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FSP NB S90 Universal Notebook Adapter @ LaNOC Reviews - FSP NB S90 Universal Notebook Adapter @ LaNOC Reviews
Wed, December 23 2009 | 12:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
It's often something we don't think about until we need it the most: a new notebook power adapter. Your laptop manufacture sent one with the computer, and its been great. But there are many reasons to consider picking up a spare and even more if you're a regular LAN attendee. These underestimated pieces of hardware can save you from a catastrophically epic fail. Great for gaming, work, or leisure an extra notebook adapter can even make you the savior of someone elses good time. However you look at, an extra adapter can never hurt. In fact, the one you pick up may end up out performing the adapter your laptop manufacturer sent. FSP Group has sent us a sample: the NB S90, with that exact goal in mind.
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Silicon Power Armor A80 USB 3.0 640GB Portable HDD - Silicon Power Armor A80 USB 3.0 640GB Portable HDD
Wed, August 18 2010 | 5:52PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"When it comes to building tough, nearly indestructible hardware, no one excels better than the United States military. These are the same people responsible for the development of the Hummer, Abrams Tank, AR15 and many other kick your butt up and down the globe projects that we don’t even know about. Military specifications are the benchmark for all which many products are judged and many of those products fall short of military expectations. Silicon Power has taken it on the most stringent drop tests created by people who really know how to drop stuff. The Silicon Power Armor A80 meets or exceeds the MIL-STD-810F 516.5 procedure IV drop test and even went further to match the IEC529 IPX7 waterproof test."
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