Tech

SanDisk just made a 400GB MicroSD

Here’s some good news for all those who don’t find 128GB or 256GB sufficient for their storage needs. SanDisk just announced the first MicroSD card with a storage capacity of 400GB, holding the name Ultra micro SDXC UHS-I. This is especially great news for tablet owners, such as the surface pro, that are in need of more storage on their device. The company is selling the MicroSD card at a price of $249.99, with a 10-year warranty.

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Laptops

The first wireless charging laptop is here

Source: Dell

By now, many people own devices that support wireless charging but don’t actually use it. To me, wireless charging provides the convenience of having a “tidy” desk space, with fewer cables lying around. It wasn’t long before wireless charging is used on more devices. And now… here it is! The first wireless charging laptop, made by dell.  Continue reading “The first wireless charging laptop is here”

SmartPhones, Tech

Samsung removes UFS 2.1 from the Galaxy S8 spec sheet

Samsung has recently removed UFS 2.1 from the Galaxy S8 spec sheet. This has happened right after Huawei’s memory substitution scandal on the P10 and P10 Plus. To those that don’t know, Huawei installed different memory chips in the two variants, which resulted in users getting very different read speeds. Seems like Samsung has done the same thing.

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SmartPhones

HTC U Ultra – What were they thinking?

Source: http://www.htc.com/us/smartphones/htc-u-ultra/

Many of us are looking for that elegant and dependable smartphone, and HTC has been known to manufacture such phones. This year, HTC has launched a new smartphone lineup, the U series, which contains the U-Play (midrange) and U-Ultra (high-end flagship). The company has also decided to join the competition and adopt the metal and glass design. Their new 5.7-inch flagship looks as much as elegant, as it seems capable on the specs sheet, but is that the case?

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