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#FellowesInc: The Ultimate in Shredder Innovation

This post brought to you by Fellowes. All opinions are 100% mine. If you are just throwing the documents or papers, your CD’s or DVD data, even your credit card in the thrash which you don’t need anymore, then believe me or not, it’s not absolutely safe for you. In case, if you own a business, and often throw your useless official documents and papers in the thrash without getting it shredded, then it can really turn out to be harmful for you since anyone can pick them up and perform miserable things with them to harm you or your ...

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RAID Data Recovery Services

If you’re a big corporate house, you must know about Raid 5 data recovery because RAID is a kind of storage commonly seen in corporate high end computers. Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) is a technology that allows multiple disks to divide and replicate data, thus, perform collective functioning. However, the operating system as well as the user sees it as a single disk. The amazing thing about this technology is that even one of the disks fails; the others continue to work normally. However, when this disk fails or crashes, it is important to restore its function so ...

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Razer Hydra, with Sixsense Technology Motion Control

At this time motion control is an important part in the games console, games consoles like the Wii, Xbox Kinect, or PlayStation. Razer is a company that producing gaming peripherals for the game lovers, who had previously been issued a motion control on the Xbox game console, the Razer Onza. Now Razer again presents the motion control a pretty unique and different from the motion control in general, the Razer Hydra which is supported by Sixsense technology. Form and design of motion control devices Razer Hydra is quite interesting, looks like Nintendo’s Wii motion controls in which only grasped with ...

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Calibre X560 DF Testbed

Calibre is known as a manufacturer of premium-class graphics card. In addition, some models come with the card is also pre-overclocked speed with high-performance certainly. Calibre also provide a different cooling design to support the performance and appeal of his cards. The third advantage is the reason why the card from Calibre are so favored by the enthusiast. Design Calibre GTX 560 DF using aluminum heatsink with dual fans (DF). Display full output interface makes it easy for you to choose your screen. There is Two 6-pin port as an interface for this card resource. Luxury Mono cooler technology is ...

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GIGABYTE H61N-USB3, a Motherboard with Multimedia Features

To be able to maintain quality of multimedia HD, GIGABYTE offers Super4 ™ 7.1 Surround Sound System on the motherboard GIGABYTE H61N-USB3 supported by converter features 108dB Signal-to-Noise, which can produce very good audio quality with low levels of noise and hiss when enjoying HD content. GIGABYTE H61N-USB3 have RAM socket supporting two DDR3 DIMMs and can also load on system memory up to 16GB, with speeds ranging from 800MHz to 1333MHz. GIGABYTE H61N-USB3 has also been integrated with a D-Sub port, a DVI-D port, and an HDMI port that supports a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels, so ...

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Ultra-Secure DataTraveler 6000 USB Flash Drive from Kingston

Kingston announced the presence of Data Traveler 6000 (DT6000) USB Flash Drive that able to provide protection for sensitive data with the support of Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPSS) 140-2 Level 3 Validation and 100 percent encryption. Usb Flash Drive DT6000 meet regulatory data-at-rest and is the safest usb flash drives available on the market today. Kingston DT6000 uses Secured by Syprus Technology’s patented encryption and supports 256-bit AES-based hardware using XTS block cipher mode. XTS is the latest generation technologies that deliver the strongest protection compared to other block cipher modes like CBC and ECB. DT6000 use ‘military-grade’ elliptic ...

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6 Guide for Buying Memory Card Reader / Writer

This one object is as important as the memory card. Important because it helps us to move data from memory card to your PC or vice versa. All the data we have the photos, work files, tasks campus, could easily switch places because the memory card reader / writer of this. If we do not have it, try carefully before buying. There are many types and brands of memory card reader / writer is available in various places. What should we expect? 1. Read info specifications listed in product packaging On certain products are clearly given any memory card that ...

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Enjoy the Home Theater and Game with the Asus ENGT430

Asus today introduced the newest products that add to the ranks of DirectX ® 11 graphics card from Asus product series with the Fermi ENGT430/DI/1GD3 (LP). Using graphics processors NVIDIA ® GeForce ® GT430, graphics card PCI-Express ® 2.0 support, ASUS ENGT430/DI/1GD3 (LP) is designed by ASUS that is ideal for home theater and gaming connoisseurs. With a low profile PCB (printed circuit board), ASUS ENGT430 equipped with NVIDIA ® PureVideo ™ engine that can accelerate Blu-ray media 3D. Graphics Card ASUS ENGT430/DI/1GD3 (LP) using quality components, such as Dust-Proof ASUS fan anti-dust, GPU Guard, and Fuse Protection ensures ASUS ...

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Tips to Protect Hard Disk Crash

As the storage capacity of the hard disk has increased, the number of crashes also increased accordingly. HDD is the largest data storage device in a PC. Companies are now also coming with hard drives with huge data storage capacity. And if the hard drive crashes you lose your important data. But you can protect hard disk crash. In this article we have discussed about common reasons for HDD crashes and how to protect the hard drive from crashes. Following are some of the reasons for which hard drive crashes: 1. Viruses are one major cause of hard drive crash. ...

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10 reasons why PC's crash you must to Know

it says: Fatal error: the system has become unstable or is busy, Enter to return to Windows or press Control-Alt-Delete to restart your computer. If you do this you will lose any unsaved information in all open applications. You have just been struck by the Blue Screen of Death. Anyone who uses Microsoft Windows will be familiar with this. What can you do? More importantly, how can you prevent it happening? 1. Hardware conflict The number one reason why Windows crashes is hardware conflict. Each hardware device communicates to other devices through an interrupt request channel (IRQ). These are supposed ...

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