Being human, we love things supersized, whether it’s an SUV, a burger or a hard drive. Seagate Technology, one of the biggest players in the storage realm, has now unveiled the first-of-its kind 8TB hard disk drive that promises to store all you’ve got, without a whimper. According to Seagate, “the 8TB hard disk drive provides scale-out data infrastructures with supersized-capacity, energy-efficiency and the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) in the industry for cloud content.”
Has your computer finally run out of sufficient disk-space to store all your Game of Thrones episodes, movies and downloaded music? Sony comes to the rescue! The electronics manufacturer has recently shown-off its newest addition to its line of Hard Disk Drives (HDD), the PSZ-HA2T! Designed especially for professionals who need high-speed and highly reliable data storage for back-up and transfer of content, the PSZ-HA2T is compact, snazzy and extremely practical. The device comes with a memory capacity of 2TB and boasts a transfer speed of 120MB/s.
Recent scandals involving the National Security Agency (NSA) in the United States have made countries more cautious about the security systems they have put in place.
No. One of the world’s most loved operating systems, the good ol’ Windows XP, isn’t dead yet. With a simple registry edit, your XP OS can now receive five years of Microsoft updates! All you need on your hand is 15 seconds, a keyboard and a sense of navigation to do this. To edit the registry file and help your XP live on, open regedit and find your way to HKLM\Sytem\WPA. Once you’re there, create a new key called PosReady, click on the new key and add a new DWORD value, setting it to 1. And that’s about it! When you’re done, the Windows Update tool will no longer recognize your PC as a Windows XP computer while searching for Microsoft patches online.
Dell seems to love the environment more than we ever imagined and has gone all eco-friendly with its latest initiative. The technology giant has introduced new environment-friendly packaging made from Newlight Technologies’ carbon-negative AirCarbon material. The first company in the IT industry to introduce carbon-negative packaging, Dell is looking forward to a lighter carbon footprint along the road ahead. And that’s not where it all ends. The company has also announced the use of UL-Environment certified closed-loop recycled plastics in the manufacturing of computers and has joined hands with Wistron GreenTech, a global original design manufacturer, to do so.
Looking for the perfect tool to help you with the multitude of school projects and examinations piled on your shoulders? Dell has the answer! The company has recently unveiled its swanky new Dell Inspiron 5000 Series Laptops and All-in-One Desktops, specially built for student and family use. The Dell Inspiron 14, 15 and 17 5000 Series laptops pack displays that are more than just a ton of eye-candy, backlit keyboards and slimmer bodies. The Dell Inspiron 20 3000 Series and 23 5000 Series All-in-One PCs on the other hand are aimed towards family-usage and come with Full HD display with sleek, edge-to-edge glass with optional 10-finger capacitive touch.
Building a super-computer isn’t half as easy as it sounds. While capes and masks haven’t worked on previous account, here’s an assured way to beef up your workstation and make give it enough punch to make everything else look diminutive and insignificant. Created with the thunders from Greek Gods and lava from the hottest regions of hades, Nvidia unleashed GeForce GTX Titan Z just a short while ago. This graphic card is the demigod of them all, complete with 5,760 CUDA cores, 12GB GDDR5 VRAM and a price tag high enough to make Olympus shudder, $2,999!
Gamers ahoy! We bring good tidings to your gaming rig! One of the world’s biggest manufacturers of gaming hardware and solutions, MSI, has recently announced a complete lineup topped with XSplit Gamecaster by SplitmediaLabs! For those without the knowhow, XSplit Gamecaster is a popular free streaming and recording software that makes live streaming a breeze for gamers. The XSplit Gamecaster application will come with MSI’s latest GP Dominator, GS Stealth, GE Apache and GP Leopard gaming notebooks.
In a digital world that’s ever-exploding with fresh and new content, saving all of this on a personal computer, a laptop or other portable devices can get quite difficult, due to space crunches. That’s where Seagate’s newest brainchild proves handy. The manufacturer has unveiled the second generation of its sleek external storage lineup, Seagate Backup Plus Slim. The external hard drives come with a svelte compact design and superspeed USB 3.0 interface, making them the best tool to store photos, videos and other files from all your digital devices.
Nope, an Alienware laptop isn’t your only option to a world of non-lagging gaming. ASUS Republic of Gamers jumped ahead of many of its peers in the world of computing with its latest releases, the G750JZ, G750JM and G750JS gaming notebooks. These sleek and extremely high-powered G-Series gamer-centric notebooks are crafted keeping a gamer’s needs in mind. The notebooks pack a 4th-generation Intel® Core™ i7-4700 processor and swanky NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 800M Series GPUs. To top it all, the new G750 series notebooks also come with exclusive ASUS TurboMaster GPU-overclocking technology.