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#1 Virtual Drive, Inc.

Virtual Drive is currently the top rated contender for Free FTP Server & Online Storage services that we have evaluated. They also are leading in online backup solutions to ensure your files security online. 

#2 YouSendIt, Inc.

YouSendIt has been a leader in File Transfer for quite some time, but fell to the #2 position after our extensive review and public reaction to their file transfer services.  

BitFenix PandoraSlap your mug on BitFenix’s Pandora chassis

BitFenix today announced the release of its Pandora, a stylish and relative compact case made of brushed aluminum. In addition to its unique looks, the Pandora sports an integrated LCD panel (TFT) that measures 2.4 inches and is hidden discreetly behind the front panel. You can download software from BitFenix that allows you to upload your own images using a drag-and-drop interface.

“Simply connect the USB cable to your motherboard, download the software from the BitFenix website, and drag your picture file onto the software. In seconds, your image file will be displayed in full color – an easy and novel new way to add your own personal touch to your PC,” BitFenix explains.

The design of the Pandora is inspired by the fact that an increasing number of PC users are plopping their rigs in the living room. To accommodate this trend, BitFenix wanted Pandora to look more like a modern entertainment appliance than a traditional PC. Mission accomplished, though it doesn’t come at the expense of DIY amenities.

Pandora sports an optional side window. It has three 2.5-inch drive bays, two 3.5-inch bays, a 120mm top cooling fan, 120mm front cooling fan (with an optional mount for one more), five PCI slots, USB 3.0 and 2.0 support, and cable management cutouts. The case supports micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards.

Pandora should be available soon; no word yet on price.

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Waiting on a slow computer to finish a task can set your whole day back. Before you know it, you’re late for your dentist appointment, and because your dentist is now hurried, he forgets to shoot your cheek full of Novocaine before drilling into your cavity. Ouch! How can you avoid such an unpleasant trip to the dentist? By checking out today’s top deal for a wicked fast Samsung 840 Evo 500GB Solid State Drive for $210 with free shipping (normally $350 – use coupon code: [EMCPAWB26]). That’s a steal, but no worry, nobody will press charges.

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Asus 27-inch 1920×1080 2ms Full HD HDMI LED Backlight LCD Monitor for $200 with free shipping (normally $240 – use coupon code: [EMCPAWD58]; Additional $20 Mail-in rebate)

WD Black Series 3TB 7200 RPM 64MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5-inch Internal Hard Drive for $150 with free shipping (normally $180 – use coupon code: [EMCPAWB27])

Intel Core i5-4690 Haswell Quad-Core 3.5GHz LGA 1150 84W Desktop Processor for $210 with free shipping (normally $225 – use coupon code: [EMCPAWB29])

Asus Radeon R9 280 3GB 384-Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 HDCP Ready for $190 with free shipping (normally $225 – use coupon code: [EMCPAWB35]; Additional $20 Mail-in rebate)

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ShrikeUpgraded rodent now features an 8200 DPI laser sensor

Gaming peripheral maker Tesoro went back and updated its Shrike Laser Gaming Mouse with a few improvements, including an upgraded 8200 DPI sensor (up from 5600 DPI). The updated Shrike also features an updated programmable software UI, improved RGB LED lighting, and new color options. There are now five color choices for the Shrike to match your setup — black, orange, white, yellow, and brushed silver.

Never heard of the Shrike? It’s a rodent designed mostly for first person shooter fans. It has 128kb of built-in memory, an adjustable weight system, 8 fully programmable and independent buttons, high-speed motion detection and acceleration, 1,000Hz Ultrapolling, shooting speed control, rubberized thumb grip, and an adjustable full color LED.

With the updated software, Tesoro says its easier than before the customize and program the Shrike, both in terms of its LED lighting and creating macros.

No word on price or availability, though as a point of reference, the original Shrike (H2L) goes for about $50 street. If searching for the newer model, look for model number TS-H2LV2.

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Samsung 20nm 6GbLook for thinner, longer lasting mobile gadgets

Samsung said it has begun mass producing its 6-gigabit (Gb) low-power double data rate 3 (LPDDR3) mobile DRAM based on its 20-nanometer process technology (not to be confused with 20nm-class, which could mean anywhere from 20nm to 29nm). Why should you care? The new mobile memory chip is more efficient, which in turn will enable longer battery life in mobile devices. It could also lead to slimmer, less expensive mobile products.

The new 6Gb LPDDR3 has a per-pin data transfer rate of up to 2,133 megabits per second (Mbps). It takes four of them to comprise a 3GB package, which Samsung says is more than 20 percent smaller and consumes 10 percent less energy than the currently available 3GB package using the company’s previously lowest process technology. The end product is an improvement in every way — mobile memory based on Samsung’s 20nm process is smaller, thinner, faster, and more power efficient.

“Our new 20nm 6Gb LPDDR3 DRAM provides the most advanced mobile memory solution for the rapidly expanding high-performance mobile DRAM market,” said Jeeho Baek, vice president, memory marketing, Samsung Electronics. “We are working closely with our global customers to offer next-generation mobile memory solutions that can be applied to a more extensive range of markets ranging from the premium to standard segments.”

Samsung says its new 20nm process brings about more than a 30 percent productivity gain. With that being the case, they should be cheaper to produce and could ultimately lead to price savings for the end user.

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Kindle FireLook who’s ready for the holiday shopping season

Amazon decided that releasing a new Kindle Fire HD tablet wouldn’t be enough, so the e-tailer went and added more than half a dozen new slates and e-readers. It begins with the introduction of two brand new Kindles starting at $79 (Kindle) and $199 (Kindle Voyage). The Kindle Voyage ups the ante with the thinnest design yet for a Kindle device (0.30 inches) and a next generation paperwhite display.

The $79 Kindle ($99 without Special Offers) is upgraded with a 20 percent faster processor, twice the amount of storage, and a touch interface. And starting at $199 (or $219 without Special Offers) for the Wi-Fi version and $269 for the Wi-Fi + 3G (or $289 without Special Offers), the Kindle Voyage comes with a built-in light with adaptive light sensor, 300 pixels per inch display (versus 167 on the standard Kindle), and PagePress sensor that makes it easier to turn pages.

Moving on, Amazon also released a pair of Fire HD Kids Edition tablets backed by 2-year “worry-free” guarantees — if little Billy breaks his tablet, Amazon will replace it, no questions asked. The Fire HD Kids Edition comes in 6-inch ($149) and 7-inch ($189) models with choice of a blue, green, or pink kid-proof case.

Billed as a real tablet and not a toy, the Fire HD Kids Edition wields a quad-core processor, HD display, front- and rear-facing cameras, Dolby Digital audio, and access to Amazon’s content ecosystem.

If you’re keeping count, we’re up to four new devices with three more to go. Two of them belong to the all-new Fire HD category. These are also available in 6-inch (starting at $99) and 7-inch (starting at $139, available in October) models with 8GB and 16GB capacity options. According to Amazon, the 1.5GHz quad-core processor stuffed inside these slates has 3x the graphics performance of the Samsung Tab 4.

Finally, there’s the all new Fire HDX 8.9 powered by the latest generation quad-core 2.5GHz processor with a 70 percent faster graphics engine than the previous version. Amazon says it’s 20 percent lighter than the iPad Air, and it’s the first tablet with Dolby Atmos, which creates a new mobile headphone experience with multidimensional sound that flows above and around you, the company says. Pricing starts at $379.

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