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Actually, today it’s not too bad. The storms yesterday seem to have washed everything clean, and although the humidity is pretty brutal the actual temperature isn’t that bad. We got lucky…cities not too far to the South were hit really hard, with three different lines of thunderstorms and (at last count) three confirmed tornadoes. I looked out into my yard this morning, and the “damage” consists of a couple of small tree branches and a bunch of leaves. Hopefully the damage other places wasn’t too bad, and everyone is able to get back to normal soon!

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Futurelooks gets us going with the Cooler Master HAF X Full-Tower Enclosure

XSReviews counters with the Antec DF-85

ThinkComputers makes it a threesome with the IN WIN Griffin Case

TrustedReviews gives a listen to the Philips Fidelio Docking Speaker DS9000/10

bit-tech beats the heat with the Hailea HC-500A Water Chiller

TechRadar goes mobile with the Windows Phone 7

TweakTown focuses on the ViewSonic PJD6251 Projector

Bjorn3D weighs in on the Gigabyte GTX 465 1GB (GV-N465UD-1GI)

KitGuru takes on Limbo (Xbox 360)

Hardware Canucks takes a look at the EVGA GTX 460 1GB Superclocked EE (External Exhaust)

CDRLabs hooks up with the Seagate 2TB FreeAgent GoFlex Desk External Hard Drive

CDRinfo shares its thoughts on the OCZ Agility2 60GB SSD

TechReviewSource spends some time with the Canon Pixma MX870

BCC Hardware announces its Weekly Tech Update 1 Year Anniversary Contest Begins

And to finish us off, TechwareLabs goes inside the M-Edge Guardian Kindle Case

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Beth spends much of her time in and around the entertainment industry as well as gathering affiliate news to post here at MEGATechNews. She cannot resist bizarre gadgets, especially those for the kitchen or office.

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