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Hackaday Links: March 18, 2018

Oh, boy. You know what’s happening next weekend? The Midwest RepRap Festival. The greatest 3D printing festival on the planet is going down next Friday afternoon until Sunday afternoon in beautiful Goshen, Indiana. 341 more words

Hackaday Columns


The Asus Transformer Book Trio is an intriguing concept that weds an Android tablet and a Windows PC, but the ambitious 3-in-1 design falls short. L’Asus Transformer Book Trio réunit en un seul appareil, une tablette Android et un PC portable sous Windows. 394 more words

NVMe on a budget? Why Not?

As I mentioned in my last review, I’ve decided to upgrade my recording setup with an i5 Dawson Canyon NUC. In that review, I talked about the first step, which was to add three extra USB ports to the NUC so I have plenty of room for my cameras and other stuff. 673 more words

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Where Would We Be Without NVMe?

The purpose of the NVMe standard is to replace SCSI-based protocols, like SAS, so memory-based storage systems, like all-flash arrays, can live up to their full potential. 273 more words


Interesting Bits, March 12th 2018

In case you missed it, Samsung has crammed 30TB of SSD into a single 2.5-inch drive. Personally, I got excited about this until a second later when I realized I don’t really download things anymore. 268 more words


G+D Mobile Security Launches World's first SSD with an embedded Secure Element (eSE)

At this year’s Embedded World event in Nuremberg, Germany,  G+D Mobile Security launched the world’s first SSD (Solid State Drive) with an embedded Secure Element (eSE). 322 more words

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Samsung Galaxy S9 deals, a Far Cry 5 SSD bundle, and more of the best tech discounts

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