DAS Promise Pegasus R4 Review

Data storage units have become an integral part of PC hardware in recent years. Such conjuncture is simply explained by the rising necessity to store huge amounts of information and transfer the data to various devices. NAS and DAS units have been developed with the intention to solve all storage problems, however, the efficiency of their work is much dependent on the interfaces they use for data transfer. USB 2.0 interfaces are unable to cope with voluminous info; the prevalent now USB 3.0 and eSATA interfaces are efficient only for a single winchester. But when it comes to the management of really huge data blocks, there appears a need for a more advanced solution. Promise Technology dares to solve all vital issues by releasing DAS Pegasus R4 with Thunderbolt interface which is notable for the high and stable data transfer speed with the retention of compatibility.



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DAS Promise Pegasus R4 series does not differ so much in design terms from other …

Flash Drives Apacer: USB 3.0 suite any taste

A new line of USB Flash Drives Apacer is exceptional by performance, because they are all designed to work with interface USB 3.0. The capacity, structure and design of these tiny but useful drives, each user is free to choose independently. The entire range of flash drives with a USB interface by Apacer company is divided into three categories: ultra compact flash, flash cards with lockable cap and stick with retractable connector. They all differ from previous models because of operation with an interface USB 3.0.



Cardboard packaging of flash drives is simple. Extremely simple in appearance and completely flat carton of each flashcards contains nothing superfluous.


Metal case of model Apacer AH152 attracts by unusual shape, small size and bright golden colour. USB-port of drive Apacer AH152 is unprotected in harsh reality of pocket life. The model is interesting primarily by its miniaturization, which was gained by usage of technology Chip-On-Board. In Apacer claim that …

SilverStone Readies 8-Bay CS380 NAS PC Case

SilverStone is about to release a standalone solution – a PC case with 8 bays for NAS or HDD/SSD subsystem. The CS380 boasts sleek design and is made of steel & plastic. Featuring 487.5x426.5x215.3 mm dimensions, internal layout is targeting ATX motherboards with up to 7 expansion slots. The recommended retail price makes up 121 EUR.



SilverStone CS380 comes fitted with three 120-mm fans: one is situated on the rear panel, while the two others – on the side panel. Their ultimate rotational speed approximates 1200 RPM. The chassis supports PS/2 ATX power supply units, 241-mm long graphics card and 146-mm high CPU cooler.


One of the key attractions of the NAS case is the frontal panel. It looks like a door with a lock which hides 8 disc bays, the external I/O panel with two USB 3.0 ports and two 3.5-mm audio jacks as well as a Power button. Furthermore, the drives support hot swapping function – thus, the user can retrieve the item any time during the operation.
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