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Choiix Power Fort Rechargeable Power Backup Battery Pack - PCstats.com Choiix Power Fort Rechargeable Power Backup Battery Pack
Wed, September 15 2010 | 4:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
As we start to haul around an increasingly large number of portable gadgets, our need for having some extra power on the go increases as well. This is becoming particularly true when it comes to smartphones, because we oftentimes find ourselves out of power before we have an opportunity to find a wall outlet. To this end, the Choiix Power Fort was developed. It’s a rechargeable external battery pack that can be used to top up just about anything that’ll take a charge from a USB port. We’ve seen similar products, but what makes this one different? Let’s find out!
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http://www.megatechnews.com/megatech-reviews-choiix-power-fort-rechargeable-power-backup-battery-pack/
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Kingston 256GB SSDNow V+ Series SSD Review - PCstats.com Kingston 256GB SSDNow V+ Series SSD Review
Sat, December 05 2009 | 4:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"The Kingston SSDNow V+ Series of SSDs performed nearly twice as fast as the original Kingston SSDNow V series and also happens to be available in larger capacities, which is key for the advancement of SSDs in the market. The Kingston SSDNow V+ was said to have sequential read speeds of up to 220MB/sec. and write speeds of up to 180MB/sec. We were able to come very close to those read speeds and were actually able to get slightly faster write speeds in some of the benchmarks. This is clearly a quick drive and performed on par with the Corsair P256 and OCZ Summit 120GB as both of those competitors' drives feature the same internal components..."
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