Daily Reviews Summary 01/31/12
Posted on: 01/31/2012 12:03 PM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles, including: Roccat Isku Keyboard, Verbatim Store'n'Go 1 TB USB3.0 Portable Hard Drive reviewed, and ADATA S396 30GB Value Solid State Drive Review

Roccat Isku Keyboard @ Rbmods
There are many kind of keyboards available on the market nowdays. In addition to the traditional wired basic keyboards there are wireless keyboards, media keyboards, and gaming oriented keyboards. Today we will take a look at the gamer oriented keyboard from Roccat which is called “Isku”. Isku offers some unique features which are meant to help gamers to do tricks which are not possible with other keyboards. Let’s take a look how it performs.

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Verbatim Store'n'Go 1 TB USB3.0 Portable Hard Drive reviewed @ Metku.net
Portable Hard Drives are still important and widely used eventhough USB Flash Drives are eating away their market share. This time we'll take a closer look at Verbatim's colorful addition to their Portable Hard Drive lineup.

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ADATA S396 30GB Value Solid State Drive Review @ Tweaktown
You may remember this chart of the SF-2200 Series Client Launch article from about a year. Listed on the far left is the SF-1222, the reigning champion of SATA II, first released in 2010. Just to the right is the challenger, SF-2141. The new SandForce controller is essentially a four channel 2281 with a 64GB capacity limit. On paper the 1222 and 2141 have nearly identical performance other than the IOPS. The newer 2141 doubles sustained read 4K IOPS (from 30K to 60K) and has a 6x increase in burst write 4K IOPS. The new 2141 does still have that 4 channel limit and we'll explore what that means today while testing the new ADATA S396 30GB SSD.

The new ADATA S396 30GB SSD will cost around $60 when it reaches e-tail shelves sometime in the next two weeks. If you do not already have an SSD, the ADATA S396 is built for you. Personally I think if you don't have an SSD now then the issue is not something a new product release can fix. You either have a defect, don't value your time or you have no idea what the hell an SSD is. Then again what do I know about actually buying an SSD with real money.

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Dell XPS 15z Notebook PC Review @ Futurelooks
SteelSeries World of Warcraft MMO Gaming Mouse Review - Legendary Edition @ Legit Reviews
Edimax WD-1000TR Wireless WHDI Caster Review @ eTeknix.com
QPAD MK-85 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard @ techPowerUp
MSI Nighthawk Case Review @ TechwareLabs
Gigabyte Z68XP-UD4 Intel Z68 Motherboard Review @ ThinkComputers.org
Thermaltake Dr. Power II ATX Power Supply Tester Review @ Tweaknews
ASUS VG278H LCD Monitor 3D Vision-2 Kit @ Benchmark Reviews
REVIEW: ADATA S511 120GB SSD @ PureOverclock
Deepcool Gamer Storm Dracula VGA Cooler Review @ Hardware Secrets
News: Come on, feel the video noize @ The Tech Report
The Xbox 720 Rumors @ MEGATechNews
Hands on: Panasonic TZ25 review @ Techradar
Hands on: Panasonic TZ30 review @ Techradar
Review: Disgo Tablet 7000 @ Techradar

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