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Asus P5G41C-M LX Socket 775 uATX Motherboard with DDR2 and DDR3

In a previous post I explained how on my main desktop system - a socket-775 Core 2 Duo E4500 system - I can only access 3.25GB out of 4GB of…

Asus P5G41C-M LX Socket 775 uATX Motherboard with DDR2 and DDR3
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I am still around and the online gadgets continue to accumulate, with over 60 reviews pending. I have been distracted by outside business and other affairs. These aren't going to…

Dentek Dental Pick and Scaler Removes Stains on Teeth

The Dentek Dental Pick and Scaler is a set of dental tools consisting of a dental scaler for removing stains, plaque and tartar and a dental pick for removing food…

Dentek Dental Pick and Scaler Removes Stains on Teeth
Rotating Mop Helps People Who Hate Getting Their Hands Dirty

This rotating mop has a circular head and comes with a special bucket that contains a pedal-powered rotating basket. When you need to dry the mop, you stick the bottom…

Rotating Mop Helps People Who Hate Getting Their Hands Dirty
ASIX AX88178 USB 2.0 to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter

The easiest way to add high speed Gigabit Ethernet networking to a Laptop, Netbook, Media Centre PC or Desktop PC is with a USB Gigabit Ethernet adapter.

All USB Gigabit Ethernet adapters…

ASIX AX88178 USB 2.0 to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter
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Sandisk Extreme III SDHC card Transfers at 30MB/s

Written by Vlad on August 10, 2010 – 3:04 pm - 1,289 views

The Sandisk Extreme 30MB/s SDHC cards are currently the fastest Class 10 SD cards on the market, with a maximum read and write speed of 30MB/s. This makes them ideal for speeding up your computer with Windows 7 ReadyBoost and for speeding up your digital camera when taking continuous shots or transferring pics to and from your computer.

Why I bought the Sandisk Extreme 30MB/s SDHC card

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