Starting off our weekly roundup are two quite different reviews. Corsair, initially synonymous with system memory, has branched out into all manner of PC equipment. We took at a look at the colour-coordinated Air Series fans earlier in the week.
Memory cards come in all shapes, sizes and speeds. ADATA's breaking speed records with its Premier Pro SDHC 32GB card. Laced with the potential promise of 95MB/s read and 45MB/s write, those deep of pocket and short of patience may care to take a look.
Remember Iiyama? The monitor company arguably produced the best-quality CRT screens 15 years ago; I have fond memories of the 19in VisionMaster Pro 450. Times have changed and Iiyama aims to keep up with the release of the gamer-focussed ProLite G2773HS, boasting a 1ms response time and 120Hz panel.
Chassis manufacturers tend to cut costs by using SECC (steel) chassis. Steel is a vulgar word for Lian Li, who continues to use premium-grade aluminium for its cases. The PC-V700 is the firm's smallest ATX-housing enclosure, but is it worth £180?
Got a bunch of Internet-connected appliances and don't want unsightly cables running through the house? Help is at hand with Powerline technology, and Netgear's Nano pair offer big performance in a small, tidy package.
Changing gears, we let HEXUS.community member Ferral loose with TERA, the hit MMORPG game. After countless hours of slaying, chopping, and exploring, read his take here.
In other news, HTC promises a performance smackdown with an as-yet-unreleased handset; Social news-aggregation site Digg is sold for a paltry sum; Patriot plays both sides and launches Intel Extreme Masters memory; the OUYA games console project raises lots of cash on Kickstarter; we look at AMD and Intel's divergent fortunes; and the rumour mill goes into overdrive with whisperings of an AMD Radeon HD 7950 GHz Edition graphics card.
And, whatever you do, don't forget to enter our super competitions. There's still a chance you could win one of five unreleased, top-of-the-range Corsair AX1200i 'Digital' PSUs or, for that matter, one of four Silver Power supplies. Good luck, everyone.