Apple iPad 64 GB Wi-Fi + 3G Review: Revolution Again

Long ago, there was a time when 64 KB memory architecture was king and when analog computers were hailed as the premiere of the league. Innovations, however, remain endless in this industry. The Apple iPad is simply the culmination of a group of genius’ that took the ARM architecture and infused it with the SoC (system on chip) technique to deliver an experience that is new, exciting, and undeniably fresh. With a strong suite of products to fit anyone and everyone, and incredible developer support of tools and new innovation each and every day, the Apple iPad 64 GB shows us that it is okay to no longer need our laptops. The compendium of laptop dwellers no longer have to feel boiling heat on the steeps of their laps to feel like they accomplished something. The Apple iPad 64 GB is a device that is simply unheralded in both applicability, design, and most of all usability.

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Posted By: Usman Ihtsham
ON Sunday, August 1st, 2010
10:45 AM



Madcatz Xbox 360 Transport Bag Review – Durable Steel

Xbox 360 Transport Case Review

For those of us who like to take our Xbox 360 to our friend’s house or other social gatherings, Madcatz has made a wonderful carrier for the Xbox 360. Finding a way to transport consoles around has always been a challenge. To have the complete security of your $400.00 console, Madcatz has created an amazing transport system that is durable, dependable and moreover incredible.

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Posted By: Usman Ihtsham
ON Friday, July 10th, 2009
9:57 AM



Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 6000 Review: Exquisite Taste

Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 6000 Review

A keyboard is something that often gets overlooked. Day by day, people continue to use their PCs for hardcore reasons or soft-core ones, while completely ignoring the true need: a comfortable and finally revolutionary keyboard that provides great support. The Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 6000 abates the serious acerbic strokes caused by low-end keyboards that are far from few. By providing a sleek ergonomic design, intuitive controls, and increased productivity, the Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 6000 exemplifies a perfect value for every dollar spent on a keyboard. This keyboard is the one to get if seeking a new keyboard in the vast wilderness of the technological ocean.

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Posted By: Usman Ihtsham
ON Thursday, May 14th, 2009
9:25 PM



Microsoft Explorer Mouse Review: Stupendous

Microsoft Explorer Mouse Review

Microsoft’s Explorer Mouse is simply the best mouse you can get right now on the market. It is stunning, vibrant, and innovative through the core features that Microsoft implements in their new line of Hardware Anywhere products. The Explorer Mouse  gives you flexibility, by way of its proprietary BlueTrack sensor.

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Posted By: Usman Ihtsham
ON Sunday, May 10th, 2009
8:52 PM



ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2 Exclusive Review: Overstrides

Back when we did our review on the Crossfire 4870’s, we were left utterly impressed by the sheer amount of productivity and results that provided for an effulgence of gaming pleasure over even the latest of the Nvidia offering of the GTX 280’s and GTX 260’s with value of power and price. It seems AMD is setting the barriers this generation, and trying to cross them over and over again. With the introduction of the HD 4850 1GB and HD 4870 1GB, AMD had amped up the offering for the initial consumer price point models. Now, they’ve just broken their own barrier with the latest innovation of the ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2 series. As the first consumer graphics card with 2 GB of memory, and the first card to implement a 512bit GDDR5 memory architecture through the inordinate amount of pixel pipelines, the ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2 graphics card stoically dominates the competition in a whole new level for the enthusiast gamers.

We wanted to make something people can love, and feel secure with. – Dirk Meyer, President, AMD: Commenting to WhatIfGaming on the HD 4870 X2 card.


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Posted By: Usman Ihtsham
ON Monday, August 18th, 2008
7:30 PM

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