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Sandisk Ultra Solid State Drive (SSD)

To store persistent data in your computers, SanDisk is back by unveiling the new Solid State Drive (SSD). This new SSD (dubbed, Ultra) can increase performance of your system by consuming less power of the computer. It will definitely increase battery life of a laptop as it consumes less power.

Different from ordinary hard Disk Drives (HDD) which consumes high power and are electromagnetic devices, it retains data in nonvolatile memory chips. As it has no moving parts like HDD where Data is stored in Spinning Disks, there is a smaller chance of damaging it.

Say Hello To New Samsung Memory Cards

Samsung is launching a new series of high performance Memory Cards. All cards can support up to 24 MB/s transfer rate and are made especially for fast data transfers between mobile devices, smartphones, cameras and all other supporting devices.

The Memory Cards have been divided in 2 categories according to users’ needs and affordability i.e. ‘Essential’ and ‘Premier Plus’.

The SDHC/SD and micro SDHC/SD Essential Memory Cards have a varying performance rating of Class 4 and Class 5. They have a warranty of 5 years. These cards’ capacity varies from 2GB to 16GB with write speed up to 13MB/s.

T-Mobile Announces Amazing Plans That Saves Users The Most Money

The official announcement of T-Mobiles press release for new plans came out May 23rd. The T-Mobile USA, Inc. announced new family and individual plans. The company does a phenomenal job of making data affordable for families on the largest 4G network. There are plans that are available for new and existing customers.
You can purchase either a single or multiple line plans. There is options depending on price points for talk or unlimited talk, unlimited text and unlimited data — with no data overages — offering 200 MB, 2 GB, 5 GB or 10 GB of high-speed data. Each of the plans also includes unlimited nationwide T-Mobile to T-Mobile calling, and unlimited nights and weekends.

AT&T LTE Tests Show Amazing Speeds

AT&T did a demonstration of its own LTE network in Plano,Texas. It has very impressive results. The LTE network speed was an amazing 28.87 Mbits/s down and 10.4 Mbits/s up. This is way faster than what was reported of the Verizon’s speed. The Verizon’s LTE scored scored peak speeds of 18.6Mbps down and 5.7Mbps up on the LTE network, with averages of 9.2Mbps down and 3.4Mbps up.

Verizon LTE Moves To The South And Midwest

Verizon has finally brought it’s 4G LTE network to the Southern and Midwest markets, after it’s recent push to the major markets. Verizon will now be serving four markets in Pennsylvania (Easton, Bethlehem, Allentown and Leigh Valley), two markets in Tennessee (Cleveland and Clarksville), two markets in South Carolina (Hilton Head and Columbia) and one in North Carolina (Wilmington) would soon get LTE coverage.

ZTE 7-inch Tablet/Smartphone Coming Soon

Although ZTE usually makes inexpensive OEM feature phones, they have decided to jump on board with the tablet craze after seeing other manufacturers have success. The company’s most recent effort in the Android market involves the company’s new tablet, the ZTE V9 which appeared at MWC earlier this year. The company has recently received approval from the FCC which indicates a likely release of the new tablet sometime this year.

Comcast Offer 105Mbps Internet Speeds

In Internet speed terms, 5Mbps is a good connection, one should be able to play first person shooter videogames on it without any problems, movies and music download at a reasonable rate. A 10Mbps connection is really fast and will allow you to download gigabytes of data, say if you’re downloading a full featured game, over night. Being able to download 15GB of data in one night still impresses me. Comcast has announced today that they are delivering 105Mbps connections to over 40 million homes around the United States.

Samsung’s New HDD Lineup With SuperSpeed USB 3.0

Samsung has recently mentioned that they will adopting SuperSpeed USB 3.0 technology. SuperSpeed USB 3.0 has the power to transfer data at up to 5 Gb/s, which is ten times the data transfer rate of USB 2.0 (considered the gold standard in computing not too long ago). SuperSpeed USB 3 also lets users move a 25GB full high definition movie in under four minutes. This technology will be a requisite for any of you “media collectors” who have tons of music or videos on your computer, or even if you just don’t like to wait.

Acer Iconia Tab W500 Coming Soon!

Acer’s new Iconia Tab W500 is looking better than ever. The tablet will run on a 10-inch display with Windows 7 OS and an AMD cpu with Radeon HD graphics. The tablet will also come with a keyboard docking station for your “laptop needs.” The W500 has already entered a pre-order phase in Germany in March and is supposed to ship on April 15th in the United States. The tablet is expected to retail for $550. Although this tablet does look nice, I am not sure that it will work optimally with Windows 7.

Seagate Barracuda 2TB HDD For $70

For $70 you can buy a 2TB HDD, a hard disk drive large enough to last you a lifetime (assuming we stay within our current data sizes.) The green HDD runs at 5900 RPM, which is decent for getting where you “need to go.” This would be a great upgrade for older computers running out of space. I have a few friends that have older computers and they often have to delete stuff every now and then to “free up there hard drive.” Even games such as Crysis 2 can take up as much 15GB for the game itself.