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Raymond Weil Men's Maestro Automatic Watch for $458 + free shipping

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Ashford offers the Raymond Weil Men's Maestro Automatic Date Watch, model no. 2837-PC5-65001, for $747.50. Coupon code "AFFAUTO458" cuts that to $458. With free shipping, that's the lowest total price we could find by $119 and the best we've seen. Features include a rose gold PVD-coated stainless steel case, leather calf skin strap, scratch-resistant and anti-reflective sapphire crystal, see-through sapphire crystal case back, Swiss mechanical automatic movement, date display, and water resistance to 165 feet. Deal ends February 27.

Why AMD had to change the Zen name to Ryzen for its new chip architecture

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You know when AMD’s Ryzen is , how much it’ll cost, and you even have a pretty good idea of its . But you might not know why AMD dropped the original Zen name for Ryzen, so we asked. And it all begins with what AMD couldn’t do with the brand.
As John Taylor, corporate vice president of marketing for AMD, describes it, AMD was between a rock and a hard place. Mike Clark, an engineering fellow at AMD who led the Zen architecture development, had dubbed the architecture “Zen” for the balance it struck between various aspects of the design. Fans who had followed Zen’s development would buttonhole AMD execs and rave about the Zen name: “‘I love Zen...there’s something about it I’m just connecting with,’ they’d say,” Taylor said.

APC SurgeArrest review: Very near the top of the pack

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APC is a long-time maker of electronics-protecting products, including uninterruptible power supplies. Its 11-outlet SurgeArrest has excellent build quality, a good outlet layout, and nice extras that put it nearly at the top of the pack. (APC sent us the slightly older, now-discontinued PF11VNT3 for review, which has an almost identical feature set and layout. A cable organizer is no longer part of the design.)
The surge protector runs five outlets for standard 2- and 3-prong plugs down the middle, and then on either side has three outlets perpendicular to the center plugs and widely spaced. I was able to attach six power adapters of varying sizes and five plugs down in the middle with only a little cramping.

Tripp Lite TLP1208TELTV review: Its outlets are packed tight, but it does everything else right

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Tripp Lite’s 12-outlet surge protector might lack a product name—model number TLP1208TELTV doesn’t exactly roll off one’s tongue—but it has nearly everything else. It’s your best bet for a surge protector that cuts power when its internal protection is exhausted, and it offers a relatively good outlet layout.
You want a surge protector that stops letting power flow when the internal protection can’t absorb a surge if you’re in an area or on an electrical system with regular surges or electrical strikes that cause voltage spikes, and you have a high degree of concern that you might experience damage before noticing the Protected light on your surge protector has gone out. If that’s the case and you have hard disk drives (HDDs) on attached computers rather than SSDs, or other hardware that could be damaged or corrupt data if the power is cut off, consider adding an uninterruptible power supply. A UPS comes with a back-up battery that can provide power long enough for you to shut the computer down in an organized fashion.

RAVPower surge protector review: Too many unknowns for us to recommend

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We picked RAVPower's 8-outlet, 3 USB port surge protector because we liked the features it offered and we've had good experiences with some of the company's other products. Despite its high build quality, good outlet layout, and three fast-charging USB ports, a lack of detailed specifications prevents us from recommending it or giving it a good rating.
RAVPower didn’t respond to several requests for information, so we’re unable to determine several technical elements. The product appears to lack a UL Listing, a baseline testing characteristic that should be present in every electrical and electronic device. It doesn’t have a UL Listing in its molding or as an add-on label, and we were unable to find it in the UL database.

Wrist injury ruins Gareth Maybin's hopes of return

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Gareth Maybin has suffered another injury setback in his latest bid to return to competitive golf.

From: www.bbc.co.uk

Lost Quik the Thunder Rabbit Game Found for SNES!

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Quik the Thunder Rabbit is a mascot platformer released for the Amiga in 1994. But while we got one version of it on Amiga, it seems a SNES one was in development too at one point as well. And now thanks to the work of someone at Assembler Games, this previously lost title is now available to download online. So find out more about it in the article!

Top Five Short Games That You Can Finish In One Go

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FuzzyPixels: Short and sweet, that what these games are. For this week's Top Five, here are some of the finest short games that you can finish in one go.

Ramos hurting but calm after Real Madrid´s Valencia setback

Added: 23.02.2017 10:48 | 0 views | 0 comments

Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos is remaining calm after LaLiga's leaders passed up the opportunity to tighten their grip on the title race. Early goals from Simone Zaza and Fabian Orellana fired Valencia to a 2-1 win over Zinedine Zidane's men on Wednesday, with Madrid unable to muster a second-half response after Cristiano Ronaldo reduced [...]

From: www.soccernews.com

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