Yendi presents Girls’ Guide to Computing. This is a basic tutorial for those that have never really built PC. All the parts in this build are available at Tigerdirect.com. Happy building!
Today on Tech Juice at TigerDirect TV Yendi talks about radiation detecting smartphones in Japan and Gigabytes new carbon fiber Ultrabook! As always, TigerDirect Deals are spectacular! Happy Thursday!
htarting today TigerDirect and Corsair, along with EVGA will be auctioning a custom built PC on eBay! Proceeds from the auction will be donated to the Multiple Sclerosis Society as part of Tiger’s commitment to the people in our communities (in person and online). Join us for a great cause using our favorite brands in […]
SSDs (Solid State Drives) are all the rage – no moving parts and expected reduced power consumption. Some tests have said that there is no power savings, other say there is – so Laptop Magazine took it into their own hands. Their results?
SSDs offer a small improvement in battery life. While this tiny improvement may not be enough to sell users on SSDs as power-saving devices, it is certainly enough to say that upgrading to SSD will not cost you any battery life and may provide you with more productive minutes as you wait shorter periods of time for programs to load or for your system to boot.
Storage – nobody can get enough – but these days it’s the transition from standard hard drives to SSD. SSD will provide for the future of mobile devices, with it’s shock resistance features, the biggest challenge now is getting SSD up to the capacity people expect to get with a notebook.
The days of getting a notebook with a 4GB hard drive are over – today people are enjoying their complete media libraries on their laptops. I have one laptop primarily used with the television with two hard drives in it – and they are needed with media. Some SSD based notebooks have started to appear, but their lack of overall storage capacity may keep them from selling too quickly.