bit-tech.net

On our desk this week

Comments 1 to 13 of 13

Reply
fishthecat 22nd August 2005, 16:11 Quote
Quote:
This card comes in at , which is fairly hefty as far as tuners go.
Needs the price including ^.
The_Pope 22nd August 2005, 16:28 Quote
fixed
lepre 22nd August 2005, 16:34 Quote
gamers don't look at the keys but see the keyboard position is very important. i always keep a light on for that reason :)
fishthecat 22nd August 2005, 16:36 Quote
For my digi-cam's TFT, I used some generic PDA protector plastic and cut it to size.
You get 3 sheets that fit 5" screens (max) for £4 from Jessops
You could mod your own with a funky edge or something.
rupbert 22nd August 2005, 17:32 Quote
I like the new article format :)
RTT 22nd August 2005, 17:51 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by fishthecat
For my digi-cam's TFT, I used some generic PDA protector plastic and cut it to size.
You get 3 sheets that fit 5" screens (max) for £4 from Jessops
You could mod your own with a funky edge or something.

Cool tip, I think i'll do that actually ;)
cpemma 22nd August 2005, 20:14 Quote
Quote:
We see lots of great stuff that we don't always think requires pages and pages of in-depth review...
I'll be happy to road-test that psu for you, and I'll agree to not write an in-depth review.

Good idea if the stuff's new in the shops.
NuTech 23rd August 2005, 10:20 Quote
I thought this article was great, liked the layout too. It's a real nice light-read, especially when compared to Bit-Tech's more 'intense' features *cough*Tim*cough*. ;)

Also, Tagan owns you some money. I'm just about to order that PSU. :D
x-rae 25th August 2005, 22:34 Quote
i love the look of the Icy Box 2, any place to find this state side?
Who_me_33 26th August 2005, 06:22 Quote
I like the new article layout, just a nice short overview of stuff, that doesnt really need a full review. Also a nice light read.

EDIT: Apple's range of PowerBooks have backlit keyboards so that you can work in low-ligh, but there's more of an application for this - you can take your laptop into bed, or work on a train or plane. But a desktop? I'm not sure I get it.

Should it be light?
Da Dego 26th August 2005, 21:55 Quote
I am a fan of this. Great way to do new, small kit. But, guys, please see my post in the feedback section, as this has reminded me of an idea.
Kameleon 27th August 2005, 03:25 Quote
Are all the cables on the Tagan braided, or is it just the VGA/ATX/4-pin ones like on older Tagans? A pic with all the cables plugged into the PSU wouldn't go amiss, there's a dearth of info online about these so far apart from publicity shots :)
greywolf 27th August 2005, 04:40 Quote
I really liked this format. Sort of the "USA Today" version of your reviews. Lets you know the product is out there and an initial impression, giving me a spring board if i find it interesting to go find out more.

Great Idea, keep them coming!

(USA Today, for those who don't know, is a smallish (in pages) nationally distributed newspaper that provides short quick articles, rather than in depth articles. Other than one or two front page stories, no articles jump to a further page. It's a quick "overview" read of the daily events)
Log in

You are not logged in, please login with your forum account below. If you don't already have an account please register to start contributing.



Discuss in the forums