Deepak Sharma

I am a big PC enthusiast, and avid gamer. If I'm not tinkering with parts, or reviewing products, you can be 100% certain I'll be on Steam playing something. I love learning about new tech, and teach myself as much as I can, so I can present it to every techie out there!

Killing Floor (2012 Update) Review

Aside from modern FPS’s, two of the most oversaturated genres in gaming are zombie shooters, and WWII shooters. After you sift through all the trash, there are maybe two or three titles from each where you can say damn this game is great. Two of the most respected video game developers (a dying breed these days) are VALVe and Tripwire, …

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RunCore Introduces Xapear SSD with Remote Data-Deletion and RFID Protection

About a week ago, RunCore announced their InVincible self-destructing SSD, taking user-data security to a whole new level. Unsatisfied, they decided to add another exclusive hallmark. If frying circuitry isn’t your thing, it seems as though the Chinese-based company is tackling the security issue at a different angle, this time creating an SSD offering remote data-destruction via text messaging. I can’t decide which method …

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Dane-Elec Introduces mySSD O-Series Of Solid State Drives

Dane-Elec, one of the largest manufacturers of flash memory products, storage and consumer electronic devices, has launched their mySSD O-Series family of solid state drives. Designed for mobile, server, embedded, and outdoor computing, the 1.8″ SATA 3Gb/s SSD drives are built for the most grueling, high-threat and unpredictable environments. Of particular interest, however, is the fact that this SSD is one of …

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Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Home Network Storage System Review – NAS At Its Finest

External drives have given rise to NAS (Network-Attached Storage). Accessing and accumulating data at one central location has become all the rage, as HTPC, media streaming, and HDTV-ready devices and technologies have become more affordable, and thus have made the push into the homes of consumers. Our report today will examine the Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Home Network Storage System and, …

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First-Generation Seagate Momentus XT For a Low Low $89

Waiting until Christmas, or Boxing Day for a hard-drive bargain? The folks over at Seagate bring it to you two weeks early. The first-generation Momentus XT is on a massive $50 discount via Newegg using the promo code EMCJHJE23 during checkout, with an additional $10 instant discount, for a grand total of $89.99! Seagate recently released the second-generation Momentus XT  …

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