StorageReview is one of my all time favorite tech review sites. Recently they reviewed a very interesting product from a company that I had never heard of “WiebeTech”. Weird name, cool products. 🙂 Here’s a link to the heavy duty 2-bay RAID 0 (striping for performance) or RAID 1 (mirroring for data protection) enclosure. It is built TOUGH! WiebeTech RTX 220H-QR Review | StorageReview.comhttp://www.storagereview.com/wiebetech_rtx_220hqr_reviewThe WiebeTech RTX 220-QR is a DAS unit not quite like anything else we’ve had in for
In the photo: Nikon D7000 w/ 28-80mm f/3.3-5.6G silver lens My thoughts: looks a little like a super-zoom point and shoot 🙂
Saw this at BestBuy last week. It looked nice in person, a sort of mix between Transformers and Thor armor. 🙂
Caption: For the novice trapper. trap your own mosquito fur and make a furcoat! Fun present!
Workout: 5:56 PM 6/20/2011 After a week and a half of sporadic working out, I am back to my regular consistent routine and very happy about it! Results of the fit test: switch kicks 94 power jacks 46 power knees 97 power jumps 26 globe jumps 9 suicide jumps 14 pushup jacks 30 low plank oblique 80/2 = 40
Hello, what is the best resolution (image size) for me to put photos onto my iPod touch 4th generation? Answer: 960×640 More info: Digital displays generally have a “native resolution” consisting of a certain number of pixels, for example: the iPod touch 4th generation (and the iPhone 4G) display resolution is 960×640.There are actually 960 columns by 640 rows of pixels, or 960 times 640 = 614,400 pixels. Therefore, since your iPod’s display resolution is 960×640 for ideal image display
HP Envy 14 14.5″ Radiance display Sony VAIO PCZ +13.1″ -Runs too hot -Short battery life +Internal DVD drive Dell XPS L501x (1080p B+GR) Dell XPS L501x: DISPLAY An Excellent Mainstream Notebook – AnandTech http://www.anandtech.com/show/3999/dell-xps-15-l501x-review/6Wrapping up the test results, we have the B+GR LED (i.e. WLED) backlit 1080p display. We can’t comment on the standard 768p panel, but considering all the results we’ve… […] we’re awarding the Dell XPS L501x our Gold Editors’ Choice award—but only with the $130 1080p