All for One and One for All – Tech Reviews shared for March 19, 2012

What is your definition of the statement “all for one and one for all”?

Do you relate it to your work team, sport team or maybe your family.

I like the statement and personally relate it to all three.Work and sport teams ultimately have the same goal and obtain the best results when working together. Family support systems work best when they are there for each other and the family unit.

Apparently, its origin is from the Latin saying – “Unus pro omnibus, omnes pro uno”.

Best meaning on Yahoo, and I believe in, ‘all the members of a ‘group/team/family’ support each other and the group as a whole. Usually, strengthening the fact that if everyone works together the results will be a whole lot better.


In our last SSD roundup, we took a look at a variety of drives with different controllers and NAND configurations.  We found that those two factors make up a big part in dictating how a drive will perform.  The drive that we’re reviewing today, OCZ’s 240GB Vertex 3 Max IOPS SSD, has a controller and NAND configuration that we haven’t examined before, so it will be interesting to see how it compares.

OCZ Vertex 3 Max IOPS 240GB SSD Review @ circuitREMIX




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