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Enter Our Ultimate Summer Tech Giveaway!
That’s right - we are giving away a Summer Tech Package that includes a high-tech Fuego Element grill, Monster Superstar Backfloat waterproof speaker, and a mobile charging bank from iFrogz! Head on over to our giveaway page in order to enter. Good luck!
Western Digital's My Book Pro Professional RAID line offers super-fast external storage at really high capacities. The unit itself is a two-drive enclosure and ships with two WD Black hard drives with up to 350MB/s transfer rate. The best part is that it's packing Thunderbolt 2.0 - these two ports allow for 20 Gb/s high-speed workflow. Additionally, you can connect it to your computer with USB 3.0 instead, and it also has a pair of USB 3.0 ports on front for charging and syncing devices!
The WD My Book Pro is RAID-optimized, allowing you to choose between RAID 1, RAID 1, or JBOD, and ships pre-formatted for Mac OS X in RAID 0 config, but can easily be reformatted for PC.
You can order the Western Digital My Book Pro now.
I bring you a unique first-look at the Alienware Steam Machine in this episode! The Alienware Steam Machine ships with the Steam Controller, and aims to bring the PC gaming experience into the living room with a small form factor that maintains the upgradability of a typical PC. Running SteamOS, the Steam Machine boots right into Steam, ready to play your downloaded games. What's more, it can even stream Steam titles from your PC on the same home network (necessary, because SteamOS isn't optimized to play all of the titles available on Steam.)
Being that the Alienware Steam Machine looks to mimic the game console experience, you only get the Steam Controller, no keyboard or mouse. You can also use Xbox 360 controllers wirelessly, as well as Xbox One controllers when connected directly to the Steam Machine by USB.
You can order the Alienware Steam Machine now.
If you need an insanely fast external SSD drive for your Mac or PC, then look no further than the Elgato Thunderbolt Drive+. Despite the name, you can use this drive with either Thunderbolt or USB 3.0, and since it is an SSD with no moving parts, it's ridiculous fast with read and write speeds. I use it to do video editing directly off of for Final Cut Pro X, and it never skips a beat.
You can pick up the Elgato Thunderbolt Drive+ now.
Have you ever described a gadget as "sexy"? We take a look at the Seagate Seven external hard drive in this episode of Unboxing Live, and that's one of the first words that came to mind when I first saw it. The Seagate Seven is just 7mm thin, with an all steel enclosure, and sports USB 3.0 speeds. You can choose between 500GB or 750GB of storage.
You can pick up the Seagate Seven hard drive now.
Apple has introduced the first desktop computer with a built-in 5K display in the iMac with Retina 5K display, and we are opening one up in this episode! The 5K Retina display is packed with 14.7 million pixels, with a resolution of 5120 x 2880. Yes, that is insane, and gives a lot of screen real estate and leeway to work on dense projects, like video editing and photo editing.
Check out our unboxing and overview of this beautiful iMac and the amazing display that it packs - it's the Mac with the best visual clarity.
You can pick up the iMac with 5K Retina display from Apple, right now!
The Dell XPS 13 is a premium laptop computer from Dell that features the Infinity Display design, bringing a 13-inch display into the small body of an 11-inch notebook. We bring you a look at the Dell XPS 13 notebook computer in this episode, bringing you a look at the stylish PC that also features an Intel Core i5 processor, a backlit keyboard, carbon fiber design, and more. You can pick up the Dell XPS 13 now, starting at $799. Don't forget to check out our Dell XPS 13 accessories video as well!
The Dell XPS 13 is an exciting notebook, bringing the size of a 13-inch laptop into an 11-inch frame. While owning one of these high-resolution beasts is awesome enough, Dell sells some fantastic add-on accessories that can enhance your experience. Whether it's the convenient Premier Backpack, the innovative Power Companion that can charge the notebook on the go, or the stylish protection of the Premier Sleeve, Dell has you covered. We go over all of these Dell XPS 13 accessories and more in this episode of Unboxing Live! You can pick up the Dell XPS 13 now, starting at $799.
The Drobo 5N is the latest network-attached storage device from the folks at Data Robotics. We are big Drobo fans at Gear Live, and we decided to move from the previous Drobo NAS, the Drobo FS, over to the newer Drobo 5N.
The 5N has 5 drive bays, allowing you to choose single or dual drive failure modes. This means that you can have either one or two drives completely fail, and still keep all of the data that is stored on the Drobo.
We open it up and give you a look. If you like wha tyou see, you can pick up your own Drobo 5N.
In this episode we give you a look at the Microsoft Surface Touch Cover, Type Cover, and a few other accessories you can buy for your Surface tablet. If you're curious about the size of the Touch Cover as compared to the thicker Type Cover, or want details on the other accessories that Microsoft is selling alongside its tablet, we bring you all that, plus more in this quick Unboxing Live episode. Be sure to check out our Microsoft Surface unboxing video as well for a look at Microsoft's Windows 8 RT tablet!
Microsoft's Windows 8 has arrived, and alongside it, the Microsoft Surface tablet with Windows RT has been released! Surface is Microsoft's first first-party tablet PC device that it has ever released, and we were able to get our hands on it a little early to give you a look at what you'll find in the box. While we prepare our full Surface review, check out our unboxing video above where we give you a look at the tablet, the Touch Cover, and the setup process!
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