The MBR95 is part of the newest series of routers put out by Cradlepoint, the leader in the 3G/4G router space. This MBR95 is unique and special because it is the first of the new NetBSD-based routers to be a perfect replacement for your average small business or home wireless router. Join us for the part 1 of the MBR95 Mega-Review.
This afternoon at Amazon.com, the quad-core Intel Core i7 2600 3.4GHz processor with 8MB of cache, Hyper Threading, and Turbo Boost dropped in price to the best price we have seen. This is Intel’s top Sandy Bridge desktop processor except for the Intel Core i7 2600K which adds Intel HD Graphics 3000 and an unlocked multiplier. Both processors are at the best prices we have seen.
I have been using Mac OS X Lion for a little over a week now and have some thoughts on what is great and what is not. Most reviews have been positive but some particular sticking points have emerged.
Since I use an 11.6 inch MacBook Air as my normal working computer and it currently has a 64GB SSD, I have been on the lookout for compact external storage. The MacBook Air only provides USB 2.0 as an interface for that external storage unless you count the SDHC slot but that is only available on the 13.3 inch MacBook Air. In any case, adding up to a 32GB SDHC card would not be enough.
I am starting a new series of book reviews. As a technology consultant, I always need to be at the forefront of technology but also have tools at my fingertips for reference. This will be the focus of the book reviews.
At the end of February, I purchased a refurbished 11.6 inch MacBook Air. I chose to purchase the 1.4GHz model with the 4GB memory upgrade which comes with the 64GB SSD. I chose this model because I am planning to upgrade the SSD in the near future and did not want to put additional money toward the 128GB SSD.