by Lyle Smith

Dell Latitude 7212 Rugged Extreme Tablet Now Available

Dell has announced the availability of the Latitude 7212 Rugged Extreme Tablet, a versatile mobile device designed for the jobs in harsh environments such as military, public safety, industrial and energy sectors. The Latitude 7212 is backed by Dell’s global support and supply chain services and has been engineered to be lighter and more powerful than previous generations. Dell states that it has also improved performance and more battery life, the latter which delivers up to 19 hours of use with dual, hot-swappable batteries.

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by Lyle Smith

Crucial BX300 SSD Review

The Crucial BX300 is the company’s latest consumer SSD that combines their 3D NAND with a budget-friendly price tag. The new BX300 SSD is the direct successor to the BX200 and features a Silicon Motion Controller and custom firmware. Highly energy efficient, the BX300 is available in 120GB, 240GB, and 480GB capacities.

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by Adam Armstrong

WD Releases 20TB External Desktop Storage

Today Western Digital Corporation (WDC) launched what it is calling the world’s highest capacity external desktop storage system, the updated My Book Duo. With upwards of 20TB of capacity, the new My Book Duo can give both consumers and most professionals the storage they need for their ever-expanding digital content libraries. The new RAID storage system offers enough room to back up photos, videos, music, work, and important documents while providing fast transfer speeds.

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by Lyle Smith

WD My Passport Ultra Review (4TB)

The My Passport Ultra drive is a portable HDD that features USB 3.0 connectivity and the company’s usual slick-looking design. Designed for consumers and professionals on the go who to store large amounts of data, the new My Passport Ultra is available in a maximum capacity of 4TB. This new release features an updated design, higher capacity, and improved performance compared to the previous generation.

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by Lyle Smith

Samsung Portable SSD T5 Review

The Samsung Portable SSD T5 is the company’s latest high-performing mobile storage solution powered by advanced V-NAND technology. The T5 is the long-awaited successor to the popular T3 (released way back in early 2016) and is designed for media professionals and enthusiasts who transfer massive amounts of data.

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by Adam Armstrong

Synology Introduces DiskStation DS418j

Today Synology Inc. released their latest budget friendly, 4-bay NAS, the DiskStation DS418j. This new value series NAS is aimed at home users looking to manage, protect, and share data such as multimedia. As with all Synology NAS products, the DS418j is powered by the award winning DSM.

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by Lyle Smith

Lenovo ThinkStation P910 Review

The Lenovo ThinkStation P910 is part of the company’s P-series, a family of rugged workstations that offer higher internal capacity as well as more support for workloads than any of their other previous series. These tank-like workstations can scale to entry level all the way up to the high demands of CAE, R&D, rendering, special effects and Oil & Gas. The P910 is the most powerful model of the bunch, as Lenovo touts it as highest producer of I/O output on the market along with having the largest storage capacity.

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by Lyle Smith

SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD Review

The SanDisk Ultra 3D is a new client SSD similar to that of the WD Blue 3D. Because this drive is on the lower end of the performance scale, its main application will be general upgrades from an HDD-based system to solid-state technology for faster boot up times and speedier overall performance. It should also be noted that WD has the same drive under its own brand, so this is essentially an identical SSD with a different sticker slapped on it.

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by Adam Armstrong

NVIDIA Quadro P6000 Review

Unlike several vendors in the industry, NVIDIA likes to keep it a bit simpler in terms of naming their products. A higher number is equal to a higher performer. In our previous reviews we’ve looked at GPUs on the lower end of performance and how they perform in workstations. Today we will be looking at the NVIDIA Quadro P6000 the second most powerful (and possibly the highest performing) GPU NVIDIA has to offer for desktop workstations.

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by Adam Armstrong

Toshiba Announces 64-Layer 3D NAND Client NVMe SSD

Today Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. (TAEC) announced its next generation single-package ball grid array (BGA) solid state drive (SSD) product line based on Toshiba’s latest 64-layer, 3-bit-per-cell TLC (triple-level cell) BiCS FLASH, the BG3 series.  The new series is designed for mobile storage with the benefits of higher performance in a smaller footprint versus traditional SATA devices. Another important aspect of mobile use the BG3 series tackles is power usage; the new technology has a cost-effective DRAM-less design to reduce power requirements.

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