Iomega Features Single-Disk Network System EZ Media & Backup Center

Iomega, a renowned manufacturer of networking and external storage hardware, has announced the release of its new single-disk storage network system. Codenamed Iomega EZ Media & Backup Center, this storage system will create a solid base for the advanced management of all available files. Each customer will receive access to photos, video and other files from any computer connected to the home network, and further on, share this content with other customers due to the perfected Iomega Personal Cloud technology.



Iomega Personal Cloud goes along with the storage system and can be used as a security tool. This technology allows the user not only to get remote access to the needed files from every quarter, but also protect all digital content from unauthorized breaches. This is called to ensure that all the operations with the available information (browsing, editing or sharing) is accomplished according to the most updated security measures. The most encouraging news is that the …

MSI AM1I: Motherboard with Military Class 4 Hardware Base

MSI is one of the first manufacturers to introduce a motherboard for the newly launched AMD AM1 platform. The MSI AM1I features rather compact dimensions (170x170 mm) but its mini-ITX form-factor does not affect the specified functional possibilities for entry-level systems. The model supports AMD Athlon/Sempron processors for the above-mentioned socket.



The employment of Military Class 4 hardware base is supposed to be a major advantage of AM1I motherboard. It involves dark chokes, dark capacitors and other crucial components, which are backed by Military Class Essentials technology. The latter is called to protect the PCB from varied unfavorable happenings, i.e. high humidity, electrostatic discharge or high temperatures.


The PCB comes with two DIMM slots for the incorporation of one-channel DDR3 memory modules (up to 32 GB) with 1333/1600 MHz frequency. Storage is organized by means of two SATA III 6 Gb/sec ports, whereas expansion of functional is due to two PCI …

Galax Shows One of the Tiniest External Video Cards Enclosures Holding GeForce GTX 1060

During the last Computex event, the Galax vendor exhibited its external graphics card version. As distinguished from most other manufacturers, showing dock stations for GPUs, Galax displayed the ready-assembled device, which is so small that you can take it to be a mini PC.



The product is called Galax SNPR External Graphics Card Enclosure. It has already been equipped with the GeForce GTX 1060 graphics accelerator, which is more likely than not built on a special printed circuit board with the express aim of being utilized in such a dock unit.


To minimize the ready-made solution dimensions to the greatest possible extent Galaxy elected not to install an internal power supply. The product is powered by a 45 W outer unit. On the back side of SNPR External Graphics Card Enclosure one can notice DVI-D, HDMI and DisplayPort connectors, alongside with Thunderbolt 3, enabling users to link this device to a computer. On the front panel there’s a power button, which indicates when …
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