What is an AquaPad? It is a portable webbrowser (weren't those planned a few years ago?) that uses 802.11b. I want one for college. I think these are the perfect toy for a geek that has everything already. The price leaves something to be desired in my opinion. Here is the review at AMDZone.
Anandtech has posted their review of the MPX chipset for dual Athlon Bliss. They also said they noticed no USB problems.
Although we've seen reports contrary to this, we noticed no USB 1.1 compatibility problems with the reference Paulaner board. Using the only two ports available on the board we captured video from an Intel USB web camera while constantly using a Microsoft USB Intellimouse without any compatibility issues. While this is clearly not exhaustive testing, we thought it was worth mentioning.
I've been planning this for awhile. I have just finished the System Rig table and the pages to support it. Just goto your profile and you can add and change your system rigs. You can add a picture of your rig as well. Your system rigs will be shown in your user details.