Wednesday, 22 March 2017

Sandisk Extreme Pro 32GB UHS-I SDHC Review

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For DSLR Photography, the main bottleneck inside a system is Storage and the write speed on it, A RAW file on a modern DSLR is 30MB at minimum and a JPG is 10MB give or take, if you were to take a burst shot or timelapse, you would be writing upwards of 100MB/s for that duration.

Now this is usually solved by DSLR bodies using an inbuilt buffer to store while the storage is written onto, after that buffer fills up, it is only the write speed of SDHC memory that will keep your camera responsive and allow you to take shots non-stop.

Since I recently got a DSLR and I wanted to get a Value for money but fastest UHS-I card(since my body or most mid range bodies don't support UHS-II yet), I went with SanDisk Extreme Pro 32GB UHS-I SDHC card, and today I am going to review it very briefly and to the point.

SanDisk Extreme Pro 32GB UHS-I SDHC Review

The package and marketing on this card indicates a Write speed of 90MB/s and read speed of 95MB/s, I am going to test out how accurate it is.

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Tuesday, 21 April 2015

Infocus M2 3G Review : So much at so less

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Infocus M2 3G Review - The best budget Smartphone ?

Today we have the Infocus M2 3G with us for a Review, its a low range Budget Android smartphone, but mind you, it offers more than what you can even imagine for the price-tag. With many smartphones being launched in the sub-100$ category, its a common sight when two or three of the devices are a replica of each other with just some minor changes. But this one aspires to be the best there is in the price band.

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Tuesday, 8 July 2014

ADATA DashDrive Elite S102 Pro 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review

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The ADATA DashDrive Elite S102 Pro is the simplest kind of Flash you will ever see, No rotating or sliding caps, no Keychain holes, Nothing. So what is its USP ? Affordable pricing, rugged Aluminium body and one of the best Read/Write speeds in this price band.

ADATA DashDrive Elite S102 Pro 64GB Flash Drive Review

ADATA Dashdrive Elite S102 comes in storage options ranging from 8GB to 64GB. The product page for this Flash drive on ADATA's website seems not updated as it lists the available options only from 8GB to 32GB. Ok so, this is not a review unit and I got it for my personal use and at a price of 30$(including a lifetime warranty). Read/write speeds of up to 150MB/s/50MB/s don't seem bad at all, infact they are one of the best. Ironically the product page lists the maximum speed low too, when everyone is upselling their products (ADATA please, take some time to update your website too).

Design and Build quality

The simplest design, simplified. As I mentioned above there is actually nothing extraordinary with the exteriors of the USB drive apart from its Titanium gray paint and Aluminium body.
You can close the cap on the back of the S102 Pro so that it doesn't go missing accidentally, the finish of the body is actually very comforting to touch and feels more "Premium" than gloss or Plastic bodies.
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Friday, 21 March 2014

ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 Review

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I recently received ASUS Transformer pad TF300 for review, I wouldn't be generally reviewing Android tabs on this blog, but the thing that piqued my interest in this product is how its so much like a Tablet and so much unlike it. Its much more usable and enhances productivity of the right user.
The Transformer Pad I received was a TF300TG i.e., its got a Dock and 3G sim module, there are models without 3G sim support and without Dock too.

The Tegra 3 device is clocked at 1.2 GHz with Quad core processor and can be overclocked to 1.5 Ghz on a single core, and sporting a Geforce ULP 12 core GPU, its powerful enough to Game comfortably. More on specifications later, let's look at Hardware first.
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Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Best Laptop buying Guide February 2014

Laptops selling these days outnumber Desktop PCs by a huge margin, there is a primal reason for that. First they are Portable and go wherever you want them to go, be it your Bed, office, college etc. On the other hand Desktop PCs just stay at home and you are the one who has to sit up in front of them for your tasks.

Laptop Buying guide february 2014

But with Laptops come many problems, like Battery life, unsatisfactory displays, Heating issues etc. so when you buy a laptop, many queries cross your mind, and all of them have answers. But some misguided users and dealers lead the buyers to make some bad decisions and repent them later. I always try to answer all the questions in the comments section on my Monthly Laptop buying and build guides, but he questions keep coming, and almost all of them have some common question which I will try to answer here.
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Saturday, 8 February 2014

The Elder Scrolls Online India Launch dates announced

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The Elder Scrolls Online Beta has gone live all over the World and Beta Invites have been sent to gamers.
Sure the beta version has some Bugs as being reported by gamers but they will be most probably ironed out before the official release dates.

Elder scrolls Online India Launch dates

Here are the excerpts from the official release page -
The best-selling, award-winning fantasy role-playing game for 20 years is back. This time the Elder Scrolls series goes online. The first open-ended multiplayer instalment from The Elder Scrolls video game franchise is here. Return to Tamriel in The Elder Scrolls Online, and bring the legendary experience online for the first time. Explore the vast world with friends or embark upon an epic adventure alone — the choices you will make will shape your destiny.
The Elder Scrolls Online for PC goes on sale worldwide on 4th April, 2014, and will Launch in India on the 4th April priced at Rs. 3499, and the Playstation 4 version will be available starting June 2014 at Rs. 4799 through e-xpress Interactive Software Pvt. Limited.

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Thursday, 6 February 2014

Laptop Cooling Pads : Ultimate Buying Guide

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Cooling Pad Buying Guide

Desktops have become a thing of past for many of the current generation Internet users and Casual Gamers. Those building/buying new Desktops are mainly Hardcore gamers and Enthusiasts or use it for heavy work such as rendering. I recently had a conversation with one of my friend, I remember that I said - "I am going to build a desktop soon", can guess what was the reaction ? It was - " Who the hell even uses Desktops anymore ? ". What I wanted to point out in the above conversation was that, you don't get to see many Desktop users these days, and most of the users would just invest in a Portable and light Laptop/Notebook for their everyday usage.
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