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21 September 2014
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Kingston SM22080S3 120GB M.2 SATA Drive Review Featured

As the computer market moves to smaller and smaller form factors the need to decrease the foot print of storage devices is growing. The problem that many manufacturers face is that a reduction in component size has traditionally meant a…
21 October 2013
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Asus RT-N66U Dark Knight 802.11n Wireless Router Review Featured

Home networking gear has been making some leaps in speed and sophistication since its introduction. These leaps have made wireless in the home more usable and configurable. Much of the work on this side of the product (making things easier…
15 September 2013
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Synology DS1513+ Review Part II - Performance Featured

Now that we have shown you the tear down of the Synology DS1513+ we have to show you if all of the hard work and attention to detail pay off in the form of performance and ease of use. There…
08 September 2013
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TRENDNet TEW-805UB 802.11ac USB 3.0 Adapter Review Featured

Since its introduction there has been something of an internal battle with wireless. On the one hand it is very convenient; you just connect to an access point and you have freedom as long as you are inside the network…
When wireless networking was first introduced it was a very cool concept and people bought into it. The problem was that it was also about as slow as dial-up internet was. The good news is that all technologies advance and…
802.11ac wireless was introduced at CES 2012. Unfortunately when the devices were launched there were no adapters to support it. This meant that people were buying expensive wireless products without having any way to support the speeds they were capable…
12 May 2013
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Kingston's HyperX Predator 512GB USB 3.0 Drive Review Featured

Mobile devices are great. All of us use them in the form of phones, MP3/4 players, tablets laptops etc. The problem with a large majority of them is that they never seem to have enough storage to do everything you…
13 August 2012
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NETGEAR's ReadyNAS Pro 6 Looks Like A PC Inside a NAS' Body... Featured

We have our third victim… um test subject in our continuing Network Attached Storage (NAS) device reviews. This time it is from a company with a fair recognizable name in the industry, NETGEAR. For many the name NETGEAR means low…
20 April 2012
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Patriot Memory's PyroSE 120GB SSD Takes a Turn In Our Lab Featured

Solid State drives are what the enthusiast market wants for storage. This has been the case since the first SSDs hit the market a few years ago. However, the drives were too expensive for most and ended up being available…
After our first run through with the Kingston HyperX SH100S3B 120GB SSD we had more than a few comments stating that 120GB was just not enough to work with. Although your typical 120GB drive is intended to be used as…
18 April 2012
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Kingston HyperX SH100S3B 120GB SSD Upgrade Kit Review Featured

Here at DecryptedTech we have always had covered a very wide range of products (as well as technologies). However, there is one item that we have never really gotten too deep into. This is direct attached storage and in particular…
27 November 2011
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Kingston's DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 Zips Through the Lab Featured

As the devices we carry around with us get smaller and smaller there is going to be an increasing want (or need) for larger and faster portable storage devices. We have watched over the last few years as the storage…
One of the nice things about the latest generation of the 802.11 wireless specification (802.11n) is that there is a lot of headroom available in it before there is a need to move to a new generation. When 802.11n first…
20 June 2011
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450Mbps in a little package; Meet the TRENDNet TEW-684UB Featured

The launch of the 450Mbps segment of the 802.11n specification was sort of backwards. We saw some of the first routers last year in the September – October time frame. Then at CES we got our first glimpse of one…
Home networking is something that everyone knows a little about. Often times what they know is not accurate (to put it nicely). I have heard some of the most bizarre “facts” about home networks, wireless networking and pretty much everything…