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World of Warcraft / StarCraft II Keyboards Mice Headsets

Blizzard Entertainment, SteelSeries and Razer have partnered to develop gaming keyboards, mice, mousepads, and headsets with gamers in mind. There is a variety of products based on World of Warcraft and StarCraft II to choose from. Browse our Amazon store, and choose your preferred products.

SteelSeries 5H V2 USB Gaming Headset with Virtual Surround 7.1 Sound (Black)

Solid State Drive SSD Store

The Solid State Drives are the blazing-fastest hard drives nowadays used mainly to store the Windows 7 Operating System for faster OS loads. Most users report the Windows Experience Index for the HDD Data transfer has gone from the usual HDD 5.9 up to a blazing 7.8 out of a max of 7.9. Gorgeous fast!

A WoW player created a video to show how long it takes the SSD in the World of Warcraft load screen and how long for all players, and NPCs around your character to show up in Dalaran versus a normal Hard drive. Both videos are played side-by-side simultaneously. The SSD took 13 seconds to go past the WoW loading screen, and 5 sec to draw all players and NPCs around the character. The normal Hard drive however took 35 seconds to go past the loading screen, and 59.4 sec to draw all players and NPCs. Pretty good performance from the SSD drive.

Hard Drives Store

Computer builders usually buy a smaller hard drive for the Operating System with high spindle speed (10,000 RPM), and a 1 TB (Terabyte) hard disk for storing photos, software, video and other stuff. Tip: Some people prefer the Western Digital 150 GB VelociRaptor SATA 10,000 RPM for Windows 7 Operating System. Some people like a Seagate Savvio 10K.3 300 GB 10000RPM 6-Gb/S SAS 16MB Cache (more expensive in the $230s), and others prefer the even more expensive and faster non-spindle SSD drives for Windows 7 Operating System. Use the horizontal/vertical scrollbar and type the brand or model in the store search box.

Computer RAM Memory Store

RAM Memory is tricky to pick. Read the description and specifications cautiously. Make sure the RAM Memory is compatible with your motherboard model and processor. Tip: Most computer enthusiasts who build their own computer usually buy Corsair Dominator Dual-Channel DDR3 RAM memory. Use the search box to find your favorite brand. Use the horizontal and vertiacal scrollbar if needed.

Computer Widescreen Monitors and Displays Store

If you’re considering a new widescreen monitor, you should think about something that delivers images in dazzling HD quality and has features that bring you photos the way they were meant to be seen and video games how they were meant to be played. Use the search box to look for your favorite brand (i.e. type: LG)

Apple iMac and Apple Mac Pro Store

iMac: The ultimate all-in-one. Turbocharged. The new iMac is the ultimate all-in-one computer. Its Intel Core i3 processor feature an advanced architecture and set new benchmarks for iMac performance. And fast discrete graphics processors now come standard in every iMac. The 21.5-inch widescreen displays is perfect for HD video, and the Apple Wireless Keyboard and Magic Mouse keep your desktop tidy.

Mac Pro: Thanks to the next-generation Quad-Core Intel Xeon “Nehalem” processors and new system architecture, the Mac Pro now delivers performance thatʼs nearly twice as fast as before.(1) Each processor features an integrated memory controller and 8MB of fully shared L3 cache. With blazing-fast 1066MHz DDR3 ECC SDRAM, high-performance graphics, a redesigned interior for easier expansion, itʼs the most advanced Mac Pro ever. (1)Testing conducted by Apple in February 2009 using preproduction Mac Pro 8-core 2.93GHz units and shipping Mac Pro 8-core 3.2GHz units. Specifications may vary by model. Browse each model to learn more.

Apple MacBook Pro Store

The latest Apple MacBook Pro notebooks have several major new features: Intel Core i5 and i7 Processors with Turbo Boost Technology, Thunderbolt the next generation of I/O, new AMD Radeon Graphics, and FaceTime HD camera.

The 15- and 17-inch MacBook Pro now feature quad-core Intel Core i7 processors. And the 13-inch models jump to dual-core Intel Core i5 and i7 processors. New Thunderbolt technology lets you connect high-performance peripherals and high-resolution displays to one port – with data transfer rates up to 10 Gbps.

Thunderbolt is based on two fundamental technologies: PCI Express and DisplayPort. And because Thunderbolt is based on DisplayPort technology, the video standard for high-resolution displays, any Mini DisplayPort display plugs right into the Thunderbolt port. To connect a DisplayPort, DVI, HDMI, or VGA display, just use an existing optional adapter. AMD Radeon graphics on the 15- and 17-inch MacBook Pro are up to 3x faster than those in previous models, so you can take everything from games to CAD to HD video projects anywhere.

FaceTime makes full-screen HD video calls that are astonishingly crisp. And thanks to the new widescreen format, you can get your friends in the picture, too. And with Mac OS X Snow Leopard and iLife ’11, you’re sure to get a great Mac notebook – all in a precision aluminum unibody enclosure that’s less than an inch thin.

LED-backlit glossy widescreen display, Intel HD Graphics 3000 processor and AMD Radeon HD 6750M (1TB GDDR5 dedicated memory) with automatic graphics switching Slot-loading 8x SuperDrive (DVD+-R DL/DVD+-RW/CD-RW) AirPort Extreme Wi-Fi Wireless (based on IEEE 802.11n specification) Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR 10/100/1000 Gigabit BASE-T Ethernet SDXC Card Slot FaceTime HD Camera Audio Stereo speakers with subwoofer, omnidirectional microphone Expansions – 2 x USB 2.0, FireWire 800, Audio line in minijack. Different Models may have different descriptions and specifications. Click each model for more details and order.

EVGA GeForce GTX Video Cards Store

Buy the latest EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX Video Cards and ATI Video Cards for awesome gameplay experience in World of Warcraft, StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, Diablo III, and other graphic-intense games like Crysis 2, Call of Duty: Black Ops and more.

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