Best 5 Security Apps For Your Android Smartphone and more
Posted on: 04/21/2013 12:29 PM
Here a roundup of today's reviews: Best 5 Security Apps For Your Android Smartphone, Diamond BizView 750, Corsair Obsidian 900D review: taking it to the next level, Corsair Obsidian Series 900D, and OCZ Vertex 3.20 120GB SSD Review
Best 5 Security Apps For Your Android Smartphone @ ThinkComputers.org
The data stored in our phones are invaluable, and losing them by any chance would be nothing short of a nightmare to us. For this reason, there are several security apps available today in the market and it is crucial that you select the best one among them for your phone. Today, many of us have an android phone and thus keeping all the data stored on it safely is our key concern. Although they are loaded with a number of amazing features, android phones are extremely vulnerable and thus protecting it from any malware attack is quite important. There are some well-known security apps in the market today, which are capable of relieving you from the trauma of losing any important info from your Android phone.
Read more: Best 5 Security Apps For Your Android Smartphone @ ThinkComputers.orgDiamond BizView 750 @ LanOC
When it comes to options for upgrading some of today’s small PC’s from manufactures like Dell to be able to handle even the most basic games can sometimes be difficult. It’s one thing if your pc supports a full height video card, but if you need half height the options are limited. That problem is multiplied when you also have to consider how much power the power supply has, generally PC’s like this don’t have 6 pin connections free and sometimes not even Molex plugs. That is where products like the Diamond BizView 750 come in. The BizView is focused on business use, but with it being an HD 7750 it could also be perfect for light gaming as well.
Read more: Diamond BizView 750 @ LanOCCorsair Obsidian 900D review: taking it to the next level @ Hardware.Info
In 2009, Corsair, up until then known as a memory and power supply manufacturer, entered the computer chassis market with the Obsidian 800D. It is no exaggeration to state it had a profound impact. Both with its premium pricing and long list of features, Corsair set a new standard. Four years later, the 800D can still easily keep up with the competition. Still, it was time for an update, and today we will take a closer look at the Obsidian 900D, which attempts to raise the bar even higher.
The Corsair Obsidian 900D appears to be positioned above the 800D in terms of size and price, and will reportedly cost around £300 or € 325. That’s close to the what the Cooler Master Cosmos II costs, and that’s not the only thing these two chassis have in common. So the 900D will not replace the 800D, in other words.
Read more: Corsair Obsidian 900D review: taking it to the next level @ Hardware.InfoCorsair Obsidian Series 900D @ Hexus
When we asked HEXUS readers to name their best PC chassis of all time, it was no surprise to see Corsair's Obsidian Series 800D mentioned on more than one occasion. Introduced back in 2009 as the company's first chassis, the 800D cost a pretty penny but offered enthusiasts an excellent blend of top-notch build quality, outstanding cable management and seemingly infinite expansion opportunities.
The 800D wasn't everyone's cup of tea - the £230 price tag made sure of that - but it proved to be a halo product and Corsair has since taken the market by storm, quickly becoming a go-to brand for anyone seeking to replace an ageing enclosure.
The Graphite 600T still looks fantastic, the Carbide 200R offers good value, while the soundproofed Obsidian 550D remains our pick of the bunch. But Corsair is at its best when tasked with meeting the needs of the hardened enthusiast, and for all those who have been longing to see a successor to the 800D, the wait is now over as we welcome in top-of-the-line Obsidian Series 900D.
Read more: Corsair Obsidian Series 900D @ HexusOCZ Vertex 3.20 120GB SSD Review @ Reliable PC Reviews
Very recently OCZ announced a couple of new SSD’s. These were the Vertex 3.20 and the Agility 3.20, both of which seem like they would be a rehash of older drives. While the names are similar, the technology inside is a bit different. Today we’re looking that the Vertex 3.20, specifically the 120GB version of it. You’re probably asking yourself why they named in the Vertex 3.20. The answer is simple, they are now using a 20nm NAND inside the SSD. That’s about the only noticeable change to the Vertex 3.20 as OCZ decided to use the same Sandforce 2281 controller that was used in the original Vertex 3, which has been proven to be very effective. The OCZ Vertex 3.20 is available online at Newegg.com for just $119.99 and it features a full 3 year warranty through OCZ!
Read more: OCZ Vertex 3.20 120GB SSD Review @ Reliable PC Reviews