It's difficult keeping up with the rapid changes in the technology world, and that's precisely why we bring you the HEXUS week in a review - a bite-sized snapshot of the week gone by that lets you catch up with what's new at a time that suits you.
This week, we've a myriad of interesting reviews. Up first, there's the 120GB SanDisk Extreme, which is the first SandForce-powered SSD to use 24nm Toggle Mode NAND. Is it a match made in heaven? You'll find all the answers in our in-depth review.
If you're in need of a graphics upgrade, then take a good look at the EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 448 Classified. The underlying NVIDIA architecture isn't particularly new, but recent price cuts have made this card appear interesting all over again.
We wouldn't mind the aforementioned SSD or graphics card in our own PCs, and if we had to choose a chassis to house them, we'd be leaning toward the Corsair Obsidian Series 550D. Read our in-depth review to find out exactly why, or if you'd rather pick up a turn-key system, click through to read our analysis of CyberPower's high-end Infinity Xtreme XT.
Elsewhere in the news, NVIDIA has cut pricing on its top-end GTX 500-series graphics cards, there are new drivers available for both Radeon and GeForce users, and ZOTAC has become one of the first manufacturers to adopt the latest variant of the GeForce GTX 560; the new GTX 560 SE.
High-street retailer GAME has gone up for sale as some 10,000 jobs hang in the balance, Mozilla has launched a new version of the Firefox web browser, HTC's new top-of-the-range smartphones are being tipped for an early-April release, and Blizzard has confirmed that the wait is nearly over by issuing a May 15 launch date for the long-awaited Diablo III.
On top of all that, there's still time to enter our Chillblast competition - we're giving away a complete HTPC - and we've also teamed up with Iiyama to give you the chance to win a 24in multi-touch monitor!