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OCZ Announces Razer Fast SSD @ 2800MB/s

OCZ has recently shown off their latest Z-Drive R4 PCIe SSD, capable of transferring a whopping 2800MB/s of data and competing 500K IOPS. The new drive is optimal for cloud computing and enterprise data applications.

You can get the card in two configurations; a half height card designed for tight spaces, and a full height card that is perfect for those larger multi-node rackmount servers.

Both cards support SLC (single level cell) or MLC (multi level cell) NAND flash. If you are looking for sheer speed, you’re going to want this solid-state drive.

Samsung Acquires MRAM Startup, Grandis

MRAM is one of those rarer computer memory types that is expected to one day, replace FLASH memory, and Samsung is one step closer to becoming a pioneer in MRAM technology. Why? The company has just acquired Grandis, an MRAM startup.

Grandis was founded in Milpitas, California and has raised $15 million in venture capital since its birth in 2002. If you haven’t heard about MRAM yet, it stands for Magnetic Random Access Memory and has been claimed by a number of individuals to be an excellent alternative to fast and nonvolatile memory (doesn’t lose data when you cut the cord).

16GB RAM Now Available For Your Mac Mini

If you were holding off on getting a Mac Mini because it didn’t have enough hardware specs for you to multi-task over 3 or 4 LCD screens, you may be interested in this piece of news.

Apple has just updated their lineup of Mac Mini computers, and I am pleased to say that they now support up to 16GB of DDR3 RAM (Random Access Memory).

Now, before you get too excited, I have to mention that Apple has always charged a premium for top-of-the-line upgrades, while I purchased 16GB of DDR3 RAM for my desktop PC for $530, Apple is charging $1400 for 16GB (2 x 8GB) for their upgrade.

Samsung Nexus S Arriving On AT&T

Android is currently the world’s most largely adopted Operating System by the smart phone industry and contributing to the market is Samsung’s Nexus smartphone line. The Nexus S smartphone, co developed by Google and Samsung is a highly admired smartphone, and already available to T-Mobile and Sprint users.

AT&T users have long been waiting for its arrival on AT&T’s network and this wait is finally over as the handset is arriving on the network on 24th july 2011. What more could an Android fan ask for?

Lenovo IdeaPad P1, Better Late Than Never!

The tablet market is growing with a tremendous pace and every day we see stores getting stuffed with new gadgets, some of which grab a lot of public hype while others die out without even making an impression.

The word on the street is Lenovo’s upcoming Windows 7 tablet, IDEAPAD P1. Although the Windows 7 tablet market has not been very successful lately, LENOVO is still taking the risk. Packed inside a 10.1″ casing is a very robust hardware comprising if a 1.5 Ghz Intel processor, a 1280*800 pixels capacitive multitouch display, a USB 2.0 port and for connectivity 802.11b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth.

OS X Lion Arrives Tomorrow- Here’s How To Upgrade

For those of you who have been patiently waiting for OS X Lion, wait no more, the operating system will be arrive tomorrow for Mac users nationwide. But before you go crazy and install the software, there are a few precautionary measures you should take to protect your data.

First thing you want to check is to see if your Mac model was made in the middle of 2006. This is because PowerPC and single core Intel processors were fueling the macs until this time period, and OS X Lion won’t run on either.

Google Nexus 3 Coming With Ice Cream Sandwich

With the launch of two Gingerbread pre-installed Nexus devices already on sale, Google is hard at work creating quite a buzz in the marketplace – but that’s not enough for us.

Since the official announcement of the upcoming version of Android at Google IO 2011, Ice Cream Sandwich, which is, essentially, a combination of Android 2.3 Gingerbread and Android 3.0+ Honeycomb into a “cohesive whole”, the whole industry is abuzz with speculation, rumors,and increased excitement around the third Nexus device that is set to be formally announced sometime at the end of Q3/ early Q4.

Samsung Series 3, A 12″ Powerhouse Laptop

The Samsung Series 3 is the perfect 12.1″ laptop for those looking for a little more power than the traditional netbook. Carrying an Intel Core i5-2410M processor, 4GB of DDR3 memory, and a 500GB hard drive, this machine is no lightweight.

These days, people want a laptop that is small enough to take with them on the go, while powerful enough to act as a desktop replacement when they need one. Since 15.6″ laptops are a bit too big to carry around with you all day, 12″ computers offer a sound alternative.

Toshiba Thrive Gets Early Release, In Stores Now

Whether or not you are into Toshiba laptops, the new Toshiba Thrive seems like something to rant about. Originally scheduled to arrive on July 10th, the tablet has already been spotted at multiple Best Buy stores. You can drive to your local Best Buy and pick one up today!

Currently, there are only 16GB and 32GB models for sale. The 16GB model costs $479 and we’re not sure when the 8GB model will swing by, but if you’re on a tight budget, you might want to wait it out.

How Will The iPhone 5 Compare To The Nexus 4G?

While rumors and speculation still surround Apple’s next generation iPhone handset – the iPhone 4S or the iPhone 5, depending on whom you believe – other cell phone manufacturers continue to develop newer, faster handsets to compete in the marketplace.

Now, a leak took the wraps off what is being called the Nexus 4G – Google’s next flagship Android handset which is scheduled for launch sometime in November 2011. Let’s take a brief look at how these handsets will stack up against one another.