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950 Pro

 

Samsung has introduced a new SSD today. It's called 950 Pro, and it's insanely fast. The drive is the first one to bring vertical NAND technology to the consumer space. It's a Non-Volatile Memory Express M.2 SSD, in the M.2 2280 size.

 

It will be offered in two capacities 256GB for $199.99 and 512GB for $349.99. Thanks to its support for the PCIe Gen.3 x4 interface, it delivers speeds that SATA-using drives can only dream of.

 

Samsung 2016 logo

 

The 512GB Samsung 950 Pro reaches sequential read speeds of 2.5GB/s and sequential writes speed of 1.5GB/s. In terms of random access, it delivers 300,000 read IOPS and 110,000 write IOPS.

 

The 950 Pro can withstand shocks of up to 1500G/0.5ms and 20G vibrations. Warranty-wise you're looking at five years of coverage for both capacities, with the 256GB model getting that up to 200 terabytes written, and the 512GB unit up to 400 terabytes written. The drive will be in stores in October.

 

Mo Cheng
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oppo reno ace

 

Oppo made headlines when it announced its new smartphone capable of 65W charging, making it the fasted wired charging device in the market. The company gave a reference to Oppo Reno Ace for having this technology. Now, the company has launched the Reno Ace in China and so far, it is the fastest charging phone with no competition in the industry.


Another big selling point is its huge battery of 4,000mAh which can be fully charged from zero in just 30 minutes. It takes the phone only 5 minutes to charge from zero to 27% capacity which is pretty fast. The phone also supports USB-PD and Qualcomm's quick charge technologies. The phone is a power pack with its fast processing chip - snapdragon 855. It is available in two variants - the 8GB RAM with 128GB storage, and 12GB of RAM with 256GB storage. It also features the latest storage technology UFS 3.0.


The device has a 6.5-inch FHD+ AMOLED display and has a 90Hz refresh rate, similar to OnePlus' recent phone. The phone has a waterdrop notch for the front camera, having a 16MP lens. For the rear camera, it uses a 48MP camera lens, an 8MP ultra-wide lens with 116-degree FOV, a 13MP telephoto shooter with 5x hybrid zoom, and 2MP monochrome sensor. For security, it uses an in-display fingerprint sensor. The device will be available in Psychedelic purple and starry blue. The price starts at $450 for the entry-variant.



Most Android smartphones support external storage via a microSD card nowadays, with the exception of a few of course. Apart from leaving more space for apps on your phone's internal storage by storing all your media, microSD cards can also be adopted as the internal storage of your smartphone, provided that the phone is running on Android 6.0+ and your device supports the feature. The choices are plenty when it comes to choosing a memory card, but if you want the best for your brand new high-end smartphone, here are a few of the best that are available right now.


SanDisk Extreme Plus


Max read speed: 95MB/second
Max write speed: 90MB/second
UHS-I/U3
Warranty: Lifetime (limited)


Lexar Professional 633x


Max read speed: 95MB/second
Max write speed: Around 30 - 33MB/second (not mentioned)
UHS-I/U3
Warranty: Lifetime (limited)


Samsung Evo Plus


Max read speed: 80MB/second
Max write speed: 20MB/second
UHS-I/U3/Class 10
Warranty: 10 years (limited)


Transcend Ultimate 633x


Max read speed: 95MB/second
Max write speed: 85MB/second
USH-I/U3/Class 10
Warranty: Lifetime (limited)


Keep in mind that there might be a few faster cards available, but when it comes to microSD cards for smartphones, these provide the best performance hands down.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)

 


Google fiber

 

Some residents of Minneapolis, Minnesota will soon have access to superfast Internet, thanks to US Internet, which has recently announced that it will offer a mind-boggling 10Gbps broadband speed to both residential and small-business owners in the city. Just to give you an idea, this is 10 times the speed of Google Fiber, which is currently available in Kansas City; Provo, Utah, and Austin, Texas.

 

Fiber

 

"The launch of our 10 Gbps Internet service will make Minneapolis the first city in the world to receive access to the Internet at speeds never before experienced in our country, or any other country for that matter," U.S. Internet CEO Joe Caldwell said in a statement. The service will be available for $400/month + a $99 installation fee.

 

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