We just finished up our second podcast with the folks at TechVi. In this installments we talk about our recent performance tests on USB 3.0 and SATA 6G drives, Dave breaks down a "consumer level" $800 SSD with massive performance, plus two new notebooks running Intel’s CULV processors and a deep look at the Moto Droid.
Show Notes:0:20 — USB 3.0 Performance Preview1:30 — FusionIO PCI Express SSD4:05 — CULV Notebooks5:15 — Motorola Droid
Great stuff. Keep it up.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
Thanks bud! They'll be coming every week!
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I enjoyed the last one. But I felt sad when I realized the end of the Podcast was coming near That must mean I was having fun watching it I'll Download No. 2 now
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Lol, love Dave's expression at 1:18!
But terrific reviews again! Really like the comparison of the Droid with the Iphone.
Yeah, not sure what I was thinking there but it probably was best that I wasn't the one on cue there at that point. Ha!
Another good one guys. I am excited about USB 3.0.
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