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SanDisk's latest microSD cards are a whopping 200 GB

SanDisk's latest microSD cards are a whopping 200 GB

While many companies are in Barcelona to announce their latest smartphones and wearables, SanDisk is talking about storage. Specifically, the company has today announced a number of new microSD cards for your smartphone, including one with a record amount of storage. …

Dell XPS 13 Review: The best Windows ultraportable you can buy

The ideal Windows laptop is very hard to find but the new XPS 13 ticks most boxes. It has a 13-inch display with a very slim bezel, the aluminium shell with a carbon fibre-style interior looks pretty darn good, there's a new Intel Broadwell Core i5 under the hood, and excellent battery life. The XPS 13 is a return to form for Dell in a big way.

Silverstone Sugo SG13 Mini-ITX Case Review: Compact, cheap and surprisingly capable

Just when we were starting to think that the Sugo series lost its Mini-ITX mojo, after the last couple of models moved to MicroATX, Silverstone has stepped forward with the itty bitty 11.5L SG13. The thirteenth Sugo isn't quite the smallest to date, but it may be the most capable. Its 11.5L body is said to be capable of housing a standard ATX power supply up to 150mm long, a 120/140mm radiator and a 10.5" dual-slot graphics card.

Neowin: Thecus N7710-G 7-bay NAS review

Neowin: Thecus N7710-G 7-bay NAS review

With the file sizes of our pictures and videos growing at such a fast rate, storage solutions that were fine a few years ago are suddenly feeling pretty cramped. While it's true that you can store all of this stuff…

Intel S-series CPUs Power to Performance Comparison: Core i7 4790 vs. 4790S

You may be familiar with Intel naming their processors under the Core i7, i5 and i3 moniker based on the performance and features offered. But beyond that there are also a handful of different product lines within each of those brands identified by a K, X, S or T appended to the model name. In this article, we'll cover the 'S' product line in particular to determine the actual performance, power draw, and thermal differences compared to its standard counterpart.

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