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Seagate now making consumer ssd’s

Seagate now making consumer ssd’s

Seagate is a pretty familiar name when it comes to storage, but its primary focus has been on consumer hard drives and flash storage for the enterprise market. Now, the company has launched a new consumer SSD, signaling a renewed interest in making more storage for traditional PCs and laptops. The specs on the new […]

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Creator Pro 3D Printer by Flash Forge

Creator Pro 3D Printer by Flash Forge

With a sturdy metal frame and an enclosed chassis, the FlashForge Creator Pro proves more stable than its predecessor and includes features like an upgraded platform leveling system, dual extruders, metal build plate, and guide rod to help with stabilization and durability, making it a winner in our Workhorse category. Delivering on both print quality […]

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128TB SD Cards ?

128TB SD Cards ?

The SD Association has announced a new card specification that should increase maximum storage on SD cards to 128 terabytes and provide much faster data transfer speeds of 985 megabytes per second. Right now the maximum storage space on an SD card is 2TB, and that limit was promised as far back as 2009, but […]

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Dying light 3D printer model ?

Dying light 3D printer model ?

  The creators of Dying Light have released some 3D models to download and paint if you so wish. The video above from youtube shows a really skilled model hobbyist painting a zombie in great detail. You can download from any reputable 3D printer model distribution site but I have always found www.thingiverse.com to have a massive collection […]

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No VR for Xbox one owners ?

No VR for Xbox one owners ?

Microsoft has completely pulled back on plans to support virtual reality headsets on the Xbox. In an interview with Gamesindustry.biz, Microsoft’s chief marketing officer of gaming Mike Nichols said that “we don’t have any plans specific to Xbox consoles in virtual reality or mixed reality.” Nichols goes on to say that the PC is “probably […]

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Apple Airpower will it be worth the wait?

Apple Airpower will it be worth the wait?

Apple first announced its AirPower wireless charging mat 282 days ago back in September, with a 2018 release promise. Previous rumors suggested it would launch in March, but an iPad education event and WWDC keynote have both came and went without any mention of the AirPower mat. Bloomberg reports that Apple is now aiming to […]

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