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Posted by Damon Bailey
on Thursday, November 7, 2019 - 8:00am
ICY Dock EZConvert MB703M2P-B M.2 SATA SSD to 2.5" SATA SSD Converter Adapter

When you think of M.2 drives, PCIe based NVMe models probably come to mind. Early M.2 drives and many lower-cost devices are still technically M.2 drives but based on SATA. While early SSD’s were not trusted to have a good lifespan, a great many are still around and working perfectly. What do you do with these devices now that not as many devices support them? Well thanks to ICY DOCK, you can give them a new life in any device that works with 2.5” SATA drives with the EZConvert MB703M2P-B M.2 SATA SSD to 2.5" SATA SSD Adapter.

Posted by ProClockers Hardware Reviews
on Thursday, October 17, 2019 - 8:00am

In 2019, content creation has never been so easy. This holds true for even the least knowledgeable when it comes to skills such as filming and editing. Thanks to sites such as YouTube and Facebook, anyone can upload anything be it home movies, independent journalism or cat videos. One of the key factors that sets good videos apart from the bad is obviously video quality. However, this goes beyond resolution and the f-stop of your lens. You can have beautiful 4k video, shot on a Zeiss cinema lens. But if your footage is shaky, no one will watch it.

Posted by Mike Holsapple
on Tuesday, June 4, 2019 - 8:00am
ORICO Aluminum M.2 NVMe SSD Enclosure

Have you ever had to move large files back and forth, from one computer to the next, but when you look into your drawer all you see are small sized thumb drives and an m.2 SSD.  You sit there and think to yourself, “I wish I could integrate this m.2 into one of the thumb drives.” Enter the Orico NVME M.2 SSD Enclosure. This device turns your NVME SSD into an external hard drive. With its sleek, lightweight compact design, everyone should have one of these on their desks.

Posted by Damon Bailey
on Monday, December 11, 2017 - 8:01am
FLIR ONE PRO

If you’re anything like us, you’ve probably been fascinated with thermal images from the first time you saw your favorite Austrian born actor battling a fictional extraterrestrial trophy hunter in a Guatemalan jungle. Ten points to you if you correctly guessed the name of the 1987 science fiction thriller poorly described above. Outside of some action-packed theatrics, thermal imaging is very real and has an unbelievable amount of uses in the real world. From search and rescue to aviation to preventative maintenance, FLIR has been on the forefront of thermal imaging industry-wide for more than half a century.

 

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on Saturday, April 26, 2014 - 12:29pm

When you start building your own computer, be it entry-level or enthusiast level, you need a screwdriver. While your average screwdriver can do the job, there is something special about this one that makes it a must have for any system builder. One of the problems you sometimes encounter while working inside of a computer case can be the ability to see what you are working on. There have been times where I have had to hold a screwdriver in the one hand, and a flashlight in the other. That poses a risk of damaging parts of your computer. With the Craftsman LED Lighted Ratcheting Screwdriveralt, you can avoid just that! Worried about screws falling off the screwdriver and inside of the computer or poking the wrong parts, this tool will really come in handy.

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on Wednesday, October 26, 2011 - 8:00am

Thermaltake Dr. Power III am sure many of you that frequent friends and family members PC station, the first thing you hear when the PC fails to boot is “I think the power supply is dead”. This may or may not be the case but in order to confirm this is to give the PSU a quick test to see if all the rails are working properly. Several companies have sent their version of this particular type of product to our lab. Today, we will be taking a look at the latest Dr Power II from Thermaltake. The Dr Power II has an over-sized display and able to measure idle rails voltage with pretty good accuracy

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on Wednesday, October 7, 2009 - 4:50am

ps228Last week we reviewed a device that should be in the toolbox of every computer repairman, network tech and enthusiast: the Vantec universal adapter. Truly a bit of hardware to make life much easier. Today, we will be reviewing another product in the same class. Let me introduce you to the PS228 from Coolmax. It has a nice blue backlit LCD listing all the voltage readings for connections on a computer power supply. Furthermore, it sounds an alarm to let you know if anything is wrong.

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