SEED MA-280 Mini-ITX Reviewed

October 18, 2009

We recently had the opportunity to take a detailed look at two Mini-ITX chassis from Lutec, a Taiwanese company which has specialized in ergonomic and space saving products for the Asian market. They are extending their SEED line to western audiences and asked us for our honest and unbiased impressions. With the review that follows, I will do my best to provide you with just such an assessment.

SEED MA-280 (vertically oriented)

We tackled the SEED MA-280 this time around. This impressively small unit has a MSRP in the neighborhood of $70/USD, which is mid-priced for a Mini-ITX nettop chassis. The focus of its design is in light desktop or multimedia use, which is apparent in its form and function.

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SEED MU-380 Mini-ITX Reviewed

October 14, 2009

We recently had the opportunity to take a detailed look at two Mini-ITX chassis from Lutec, a Taiwanese company which has specialized in ergonomic and space saving products for the Asian market. They are extending their SEED line to western audiences and asked us for our honest and unbiased impressions. With the review that follows, I will do my best to provide you with just such an assessment.

SEED MU-380 (Pictured with LITE-ON Slot Load Slim CD/DVD)

First up is the SEED MU-380. With a MSRP of around $70/USD, it is a mid-priced Mini-ITX nettop chassis aimed at light desktop or multimedia use. It comes in two varieties, the always classy black and a stylish black/silver two-tone. We received the black model, although we expect little in the way of functional differences.

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Apple re-released iTunes 8 for Windows

September 13, 2008

It appears that Apple has re-released iTunes 8 for Windows, after Vista users where complaining about continuously getting a Blue Screen Of Death after installing iTunes 8.

People who want to install the fixed version of iTunes 8, are advised to uninstall any other versions of iTunes 8 before attempting to install the new version .

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Wireless OLED TV shown off by Sony

September 11, 2008

Sony recently showed of their Wireless OLED HDTV, at the moment there isn’t any word on the official specs! It does however look pretty dam cool, doesn’t it? Even though it has integrated HDTV tuner I doubt you’d notice much difference on the 11inch screen size, oh and nearly forgot to mention its battery-powered!

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