Hyperdrives are in my mind synonymous with Han Solo and the Millennium Falcon. The Hyperdrive Colorspace is not going to make the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs, but it is claimed to be the fastest device for memory card backups on the move. Thanks to the folks at Hyperdrive, DigitalReviews gets the opportunity to strap in and take it for a spin.
It has proven to be a most popular competition and three aXbo units could be won, courtesy of aXbo in Austria where this unique product is manufactured.
We promised a final write-up-- following our original review here -- the people's verdict.
Two of the three winners decided to let us know what they thought of the aXbo.
Read their reports below.
It wasn't too long ago that we reviewed the eStarling from PF Digital.
I made a remark in that write-up about this being one of the few DPFs that had a wireless capability.
Well, today we are looking at another one and it seems that the ability to upload photos to digital picture frames wirelessly from your computer or directly from the Web is a hot feature these days.
Let's have a look at the Momento 100 from i-mate.
When you delete a file from your computer, is it really gone? Information theft is getting more coverage in mainstream media in recent times, most of us would be aware of potential loss of personal information if you lose a mobile device such as a notebook, iPod or mobile phone.
Or imagine this scenario. You have just bought a state of the art new computer. All your data has been copied over to the new machine and deleted from the old machine. You then sell it to another party for a tidy sum and it is the end of that story. Or is it?
Thoroughly erasing data beyond recovery on a hard disk is a time and resource consuming task. It is one that is not performed as often as necessary given the number of stories you read in which deleted personal data has been retrieved from hard disks. The WiebeTech Drive eRazer (Drive eRazer) is a dedicated piece of hardware that can clean a hard disk to US Department of Defence standard (non-classified data) without the need for a host machine.
Does Area 51 pique your interest?
The other week a most unusual book landed on my desk called The Nephilim Imperatives, by Terry James.
This book purports to give a reason behind these sightings and it comes from a perspective that you may not have expected.
It gives credence to the existence of UFO phenomena and is an interesting read.
Let's not pretend otherwise: Routers are normally pretty boring devices. The best routers tend to quietly do their job in anonymity amongst the Rat king of cables hidden away from view.
If you do happen to intentionally glance at your router, it usually coincides with the words, Why are you not working? Expletives optional.
The Belkin N1 Vision takes this truth and attempts to turns it on its head. Here is a router that wants to be looked at.
Read on to find out why..
This OEM version of PowerDirector Express was easy to work with for a neophyte such as me but ultimately would be rather limited.
Subsequently I acquired the full version of PowerDirector v6 and checked it out.
Here are my initial findings.
The Y shaped EZ Yego USB flash drive stands out from the rest of the pack, not least of which because of its intriguing shape.
The unique 'Y' shape is indicative of its party trick: The EZ Yego not only stores up to 4GB of data, but it also acts as a mini hub for USB 2.0 devices.
Read on for more..