SanDisk's Ultra Fit 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive may be fingernail-sized, but it packs plenty of storage, all for $29.99, today only, originally priced at $79.99. This ultra-small, low-profile drive stays put for extra storage or moves media super-fast between devices. Product page. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Toshiba's Canvio Connect II 2TB Portable Hard Drive is not only rugged, but has plenty of storage for all of your files, and you can pick one up for just $79.99 shipped, today only, originally $189. Access and share content from any device anywhere via the internet. Using the free download of PogoPlug PC software easily upload and download content from any device. Canvio Connect II is pocket-sized and easy to carry. Product page. Continue reading for a video on how to disassemble it, should you need to expand storage.
If you don't regularly dust your computer, it could be mistaken for an ancient Greek city, and not in a good way. For example, this person appears to have left a computer sitting out in a dusty garage or warehouse for at least 3-5 years before removing its case to see just how much grim has accumulated. Fortunately, things worked out for the best and this image has gone viral online. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny autocorrect texts gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing how to weaponize a beard by turning it into a slingshot.
In 1973, IBM introduced the IBM 3340 "Winchester" disk drive, the first significant commercial use of low mass and low load heads with lubricated platters. This technology and its derivatives remained the standard through 2011. This particular model weighs around 80-pounds, can store 3.78GB of data, and costs $250,000. It was used primarily by banks to store account data. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Vilros' Raspberry Pi 2 Model B Complete Starter Kit is perfect for building your own mini computer, game console, etc., and you can pick one up for just $58.49 with coupon code: AY2SHMY9, today only, originally priced at $139.99. This kit includes the new RPI2 Model B quad-core 900-MHz processor, along with 1GB of RAM, an enclosure, 8GB SD card loaded with NOOBS software and lots more. Product page - be sure to enter coupon code: AY2SHMY9 during final checkout to receive the additional discount. Continue reading for a video unboxing and more information.
HooToo's TripMate Nano is a wireless router / media streamer / personal cloud that goes anywhere, and you can get one for just $14.99 with coupon code: BRQQQI64, this weekend only, originally priced at $99.99. It's basically one chocolate bar sized travel router with 3 different router modes, it's like having a regular router with you minus the bulkiness. In a hotel, office, or business meeting, TripMate Nano is the missing bridge between network and your devices. Product page - be sure to enter coupon code: BRQQQI64 during final checkout to receive the additional discount. Continue reading for an in-depth video review and more information.
Let's face it, server rooms can get messy, especially when dealing with cables. However, when they're probably organized, it's an entirely different story. These admins decided to show off their work with these snapshots, starting with the before and after images above. A few of them may have only taken a few hours, while others might have been week-long jobs. Continue reading to see them all. Click here to view a few bonus setups.
Sony's 32GB Class 10 microSDHC is perfect for use in cameras, smartphones, and more - get one for $8.59, today only, originally $23.29. These UHS-1 microSDHC/SDXC Memory Cards are designed to expand your storage and deliver the speed you need to capture fast action photos and videos. Product page. Continue reading for more information.
Priced at $2995 ($6841.40 in today's dollars), the Hewlett-Packard HP 110, also known as the HP Portable, was basically an MS-DOS compatible laptop released in 1984. It featured a Harris 80C86 running at 5.33-MHz with 272 KB of RAM, and had an 80 character by 16 line monochrome (480 x 128 pixel) liquid crystal display. The device ran MS-DOS 2.11, and had the application programs MemoMaker, Terminal Emulator and Lotus 123 in ROM. Its LCD could be tilted for better viewing, or just folded down over the keyboard for easy transport. Continue reading for more fascinating historical pictures.
Razer may be known for their computer peripherals, but their latest creation is aimed at the ultrabook market. Introducing the $999 (base model) Razer Blade Stealth, a 2.75-pound, 0.52-inch thick laptop that boasts an Intel Core i7 Skylake processor, 12.5" high-res touchscreen display (2560 x 1440), 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of PCIe storage. For intense gaming, simply connect it via Thunderbolt 3 port to the Razer Core graphics dock, which offers a double-wide, full-length PCIe NVIDIA or AMD graphics card, extra ports, a separate power supply, and most importantly, plenty of heat dissipation. Continue reading for two more hands-on videos. Click here for more images.