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Hardware Home Theater PC

A ‘Not So Large’ Review: Logitech K400 Wireless Keyboard/Touchpad

You might have seen my previous post referencing my desire for a new HTPC input device and how it might have been the Koribo. Well, I finally found a keyboard/pointing device combo that struck my fancy in the Logitech K400. In fact the K400 even looks like a pared down version of the Koribo. I […]

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Growing pains

I am poking at this thing again after another long hiatus. Some things might be broken for a while as I had to get creative to update all my back end while keeping things as intact as possible.

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Hardware Home Theater PC

Koribo. I might have found my HTPC input device, but there’s a catch.

PC Perspective posted a link to a review at NeoSeeker of a few of Koribo’s products that intrigued me greatly. 

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UPDATE: Repaired TriTrix Post

I finally got around to repairing damage left by un-updated gallery plug-ins and added a few Flexi-stand centric pics as well. The post can be found HERE.

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Gaming Hardware PC

GTX 470…getting with the times

My only Black Friday purchase was picking up one of these from NewEgg for less than a 1GB GTX 460. Got it installed in my i7 rig and it is blowing away my entire collection. I also picked up a cache of games from Steam for a steal including Metro 2033 and Dirt2. Haven’t download […]

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DIY Hardware PC Software

DIY Virtual Router & Server

My foray into the world of custom routers and virtualization.

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Long time no post

I haven’t posted in a while due to the lack of much to post about and work being rather draining as of late. But as a sign of things to come, I am posting this from my new Nexus One. Yes, I was so intrigued by my Archos 5 that I decided to finally plunge […]

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Gaming PC Software

Money for nothin’…Micro-Transactions come to WoW

As you may or may not be aware of, Blizzard, the creators of World of Warcraft, have recently made available an in-game mount in the form of the Celestial Steed for the real world price of $25. This practice of charging real money for benefit in a virtual sense has become known as a “micro […]

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Hardware PC

ASUS, my hero.

PC Perspective recently had a post about ASUS’s forthcoming ATI Radeon 5870 based ARES cards. And I am excited! Where the 5970 is essentially two 5850’s on one card, the ARES is two overclocked 5870’s on one card. WANT!

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New Build Status: Pending…

I received all the components for my new build on Friday