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Linksys WUSBF54G

Linksys’ inelegantly named WUSBF54G is not just an 802.11b/g network adapter, it’s also a handy Wi-Fi finder. It’s just the ticket for frequent travelers, especially those with laptops predating 802.11g.

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Hitachi Notebook Upgrade Kit

Every notebook user has confronted capacity issues at some point: The dinky 20GB or 40GB drive that seemed big enough when you bought your laptop fills up, and you need more storage. You could buy an external USB/FireWire drive, but then you’d have to lug it around with you. Or you could upgrade the internal hard drive in your notebook, but what would you do with the old drive?

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WD Raptor X

Like a real-life raptor chasing down a tasty treat, the Western Digital Raptor blazes through benchmark records.

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Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000

Finding the perfect keyboard can be tricky, especially if you prefer the split “ergo” design to the traditional style—as the options for the former have become increasingly limited in recent years. Fortunately, we’ve long been able to count on Microsoft’s Natural Keyboard Pro, finding its combination of split design, traditional key layout, and integrated USB 1.0 ports superior to all others. Now it seems Microsoft’s Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 could finally replace the aged Natural Pro as our split-keyboard of choice.

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The Matrix: Path of Neo

The enlightened path is fraught with danger, enemies, and the occasional pile of dog crap.

Need for Speed: Most Wanted

Flip the coppers the bird in the complete rehaul of the Most Wanted franchise.

City of Villains

Just two years ago you donned your sparkling tights; now put on your cowl and cloak as a villain in Paragon City.

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Konica Minolta Dimage X1

The X1 makes it clear that Konica is well aware of our penchant to gravitate toward, hold, and purchase shiny objects. However, unless you care little about performance and getting the highest-quality images possible for your dollar, there are better options available.

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M-Audio StudioPro 3

A lack of low frequency fortitude puts M-Audio's new 2.1 system in a 'sub' par category.