Day: January 14, 2021

Goldman Sachs Sees Bitcoin Market Becoming More Mature

2021-01-14 By admin

Goldman Sachs’ global head of commodities research sees the bitcoin market becoming more mature. “The key to creating some type of stability in the market is to see an increase in the participation of institutional investors,” he detailed. Meanwhile, the price of the cryptocurrency soared on Thursday, regaining much of the losses from the beginning […]

Kingston at CES 2021: New NVMe SSDs and a USB 3.2 Portable SSD

2021-01-14 By admin

Kingston introduced a variety of new storage products at CES 2021, announcing new NVMe SSDs ranging from entry-level to high-end consumer and enterprise drives, plus new portable storage products. NV1 SSD: Entry-Level Consumer NVMe Kingston’s new entry-level consumer NVMe drive will be the NV1, possibly ushering in a new naming scheme for their consumer NVMe […]

CES 2021: Dynabook Intros Satellite Pro L50 Laptop

2021-01-14 By admin

Dynabook has announced a new laptop based on the fabled Satellite series, a mainstay for Toshiba for many years, at CES 2021. The Satellite Pro L50 includes Intel’s 10th generation mobile processor, with NVIDIA’s GeForce MX250 discrete graphics, and is designed for productivity on the go.  The Dynabook Satellite Pro L50 is based on Intel’s 10th generation […]

CES 2021: OWC Introduces 3.5″ U.2 SSD Carrier

2021-01-14 By admin

OWC is introducing the U2 Shuttle, a novel carrier module that packs four M.2 NVMe SSDs into a 3.5″ U.2 form factor. The U2 Shuttle includes a PCIe switch to allow the four M.2 drives to share the bandwidth of the U2 Shuttle’s PCIe 3.0 x4 interface. OWC will be selling the U2 Shuttle as […]

The WORST Things About Building a PC! | Hardware Canucks

2021-01-14 By admin

[embedded content] Table of contents Building a computer can be an incredibly rewarding experience if it boots just fine, if there isn’t any DOA hardware or compatibility issues in general, and if cable management ease easy… but let’s be real. If anything our training has taught us is that being prepared for the worst is […]