SteelSeries’ original Sensei and Sensei [RAW] mice were no weak competition for the gaming industry. While the Sensei [RAW] satisfied the niche for a mid-range affordable option, the Sensei mouse offered more customizable features like on-board profile memory, millions of LED color choices, and a customizable LCD panel, and if you speed demons out there thought that the Sensei was fancy with its 1-5,700 CPI and 5,701- 11,400 DPI, wait until you meet Steel Series newest addition to the Sensei family: The Sensei MLG (Major League Gaming) Edition.
The Thecus N5550 5-bay server is powered by the mighty Intel Atom D2700 processor and has 2GB of DDR3 to make sure building an array and transferring data is done quickly. It also features link aggregation, SuperSpeed USB 3.0, HDMI video out and a ton of other features. Read on to find out more about this NAS and to see if it is right for your home or small business!
It’s time for another look at Vector. A few days ago RWL presented you with the world’s first RAID 0 review featuring OCZ’s newest flagship SSD. Our Vector array proved to be the fastest 2 drive SATA III array we’ve ever tested or have ever seen. Vector is back again today and this time it’s for a Single drive review.
Design wise, Samsung have done well by their 9-Series Ultrabook; the system is wrapped in dark cobalt blue aluminum chassis that adopts many of the design elements of an Apple Macbook Air, yet posses the large screen size of a MacBook Pro (albeit with better hardware) and a sticker prices that won't cause heart failure.
Until now NZXT have not produced a range of budget CPU coolers before. We've seen the NZXT Havik series which was designed as enthusiast-class air cooling, and we have the NZXT Kraken series on the way targeting the all-in-one liquid cooling market segment. From my knowledge the NZXT Respire series sprang more or less out of nowhere and I didn't see it coming until a box turned up at my door.
Earlier this year Western Digital (WD) announced the WD Red NAS hard drives that are a line of SATA III 6Gbps hard drives specifically designed for home and small office NAS (network attached storage) systems. We got our hands on the WD Red 3TB (WD30EFRX) and tried it out on a desktop as a storage drive and then in a NAS device in a RAID 5 array. Read on to see if the WD Red drive series is right for you!