Crucial has become a trusted name when it comes to high-performance solid-state drives, and now they're taking another crack at producing a cost effective SSD with the MX100 series. Things look very promising thanks to an upgrade to the same Marvell chip used by the high-end M550 series.
Synology and QNAP have become recognized brands in the world of network-attached storage, with products ranging from $150 to $3,000. While that cash buys a purpose-built box which installs fast, runs quiet, and sips power, the inner DIYer in us is itching to build a NAS. Silverstone's latest chassis allows just that. The DS380 is designed for more flexible, DIY NAS servers that can house up to eight hot-swappable drives and either a DTX or Mini-ITX board.
AMD is ready to complete their processor product stack with performance-oriented Kaveri mobile APUs. The company claims these chips have an "unmatched" feature set, including the same x86 Steamroller cores found in desktop Kaveri variants, a GCN GPU that supports Mantle and TrueAudio, DDR3-2133 memory support, and HSA.
Computex tends to be a main launch platform for a number of Asus’ new products, and this year was no exception. The company took to the stage yesterday to announce a huge range of new products, including several new hybrid laptops, a new 4K monitor, new tablets and a crazy-looking router.