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USB 3.0 drives support 250MBps transfer speeds
Dane-Elec has announced a series of external hard drives, the So SuperSpeed HDDs and SSDs, that will support the upcoming USB 3.0 standard. The drives will provide data transfer speeds of up to 250MBps, which is roughly ten times the rate available in current USB 2.0 devices. The So SuperSpeed drives consist of USB 3.0 HDDs which range in capacity of 500GB to 2TB and come in 2.5-inch or 3.5-inch formats, along with 80GB and 160GB SSDs that have been re-branded as Intel M-25 drives.
Business Card Creator includes over 95 templates
Laughingbird Software has launched Business Card Creator, a new app for developing logos and creating modifiable business cards, postcards or letterhead templates. The program includes over 95 matching templates, with customization options for scaling, rotation, colors or adding new text and images.
Fujifilm's $280 HDR camera tested
Having struck a chord with its semi-pro F200 EXR compact, Fujifilm has tried to expand its appeal further by offering the F70 EXR a lower-cost model that somehow achieves an even more ambitious 10X zoom. Experienced photographers will find a number of things to like in the new point-and-shoot, but is it enough to serve as a sidearm or even as a main camera? Our F70 EXR review comes to an answer.
Samsung's entry messaging phone reviewed
The Intensity is one of Samsung's truly entry-level offerings for Verizon but is designed to make messaging a real option for everyone. With an effective price tag as low as $30, it may be one of the best deals at the carrier. We hope to learn in our Intensity review whether that's true or else if the device still carries the stigma of low-cost cellphones.
Verizon launches DroidDoes ad
As promised, Verizon tonight launched a commercial and a matching ad campaign, DroidDoes, that together attack the iPhone. The reveal (video available below) centers on the upcoming Motorola Droid and sets it up as the direct rival to Apple's hardware, offering exactly what its competitor is lacking: as an Android device, the Droid will have customized home screens, multitasking, open development and widgets. It also gets a hardware keyboard and a replaceable battery.
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