Hardware

SuperTalent USB 3.0 Express RC4 64GB Flash Drive Review

Back at ceBIT Germany 2013, SuperTalent was kind enough to provide an exclusive sample of their upcoming RC4 flash drive release and we conducted an impromptu review, discovering decent result for the form factor that it is. We were fortunate to bring that RC4 back to TSSDR and have had the opportunity to conduct a bit more detailed of an …

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Kingston 128GB Wi-Drive Review – Wireless Storage Gets Big

External storage has become all the rage these days and it doesn’t seem so far back that we introduced you to the Kingston 64GB Wi-Drive.  In that review, I described the Wi-Drive as being a life saver for its ability to create a much needed bridge between my PC and IOS devices, more specifically my IPAD which had no means …

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ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T 32GB Tablet Review

ASUS is widely known for producing computer parts and peripherals, but rarely do they indulge in anything pre-made. Introduce the ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T, and now we have seemingly one of the first ASUS products in the mobile market. Frankly speaking, it makes sense for ASUS to dive into tablets. They already produce premium lines of business and gaming …

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Cougar Challenger ATX PC Case Review – A Bold New Arrival

Ever since the popularity of PC building boomed, computer cases have enjoyed a certain uniformity. An overpowering number of consumers look for sleek, professional looking cases. This notion has remained in balance in the DIY culture, and remains so today. While it is tough to change that, Cougar hopes to add some extra variety by installing their new and inexpensive …

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BitFenix Prodigy Case Review – Mini-ITX Done To Perfection

Much of modern day and future technology is focusing on making products smaller and smaller, yet still completely functional and easy to use. For personal computing, the thinking is reverse, as more people prefer to have mid-sized or XL-sized cases and builds for full functionality. It makes sense, and until recently, mini builds were typically utilized as NAS units, home …

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