I’ve taken a look at the Seagate BlackArmor series of external drives and NAS boxes in the past, today for review I’ve got another of the BlackArmor series, the NAS110. This one is a single drive NAS box that’s very easy to setup and offers all of the features of multiple drive NAS boxes. The NAS110 is aimed at those that want network storage but don’t want to spend hundreds and hundreds of dollars, it’s a a little over $200 in cost and well worth it I think. I’ve tested it out, and compared it up against a few other NAS boxes I’ve got on hand and found it to be the fastest of the bunch. So read on to learn more about a great little NAS box…
In this revision of the popular Vidabox Premium HTPC Keyboard, Vidabox has optimized for longer battery life and greater wireless range to ensure better long term usability, which makes it an outstanding HTPC keyboard. We take a closer look at this fine keyboard and show you how well it performs.
It’s been a while and a half since we last looked at a product from Ultra Products here at jonnyGURU.com, but the long wait ends now with the brand new Ultra X4 1200W unit. This is a unit intended to compete with some of the best high power units currently on the market. I intend to find out just how well this unit stacks up. Join me, won’t you?
Solid state storage drives has become the must have device inside a PC in recent months. Easily one of the biggest upgrades that you will find to increase the performance of your system. Pricing has been the reason why many of us have not jumped on the wagon. Even with the decrease in pricing lately this drive can still cost you easily $200 for a mere 64GB drive. Wintec like many other companies make a few series of drives beginning with the budget low cost models using multi-level cell (MLC) to the more expensive higher performance single-level cell or SLC. Each will give you a noiseless drive while providing you with durable and incredible read and write times that a mechanical drive cannot touch.
City of Industry, November 24, 2009 – GIGABYTE Technology CO., LTD., a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards today is pleased to introduce their latest 333 Onboard Acceleration technology featuring support for USB 3.0, Serial-ATA Revision 3.0 (6Gbps) and a 3x USB Power Boost, as well as 8+2 power phases, Ultra Durable 3 (UD3) and Easy Energy Saver (EES) on AMD 700 series chipset motherboards including the GA-790FXTA-UD5, GA-790XTA-UD4 and GA-770TA-UD3.
In August, Intel introduced a new, less expensive line of processors using LGA 1156. This family so far consists of three processors, the i7 870, i7 860, and the i5 750. The i7 8xx processor is a slightly scaled-down version of the i7 9xx, the main difference being a new memory controller that supports only dual-channel memory. But it really isn’t quite that simple, the LGA 1156 processors have taken on several tasks that were performed by the NB, allowing the motherboard chipset and hopefully the motherboards themselves to be less expensive. Today I will be looking at the entry level LGA 1156 i7, the Core i7 860. I am anxious to see the differences between it and the i7 920, which I reviewed in the early part of this year. Will this new Core i7 impress me as much as the earlier one did? Read on to see!
If you are anything like me, you see a great number of notebooks, netbooks and tablet computers come through your office. If I kept an OEM adapter around for every laptop I had ever serviced, I would have a pirate chest full of tangled booty. Thankfully we have manufacturers who provide us with a simpler solution: the Universal Adapter. Some offerings are cheap and flimsy, while others are quality hardware that make themselves invaluable tools. Today we take a look at the Cooler Master SNA95 Slim Notebook Adapter to see which of these categories it falls into.