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The Transcend StoreJet 25A3 portable USB 3.0 drive. Sporting a speedy interface, disk management and encryption utilities, and a sleek form factor that can fit into your pocket, this StoreJet might be just the thing you need for big capacity on the go.
Thor is one of the most popular and powerful gods of the major mythologies. He is also part of modern daily life, since the fifth day of the week, Thursday (Thor's day), is named for him. Thor is the thunder god in Norse mythology. Thor also had a famous weapon, his hammer, named Mjolnir. Thor had a goat-driven chariot that created the noise of thunder, when rolling across the sky. The lightning bolts were caused by the hurling of his hammer. Gigabyte has become a major player in the gaming arena, especially with the influx of their high end Avia gaming mouse and keyboard series, which are products geared toward the high profile gamer and enthusiast. Today I have the pleasure of bringing you a new arrival from the Gigabytes Force series, the Gigabyte Force M7 Thor Gaming Mouse. The Gigabyte Force M7 Thor gaming mouse is geared toward the more cost conscious individual who is looking for a professional grade gaming mouse that’s straightforward and reliable, but will focus on their fundamental needs only. Join me as we take an in depth look at the Gigabyte Force M7 Thor Gaming Mouse to see if it brings "Thors Hammer" down like its namesake to create an exciting gaming experience.
Cooling is an issue that will likely always be a concern, whether we run our computers at stock settings or overclocked it really makes no difference. There is always going to be heat generated from every electrical component in your system. There are many ways to accomplish this, from faster or bigger fans, to exotic water cooling. Both have their pros and cons, but sometimes the easiest, most reliable and most cost effective way to accomplish something comes from getting back to basics. Fans in most cases fit this bill and offer a cost effective solution to improve or adjust cooling throughout your system. But, running fans at full speed all the time can leave us with noise problems and in most cases, cool and quiet cannot coexist together. Or can they? Is it possible to breathe new life into that old computer or custom build with your current fans? What if you could control the speed, airflow, and temperature strategically to different parts of your case? Imagine being able to do this both quickly and effortlessly, and wirelessly as well. Today I have the pleasure of bringing you what may be the world’s first internet connected fan controller, The Bitfenix Recon. It's designed for a new age of mobile devices and built on a platform with software that’s Browser based, meaning it is compatible with virtually any mobile operating system, including iOS, Android, or Windows. The Bitfenix Recon sports a cool looking illuminated easy on the eyes touchscree...