5 Ways To Use Microsoft OneNote On Windows Phone 8 and more
Posted on: 11/02/2013 10:17 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles, including 5 Ways To Use Microsoft OneNote On Windows Phone 8, Adventures in left-handed mousing, Desktop CPU Comparison Guide Rev. 13.9, TR's fall 2013 system guide, and The Linux display saga

5 Ways To Use Microsoft OneNote On Windows Phone 8 @ MakeUseOf
Among the free Microsoft Office Mobile apps on a Windows Phone 8 device is a version of OneNote, the remarkably versatile and Evernote-rivaling note-taking tool that can handle voice transcription and sync notes across other devices among other things! Back in 2010, when Windows Phone was first unveiled, an advertising campaign soon followed which demonstrated mobile OneNote?s sync capabilities. These are only the tip of the iceberg of what can be achieved with this flexible little app.


Read more: 5 Ways To Use Microsoft OneNote On Windows Phone 8 @ MakeUseOf

Genius GX Manticore Gaming Keyboard @ Modders-Inc
The mythical Manticore title might be the perfect name for the latest keyboard offering from Genius GX Gaming line as it is exotic yet familiar at the same time. It is made up of several features that users have come to expect from a high-end gaming oriented input device but it is half the price of top shelf gaming keyboards offered by its competitors.


Read more: Genius GX Manticore Gaming Keyboard @ Modders-Inc

Adventures in left-handed mousing @ The Tech Report
In his latest blog post, TR's Geoff Gasior experiments with left-handed mousing in a bid to relieve RSI pain. Switching hands works, sort of, but dual wielding turns out to be a better approach.


Read more: Adventures in left-handed mousing @ The Tech Report

Desktop CPU Comparison Guide Rev. 13.9 @ Tech ARP
There are so many CPU models that it has become quite impossible to keep up with the different models or even remember their specifications.

Therefore, we decided to compile this guide to provide an easy reference for those who are interested in comparing the specifications of the various desktop CPUs in the market, as well as those already obsolescent or obsolete.

Currently covering *938 desktop CPUs*, this comprehensive comparison will allow you to easily compare *up to 19 different specifications* for each and every CPU.

Here's the latest update in Revision 13.9 :

*- Updated the Voltage, Maximum Current and Maximum Temperature
specifications of the Intel Core i7-4900 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage, Maximum Current and Maximum Temperature
specifications of the Intel Core i7-4800 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel Core
i7-4700 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel Core
i5-4600 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel Core
i5-4500 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel Core
i5-4400 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel Core
i3-4300 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel Core
i3-4100 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel Core
i7-3900 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel Core
i7-3800 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel Core
i7-3700 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel Core
i5-3500 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel Core
i5-3400 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel Core
i5-3300 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel Core
i3-3200 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel
Pentium G2100 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel
Pentium G2000 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel Core
i7-2600 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel Core
i5-2500 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel Core
i5-2400 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel Core
i5-2300 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel Core
i3-2100 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel
Pentium G800 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel
Pentium G600 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel
Pentium G500 family of processors.
- Updated the Voltage and Maximum Current specifications of the Intel
Pentium G400 family of processors.*


Read more: Desktop CPU Comparison Guide Rev. 13.9 @ Tech ARP

Beyond: Two Souls Video Review with Kaeyi Dream @ HardwareHeaven.com
Kaeyi Dream reviews Beyond: Two Souls, interactive drama action-adventure game for the PlayStation 3 from Quantic Dream.


Read more: Beyond: Two Souls Video Review with Kaeyi Dream @ HardwareHeaven.com

SilverStone Tundra SST-TD02 All-In-One Liquid CPU Cooler Review @ Benchmark Reviews
Rounding out the Tundra series, the TD02 is SilverStone’s answer to the top performing closed-loop liquid coolers. Sporting the same patented fin design of the TD03 with claims of 40% higher cooling efficiency, new 120mm fans on a 240mm long, 45mm thick radiator and a custom water block, the SilverStone Tundra SST-TD02 All-In-One Liquid CPU Cooler that Benchmark Reviews has received for testing has huge potential. In fact, after the surprising performance of the 120mm push/pull TD03, SilverStone Technology, Co., Ltd. sent out the larger TD02 to go toe-to-toe with the reigning champ of the coolers I’ve tested so far: the Swiftech H220. Can the TD02 take the top spot? Only one way to find out…


Read more: SilverStone Tundra SST-TD02 All-In-One Liquid CPU Cooler Review @ Benchmark Reviews

Mesh Elite 4770K Gamer System Review @ KitGuru
Today we are taking a look at the Mesh Elite 4770K Gamer system. Equipped with an Intel Core i7-4770K clocked at 4.4GHz, an MSI Geforce GTX 770 and Samsung 840 Pro solid state drive, this system looks set to power through any games you could throw at it. With a price tag of £1499 the Elite 4770K is a serious investment, but is it worth the money?


Read more: Mesh Elite 4770K Gamer System Review @ KitGuru

TR's fall 2013 system guide @ The Tech Report
We've updated our four staple builds to account for all of the latest hardware releases, including the arrival of new graphics cards from AMD and Nvidia.


Read more: TR's fall 2013 system guide @ The Tech Report

Toshiba Q Series Pro SSD Review (256GB) Toshiba Pushes The SSD Price Bar Even Lower @ The SSD Review
The importance of Toshiba in the flash industry cannot be overstated. Toshiba is not only one of the world's largest flash suppliers, but also, they are often recognized as the prime choice when SSD manufacturers are making quality SSDs. Some SSD manufacturers refuse to use anything nut Toshiba NAND flash memory in their SSDs. So where has Toshiba been as a SSD manufacturer? It is no secret that Toshiba was late from the gate in the SSD race right off, but really, why has Toshiba taken so long to mature with respect to both client and consumer SSDs?


Read more: Toshiba Q Series Pro SSD Review (256GB) Toshiba Pushes The SSD Price Bar Even Lower @ The SSD Review

Deepcool Gamer Storm Assassin @ techPowerUp
The Gamer Storm Assassin from Deepcool looks to be a beast in its own right. Weighing in at a massive 1378 g, this dual tower design seeks to silently dispatch the competition. With its unique appearance and near silent operation, the Assassin may very well succeed.


Read more: Deepcool Gamer Storm Assassin @ techPowerUp

GELID Solutions The Black Edition @ LanOC Reviews
Today we are back again with another multi-heatpipe CPU cooler, this time from one of the larger names in performance cooling. Gelid Solutions has been around since 2008 and have proven themselves to be manufactures of quality cooling products and accessories. Slated for the test bench is The Black Edition, a seven heatpipe air cooler that promises both quiet operation and high end performance. Will this cooler be able to stand up to our tests and impress or be relegated to the bottom self and forgotten? Let’s find out.


Read more: GELID Solutions The Black Edition @ LanOC Reviews

Gigabyte Z87 Haswell Motherboard Round-Up @ HotHardware.com
Today we take a look at Gigabyte's take on Intel's latest chipset that supports 4th generation Core Series Haswell processors, the Z87 Express. Gigabyte sent us a sampling of three motherboards that offer a broad overview of the options in the company's current Haswell-compatible motherboard line up: the solid and affordable Z87X-UD4H, their G1.Sniper5 gaming beast, and the Z87X-OC Force flagship overclocking board.


Read more: Gigabyte Z87 Haswell Motherboard Round-Up @ HotHardware.com

High Altitude Balloon Project @ PC Review
PC Review have launched a high altitude balloon to around 100,00ft with the objective of capturing some HD video and pictures from the edge of space. We've also sent up two Lego astronauts, one of which made a cameo spacewalk, as you'll be able to see in the video!

"The aim of this first launch was to test a low-cost design, using only off-the-shelf components, from which we could obtain HD video of near-space. Our overall budget was just over £300, which included some re-usable items such as a video camera and phone. Our equipment broadly consisted of a latex high altitude weather balloon, parachute and a payload containing a small camera, smart phone and a chemical hand warmer to keep the electronics working at low operating temperatures. It's probably as simple as a payload could be but if everything went to plan then we would be able to achieve some fantastic footage. We're also sending two Lego astronauts along for the ride!"


Read more: High Altitude Balloon Project @ PC Review

The Linux display saga @ Netrunner Mag
My latest Netrunner Magazine article: Wayland, Mir, drama, who will win? Let's try to sort this thing in a friendly, amicably manner. Back to back, twenty paces, draw pistols, fire. Nah, just kidding. Amicably, we said. Dedoimedo's thoughts on the future X stack. Do read.


Read more: The Linux display saga @ Netrunner Mag



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