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Storage vendor Western Digital has announced a new range of back-up drives that use NVMe technology and come in sizes ranging from 500GB to 2TB.

Published in Hardware

And so to the final member of the holy 5G trinity from Chinese vendor OPPO, the Find X2 Neo. OPPO's mid-range 5G phone costs a dollar less than a thousand, which means that it is not exactly easy on the pocket.

Sharp Australia, the local arm of the Japanese electronics firm, has released the first Windows Collaboration Display, a 4K 70" display that is certified for Skype for Business, is smart-building ready and also explores the potential of IoT devices to make meetings more productive.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

In a world where plenty of competition exists in the entry-level, mid-range and upper mid-range space, Samsung hopes to tempt you into spending a little more to get a better phone.

Published in Home Tech

Mobile accessories maker Belkin has launched its latest dock, delivering "seed, power and efficient charging through a single one-metre cable" providing 4K, 60W of power and plenty more.

Published in Home Tech

With Cygnett's USB-C ChargeUp Pro Power Bank able to easily charge MacBook and MacBook Pro, Lenovo Yoga, HP, Dell, Galaxy S8, Note 8, Google Pixel and more, does the C stand for USB-Cygnett?

Published in Home Tech

Samsung’s SSD Number T5 is alive with faster USB-C, a faster transfer speed, a new colour scheme, two types of USB cable for greater flexibility and the superfast operation, lightweight construction and stylish design that makes Samsung SSDs stunningly superior drives.

Published in Books

It seems every portable device is abandoning micro-USB connectivity for USB-C and why not? With a reversible plug and 12 pairs of “cables/lines” available, USB-C is the new data/power superhighway.

Published in Books

There are now four USB charging and data standards — 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, and 3.1 — and each means different things in terms of power delivery, data transfer speeds, fast charge support, and cable types.

Published in ShawThing

Derided by some merely as "clickbait", where there’s smoke from exploding batteries and faulty USB C cables or adapters it means there very well could be fire.

Published in Mobility
Thursday, 14 July 2016 16:15

Kensington sorts out USB-C expansion issues

USB-C will one day take over on laptops, tablets, and smartphones, devices that until now have been major issues in its uptake.

Published in Home Tech

It has to be the lightest, most durable, shock resistant (well, it is solid state) portable backup device around.

Published in Books

Ultra Slim, Porsche Design, LaCie, Innov8, and Chromé are just some of the new 2016 Seagate DAS (Direct Attach Storage) range.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 08 March 2016 16:12

New USB-C portable drive from G-Technology

As notebooks, tablets and smartphones increasingly change to USB-C a new range of USB-C connected devices will be needed.

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 08 January 2016 14:24

Help finding the USB-C cable you need

With USB-C becoming the next big thing Belkin have announced a range of adaptors that will help to exploit its full functionality.

Published in Home Tech
Sunday, 13 December 2015 19:11

What network devices excited me in 2015

The Internet of Things can refer to any device that connects to the internet or via Wi-Fi or Ethernet in a network. In this case routers and other connected devices. This is an overview of network connected devices I have reviewed or things I think meet the ‘pretty’ good specifications.

Published in Networking

Lexar has released a lot of new memory kit over the past few weeks and all are impressively fast – this USB-C/USB-3.0 combo can achieve a blistering 150MB/s read and 60MB/s write speeds.

Published in Books
Wednesday, 03 June 2015 17:16

Macbook in a flash

The new Macbook has one USB-C type connector. Kingston have released a dual USB C and USB 3.1 flash drive in 16, 32, and 64GB capacities to work with it.

Published in Home Tech
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Leaked photos of Apple’s superthin 12-inch MacBook and powerpack have emerged, while separately, Core M performance compares nicely to 2011's MacBook Air with Core i7.

Published in Mobility
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