Hardware

ASRock Intros Server Motherboards and Dual Sided Hybrid Storage Server – ceBIT Germany 2013 Update

If one has any doubt on the increasing popularity of server builds these days, a quick look at the response to our sister site article, ‘ Building a Home Server – The Complete Guide‘ should ease your mind. Our prediction is that servers will soon be to desktops, what ultrabooks are becoming to laptop systems, a mainstream alternative.  Our meeting …

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Enermax Ushers In New Triathlor Series PSUs, Successor To Popular Modu82+ PSU Series

ENERMAX has introduced their TRIATHLOR series of power supply units, the successor to their popular Modu82+ series of PSUs. The Modu82+ has been one of the most popular power supply series ever. Users from all around the globe have appreciated this Enermax PSU because it focused on the pure essentials of a power supply: durable components, silent operation and stable …

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Enermax Teases New Line Of Hardware And Peripherals At CeBIT 2013

Enermax is previewing some of their upcoming products to be featured at this year’s CeBIT computer expo in Germany. Enermax will be featuring its latest development, a completely passively cooled power supply among other technologies at the show. In principle, fanless power supplies are nothing new on the market; but Enermax engineers have spent significant R&D resources to release a …

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Schlage Camelot Touchscreen Deadbolt Review – The Birth Of Brilliant Next-Generation Door Lock Combinations

While scouring around during the Pepcom event at CES 2013, the Technology X crew found their way into the security sector of the show floor. We saw a plethora of home security devices – cameras, locks, alarm systems – you name it. The Nexia booth in particular caught our attention. After seeing a demo of the Schlage Camelot Touchscreen Deadbolt, …

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Cooler Master Introduces Upgraded Storm Scout II Advanced Chassis

Cooler Master has introduced the much-anticipated Scout 2 Advanced available with exciting new Ghost White and Midnight Black Editions. Dedication to Users   Building upon a reputation as a company that listens to and acts on its users’ feedback, Cooler Master has stepped back and retooled the Scout 2 into an advanced model to better suit the needs of gamers. …

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HGST’s New 10nm Nanoimprinting Process Will Double HDD Data Density

HGST, the former Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (now owned by Western Digital), is developing nanolithography processes that will allow the doubling of hard disk drive (HDD) data storage density in future disk drives.  HGST Labs is announcing the combination of two innovative nanotechnologies — self-assembling molecules and nanoimprinting — to be able to create large groups of dense patterns of …

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Cooler Master Announces NotePal A200 Laptop Cooling Stand

Cooler Master today showcased the NotePal A200 laptop cooling stand for notebook sizes up to 16″. Dual Fans and Aluminum Surface Eliminates Laptop Heat The A200 has two large 140mm fans for optimized airflow and a perforated aluminum cooling surface that helps siphon heat from your laptop. A built-in control for the fan lets you adjust performance to obtain the perfect …

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Razer Re-Releases StarCraft II Peripherals In Time For Heart Of The Swarm Expansion

Razer has announced the re-release of its peripheral lineup for Blizzard Entertainment’s StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm expansion, the highly anticipated next installment of the acclaimed StarCraft franchise. The entire suite of StarCraft II peripherals, designed specifically for the prestigious real-time strategy (RTS) game, is once again available in all its glory. The line includes the Razer Spectre StarCraft II Gaming Mouse, the Razer Marauder StarCraft II Gaming Keyboard and the Razer Banshee StarCraft …

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Micron Introduces Smallest 128-GB NAND Flash Device — 20nm With TLC Density

Micron Technology has announced the introduction of the industry’s smallest 128GB NAND flash memory device.  This new NAND flash module utilizes Micron’s award-winning 20nm architecture with triple-level cells (TLC), which are able to store three bits of information per cell.  This creates a highly compact storage solution, targeted at cost-competitive removable storage applications such as flash cards and USB drives. …

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