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Today I test the surprising Posh Mobile Titan HD E500! Looking for a Smartphone? Then you you MUST read our review!
Posh Mobile Titan HD E500 Octa-Core 1.4GHz Smartphone Review @ ModSynergy.com
"Posh Mobile is a new up and coming American mobile phone brand founded in 2014 and owned by PCS Wireless that's focus is offering elegant and stylish GSM mobile devices such as smartphones, phablets and tablets at an affordable price.
Posh Mobile thinks it has the answer with its new Titan HD E500 smartphone. The Titan HD E500 comes with a large 5" 720p HD IPS display, 1.4GHz Octa-Core CPU, 1GB of RAM, 13MP rear camera, 5MP front camera, dual SIM slots supporting 4G HSDPA+, USB OTG support, and runs Android 4.4 KitKat.
The most interesting part is the price. Right now you can purchase them through Amazon USA for $160. Can the Posh Mobile Titan HD E500 be a surprise in today's mobile marketplace?"
EVGA SuperNOVA 550GS and 650GS Gold PSU Review @ PC Perspective
"Both the SuperNOVA 550 GS and 650 GS power supplies exhibited very good voltage regulation on the three primary outputs (+3.3V, +5V and +12V) with relatively low AC ripple and noise. The power supplies feature an excellent assortment of all modular cables and deliver very good efficiency, easily meeting the 80Plus Gold criteria. The 550 GS and 650 GS PSUs incorporate EVGA’s ECO Intelligent Thermal Control System, which allows the power supplies to operate in silent, fan-less mode at low to mid power levels."
Crucial MX200 1TB SSD Review @ OCInside.de
"Who like to assemble a new PC or want to replace the old hard drive with a fast SSD, needs to select the proper size. If you do not know, if 250 GB or 500 GB is really enough capacity, you should read this review of the brand-new MX200 with 1 TB. Because after the previous test of the MX200 with 500 GB we want to test the 1 Terabyte type of the MX200 on OCinside.de today. We compare the Crucial MX200 1 TB SSD CT1000MX200SSD1 with the Crucial C300, m4, M500, M550, MX100, MX200 500 GB, and let many more solid state drives and hard drives compete against it."
SilverStone Precision Series PS11 Case Review @ ThinkComputers.org
"Okay lets stop accentuating the negatives, because there are some good parts as well. For the compromises you do make you get a nice looking case that has a really nice mirrored finish emblem two fully autonomous USB 3.0 Ports and some small amount of foam on the inside of the panels to keep them from vibrating to the heartbeat of your hard drives for $50.00. The engineering is really neat as the whole top panel can be completely removed to easily build inside. Don't worry, there are no mention of the 10 screws that hold the top cover on, in the manual, but if you are fortunate enough to have read this review or you figured out on your own why they used Phillips head screws to hold the top panel instead of rivets, then you can remove them quickly and effortlessly and replace the top back on after the build is completed."
ASUS ZenFone 6 Mobile Review @ KitGuru
"Over the last decade ASUS have built up a reputation in creating quality graphics cards and motherboards, however they have yet to make a massive splash in the mobile phone sector. In for review today is the ASUS ZenFone 6 mobile phone. Priced at just £249.99 for a 6-inch phone, the ZenFone aims for those after the biggest phones without the biggest price tags. Could the ZenFone appeal to those otherwise priced out of the market? "
Crucial MX200 500GB & 1TB Solid State Drive Review @ ThinkComputers.org
“Crucial and its parent company Micron have been in the SSD market from just about when it started. As many of you know Micron makes much of the NAND we see in many different devices and Crucial is Micron’s consumer brand making solid state drives and other storage devices. Last year we took a look at Crucial’s MX100 drive and we were really impressed with not only its performance, but its aggressive pricing as well. Just announced at CES Crucial is back with the MX200 which Crucial says “pushes things even further” and features their new Dynamic Write Acceleration technology. Will this be the SSD to get in 2015? Read on as we find out…"
Crucial MX200 250GB SSD Review @ NikKTech
"Even up to 3-4 years ago none of us here expected to see a time (at least not as fast) when manufacturers would be able to release solid state drives (SSDs) with really good performance levels that would cost as low as USD0.35 per Gigabyte. Of course back then we also didn't expect to see SSD models (at least not for many years to come) that would be able to max-out the SATA III (6Gb/s) standard so i have to say that things turned out much better than we'd hoped (still i think they could had been even better). Further price reductions however as we speak seem to be the primary goal most manufacturers have so more and more models land around the price/capacity mark mentioned earlier in an effort to attract even casual users to the world of SSDs. Crucial just recently released their BX100 and MX200 lines and since we last tested the entry-level BX100 250GB model today we'll be testing their high-end MX200 250GB model."
SilverStone Kublai KL05B Review @ Benchmark Reviews
"If you have ever bought a SilverStone case, you would probably agree that the price can be easily justified by the over-the-top build quality and the unique designs that can only be obtained by buying one of the many cases that SilverStone has available. It has been over a year since SilverStone last released a member of the Kublai series, and when they mentioned to Benchmark Reviews that they were updating this line with the Kublai KL05B-W, we immediately asked for a sample."
Soniq Rock 7 Bluetooth Outdoor Portable Speaker Review @ TweakTown
"This shock and water resistant portable Bluetooth speaker is marketed towards outdoors, but can the sound carry well enough in the wind and rain?"
Silicon Power Slim S80 240GB SSD Review @ The SSD Review
"Silicon Power has been in business since 2003 and is a world-leading producer of flash memory cards, USB drives, card readers, DRAM modules, portable hard drives, and more recently solid-state drives. Back in September of last year, they announced their latest SATA 6Gb/s SSD, the Slim S80 series. Today we have on hand a 240GB version for review."
SilverStone Tundra TD03-E LCS, Water That CPU @ Bjorn3d.com
"Pre-built all-in-one water coolers for today’s hot running CPU’s are all the rage offering good cooling with none of the hassle of custom loop water cooling. Days gone by about all that was to be had been single radiator 120mm single fan that were little better than mid range air cooling systems. Things have changed with the introduction of the SIlverStone Tundra TD03-E all in one liquid cooler. The SilverStone TD03-E is a single radiator with two PWM fans water cooling solution that will have you raising your eyebrows wondering how it cools so well."
[Tech ARP] Samsung Galaxy S6 & S6 Edge Launch Date & Prices
"We just received an email inviting us to the GALAXY S6 and GALAXY S6 Edge launch event next Thursday, the 2nd of April, 2015. This is most likely just the official launch event, with device availability still scheduled for the 10th of April.However, this invitation confirms that we were right about Malaysia being amongst the first countries in the world to receive the new GALAXY S6 and GALAXY S6 Edge smartphones.
We have also identified more launch countries and their launch prices. Check out the updated list..."
Cougar 200K Scissor Gaming Keyboard @ PureOverclock
"Today we’re looking at the Cougar 200K gaming keyboard, an affordable board that sports rather smart styling and a couple of interesting features, such as lighting effects and anti-ghosting technology. We often see such features on expensive keyboards, but Cougar looks to be targeting gamers who are on a tight budget yet still want something capable. Retailing for only $30, let’s see how this keyboard stacks up.”
Tesoro Kuven Devil 7.1 Virtual Gaming Headset Review @ Technology X
"Tesoro Technology is a brand name that most have probably never heard of, that being said they’ve been around since 2011 and are known for making stylish gaming peripherals such as headsets, keyboards, and mice, and are just recently bringing their products to the U.S. and Canada.
Inateck BTSP-10 Plus Bluetooth Speaker Review @ APH Networks
"Another compact, battery powered Bluetooth speaker passes through APH Networks. How will Inateck BTSP-10 Plus fare in our infamous audio analysis?"
Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Review @ Hardware Slave
"Microsoft entered the laptop/tablet market a while ago with mixed success and to be honest, it was a little deserved and a very late entry to boot. Microsoft are not a new company and indeed very good at coming back from the dark side, just look at Windows Vista and Windows 7."
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