Anyone using a modern wireless router may want to pay attention to this article since there has been a major flaw discovered in the WI-FI Protected Setup (WPS) protocol that a lot of modern wireless routers have enabled by default.

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First a big thank you to Hauppauge for providing the WinTV HVR 2250 Media Center Kit for this Review.

It’s been quite some time since I reviewed a TV Tuner card, so with that in mind today I take a look at the Hauppauge WinTV HVR 2250 Media Center Kit and see what it has to offer.

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First a big thank you to Coolermaster for providing the CM Storm Inferno Gaming Mouse for this Review.

Today I take a look at the best programmable gaming mouse that I’ve Reviewed to date, the Coolermaster CM Storm Inferno Gaming Mouse.

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Well here we go again, another article on yet another defective product that I purchased a while ago. Today I talk about the Vizio VA370M LCD TV and why I will not buy another Vizio TV for as long as I live or deal with the store TigerDirect ever again.

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First a big thank you to Logitech for providing the Logitech Z520 Speakers for this Review.

It’s been a while now since I reviewed a set of speakers, so with that in mind, today I take a look at the Logitech Z520 Speakers and see what they have to offer.

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First a big thank you to Thermaltake for providing the BlacX Duet Docking Station for this Review.

A while ago I had the chance to Review the BlacX hard drive dock and was pretty impressed with it, today I take a look at the BlacX Duet hard drive dock and see what it has to offer over the BlacX.

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First a big thanks to Arctic Cooling for providing the K381 Keyboard for this Review.

It’s been a while now since I did a Review on a keyboard, so today I take a look at the Arctic Cooling K381 Keyboard to see what it has to offer.

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First a big thanks to Barracuda Networks for providing the Barracuda Ethernet Tap for this Review.

For quite some time I have always wanted a packet sniffing system that I could power up at a moment’s notice and have it show me what’s going on from a packet point of view with the traffic going from my network to the internet. The two pieces of the puzzle I needed to do this were a laptop that could run Wireshark and an Ethernet Tap device that would go between my modem and my router and allow me to use the laptop connected to the Ethernet Tap running Wireshark to inspect all the packets. The laptop I already had however, the Ethernet Tap I didn’t have until I run across the Barracuda Ethernet Tap from Barracuda Networks and they were nice enough to provide one for this Review. Now let’s have a look at what all you can do with a system like this.

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First a big thanks to Thermaltake for providing the TMG IA1 CPU Cooler for this Review.

The last CPU Cooler Review I done was when I took the stock CPU Cooler off my Intel based X6800 and replaced it with the Thermaltake SpinQ. Since the SpinQ is still in use on my main machine I figured I may as well put this new Thermaltake TMG IA1 on my second computer that runs an AMD 64 X2 4800 CPU and see how much better it is over the stock AMD CPU Cooler.

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First a big thanks to Thermaltake for providing the Element V Full Tower Computer Case for this Review.

The last full tower computer case review I done was quite a while ago now and so today, I’m quite excited to finally get my hands on the Element V full Tower computer case from Thermaltake to see what it has to offer.

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First a big thank you to Logitech for providing the Logitech Z323 2.1 Speakers for this Review.

Today I get a chance to look at the Logitech Z323 2.1 Speakers and see how good they are for my newly acquired laptop computer.

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See the Video version of this Review here..

First a big thank you to Microsoft for providing the SideWinder X8 Wireless Gaming Mouse for this Review.

It’s been quite some time since I did a gaming mouse review, so today I figured it was time to take a look at Microsoft’s latest wireless gaming mouse the SideWinder X8 and see what it has to offer.

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See the Video version of this Review here..

After using the Logitech G13 for about 9 months now, I finally give the verdict on whether or not it will replace my old trusty Belkin N50 Speedpad that I have been using for years.

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First a big thank you to Thermaltake for providing the BlacX Docking Station for this Review.

Today I get a chance to look at what might be the best external drive setup up I have seen to date.

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The picture above is the last thing you want to see on your Xbox360 console after spending a few hundred dollars on one.

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After reviewing several different mice on this web site, today I figured I would take a look at the Logitech Cordless Optical Trackman and see how this trackball stacks up in terms of features to the mice I have reviewed in the past.

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First a big thank you to BenQ for providing the Joybee GP1 Projector for this Review. Here is a short Youtube Video from BenQ on GP1 as well.

It’s not too often I get to use the term “big things come in small packages” however, today I get a chance to look at a projector that despite its small size packs a lot of features into a projector that can easily sit in the palm of your hand.

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First a big thank you to Thermaltake for providing the Thermaltake SpinQ cpu Cooler for this Review.

I have to say when I opened the box for this SpinQ cpu cooler I was amazed at the size of the of this thing. The next thing that got my attention was the chrome finish and the fact this thing looked like it come off a Harley. The big question on my mind though was, is the SpinQ all looks or is there some good performance there as well? This is what I’m about to answer.

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First a big thank you to Thermaltake for providing the M9 Mid Tower Computer Case for this Review.

It’s been a while now since I looked at a new computer case and today I get the chance to look at a Mid Tower case from Thermaltake called the M9.

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First a big thank you to Microsoft for providing the Microsoft Lifecam VX 7000 webcam for this Review.

After doing the Review of the Logitech Quickcam Pro 9000 I figured I would also take a look at the best webcam that Microsoft had to offer and see how it stacks up.

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