Kingston DataTraveler 4000 G2 (64GB) Review

Today we will look at the Kingston DataTraveler 4000 G2 64GB USB 3.0 flash drive. To see if this flash drive can deliver what it promises we will put it through some rigorous testing. The flash drive comes with built in FIPS 140-2 level-3 validated hardware. The 256 Bit AES encryption and anti-theft measures, which include, after ten attempts of …

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Makeblock mBot Educational STEM Robot – Overview

Inspiring future generations to learn, never mind learn computer programming, at a younger age, provides a great outlook as to what we can expect in the years to come. It’s also interesting to read stories of children who, at such young ages, have taken an interest in such, and are already doing mind-blowing things with robotics and computers. Its easy to …

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Sennheiser MX 686G Sport Earphone Review

Summer is here, and as we start off July, some may be re-starting their fitness routine. It has been said in studies that just by listening to your favorite music, you can see an increase in your performance and endurance. A pretty simple tweak to help you get a jump start. Why not give your gym music arsenal a switch, and …

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Intel’s Kaby Lake to Succeed Skylake in 2016

Intel has once again changed its roadmap and will introduce what we believe to be a Skylake refresh CPU code-named Kaby Lake. Kaby Lake will be compatible with the upcoming 100 series LGA1151 motherboards just like Devils Canyon was too Haswell. Kaby Lake processors made using 14nm FinFET process technology and will feature two or four cores.   Kaby Lake …

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Batman Arkham Knight PC – How Does It Run?

When it comes to comic book based video games, few series have been as successful as  the Warner Bros’ Batman Arkham franchise. After a rather mediocre release from WB Games Montreal in the form of 2013’s Arkham Origins, longtime series fans have been eagerly anticipating the latest release from series creator Rocksteady Studios: Batman Arkham Knight. Unfortunately, after its initial release …

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PCI Express 4.0 Standard to be Finalized by 2017

It has been over 10 years now since PCI Express has been evolving to the stage where the data rate has tripled. Next in line for the PCI Express standard is version 4.0 which the PCI SIG [special interest group] has been developing PCI Express 4.0 since late 2011. PCI SIG also has claimed that the fourth generation PCI express …

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NVIDIA Preparing to Release GeForce GTX 950 Ti Series GPUs

It has been reported that NVIDIA is preparing to release a new GeForce GTX series GPU to replace the aging GTX 750/750 Ti series. The new GPU(s) will serve as low-budget, entry-level gaming graphics cards which should be priced to compete with AMD’s newly launched R7 300 series GPUs. The new GPU(s) will likely be dubbed the GTX 950 and …

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