In today’s digital age having backups of your data can often prevent an epic catastrophe. Can you afford to lose your contacts, emails, financial information or more? Backing your information should become part of your computer use habits. You do backup your PC, don’t you?
I wanted to get my 3DS review yup, but I just haven’t had the time, so let’s get some more accessory reviews for it posted. Today for review I’ve got a very inexpensive accessory kit from power A aptly named the Clean and protect kit. This kit though contains a bit more than things to clean and protect your 3DS. Let’s just jump right into it…
The latest System Mechanic version features some new and enhanced technologies including Program Accelerator, CRUDD Remover, Internet Connection Repair, Drive Accelerator, Active Care and Power Tools. It can be used by novice and power users alike. For the non-tech inclined there are one click repairs, automated maintenance and all in one solution. For the advanced user there are 200+ tests and 50+ features that can be customized.
So, after a few days off I’ve got that last hard drive review for you, at least for a while anyway. The drive is the Seagate Momentus 750gb, model ST9750420AS notebook drive.
Yep, I’ve got another notebook hard drive today for review, the Samsung Spinpoint M7 500G drive with a model number of HM500JI. I’ve pout it up against he other drives I’ve recently reviewed and added another 2.5” drive into the mix as well. So let’s get started..
Another day, another hard drive review but this one is a 2.5” notebook drive, specifically it’s the Seagate Momentus 7200.4 500gb hard drive. I’ve put it up against a couple 3.5” drives as I was curious as to how a notebook drive stacks up against a desktop drive. let’s get into it…
Review Link: http://reviewthetech.com/2011/07/19/joystick-junkies-nintendo-3ds-crystal-case-review/
"I’m the type of persons that has to have a case on every device I own. I feel that since I spent the money, I’d like to keep those devices protected. Today for review I’ve got a nice case for the Nintendo 3DS from Joystick Junkies. It was provided by Mobile Fun for my review, so our thanks go out to them of course. The case is clear so you can still see your 3DS, but it will be protected from scratches and scrapes and the rigors of daily use. The case doesn’t add much bulk to your 3DS and still allows full access to all buttons and ports. I personally like the case quite a bit and I think you will too. "