Keeping your files safe and private from your roommates or from other people that you share your computer with isn’t that easy, but today we have a device that will encrypt your hard drive and keep your files safe from unauthorized access. Continue reading »
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Looking for cheap hard disk drives to push in your excessively huge amount of data? Looks like Hitachi has a solution. Hitachi has announced two new hard disk drives that are all ready to store most of your data and won’t cost you thousands of dollars.
Panasonic (like always) has taken initiative to come up with something that hardly exists in today’s market. They have come up with six new DVRs that will have HDD and blue-ray recorders with them and will boast the latest technology namely BDXL which is a true added advantage but wasn’t available from any other brands up til now.
But, now it is! Also, please remember that 3 of the 6 devices launched by Samsung are 3D enabled which makes these gadgets worth a shot. Continue reading »
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It isn’t valentines day yet LG has paired up with one of the famous design agencies of France, NellyRodi, to come with a designer HDD that is bound to attract the opposite sex. The 2.5 inch XD6 Jewelry external hard disk drive will be launched in Korean market and should soon be available for the rest of the planet.
Unfortunately only to be available for those of you in Japan and some parts of Asia. ASUS’s new 19.6 mm-thick UM30 laptop, weighs 1.40 kg, boasts a nice sleek design finish with its shiny aluminum body. It is well equipped with Intel Core 2 Duo SU 9400 processor and runs Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit. A 13.3 inch TFT color LCD display with LED backlight, 320 GB HDD, 3GB DDR2 SDRAM are among its main specs. It will also support SD, SDHC, Mini SD and MMC.
Apple has given the MacBook a much needed upgrade to its specs. The processor jumps from 2.13GHz to 2.26 GHz, the HDD from 160GB to 250GB, while the 2GB of DDR2 RAM has been swapped for the same amount of slightly faster DDR3 memory. Visible changes include a new rubber bottom, glass multitouch trackpad, LED backlighting to go with its 13.3-inch display and a non-removable built-in seven hour battery which has already been seen on the MacBook Pro.
Since the UK Apple store has just re-opened, we can now report that the new pricing for the above MacBook will be £799 which isn’t bad at all considering all the new premium features you’ll be getting.