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Seagate Backup Plus Slim External USB 3.0 2TB Hard Drive Review
fleshing out DX11 offerings - fleshing out DX11 offerings
Fri, December 31 2010 | 9:52AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"2011 may not be nearly as exciting for users as this past 1.5 years has been, but it will likely have a few surprises from not just AMD and NVIDIA, but also Intel and their latest integrated graphics in the upcoming Sandy Bridge series of parts. From all indications, it will shake up the integrated stronghold that AMD has kept with the 880G/890GX parts. We also will see the first Fusion parts from AMD gain a foothold in the market, and hopefully a much more robust desktop CPU/GPU combination with Llano in a timely manner."
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HornetTek X2-RAID Dual Bay 3.5-inch eSATA/USB 2.0 Enclosure - HornetTek X2-RAID Dual Bay 3.5-inch eSATA/USB 2.0 Enclosure
Fri, February 19 2010 | 4:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Most users are generally fine with just storing their content on one standard hard drive until they have a loss of data. At that point your eyes are opened to just how vulnerable you are to a personal digital disaster. If you want to know what it is like, just go to your own storage folder, highlight everything and hit DELETE. It can happen, it does happen and it isn’t a matter of if, but when. Preventative measures are the only way to avoid such losses and the easiest defense is a good offence. Today we are going to take a look at the HornetTek X2-RAID. This product will allow you to keep two hard drives in one of many forms of RAID (we will go over the full capabilities on the next page) and do so at a low cost. The X2-RAID uses a common eSATA connection to your PC that is much faster than USB or FireWire, so you still retain desktop drive speed while having the security needed to survive a drive loss."
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