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  • Kingston SSDnow UV400 480GB SSD Review

    INTRODUCTION                              It's been somewhat long since SATA and mSATA SSDs were last considered as hardware components aimed only for the niche/enthusiast market so if you're out looking for an entry-level model things may not get much better than they are today (although they probably will). Now as many of you know the very first SSDs used MLC NAND flash (multi-layer cell) with just a few e...
  • Jabra ECLIPSE Wireless Headset Review

    INTRODUCTION                      One of the things i hate while driving is to see other people using one hand to drive their cars or bikes and the other to answer and hold their smartphones close to their ears. As a matter of fact I’ve lost count of the how many times i had to evade cars and bikes coming right towards me just because the driver was paying more attention to his/her call and not what was happening around. Of course ...
  • SilverStone Redline RL05 Mid-Tower Review

    INTRODUCTION                          I don't know how many of you out there have noticed but it's become increasingly harder for people to come across mid-tower PC cases that are quite "casual/normal" in design and are thus not aimed towards just gamers who are after something unique looking for their desks. Of course compared to 10+ years ago this is actually a good thing since back then there were just a bunch of "sp...
  • TerraMaster D5-300 USB 3.0 External Hard Drive RAID Enclosure Review

    INTRODUCTION                             Weather you have a very large digital media collection or you just need lots of storage space for your work and/or backups then pairing your hard drives with a multi-bay external hard drive enclosure is always the easiest and most affordable way out since they combine high storage capacity with extremely fast read and write speeds. Luckily although in the past not many...
  • D-Link DIR-890L AC3200 Ultra Wi-Fi Router Review

    INTRODUCTION                          How many of you remember the design and wireless capabilities of the very first modem/router you ever used at home or at the office? Mine was a Zyxel one which looked pretty much the same as a small switch and didn't even feature Wi-Fi so it was really nothing to be excited about. However as years went by manufacturers started not only to improve the wireless capabilities of their m...
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