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Intel and Micron team up to launch a new class of computer memory

 

"The decade-long partnership between Intel and Micron to build better NAND (or Flash) memory used in solid-state drives has yielded an entirely new form of computer memory. This is a big deal. It’s as if a 10-year effort by Ford and GM to build a better car also produced a Segway..." ~ "The two companies are calling their new memory 3D XPoint memory (pronounce 3D crosspoint memory) because its structure creates an lattice-like stacked layer of wires that looks like Xes when viewed from above. It combines properties of NAND Flash memory that is currently used inside solid state drives (SSDs) inside computers and phones, but it is 1,000 times faster and can last through 1,000 times more data writes..." Read More!

Video Review: HIS R9 380 IceQ X2 OC 2GB Video Card

 

The HIS R9 380 IceQ X2 OC 2GB Video Card's core speed is 990MHz and the 2GB of GDDR5 256 bit memory is 5.5GHz DDR. It comes with 112 texture mapping units, 28 texture units and 32 raster operations, the pixel fillrate is 31.7 Gpixels/s, the texture fillrate is 111 GTexels/s, Floating-point performance is 3,548 GFLOPS and the memory bandwidth is 176 GB/s.

Video Review: Thonet & Vander Rätsel Bluetooth 2.1 Speaker System

 

The German-engineered Thonet & Vander Rätsel 2.1 Speaker System comes with a sub that has a 6.5" woofer and two satellites with 3" mid range and .5" tweeter drivers in each. As well, it's Bluetooth capable, looks sharp, easy to setup, performs brilliantly and is affordable. Crank it up and dance like nobody's watching!

Video Review: Tt eSPORTS Shock Console Gaming Headset

 

The Tt eSPORTS Shock Console is a headset that's compatible with the PC and gaming consoles. So if you have an XBOX One, XBOX 360, PlayStation 3 or a PlayStation 4, you're in luck. As well, it looks sharp, is affordable, comes with 40mm drivers, and a great omni-directional mic.

Video Review: Compro TN900RW 720p Cloud Network Camera

 

The Compro TN900RW isn't your average cloud network camera, not by a long shot. It's capable of 720p, has exceptional pan and tilt angles, motion/audio detection, temperature sensor, wireless N, easy to setup and home automation configurable as well.