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Posted On 16 Jun 2013 By Jon Fingas. Under: Uncategorized.
Solid-state drives are so speedy these days that that even a SATA interface might not have the bandwidth to cope. It's a good thing that Samsung has started mass-producing the first PCI Express-based SSDs for Ultrabooks, then. The new XP941 series...
Posted On 15 Jun 2013 By Daimaou - G.G-B. Under: Uncategorized.
Based on the dynabook V713, the V713/H is nothing more than an “Bluid To Order” convertible PC oriented for businesses and comes with the same basic features. However, unlike the V713, the V713/H comes with Windows 8 Pro 64Bit and the ability to downgrade to Windows 7, a selection of Core i5-3439Y, i5-3339Y and Celeron [...]
Posted On 03 Jun 2013 By Nicole Lee. Under: Uncategorized.
We haven't heard a peep about Sandisk's solid state drives since CES, so we perked our ears when the flash maker announced a new consumer SSD today. It's called the Extreme II, a SATA III SSD the company claims is fast and responsive enough to ple...
Posted On 23 May 2013 By Terrence O'Brien. Under: Uncategorized.
Acer's C7 Chromebook is the cheapest way to get in on Google's cloud-OS party. But, it still ships a 320GB 5,400RPM drive. Truth be told, such a large amount of local storage is counter to the whole idea of Chrome OS -- not to mention that the slo...
Posted On 22 May 2013 By Jon Fingas. Under: Uncategorized.
While single-chip SSDs are clearly known quantities, they usually run at a much more leisurely pace than their larger counterparts. Innodisk doesn't think size and speed have to be contradictory -- it just unveiled an embedded version of its nanoS...
Posted On 08 May 2013 By Darren Murph. Under: Uncategorized.
Times are a-changin' for Salt Lake City-based Fusion-io, as the company's CEO David Flynn has resigned alongside co-founder and CMO Rick White. It seems that both are stepping away in order to "pursue entrepreneurial investing activities," leaving...
Posted On 07 May 2013 By Jon Fingas. Under: Uncategorized.
Seagate has come a long way in its attitude toward solid-state drives: it went from fighting the future to embracing SSDs with open arms, albeit only in enterprise at first. Now, it's launching its first-ever flash drive for end users, the 600 SSD...
Posted On 05 May 2013 By Daimaou - G.G-B. Under: Uncategorized.
At a press event held today in New York, Acer unveiled the Aspire R7, a revolutionary 15.6-inch notebook that will redefine the touch and type computing experience. Featuring a Full HD 1920×1080 touch screen, the Acer R7 was made for the new computing lifestyle, which increasingly combines touching and typing. With a repositioned keyboard and [...]
Posted On 02 May 2013 By Zach Honig. Under: Uncategorized.
Apple's pre-configured 21.5- and 27-inch iMacs both ship with 1TB hard drives, but if you're willing to wait a day or two for a custom model to ship, two new flash storage options are now on offer. Any iMac configuration can now be had with either...
Posted On 17 Apr 2013 By Stephen. Under: Uncategorized.
Toshiba is releasing “Dynabook KIRA V832″ – the first 13.3 inch WQHD LCD Monitor touch panel Ultrabook – on April 24. The screen features a 3.7 million pixel (2,560×1,440) high-definition LCD, which is better than full HD display. The battery life is 9.5 hours long. Intel Core i5-3337U processor, 128GB SSD, 8GB RAM, and keyboard [...]