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Kingston HyperX DDR3 memory - Kingston HyperX DDR3 memory
Wed, October 27 2010 | 5:51AM | PermaLink Feedback?
A few months ago, we tested Kingston’s infamous HyperX 2133 CL8. This was the best and most expensive memory money could buy at the moment. Since competition hardly rested on their laurels, it was expected for more manufacturers to appear on the market with 2133 MHz models. The reputed manufacturer such as Kingston wouldn’t be as reputed if they hadn’t had the custom of surprising us just when we thought that a certain memory technology has hit its peak, in this case, DDR3. The competition was going around 2200 MHz, when Kingston decided to send us two kits of its newest memory, declared to 2333 and 2400 MHz, respectively…

Verbatim SureFire 320GB FireWire 800/USB 2.0 Portable Hard Drive  - Verbatim SureFire 320GB FireWire 800/USB 2.0 Portable Hard Drive
Thu, April 29 2010 | 4:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
USB thumb drives have been a hot commodity but the old trusty portable hard drive that comes in a variety of sizes and connections cannot be beat. The pricing on these portable hard drives far outweigh the capacity and price premium that you get from any USB drive on the market. Consider the fact that you can get up to ten times the capacity (320GB vs. 32GB) for roughly the same amount of money; it’s virtually a no brainer to purchase a portable hard drive over the USB thumb drive. The only advantage a USB thumb drive has is less footprint size. However, portable hard drives aren’t that bigger to begin, as 2.5-inches can fit in most pant pockets with ease. Today I will be reviewing the Verbatim SureFire series of portable hard drives that contain not only USB 2.0 but also the very fast FireWire 800 standard. The capacity I have here today is the 320GB version. Read on to see if the SureFire is a ‘sure-bet’ to place your hard earned money on."
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