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Archive for November 17th, 2018

OCZ’s gaming mouse – the Equalizer 2500 dpi

[thumbright]oczmouse.jpg[/thumbright]OCZ has expanded into the peripheral market today by launching the Equalizer laser gaming mouse. It boasts a 2500 dpi laser engine, the highest currently in the market. The Equalizer features the innovative OCZ ?Triple Threat? button. Gamers can fire three times with just one click making it easier than ever to hit the target and gain a competitive advantage. This is sure to be a contreversal feature in gaming leagues. At the same time, the Triple Threat button is a useful tool in everyday computing by turning double-click operations, such as opening files and applications, into just one-touch commands. Thanks to a dual laser engine and extremely responsive sensor array, the OCZ Equalizer promotes pinpoint accuracy and precision and enhanced tracking on a wider range of surfaces, including glass tabletops. For Gamers on-the-go this is an important feature. Hopefully we’ll have one in for review soon.



AMD’s Final R600 Specification

R600 will be launched on March 30th, it will be a 700 million transistor chip.




Mr T talking I.T for Hitachi…jibba jabba

Mr T isn’t the?most obvious choice for?talking about drive virtulisation, but hell, that didn’t stop?Hitachi. As far as i can gather, this?was an internal?video just to give the engineers at Hitachi a good laugh, but now we can all enjoy?Mr ‘period’?T?once more!





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