Router TP-Link Nano TL-WR702N Review

Wi-Fi technology has got wide prevalence in recent years, offering convenient and efficient Internet connection. Nevertheless, when it comes about traveling to the remote sites, Wi-Fi connection might be poor or absent at all. The release of router TP-Link Nano TL-WR702N was called to solve the problem of poor signal or connectivity while on move. It enables the creation of a separate Internet access point or the amplification of the available signal.

Layout and Destination

TP-Link Nano TL-WR702N has been developed with good portability and simplicity of use in mind. It goes in blue, green and pink colors. The major peculiarity of this router is its dimensions: it's the most compact wireless model in the market which can be easily transported due to the hand-size properties. Irrespective of the size, the router proves to show outstanding efficiency in the accomplishment of all basic wireless applications.

Model Nano TL-WR702N is a multi-functional wireless network …

Motherboard Biostar Hi-Fi Z87X 3D Review

When all the turmoil connected with the launch of new Intel Haswell processors becalmed, potential customers could finally get their own opinion about CPU facilities and decide whether an upgrade is a sensible move. A flagship motherboard from Biostar, entitled Hi-Fi Z87X 3D, proves that it worth the effort. Biostar was one of the first manufacturers in the market to pay much attention to audio subsystem. Hence, all the best audio elaborations have been aptly implemented in its flagship board.

General Specifications

Biostar Hi-Fi Z87X 3D positions itself as the motherboard for overclocking, featuring:

— chipset: Intel Z87;

— form-factor: ATX, dimensions – 305x244 mm;

— socket and supported processors: Socket 1150, Intel Haswell Pentium, Core i3/i5/i7;

— built-in graphics core: Intel HD Graphics 4600;

— memory: type – DDR3, capacity – up to 32 GB, clock frequencies – 1066 MHz – 2800 (OC) MHz;

— expansion slots: three PCI-e 2.0 x1, two …

Kingston and Adata Come up with M.2 SSDs

Within the framework of Computex 2014 both Kingston and Adata are going to introduce their fresh SSD series of M.2 form-factor. In keeping with the manufacturers’ words, the products – SM2280S2 and SR1020NP — are differentiated by some spectacular performance. At present the companies provide only basic info about the drives, leaving their fans in suspense.

Kingston SM2280S3 is based on Phison PS3108 that supports SATA 6 Gb/sec interface only. It ensures 540 MB/sec and 514 MB/sec speed on sequential Read/Write operations. For sure, it’s not the performance innovative M.2 drives should demonstrate (about 10 Gb/sec), although the model considerably surpasses traditional HDDs in this respect.

This SSD series is represented by three models of 120 GB, 240 GB and 480 GB capacity. All of them employ DDR3 cache-memory with the minimal 256 MB capacity. Besides, the difference in efficiency between other M.2 offers Kingston promises to compensate by a more affordable price.
Get computer-assisted driver search with our brand utility *
* The Utility requires installation. Upon installation and running DevID Agent will detect
which devices require drivers and which drivers require updates.
The Utility doesn't contain viruses or malicious code
Registered at: 10 June 2012, 10:12
Last visit: 10 June 2012, 10:12