Logitec Starts Selling Three New DVD Drives

Japanese manufacturer Logitec started a sales campaign of its three portative DVD drives. The drives have been codenamed LDV-PA8U2VBK, LDR-PMF8U2V and LDR-PMF8U3L. All three models boast the availability of correspondence to Windows 8 certificates; this implies that users won't encounter any complications in their attempts to install the drives into the systems based on Windows 8 OS. According to the average price estimates, LDV-PA8U2VBK model will cost approximately $63, LDR-PMF8U2V — $60, and LDR-PMF8U3L — $67.

The released models feature a lot of common, as well as, unique characteristics. Thus, LDV-PA8U2VBK model is a DVD-ROM drive supporting USB 2.0 interface. It features 132x146x15 mm dimensions and provides the users with Nero Kwik Media and Kiwi DVD licenses.

To continue, LDR-PMF8U2V model serves DVD RW/DVD-RAM drive means. It also supports USB 2.0 interface and is delivered with Nero 12 Essentials license. This DVD drive is notable for 136x142x19 mm dimensions …

Gigabyte Showcases GA-Z170X Gaming 3 Mainboard

Gigabyte expands its line of gaming products with a new ATX motherboard, entitled GA-Z170X Gaming 3. The key peculiarity ascribed to the model is the support for the latest Intel Skylake-S CPU (14 nm) with LGA 1151 socket. The new-comer takes Intel Z170 chipset as the basis and draws power via 24-pin ATX as well as 8-pin EPS power sockets. Besides, the board belongs to the mainstream customer segment, so its price won’t go higher than $188.

Gigabyte GA-Z170X Gaming 3 is furnished with 7-phase VRM, four slots for DDR4-3400 MHz RAM (two-channel) of up to 64 GB capacity, a pair of PCIe 3.0 x16 slots for the installation of graphics cards (support for CrossFireX and SLI configurations), a single PCIe 3.0 x4 slot, and three PCIe 3.0 x1 slots.

Storage subsystem might be organized due to six SATA III ports (bandwidth – 6 Gb/sec), three SATA Express ports (bandwidth – up to 16 Gb/sec), and a couple of M.2 slots with bandwidth index up to 32 Gb/sec.

In addition, this …

Silicon Power Amplifies Its SSD Line with Slim S50 Series

Silicon Power, a renowned Taiwanese designer of various storage solutions, amplifies its solid-state drives line with a new series, entitled Slim S50. This series is introduced by four models of 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB capacity. All of them are housed in a really slim black casing (7mm) that owns vibration-proof and shock-proof properties. The drives are characterized by the employment of a high-speed SATA III 6Gb/sec interface.

Whatever the model is under consideration, Slim S50 drives demonstrate compatibility with PCs of various form-factor, including the most advanced and compact ultrabooks. Along with the exponential physical properties, these SSDs are ready to provide the customers with a stable and utmost performance.

Thus, the maximal sequential reading speed equals to 530Mb/sec, while the speed on sequential writing speed approximates 200Mb/sec. Unfortunately, Silicon Power does not specify the showings on random Read/Write operations; there is also no …
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