599 price tag.

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