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Jetway JBC230C63P-330D-W Ion Nettop - Jetway JBC230C63P-330D-W Ion Nettop
Tue, December 15 2009 | 8:28PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Jetway get in on the NVIDIA Ion nettop small system action with its JBC230C63P-330D-W computer. We unbox it and take a look inside the system on video. It’s a doozey of a model name, but what it represents is Jetway’s first NVIDIA Ion based nettop. Watch our unboxing and undressing video, as we give you a short tour of the JBC230C63P-330D-W. Hit the play button now!"
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OCZ Technology RevoDrive 120GB PCIe Solid State Drive - OCZ Technology RevoDrive 120GB PCIe Solid State Drive
Sun, August 08 2010 | 4:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Mimicry is the highest form of flattery and when done to reduce cost and make a product similar more available to the masses, there isn’t anything wrong with it. To call the OCZ Technology RevoDrive a true PCIe drive like the io-Drive is a bit of a stretch. The RevoDrive takes the PCIe signal and routes it through a Silicon Image RAID controller. From the RAID controller the data is passed through to two onboard PCB SSDs. This should reduce latency from the RAID controller to the drives since it eliminates the SATA cables. In reality there really isn’t much difference between buying two 60GB Vertex 2 60GB drives with a RAID controller and the RevoDrive when it comes to performance, but OCZ didn’t really design the RevoDrive to flatter the Fusion-io or accomplish performance outside of the realm of the above scenario. OCZ’s main goal of the RevoDrive was targeted at another set of numbers that are just as important to end users, cost numbers. By using just one PCB for the Silicon Image RAID controller and dual SandForce SSDs, OCZ was able to keep the cost lower than if each of these components was purchased separately. Add in the elimination of additional documentation, packaging, cables and such, OCZ was able to really get the cost down on this one making it not only accessible to the consumer market, but in some cases the best option for desktop users looking to get the absolute most out of their Dollar, Euro or Peso."
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