Synology DS413j NAS Designed for Home & Offices and more
Posted on: 01/14/2013 10:11 AM

Here a roundup of the latest reviews and articles, including Synology DS413j NAS Designed for Home & Offices Review, Kingston DataTraveler HyperX Predator 512GB Review, CES 2013 Report, NZXT Cryo X60 Notebook Cooler, and Business tools at CES part 1

Synology DS413j NAS Designed for Home & Offices Review @ Madshrimps
The DS413j NAS from Synology is mostly aimed for homes and small offices in need of high storage space, without the need of breaking the bank to get it. The product comes with an older chassis version and runs the latest version of the highly praised DSM, which means that it comes with a lot of features and its interface is really intuitive, easy to use.


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Kingston DataTraveler HyperX Predator 512GB Review @ KitGuru
Almost everyone reading this review is likely to have a small USB 2.0 flash drive at home or work. They can be used for transferring files between machines, flashing the BIOS of a motherboard and for offline mirroring of sensitive data. 2012 saw a wealth of fast USB 3.0 drives released to market from companies such as ADATA, Corsair and Kingston. Today we are looking at the new Kingston DataTraveler HyperX Predator which ships in staggering 512GB and 1TB capacities.


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CES 2013 Report @ Neoseeker
Neoseeker has returned from the CES 2013 trade show in Las Vegas, and we were able to catch a glimpse of many exciting new products from very familiar brands including Cooler Master, Corsair, OCZ and Thermaltake. We've shared our findings in our latest report, and we hope you'll be interested in sharing it with your readers as well! :)


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NZXT Cryo X60 Notebook Cooler @ Benchmark Reviews
No matter which laptop you have, the expensive or inexpensive one, they pretty much all seem to get very hot in a short period of time. NZXT has released their fifth notebook cooler, the Cryo X60, model RN-CRX60-B1. With a slim profile design using two 120mm asymmetrical cooling fans, aluminum construction, and high airflow with vented aluminum mesh cutouts. Supports laptops up to 16" screen size. This is a premium laptop cooler with an integrated 4 port usb hub and a 5 speed fan controller that runs optionally on Usb power or AC adapter. Built by NZXT known for gamer enthusiast quality cooling products and accessories, Benchmark Reviews will be testing this cooler for performance and value.

Anyone who has owned a laptop knows about how hot they get, the bottom is often hot enough to make the user uncomfortable especially when using on their actual lap. Not only is a hot laptop an inconvenience unless maybe your freezing in the winter, but the heat also cause a laptop to work harder and the parts go out quicker. High heat can cause a laptop to run slower especially if the temperatures reach the throttling threshold. Cpu fan failure and overheating is a common reason laptops go out, the Cryo X60 can assist the cpu fan so it doesn't have to work as hard and last longer and keep temperatures lower on the hard drive and motherboard so they last longer as well.


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Cougar GX-S 80PLUS Gold Power Supply @ DreamWare Computers
My first real introduction to Cougar was with the review of their PowerX power supply a little over a month ago. The PowerX was a great 80PLUS Bronze power supply that offered good performance and quiet operation for those not wanting to break the bank on the price tag. Anxious to see what Cougar had to offer in the higher end market, today I have their GX-S power supply on the bench. The GX-S series offers a trio of 80PLUS Gold certified models for those who don't necessarily need the extremely high wattages offered by Cougar's other 80PLUS Gold series, the GX series. At first glance the GX-S seems to be a strong offering in terms of performance and it's specially optimized cooling system, so I can't wait to get it on the bench and see just how well it performs!


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Thermalright AXP-100 Low-Profile CPU Cooler Review @ NikKTech
Well CES is once again over and all that really remains is to see just how many of the prototypes presented there will actually make it to manufacture at least without serious compromises (either in features, performance or quality). Overall during this year’s CES we saw the introduction of a lot more impressive and innovative products than we did last year so that fact alone is more than enough for me to consider the entire show as a huge success. In any case some of you may recall us testing the latest NH-L9i low-profile CPU Cooler by Noctua a few weeks back with very good results (for its size always). Well it seems that very small low-profile CPU Coolers aimed mostly towards ITX/HTPC owners are really popular nowadays since we received many emails asking from us to test the latest AXP-100 low-profile CPU Cooler released just days ago by our friends over at Thermalright (and we did).


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Razer Sabertooth Xbox 360/ PC Controller Review @ t-break
The Razer Onza was a great first entry for Razer in the console accessories space, and with the Sabertooth, Razer hopes to improve and eliminate imperfections with their latest Xbox 360 and PC wired controller.

The Razer Sabertooth has one mission: to give you competitive advantage. And the way Razer achieves this is both clever and subtle. The inclusion of extra buttons was a given, but their placement is what makes using them so easy.


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DMC: Devil May Cry (XBOX 360) Video Review with Kaeyi Dream @ HardwareHeaven.com
Kaeyi Dream takes us through the brand new reboot of the Devil May Cry franchise from Capcom...


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Business tools at CES part 1 @ Techradar
Even if you don't have a formal policy, your employees are probably bringing their own devices into the office and using them to copy files and take work home. Which of the products announced at the Consumer Electronics show are you going to have to deal with? It's going to be even harder to avoid Android in 2013. For a start, there's the usual slew of new Android smartphones on the way, with the prospect of owners trying to use them for access to their work email on.


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Enermax Fulmo GT review - HTPX chassis @ Guru3D
We review and test the Fulmo GT. Enermax has been going very strong with their power supply and fans. For a while now they also offer PC cases, and they also released what seems to be the biggest chassis I've ever laid my hands on. This chassis series has HPTX support for the bigger than biggest motherboards and some pretty cool features as well.

Now here at Guru3D.com we review our share of chassis alright, and well, you do have to bring something interesting to the table if you as a manufacturer get queued up for a review as there are sooo many cheap sub-par alternatives on the market these days.

Nice looks, tool free design, all black inside, removable Bezel, USB 3.0 compatibility, motherboard CPU cooler cutout, swappable HDD trays .. really just by looking at the Fulmo GT you recognize the very same quality and detail you see in the top of the line chassis from Cooler Master, Corsair, BitFenix, NZXT, Fractal Design .. and that list certainly can go on.


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