I review the StoreJet 500 SSD by Transcend for Mac. I have been using this Solid State Drive for a...Read More
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I compare a 7200 Hard Drive with a replacement Solid State Drive. Both dives have the exact same operating system and files on them. I simply cloned the Hard Drive to the SSD. Check out the video for the results. I’m...Read More
I show you how to replace a hard drive with another hard drive or solid state drive in a MacBook or MacBook Pro. I walk you step by step through the process. I’m using a Plextor M6S as my replacement Get the Plextor M6S from...Read More
LaCie was the first to show off Thunderbolt drives for the Mac. In doing more and more videos, I found it was time to buy a super-fast drive to use for all of my capture scratch in Final Cut Pro X. I review the Portable Rugged...Read More
We have heard this rumor over and over, but this time the images and rumors come from a Russian magazine which also gives us specs on the so-name, MacBook Mini. Although we don’t know how real or true the specifications are, it is not unlikely that Apple is working on such a MacBook. If such a MacBook Mini were to be released, the speculation says it would retail for $899.00, which is way out of netbook range and questionable for such a price as it comes awful close to the MacBook price range.
We had a few days to get to know the new Samsung 64GB Solid State Hard drive. The first thing I noticed when looking at the hardware portion of the drive is how light it is. Yes it has a nicely machined aluminum enclosure, but when holding this 2.5inch drive in your hand, you forget how light something can be without magnets, platter, and armature inside. The drive weighs in at just 2.6oz, which is about 2/3 of a normal 2.5inch drive. Now this may not sound like much, but when you add this into the sum of parts in a laptop, every ounce counts.