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Eye-Fi Mobi 8gb Memory Card Review @ TestFreaks
     Wed, Jul 31 2013 | 6:19A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Recently Eye-Fi released a new model called the Mobi, which we have received for todays review. This wireless SD card easily transmits photos and videos directly to ones smartphone or tablet. It is aimed for the more casual photographers as it lacks some features in other Eye-Fi cards. Unlike the more expensive Eye-Fi Pro X2 it cannot send pictures to a computer or transmits RAW files."

SLC flash cache
     Tue, Jul 30 2013 | 4:03P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With MLC main storage and an SLC flash cache, the SanDisk Extreme II is unlike any other SSD we've encountered. We explore the drive's unique design and see whether it can keep up with the fastest SSDs on the market.

Affordable LX USB 3.0 Flash Drives
     Tue, Jul 30 2013 | 1:34P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Mach Xtreme Technology Inc., a worldwide leader in top performance, high reliability and user-friendly designed PC components, today launched LX™ Series USB3.0 flash drives. The MX-LX is based on a native USB 3.0 controller chip and implementing advanced dual-channel technology. It is an economical USB 3.0 peripheral for those who demand leading-edge technology without paying more.

“There is a wide range of high-end USB 3.0 flash drives available on the market. These pendrives typically carry a relatively high price tag compared to traditional USB 2.0 flash drives. MX-LX series utilizes the latest USB 3.0 specification and delivers blazing fast performance at an extremely competitive and affordable price” said MX Technology marketing manager Tomasz Swatowski. MX-LX USB 3.0 flash drive is fully backward compatible with USB 2.0 ports, at USB 2.0 speeds. Its dual-chip design and compact size makes it easy to carry virtually anywhere. The aluminum housing is also extremely durable, making it an ideal upgrade flash drive for users with busy and active lifestyles.

The MX-LX flash drive delivers decent read and write speeds clocking in at up to 190MB/s read and 85MB/s write along with its ultra compact size (57mm x 17mm 7.5mm).

Mach Xtreme LX flash drive comes in 8GB to 64GB flavors. All this combined with 2-Years warranty and consumer friendly pricing nominates MX-Technology LX™ Series USB 3.0 flash drive as the best price/performance solution on the market.

Mach Xtreme LX Series USB 3.0 Flash Drives at A Glance:
USB 3.0 Interface
Max. Read Performance up to 190MB/s (64GB)
Max. Write Performance up to 85MB/s (64GB)
Compact and easy to carry: 57.0mm x 17.0mm x 7.5mm
Capacity: 8GB (MXUB3MLX-8G), 16GB (MXUB3MLX-16G), 32GB (MXUB3MLX-32G) and 64GB (MXUB3MLX-64G)
Warranty: 2-Years


USB 3.0 Flash Drive Roundup July 2013
     Mon, Jul 29 2013 | 4:26P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Overall when it comes to price, performance and build quality it is hard to go past the SanDisk Extreme. The Patriot Supersonic Magnum is also an excellent option if you are after maximum performance. Having said that we have no problem recommending either the SanDisk Extreme or Patriot Supersonic Magnum, both are excellent quality flash drives.

Kingston HyperX Beast 2x8GB DDR3-2400 CL11 1.65V Review @ Ocaholic
     Mon, Jul 29 2013 | 3:59P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Like creatures in the wild, Kingston Beast species come in various shapes and sizes. Having recently tamed a set rated 1866C10 we are now going to wrestle with its bigger brother, namely the 2400C11."

Patriot SuperSonic Mini 16GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive
     Mon, Jul 29 2013 | 8:30A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
It`s no secret that the most ideal way to carry regular data (and not mission critical ones) is without doubt to own a portable hard drive not only because you can`t really find many USB flash drives in the market with capacities exceeding 256GB but also because the ones that are available cost many times over the price of a regular portable hard drive and thus are out of reach for most people. Now as we all know USB flash drives come in various capacities to cover all the possible uses people intend for them but although prices have taken a serious dive for the past years making even 64GB USB flash drives quite affordable size is also a significant factor and for good or bad there aren`t that many tiny solutions around at 64GB (even if they were not everyone has use for 64GB). Furthermore there are even less USB 3.0 compatible flash drives in the market that can fit in the tiny size category but thanks to Patriot we now have the SuperSonic Mini USB 3.0 Flash Drive line."

Kingston HyperX Beast 2x8GB DDR3-1866 CL10 1.5V Review @ Ocaholic
     Sun, Jul 28 2013 | 3:59P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
After losing momentum with the HyperX T-series, Kingston have switched their focus to the relatively fresh Beast lineup. Eager to see if the new stuff is any good, in the coming articles we are going to submerge into this zoo of wild animals, kicking off tonight with a specie rated 1866C10."

Crucial Ballistix Sport XT 1866 MHz C10 2x 8 GB @ techPowerUp
     Sun, Jul 28 2013 | 6:19A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Crucial expanded their line-up a short while ago at Computex by introducing the Ballistix Sport XT product for mainstream users and those who know how to tweak their memory. We take a look at the high-end 1866 MHz C10 model, which carry a few surprises."

Corsair Vengeance Pro DDR3 2400MHz 16GB Kit Review @ Pro-Clockers
     Sat, Jul 27 2013 | 6:19A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Corsair has just released their newest ram kits called the Vengeance Pro. The new series is designed for the third and fourth generation Intel users that want the most when it comes to overclocking would certainly love the Corsair Vengeance Pro. This isn`t Corsair`s first memory series to have the name `Vengeance` in them. Some time ago, they launched the standard Vengeance series and with that there are some variations within the series like the Extreme (3000MHz) and the Low Profile modules. The new ones will sport a new heat spreader design with a more aggressive look. Not only to allow the modules to run cool and perform well but to also look good. So, you get a little of `show and go` with these modules. All the modules come in a back frame but topped with a colored bridge that would either be blue, red, gold or silver. The colors of the heat spreaders do not indicate anything, just a part of a color theme for those that are nitpicky about matching hardware colors."

Patriot Viper 3 Venom Red 2x8GB DDR3-2133 CL11 1.65V Review @ Ocaholic
     Thu, Jul 25 2013 | 11:55A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
About a week ago we posed a question whether Patriot is still good as a mid-end RAM manufacturer and got a positive answer given by an 8GB DDR3-2400 representative of Viper 3 series. This got us thinking whether there is any more firepower in Patriots lineup so, eventually, we ended up with another set lying on our table."

Silicon Power Blaze B20 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive
     Wed, Jul 24 2013 | 10:08A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
I remember a time when in the market you could only find USB flash drives by a handful of companies (the well-established ones) so it didn`t really take more than just a few minutes for you to pick the one you liked the most especially since all their performance levels were nearly identical (and if by some miracle a really faster model got released well you immediately knew which one it was). Today things have changed massively and so if you walk to the USB flash drive section of pretty much any store you will find a large number of models from an equally large number of manufacturers making it quite hard to pick the right one for the job (providing of course you don`t just care about the size or looks). That being said the sheer number of USB flash drive models currently in the market makes it impossible for us to test all of them in order to make it easier for all of you to know what it is that you are really getting with your hard earned money but giving up is not in our vocabulary so today we will be taking yet another thorough look at one such device the Blaze B20 32GB USB 3.0 flash drive by Silicon Power."

Kingston HyperX Beast 4x8GB DDR3-1600 CL9 1.5V Review @ Ocaholic
     Thu, Jul 18 2013 | 4:07P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
On a quest to find what Kingstons Beast series is all about, we have already managed to test a couple of representatives. Moving from the dimension of speed into dimension of size, today we are going to have a look at a 32 GB set with a neutral rating of DDR3-1600."

G.SKILL TridentX 2933 MHz C12 2x 4 GB kit @ techPowerUp
     Thu, Jul 18 2013 | 11:55A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
G.Skill`s F3-2933C12D-8GTXDG kit is a weapon for the seasoned overclocker and Haswell-based systems. Clad in black and red, it is a complex kit that, once quenched and hardened, proves to be valuable to any serious overclocker."

Kingston Class 10 UHS-I (U1) SDXC Ultimate 64GB Card
     Wed, Jul 17 2013 | 5:58P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Kingston Class 10 UHS-I (U1) SDXC 64GB Ultimate Card fills just that void. It is a simple solution to a typically confusing scenario and we are going to analyze the Kingston Card in a very simple format, allowing you to understand the terms that confuse us so and arming you with the knowledge to understand why a quality card is so important in today’s camera world. As a bonus, we are also going to report on the new Kingston MobileLite G3 Card Reader, and I will be the first to admit, this is one of the handiest things available for the camera enthusiast.

G.Skill Ares 2x8GB DDR3-2400 CL11 1.65V Review @ Ocaholic
     Wed, Jul 17 2013 | 11:55A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Now that high memory volumes are more affordable, we see more and more 16 and 32 GB kits flood the market. Another drop in the sea of those products is a fresh G.Skill Ares model, which we are going to look at today. One special thing about G.Skill`s Ares series is their heatspreader, which features a low profile design. In other words these stick will fit underneath absolutely every single cooler."

Transcend JetFlash 760 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review
     Tue, Jul 16 2013 | 11:33A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
We launch our all new Price vs. Performance charts with the JetFlash 760 pen drive from Transcend."

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