Archive for October, 2019
WD today announced two new mobile hard drives that reach new capacity extremes. The highlight is a one terabyte model - the industry's highest-capacity 2.5-inch drive available.
In RunCore's pursuit of the ultimate solid state drive (SSD) upgrade, a full new line of SSD products have been developed, boosting computer performance 5x to 40x.
Starting off the week, our Daily Sampler brings you the latest reviews from around the tech world.
Antec announced a new addition to the their website, "Continuous Power Facts", which offers visitors information on Antec power supplies and the benefits of Continuous Power versus Peak Power.
MAINGEAR Computers announced the world's most powerful desktop replacement notebook, the eX-L 18, featuring dual GeForce GTX 280M GPUs.
ENERMAX announced its latest ATX mid tower case ?STARAY?, featuring one of the renowned APOLLISH LED fan and available in different colours.
The Harmony SRS? premium Enermax fans combine with Acoustic and Vibration Dampening Panels can reduce system noise by as much as 75%.
To kick start your weekend, we have quite a bit of exciting news from around the tech world, guaranteed to satisfy your appetite!
We just published our latest review, but what's happening in the rest of the tech world? Our Daily Sampler looks at Graphics Cards, Cooling and Cases, and Consumer Electronics.
Our daily Sampler of the latest and greatest reviews and happenings from around the tech world, keeping you informed and current.
We preview a new mid-tower that may slay most competitors.
We just published our latest review, but what's happening on the rest of the web? Today's Sampler touches upon Graphics Cards, Motherboards, Cooling and Cases, and Consumer Electronics.
Samsung announced today that it has begun mass producing the industry's first two gigabit DDR3 devices using 40 nanometer class process technology.
Memory manufacturer Transcend has joined forces with Ingram Micro Latin America, a leading wholesale provider of computer products in Central and South America.
Nvidia has released the WHQL-certified GeForce 190.38 drivers which bring several big updates and changes for CUDA, power management, and overclocking/temperature monitoring.