Tag: HDD

Freecom mHDD Slim 1TB 2.5” USB 3.0 Mobile Hard Dive Review Score 76%

Freecom mHDD Slim 1TB 2.5” USB 3.0 Mobile Hard Dive Review

The Freecom mHDD Slim 1TB HD a 2.5” portable hard drive that is encased in an attractive brushed aluminium. The entire unit doesn’t seem much larger than a 2.5-inch drive itself and it comes with 2 cables, a standard USB 3.0 cable and the newer USB Type-C cable. This is quite a nice addition, most companies just provide the one cable, though at the moment the Type-C cable doesn’t have much use for most PCs, apart from some newer laptops. Both the cables are quite short, this is handy if you are plugging it into a laptop you are...

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Transcend ESD400 1TB Portable SSD Review

Over recent years solid state drives have plummeted in price and with the launch of USB3, with its transfer rates of up to 480Mb per second, we have started to see a growing supply of portable SSDs. The growth of this industry possibly fuelled by the trend of non removable drives in ultra portables, and the use of small drives in them. So if you are a frequent traveller with a lot of data to store then an external drive is essential, and SSDs offer far better performance than HDDs and arguably are now more durable then mechanical drives....

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New iMac : upgraded

We’ve been a bit slow to up this news to you but the iMac has recently had a spec overhaul (as they do) and they look pretty tasty. However I’ll always be a PC fan but I can see the draw for some people to go for the iMac providing it’s for a genuine reason other than “it’s Apple” or “it’s pretty”   Anyway what’s it got. Well firstly it’s processor power. Now packing all your favourite and latest Core i3, i5 and i7 processors with Core i3 offerings of 3.2GHz, i5 of 3.6GHz and the massive 27” iMac can house a super Quad-Core 2.93GHz Core i7. So speed is certainly upped. Memory wise they start with a decent enough 4GB of RAM which can be upgraded to 16GB. 500GB of HDD will be standard but one can now opt for the 256GB SSD or again if you’re looking at the behemoth 27”, it can hold up to 2TB of HDD. The SD card slot now supports SDXC cards which at the moment reach as far as 64GB so certainly there’s plenty of space to be found for all your media and docs. The other spec increase comes in the form of a ATI Radeon HD 5750 graphics card perfectly capable of delivering high quality HD graphics and media content on the now standard LED backlit screen.   Packing...

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