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Super Talent RAIDDrive 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review - Super Talent RAIDDrive 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review
Sat, May 01 2010 | 4:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"The Super Talent RAIDDrive is one of the most interesting products that we have come across in some time. It's not every day you see a USB 3.0 Flash Drive, let alone a monster drive like this that is running a pair of SATA controllers in a RAID configuration. It's super fast and is ideal for those that want the ultimate USB Flash drive. When using the Super Talent 64GB RAIDDrive we found insane drive performance on the benchmarks, but our real world use showed that the drive improved file transfer speeds roughly 2.5X over USB 2.0 performance. There is nothing slow about this drive as we were hitting 280MB/s write and 128MB/s read, which is amazing for any portable USB device..."
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Arctic Cooling M551 Gaming Mouse Review  - Arctic Cooling M551 Gaming Mouse Review
Mon, November 15 2010 | 12:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
There was a time when gaming peripherals were a very small portion of the market. There were only about 2 or 3 companies battling at a time for their share of the market. Well as time has progressed so has the gaming market. Between Nintendo’s behemoth 34.96 billion a year market share and PC and the rest of the consoles competing for another 33 billion market share per year it is clear to see that the video game and gaming peripheral market has a huge potential for profit, and as such we have been seeing more and more companies taking a dive into the gaming market. Arctic Cool is one such company that has taken the plunge. Using the same model that several other companies have adopted Arctic Cooling has made its gaming presence known with a large range of new gaming products. The model used is known as the OEM model. By hiring a company that already makes gaming peripherals to put your name and colors into its existing product line the company saves millions in product development and gets a whole series of products out fast. Today we will be looking at a budget friendly gaming mouse the Arctic Cooling M551 Gaming Mouse, will it be a smart choice for Arctic Cooling or should they have gone with their own design departments ideas, let’s see:
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