Digit-Life reviews the Lenovo
X41 Tablet PC. Hardware Zone is all excited about the Gigabyte
3D Aurora 570 case. I'd like to see this thing overclocked, Overclockers
Club reviews the Synology
DS-106E NAS server.
Storage. Something that I always find myself short on and needing more of.
Backups, that's the other word that I dread to hear, as when it comes time to
backup that critical data, it can take hours or even days depending on the amount
of data. Let alone the giant pile of CD/DVDs that you have to store, label,
and then hunt through, if you ever need something. Synology has come to my rescue
with the DS-106e, an all-in-one home backup and SOHO (Small Office/Home Office)
server solution. According to the spec sheet on this baby, it comes loaded with
tons of features to make our lives easier. Synology may not be a very well known
company, but they have a very strong lineup of backup solutions and various
NAS's. The DS-106e is one of the latest additions to this strong lineup. Today
I will be taking a look at this unit and testing it to see if it's really worth
its price, as well as whether or not it's actually useful for what it claims
RB Mods takes the CoolerMaster
Mars CPU cooler out for a spin and finally Overclockers Online has the Noctua
NC-U6 chipset cooler for us to read about.
Yay it's Friday.