Silicon Power Jewel J10 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive and more
Posted on: 02/09/2014 02:39 PM
Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles, including Silicon Power Jewel J10 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive, Samsung DA-F60 Wireless Speaker Review, TabZoo Tiger Universal Tablet Sleeve Review, Matsunichi 500GB USB 3.0 Portable External Hard Drive Review, and Compact, rugged box-PC expands via PCIe and Mini-PCIe
Silicon Power Jewel J10 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive @ NikKTech
Up until recently the only high performance USB 3.0 compatible flash drives in the market where either average or quite large in size making it somewhat difficult to carry around and especially on a keychain. Personally I've always carried a USB flash drive on my keychain so i know firsthand how much of a role size plays when choosing the right one for the job so although performance is crucial for me i have to admit that size is even more important. Lately however things have changes so quite a few manufacturers including Kingston and Patriot have begun releasing very small USB 3.0 drives with very good performance levels. Silicon Power is one of those manufacturers that never falls behind in new things so it was just a matter of time really before they released their own tiny USB 3.0 drive and so today we will be taking a look at the Jewel J10 32GB model.
Read more: Silicon Power Jewel J10 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive @ NikKTechSamsung DA-F60 Wireless Speaker Review @ TechnologyX
At the first glance of the DA-F60, we can see that the woven textile cover cloaks the wireless speaker. This cover is primarily used to protect the underlying metal grill. As we continue to tour around the elaborate and almost luxurious wireless speaker, we can see a Hi-Fi Dial, which is used for adjusting the volume, as well as the mute, function and bass buttons. The function button can be used to enter the DA-F60 into pairing mode, if it is not already connected to your smartphone or mobile device. The base button will dramatically increase the amount of bass that will be pumped out of this little speaker. Finally, at the bottom of this side of the DA-F60 you will find the power button.
Read more: Samsung DA-F60 Wireless Speaker Review @ TechnologyXKingston DataTraveler Mini 3.0 (16GB) Review - Great Performance In A Small Package @ TechnologyX
The overall look and feel of the DataTraveler Mini 3.0 is exceptional. It was hard to put into words how light this USB drive actually is. To put it in perspective, we placed the DataTraveler Mini 3.0 on a ordinary kitchen scale, which demonstrated that this drive only weighs 0.10 ounces. It truly is unbelievable how light this drive feels, but whether that makes it prone to being lost is another story.
Read more: Kingston DataTraveler Mini 3.0 (16GB) Review - Great Performance In A Small Package @ TechnologyXLogitech Harmony Ultimate User Review - Understanding the Handicaps @ TechnologyX
There is nothing more frustrating than buying a tech product that has been reported as being the best and finding out that there are some serious concerns with its operation. As a journalist, it is much the same where we analyze tech gear and, when things just don't seem right, seek published reports to see if we are doing something wrong. It is very uncomforting when the majority of published reports claim this product to be the best, yet we find serious concerns in its operation. Such is the case with the Logitech Harmony Ultimate that we are providing a user review on today.
The underlying cause of the reviewing problem is actually twofold, the first being that most published reports on products are conducted after minimal use, and the second of course being that the product is being retained post review. The first we met head on a few years back with an ultrabook (http://technologyx.us7.list-manage2.com/track/click?u=3d9b6193ffd32dd60e84fc74b&id=6ce928d9b9&e=312ec141fb) that was touted as possibly the best, yet its Wi-Fi didn't work outside of the office. I remember the frustration of taking this system to Taiwan and getting absolutely no reception the entire trip. The ultra was useless. The other difficulty is with product retention that is, in most cases, unavoidable as resources retain their reviewers through that retention.
Read more: Logitech Harmony Ultimate User Review - Understanding the Handicaps @ TechnologyXTabZoo Tiger Universal Tablet Sleeve Review @ TestFreaks
Most tablet cases out there are rather plain and just perform one function to protect your tablet and that’s fine, but sometimes you want something with a bit more style. Today for review I have the TabZoo Tiger Universal Tablet Sleeve which is something that’s marketed to children. It’s a fun and unique tablet case that looks like a tiger obviously. What makes this sleeve special is that it’s also a stand for your tablet, but it’s a special and fun stand as when you open the sleeve you’ll find teeth. It’s hard to describe, you have to see it to understand it, so read on to learn about a tablet sleeve that kids will just love..
Read more: TabZoo Tiger Universal Tablet Sleeve Review @ TestFreaksMatsunichi 500GB USB 3.0 Portable External Hard Drive Review @ Legit Reviews
Have you ever heard of consumer electronics company called Matsunichi? Matsunichi was established in 1993 in Hong Kong, China and since 2012 they have been slowly moving into the US market with low cost tablets, streaming media players and storage drives. Believe it or not you can find Matsunichi products online at Amazon, Newegg, Walmart, Tiger Direct and even Best Buy. We managed to get our hands on the Matsunichi 500GB USB 3.0 portable hard drive and thought we'd give it a very quick test drive to see how it performs.
Read more: Matsunichi 500GB USB 3.0 Portable External Hard Drive Review @ Legit ReviewsCompact, rugged box-PC expands via PCIe and Mini-PCIe @ LinuxGizmos
The NanoServer N1-QM87 ships standard with a dual-core Core i5-4400E clocked at 2.7GHz, complete with integrated Intel HD4000 graphics. A quad-core Core i7-4700EQ, at 2.4GHz, is optional, says Germany-based DSM. The system ships with 4GB of DDR3 RAM, expandable to 16GB.
A 60GB mSATA SSD (solid state drive) is standard, installed via one of two mini-PCI-Express slots. The computer also features two SATA bays, accessible from a bottom flap. These can be filled with optional 2.5-inch drives that attach to the six internal SATA connections: four with SATA 3.0 and two with SATA 2.0. In addition to the dual mini-PCIe slots, there’s a PCIe x16 slot designed for half-sized expansion cards.
Read more: Compact, rugged box-PC expands via PCIe and Mini-PCIe @ LinuxGizmos