RAM kit, budget PSU, all-in-one PCs, and satellite phone rebirth

If you’re looking for some good memory for a high-end system, check out the Corsair XMS3 Series PC3-16000 12GB Kit, which was reviewed at TweakTown. It received a 90 percent rating and Best Features Award for its ability to deliver 2,000MHz stock clock speed, losing that last 10 percent for limited room to overclock.

OCZ’s StealthXStream 2 600W power supply unit was tested and review at Overclockers Online. It won on many counts, with strong performance while remaining very quiet. Its main winning point was price at $45 after rebate, ensuring it won the Budget Award.

TechTree brings news of the launch of Lenovo’s IdeaCenter B300, the computer company’s latest all-in-one offering. It features a 20-inch or 21.5-inch screen and comes with a Core2 Duo processor, either built-in GMA 4500MHD graphics or a 512MB  Radeon HD5450 card, at least 2GB of DDR3 RAM, and up to 1TB of hard drive space, depending on the model. 

Dell also has a new all-in-one computer out, which Pocket-lint got its hand on. The Dell Inspiron One 23 comes with a 23-inch 1080p HD touchscreen display, Intel Core i5 processor, up to 6GB of RAM, 1TB hard drive, 1GB Radeon HD 5470 graphics card, and plenty of other useful features. To improve the Windows 7 touch experience Dell has added its Stage user interface.

The Android tablets are swarming in, with ITTechNews reporting on the launch of two new tablets from GIT Media Group. Affectionately called the Ican! 7 and Ican!10, these 7-inch and 10-inch models run Android 2.1 and tout a 1GHz processor. Both sell for under $500.

If you thought satellite phones were dead and dusted, check out the TerreStar GENUS, which just recently launched, according to HotHardware. It looks pretty snazzy, but the main feature is that it can pick up a signal from a satellite in areas where there is a weak phone signal or none at all. Chances are you’ll be willing to go without that phone call when you see the price-tag: $1,149.