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Kingston Releases Micro-SD Card Designed for Action Cameras

There are plenty of memory cards on the market, but it aren’t all of them that are equally suited for all tasks – much in the same way as it is with any other kind of…

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ASUS Announces Travelair AC Pocket-Sized Wireless Flash Drive

ASUS has created a few products out of their norm lately and I think it’s nice to see them breaching into new product categories, especially when they create things that aren’t all that common yet. The…

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Silicon Power Releases Impressive Superior CF 1100X

Silicon Power released a new memory card for professional video and photographers, the new Superior CF 1100X. I’ve had the pleasure to play around with some fast memory cards over the time, but I’ve personally not…

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Crucial Ballistix Elite 32GB (4x8GB) Quad Channel DDR4 Memory Kit Review

Introduction In today’s market, memory, RAM, Random Access Memory, whichever you like to call it, plays a major factor in the way we determine our computers cost effectiveness. A general PC store will tout just the…

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Boston Venom 2500-0P Gaming PC Review

Introduction Boston’s reputation is synonymous with producing some of the most reliable enterprise-grade PCs over the last 20 years and offers clients a huge array of component choices. The company’s ethos revolves around clean, quiet and professional…

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Crucial Ballistix Sport 2400MHz 32GB (4x8GB) Quad Channel Memory Kit Review

Introduction When purchasing a computer, RAM generally is the last component that you tend to think about and when you do come to think of it; quantity is the only real factor you tend to consider.…

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Samsung Starts Mass Production of 256bit V-NAND

With super large SSDs arriving for both consumers and enterprise, the ability to produce dense NAND dies is critical. As with all silicon products, a denser die means lower costs on the same wafer size as…

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AMD Announces New FirePro S9170 Server GPU

AMD might just have released their latest Radeon branded graphics cards, but that isn’t the only upgrade they have in stock for us. Today they are releasing the new FirePro S9170 server GPU with an industry-leading…

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Patriot Releases EP Pro microSDHC/SDXC 4K Capable Card

We see more and more devices each day capable of dealing with 4K resolution. More pixels means more storage and more bandwidth is needed and Patriot is ready with a new memory card for just this.…

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CyberPowerPC Infinity Xtreme Halo Review

Introduction CyberPowerPC are making a sizeable impact in the UK PC market in recent years since they came across the water and settled in the sunny North of England. They contacted us offering not just a glimpse at…

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Patriot Memory Develops Type-C USB Flash Drive

Patriot Memory already has some great flash drives in their line-up, and the SuperSonic USB 3.0 drives is just one example on that. Now they’re almost ready with their newest flash drive and this time it’s a…

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First Single 32GB DDR4 RAM Modules Spotted for Sale

The first single-stick 32GB DDR4 server memory modules have started selling and it is Kingston who is behind the new large-capacity memory modules. Currently 4GB modules are the norm for DDR3 users with some 8GB modules…

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Microsoft Planning to Build an Intel-Powered Non-Pro Surface Tablet

Microsoft seems to be moving away from the ARM-powered Surface tablets and getting rid of its Windows RT operating system in the process. A report from WinBeta indicates that the company is planning to switch the…

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Acer Rolls Out New Iconia Tab 10 Tablet

Acer has announced its new Iconia Tab 10 tablet recently, a device that comes with top performance at an acceptable price tag as it seems from the specs and recommended price set by the company. Two…

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Lexar Professional 3400x CFast 2.0 Cards Now Available

Lexar announced immediate availability of the Lexar Professional 3400x CFast 2.0 cards. The new cards enable professional cinematographers to quickly capture high-end, cinematic quality video and dramatically accelerate post-production workflow with read transfer speeds up to…

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SanDisk Introduces Their First USB 3 Type C Flash Drive

We’ve seen motherboard and add-in card manufacturers getting ready with new versions to support the USB 3.1 and Type C connectors, and the mobile industry is expected to add the type C connector to most of…

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MSI GT80 GTX 980M 8GB SLI Titan Laptop Review

Introduction There are few things more exciting than reviewing a gaming laptop that you know has a reputation to live up to. Naturally, when the courier dropped off the GT80 Titan I couldn’t wait to get my…

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Lexar JumpDrive M20 2-in-1Flash Drive Review

Introduction There are thousands of USB sticks and flash storage on the market and as we all know, they’re not all built the same. Lexar, by Micron, know a lot about flash-based storage and have come…

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Transcend Releases JetFlash 880 USB 3.0 and OTG Flash Drive

Transcend launched a new dual flash drive that features both a USB 3.0 and an OTG micro USB connector. In return, the JetFlash 880 OTG Flash Drive provides the fastest possible speeds when connected to your…

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Asus ROG G751JY-T7051H Gaming Notebook Review

Introduction With every incarnation of Next-Gen mobile GPU releases there is always a high-end selection from each major manufacturer vying for the title of “World’s Fastest Laptop”, “Ultimate Portable Gaming Notebook” or similar, and Asus is…

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Kingston Released UHS-I microSD For 4K and HD Video Capture

Kingston released a new microSDXC card for users who either just want that extra speed from their compact storage or actually need it for fluent 4K video recording. The new SDCA3 card can read with up…

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Lexar Announces New Professional 1000x microSD UHS-II Cards

Lexar announced the new Professional 1000x microSDHC and microSDXC UHS-II cards designed for sports camcorders, tablets, and smartphones. The new cards come bundled with a highspeed USB3 card reader and the cards themselves can deliver transfer…

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ADATA Launches Stylish UC340 USB3.0 Flash Drive up to 256GB

ADATA Technology launched the new Choice UC340 USB 3.0 flash drive. The UC340 flash drive features trim geometric lines and a clean glossy finish. It is stylish enough to use it to accessorise and to carry…

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Patriot Launches Supersonic Bolt XT Hardware Encrypted Flash Drive

Patriot has presented their newest thumb-drive; the Supersonic Bolt XT USB3. This isn’t an everyday thumb-drive as the housing might give away. The rugged housing made from rubber protects the drive from day-to-day drops and bumps while the…

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Sony Quietly Launch New G Series XQD 2 Memory Cards

Sony has quietly launched a new series of their memory cards with a significant performance boost. The new G Series is compliant with both PCI Express Gen.2 and USB 3.0 interfaces for the XQD 2 Format. The…

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Lexar Announces 2-in-1 USB3 Flash Drive and High Performance 128GB microSDXC Card

  Lexar has announced to new storage products today for users that are on the go. The first is the Lexar JumpDrive M20 Mobile USB 3.0 Flash Drive that features two retractable connectors, a micro-USB and a…

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ADATA Launches ISMS312 SATA III Disk On Module (DOM) SSD in the UK

Disk on a Module, or DOM for short, might be a concept many are familiar with but few have had their hands on. I’m using four DOMs myself, three in custom NAS’ and one in my…