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Sometimes all it takes is a little time alone (or at least knowing you’re going to get some) to turn everything completely around. I am currently counting down the hours until my house is empty, because boy do I have plans! I’m going to turn up the music as loud as I want, sing along if I want, NOT turn on the TV, and quite possibly even read a book without anyone interrupting me 42 times to comment or ask my opinion on a TV commercial I wasn’t paying attention to because I was immersed in a book. And then…carbs for dinner. Lots and lots of carbs. I’ve got a recipe for sour cream and cheddar scrambled eggs I’ve been dying to try, as well as from-scratch pancakes, toast and bacon. On top of all that, I woke up in a fabulous mood because we had a killer thunderstorm roll through here last night, so in all it’s shaping up to be a pretty darn fine Tuesday!
Futurelooks starts us off with AMD’s “Virgo” Platform – A Guide to Socket FM2, Trinity, and What We Know So Far
TrustedReviews spends some time with the iPod nano 7th generation (2012)
Legit Reviews submits a double: IDF 2012: The Intel Next Unit of Computing – NUC and IDF 2012: Intel Wireless Charging Technology
TestFreaks gets into the Crumpler CC 55 Digital Compact Camera Case
Technic3D tests out the Shuttle XPC SX79R5 and SZ77R5 Barebones
eTeknix takes on Sleeping Dogs PC
KitGuru goes inside the Fractal Design Define R4 Case
techREACTION checks out the Thermaltake MAX-1542 HDD Canister
HotHardware presents iPhone 5 vs iPhone 4: Did Apple Deliver A Worthy Upgrade?
The SSD Review announces its Mega SSD Giveaway Week 3 – Crucial M4 256GB mSATA SATA 3 SSD
Real World Labs shares its thoughts on the Corsair Neutron RAID SSD
Hi Tech Legion takes a look at the Sapphire Radeon HD 7770 Flex Edition
Hardware Canucks tries on a Corsair Vengeance 2000 Wireless 7.1 Gaming Headset
MadShrimps explores the Giada Mini PC i35G
To close out this selection, TweakTown examines the In-Win GreenMe 750-watt 80 PLUS Bronze Power Supply