By Jessie Lawrence posted Aug 23rd 2010
Hey guys, hopefully you all were able to navigate the online mine field that is April Fool's Day without tripping on any gags. There were some pretty good tricks out there, like what the guys at Blizzard and Google did. There were some stinkers as well, but we're not going to name any names. Let's just say that we're not going to incorporate any "RTFM" chips into our products any time soon.
But enough fooling around. Lets get to the reviews!
"We don't need to make the conclusion any longer than need, the Nova V128 with its price tag of just over 300 EUR is an enormously competitive product in its category, it's a splendid SSD and we notice them in good availability at this very moment already."
"Hardened against prying prying eyes, tampering, kinetic shock and general tomfoolery, the Padlock 2 covers all the essentials of of data security. Better still, the keypad design is built from the ground up to be cross-platform with no unlocking software required and will even work with embedded platforms."
"The Corsair Force is a solid product that is capable of outperforming last generation mainstream products at a price that is on par with what we were paying for drives just a few months ago."
"If you regularly carry around a USB stick that contains personal documents or worse yet, portable applications such as Firefox and that have username/password details for websites stored in them, then you REALLY need to start thinking about a device such as the Padlock 2."
That's it for me this week. Enjoy the weekend. Happy Easter!