What You’re Paying for When You Buy SSD Drives Designed for Professional Video Shoots

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Sure, you can get an SSD that looks as though it ought to fit your video camera for fairly cheap on eBay or off the shelf. So what makes a “professional video” SSD, well, professional?

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How to get more Xbox One game storage with minimal effort

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The stock Xbox One claims 500GB of storage, but in reality it only has 364.8GB of usable space. Each Blu-ray disc game you play has to be completely installed on the internal hard drive in order to play it – these games run between 20GB and 40GB on average! Additionally with the plethora of Xbox Live Games with Gold pouring in each month, that storage is probably getting a bit thin right about now.

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The importance of Blu-ray discs made in Japan

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Having to look for some of the highest quality Blu-ray media on the planet can be a daunting task for individuals and organizations. The notion that buying direct from “the source” as the only reliable means is often on the top of their search to-do list.  While having dedicated countless hours sifting through forums on where the best media can be purchased, looking tirelessly through overseas shopping sites, can always be worthy of a certain amount of bragging rights when the goods is finally in hand.  Others may rely solely on eBay and Amazon sellers from overseas as their middleman.  But where else can these consumers turn to that simply want the best media and what makes their exhaustive search so worthwhile?

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Industrial SSDs on the Frontiers of Science: Using SSDs at the International Space Station

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It’s not only high-end business and heavy-duty applications that rely on the power of Industrial Solid State Drives (SSDs) these days. Besides powering most of our earthly communications and industry, Industrial SSDs are also pushing the frontiers of science beyond the limits of our atmosphere. They have become the storage medium of choice at the International Space Station, allowing reliable, high-volume data collection like never before.

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What Went Wrong With TLC NAND

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When Samsung pushed the envelope and introduced their TLC-NAND flash memory for general use, it had the makings of a landmark innovation. TLC (triple-level cell) NAND is cheaper to manufacture than either SLC or MLC NAND, as it works by fitting more data  into the same NAND cell—three bits per cell, rather than the one bit or two bits that single level (SLC) and multi-level (MLC) NAND can put away in one cell space.  You’d think TLC NAND would take over the market in short order; no reason to waste resources manufacturing more expensive SLC or MLC NAND.

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Your microSD Card: Is Cost All That Matters?

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They look the same and have the same capacity.  For consumers shopping for a microSD card, the only difference might appear to be their price. Does it really matter which microSD card you buy? Should you go with the cheapest option?

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Top 5 things cinematographers love about our Professional Video SSDs

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Cinematographers and filmmakers love our Professional video SSD drives. After much discussion on the how and why we developed a series of SSD drives focused on video capture, primarily aiming towards certification for Blackmagic recording hardware, we have found the top 5 things that get cinematographers excited about our drives.

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Apple’s new Photos app, how to back up your photos without iCloud: Part 1

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Apple recently released a totally new Photos app for OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite that replaces the widely used long time software iPhoto. (To get the new app just update your Mac by visiting the App Store > Updates). The new Photos app is a needed breath of fresh air on the desktop, as it takes many ques from the iOS version of the Photos app on your iPhone or iPad. The simple and intuitive UI and familiar editing functionality make it an instantly familiar playground for organizing and editing photos on your Mac.

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SSD Dos & Don’ts

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SSDs are quickly replacing mechanical, magnetic hard drives thanks to their speed, ruggedness and lightweight, compact form (among a host of other reasons!) Because SSDs are relatively simple to set up, most new users don’t put much thought into long-term care.

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