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  1. Corsair Flash Voyager 8GB review

    Corsair Flash Voyager 8GB review

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    Fitting 8GB in a memory stick smaller than your finger is truly impressive. Internal hard drives of this size were a luxury less than 10 years ago, and here's the same capacity - running far faster - in a tiny package.

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    Babblestick review

    Babblestick review

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    We've been wholeheartedly impressed by the rise of VoIP, and products such as the Babblestick do nothing to shake our faith.

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    Corsair Dominator PC2-8888 DDR2 review

    Corsair Dominator PC2-8888 DDR2 review

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    You have to pay through the filtrum for the highest performing components - 'twas ever thus - but how far are you willing to go?

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    Corsair Dominator PC2-8888 2GB kit review

    Corsair Dominator PC2-8888 2GB kit review

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    Memory is always changing, and it's usually led by processormanufacturers. DDR, for example, is now a dead-end technology. Thisyear's new chipsets for both AMD and Intel's platforms have seen tothat by switching to higher bandwidth DDR2 memory

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    Western Digital Passport Pocket review

    Western Digital Passport Pocket review

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    The price of standard USB memory keys may be falling, but if you need to carry large files around they simply aren't cost-effective. So you need to opt for a mini-disk-based version instead

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    PNY Attache Outdoor 2GB review

    PNY Attache Outdoor 2GB review

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    The 'Outdoor' part of this Flash drive's name is justified by the thick rubber coating. It's made for considerable wear and tear. So, to really put it to the test, we splashed it, dropped it, threw it, chewed it and it still worked perfectly well.

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    Super Talent OverClock memory review

    Super Talent OverClock memory review

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    The silly-sounding Super Talent is another that uses heat-spreaders on its chips, but unlike Crucial's clip-on affairs, these use a layer of thermal paste to achieve better contact.

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    Corsair XMS2 6400C review

    Corsair XMS2 6400C review

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    Corsair is the memory you want if you're after the last drop of performance. Not only did the company set up 2GB's worth of PC2-6400 DDR2 memory to run at 1,250MHz at Comdex, it used the same DIMMs that we're using here.

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    Crucial 512MB Intel iMac RAM review

    Crucial 512MB Intel iMac RAM review

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    Apple made the Intel iMac Core Duo a fairly impregnable machine. Youcan't change any of the hardware components without voiding yourwarranty; in fact you can't really access anything without a chisel andsome wayward behaviour

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    Transcend 8GB Flash IDE review

    Transcend 8GB Flash IDE review

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    Could this be the death knell for mechanical hard disk drives? Always somewhat of an aberrant part of computer systems, it's the only fixed component in a PC to have moving parts. As beautiful in their reflective perfection...

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    Imation Wristband Flash Drive review

    Imation Wristband Flash Drive review

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    It's not often we see manufacturers tread the peripherals-as-fetish-wear route, but that's exactly what imation has done with its rubberised wristband flash disk. As soon as we unpacked it, we were hit with the same wave of nausea...

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    Kingston 4GB DataTraveler review

    Kingston 4GB DataTraveler review

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    Kingston has a good name among Apple resellers. With this in mind we looked through the company's catalogue. This 4GB USB flash drive stood out, with its generous capacity in a small format

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    Kingston Data Traveller Elite review

    Kingston Data Traveller Elite review

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    £200? This flash drive should come with loan approval. 4GB of flash storage is not to be sniffed at, but it doesn't justify a longer review. Think of what you could use all that space for - games, music, or a complete backup of your treasured files

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    Lexar JumpDrive Lightning 1Gb review

    Lexar JumpDrive Lightning 1Gb review

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    The Lightning has an immaculate stainless steel finish, which gives it great physical strength as well as gorgeous looks. It even comes with its own polishing cloth to keep it in tip-top condition

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