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Eagle L-Series 2.5 Inch Hard Drive Enclosure

Eagle L-Series 2.5 Inch Hard Drive Enclosure

How would you support a greener world?  As a geek, we have the ability to do the most.  We come up with the technology.  We come up with the ideas.  And we know how to efficiently recycle our used hardware and electronics.  So when you upgrade the hard drive on your laptop, the best thing […]

Protect Digital Memories from Disasters

Protect Digital Memories from Disasters

Hurricane Gustav chased an estimated two million people from their homes.  Fires in Southern California and Yosemite Park areas destroyed thousands of acres and burnt hundreds of homes.  Floods in the Midwest swept into homes despite residents’ best efforts. Every day natural disasters take their financial and emotional toll. In Katrina’s Path Donna Wilsker, a […]

(Dis)Advantages of Storing on the Internet

(Dis)Advantages of Storing on the Internet

Admit it…working with/updating/using a computer is fun! Buy the system, hardware alone is just an expensive boat anchor and it’s out of date before you get home Install the OS and it comes alive…kinda. At least it will wink at you Upgrade HW (new graphics, video, audio card; more RAM; bigger/faster drive) a more expensive […]

Asetek WaterChill Kit

Asetek WaterChill Kit

      Today I’m going to be reviewing the Asetek Waterchill kit from, you guessed it, Asetek Inc. This is the full package with a nice Hydor L30 pump, a heatercore-style radiator, a sturdy acrylic reservoir, CPU, GPU, and Chipset waterblocks. I’m sure any hardcore techie has heard of this company by now. They […]

SMC 802.11g wireless network kit

SMC 802.11g wireless network kit

I recently received a total wireless networking package from SMC featuring a router, PCI card, and PCMCIA card for a laptop. SMC is a company that’s been around for a long time, but some of you may not have heard of them. That’s OK though – networking companies rarely hold the same status among modders […]