"Today I’ve got a brief review for you of a rather small product from Verbatim called the Pocket Card Reader. It’s just like it sounds, it’s a small and portable card reader that you can take with you on the go. Yes it’s a simple and very basic product but these days you need a card reader that can handle many formats and the Pocket Reader can read most everything except compact flash I think. The reader has a built-in USB cable so you won’t have to worry about carrying one with you, and best of all it’s inexpensive at around $15. "
Here’s a contest for you to win some stuff!
Happy New Year everyone! To celebrate the holidays and welcome Thecus’s new mascot, NAStty the NAS, into the world, Thecus is throwing a Facebook competition giving away NAStty flash drives and Thecus gear. Just fill in your own (funny!) caption for the pic to be entered to win one of four prizes!
1. “LIKE” Thecus’s Facebook page by pressing “Like” button below or going directly to Thecus’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/Thecus
2. Submit your own caption to the picture below and SHARE with friends!!!
3. Enter competition to win all theses awesome prizes based on:
Terms and conditions:
1. This event starts on December 22, 2011 and ends on January 31, 2012, 00:00 (GMT +8);
2. All users around the world can participate;
3. Winners in the “best comment” category are determined by Thecus team;
4. Winners will be announced within 3 days after event ends;
5. Winners will be contacted by Thecus within 3 days after event ends and will need to provide their correct shipping information within the following 3 days.
Visit the competition’s page to enter and win!
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" Today for review I’ve got another PC case, it’s the new on from Raidmax called the Viper. These case features three 120mm cooling fans pre-installed, along with tool-less installation for your hard drive and 5.25” bays. The case also features fold out handles on the side panels for easy removal and holes already there for your water cooling setup if that’s what you’re running. The case is a bit small, but it looks good and it’s well made. I’ve put a system into it so read on to see how it worked out…"