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Aten Laptop USB KVM Switch review - PCstats.com Aten Laptop USB KVM Switch review
Tue, May 26 2009 | 12:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Aten has been in the business of producing KVM switches (short for Keyboard/Video/Mouse) for over twenty years. During this time, they have positioned themselves as the world’s largest KVM manufacturer offering enterprise solutions as well as products for everyday consumers. Today we will be taking a look at one of their newer consumer products, the Laptop USB KVM switch (model CS661), which allows the user to easily link two computers together using a single plug-and-play cable. Once linked, you can remotely control one system from the other as well as seamlessly transfer data between the two. Whereas standard KVM switches let you control multiple PCs from a single keyboard, monitor and mouse, this "KVM switch" differs on the actual functionality and purpose of the device. In fact, rather than calling it a KVM switch, this USB device is more of a wired remote desktop solution.
FULL STORY @ Archived from TECHSPOT
http://www.techspot.com/review/156-aten-laptop-usb-kvm/
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Intel Solid State Gaming X25-M 160GB SSD Review  - PCstats.com Intel Solid State Gaming X25-M 160GB SSD Review
Mon, September 13 2010 | 12:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
I for one have never really put much faith into the whole SSD craze. I will admit I am always skeptical until proven wrong. Well I was proven wrong not once but three times. First time I tried an 80GB Solid State Drive from Intel two years ago I was blown away by its performance over other solid state drives, not to mention how it dominated traditional moving parts drives. Then when I tried the solid state hybrid that Seagate put out I was impressed yet again, now for the third and probably not the final time I was able to test out the new X25-M drive from Intel and believe me when I say this I was thoroughly impressed with its performance. Intel sent us not one but 2 SSD’s and a ton of other goodies to give them a thorough testing so let’s see what we were able to achieve and see if SSD gaming is right for you:
FULL STORY @ Archived from OVERCLOCKERSHQ
http://overclockershq.com/hard-drives-and-flash-media/intel-solid-state-gaming-x25-m-160gb-ssd-review.html#ixzz0y7JbEvtb
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