We compare a typical Solid State Disk (OCZ Agility 60GB) against a high end consumer Hard Disk (Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB) with some tedious everyday tasks. This PC has been in use for almost 4 months since installing the OS and has quite a lot of software installed, including Windows XP mode and ~100 portable applications in a folder on the SSD.
Read this second part of our holiday gift guide on Flatscreens and Blu-ray Players, thanks to our partners at Reevoo.
We have waited a long time for USB3 Superspeed. Was it worth the wait? Let's take a first look at the technology
Read our holiday gift guide for MP3 players and DVD-Recorders, thanks to our partners at Reevoo
Tablets are the most recent hype in the world of electronics, and many prototypes have been introduced and reviewed, but the one everyone was really waiting for was the tablet developed by Apple. On February 27, 2010, Apple finally introduced it: the iPad. The expectations were high but the response after the introduction was tepid and many people were disappointed.
Here are 10 reasons why Blu-ray will become a success, wheter you like it or not.
Although not every Black Friday deal by itself means a really great offer in terms of price discount, many items are available for less money during the Friday following Thanksgiving. Lots of offers on digital photo cameras and flat screen televisions. Read all about it in this featured article.
Sony NEC Optiarc GmbH Interview with Ralf Wolf, Director Marketing & Technical Services at Sony NEC Optiarc GmbH
One month ago we announced about the release of Nabster, a software package for distribution and piracy detection of various types of digital content. One of our editors gave it a try, and his verdict is quite severe.
Like with any other product such as a TV or computer, it is not usually wise to pick out the most eye catching or attractive product and assume it will meet your needs. Find out more out crazy marketing tricks.
We have just seen the first 12x DVD-writers appearing in stores, and here we have it; the first 16X DVD-Writer! Big thanks to BenQ for sending out an early pre-release drive of their upcoming DW1600A DVD-Writer. This is not a finished product yet and the full specifications are just released. So in this short preview we will only take a look at how fast 16x speed is and look at how the writing quality is at 16x. And we will of course answer the question everyone has: Will any 8x DVD+R media work at 16x?
Cinavia is a copy protection that has been introduced to all recent Blu-ray players and prevents you from playing personal backups. In this article we discuss what it does, how it works, and what you can do to bypass it.
In the last few months, there has been a lot of buzz around SSD drives, lots of talk, lots of myths and misguided conclusions on what SSD has to offer, and how they differ from a traditional spinning hard drive. Let’s take a look at some basic facts in this article.
If you or your loved one have just been in a car wreck, you will want to have an auto injury lawyer at your service. Going through this experience can be quite stressful, especially when it comes to damage...
Recently DVDFab removed their Blu-ray copying and ripping capabilities due to legal issues in the United States. The company is in an ongoing legal battle with the AACS-LA and those who are looking for a way to backup their Blu-ray discs with DVDFab are sometimes blocked from doing so. Recently a new tool has emerged on forums called Wooka.
In this review we look at the Samsung i7500 Galaxy. The device is equipped with the Google Android operating system and has some interesting features.
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