HGST Touro Mobile Pro 500GB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive Review and more
Posted on: 08/19/2013 12:12 PM
Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles, including HGST Touro Mobile Pro 500GB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive Review, Neptor KB300BF-WH Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard Review, TDK A73 Wireless Boombox, and LibreOffice 4.1 Review
HGST Touro Mobile Pro 500GB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive Review @ Legit Reviews
HGST, formerly Hitachi GST and now a Western Digital company, isnt a brand that we often look at here on Legit Reviews, so we jumped at the opportunity to take a look at the Touro Mobile Pro 500GB USB 3.0 external storage solution. Inside this portable drive youll find a Travelstar 500GB, 2.5-inch 7,200 RPM hard drive. Many mobile devices use a slower 5400RPM hard drive, so this device should be quick thanks to the 7200RPM drive inside.
Read more: HGST Touro Mobile Pro 500GB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive Review @ Legit ReviewsMSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr Gaming OC Review @ Vortez
he MSI Twin Frozr cooler has been around for a number of years in one form or another and has consistently been revised to cope with the increasing heat load produced by powerful graphics card. The Gaming series of components from MSI is the new premium' range of components, not just graphics cards but motherboards too, which encompasses all the things we love about MSI. Brute power is just one area of inclusion. Cooling performance and acoustic control are two other areas that are often sacrificed to unleash that brute power but not with the MSI Gaming range. The Twin Frozr cooling design is married to MSI's Military spec components ensuring that the end product has everything you require from a top drawer PC component.
The GTX760 is perhaps set to be this year’s most popular GPU if past records are anything to go by. Both the GTX560 and 660 are among the most popular GPU's in use (according to Steam Survey) so it stands to reason that this midrange success story will continue with the GTX760. With 6 SMX units from the ground breaking Kepler GK104 core used on the GTX770 and GTX680, we know this core is a capable performer even in reference guise. Add a sprinkling of MSI magic on top of this and we might just have a mid-range GPU that is capable of trumping the competition.
Read more: MSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr Gaming OC Review @ VortezNeptor KB300BF-WH Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard Review @ HiTech Legion
Bees have an intricate dance hardwired into their brains to share the location of food. Elephants can communicate over miles through extremely low frequencies which are below the human threshold for hearing. Dolphins, whales and bats use echolocation to survey the area around them and find food. There are many forms of communication in this world and each species has their own methods. The written word is one of the few things that really separates man from animals. No other species on this planet has the ability to record learned information so that it can be copied and redistributed, keeping its same meaning for centuries to come.
We live at a time in history where, for the first time, the average person in our country can call someone on the other side of the world on a whim at any time of day. Cell phones allow not only our verbal communications to flourish but, with mobile internet and text messaging, we can do pictures, videos, or even write a book while we're traveling. Heck, I've even used a program called AIDE to use my phone to write an app for my phone. You'd think that would be really clumsy with a touch screen phone, and normally you'd be right, but this time you're wrong, because I had a physical keyboard.
Read more: Neptor KB300BF-WH Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard Review @ HiTech LegionMiddle Manager of Justice for Android Review @ HiTech Legion
Super-powered heroes have been a staple of silver screen entertainment for several summers now, taking flight and disposing of thugs, thwarting sinister plans of world domination and even stopping extinction level events dead on its tracks. They are pillars of the community and stalwart citizens that people use as a moral barometer, inspiring average Joes to make the right decisions for the greater good. Little kids don capes and aspire to be them during the day while at night they sleep soundly tight, warm and cozy in their beds knowing that they are safe from any harm under protection by the vigilant shields of the lawful. Typically lost in the shadows behind the glory of the godly guardians for good however are the phantom phalanges of pencil-pushing, ensuring that every "i" is dotted and every "T" is crossed. Unsung and overlooked heroes that deserve just every bit of respect as their caped and costumed partners: the heroes of middle management.
Middle Manager of Justice is an isometric simulation game that gives users control of a superhero group. Initially available only for iOS devices, Middle Manager of Justice is now also available for Android. Heroes can be hired, trained and sent out to deal with crime across your district and like any decent middle manager of justice, have to balance the timing and resources to maintain a well-oiled machine. Middle Manager of Justice is available for download from the Goole Play store and NVIDIA Tegra users get exclusive bonus costumes for @Man and Crimebot.
Read more: Middle Manager of Justice for Android Review @ HiTech LegionTDK A73 Wireless Boombox @ NikKTech
Listening to my favorite music tracks in high volume levels has always been one of my favorite hobbies and that applies not only when I'm at home or in my car but also when I'm on vacation (like now). However although both when I'm at home or in my car I've made certain to have a decent amount of volume to cover my needs the same does not really apply when I'm away since the majority of portable speakers are not much larger than a can of soda and thus the volume levels produced (although quite good in some cases) are nowhere close to the ones a complete speaker system is able to. Well luckily this industry never ceases to amaze me and so today we will be taking a look at the latest wireless portable speaker by TDK the quite massive A73 Boombox.
Read more: TDK A73 Wireless Boombox @ NikKTechLibreOffice 4.1 Review @ Techradar
While the once popular OpenOffice has languished for the past couple of years, the LibreOffice suite that spun off in 2011 has been steadily improving ? although with a combination of under-the-hood bug fixes, improved compatibility with Microsoft Office documents and incremental features rather than any really big developments. LibreOffice 4.1 continues this trend, with useful new features but no major changes. So how does the open source suite, which was released in July, stack up?
Read more: LibreOffice 4.1 Review @ Techradar