Archive for November 2010
Keep up with the eye-popping sale prices on external hard drives. The Fantom GreenDrive Pro 2TB external hard drive is now available for $89.99 after a $10 rebate. These inexpensive storage solutions are very popular right now. Stock is limited, so they could be sold out at this price very soon.
Why waste your time moving […]
This mandroid was rebooted this morning after four days offline. I woke up around 6am, actually rolled out of bed and into the lunch-preparing/showering/dressing for work groove around 6:25am. The five-day lather/rinse/repeat routine has returned for a little bit, and I look forward for the December holidays to arrive.
Tasks get done one after the other, […]
Less than three months ago, I posted about this same Kingston G3 flash drive but it was on sale then for $23. Now it’s dropped about 13% in price to $20. Earlier this month, I wrote about the Kingston G2 version of the same capacity for $22. The prices keep dropping. $20 is a nice […]
Day 2 of my marvelous four-day weekend is nearing its end, and two more days of chillaxing are lined up one after the other. Aside from my ritual weekend obligations, I will be unwinding to my heart’s content more than I have been able to this entire year.
Black Friday has come and gone, and I […]
Storage continues to decrease in price providing dataphiles with more terabytes than most of them can shake a stick at. Fantom keeps breaking the mold in large-capacity disk drives at the most affordable prices. If you need four terabytes for business or personal use, the right solution for you has recently gone on sale.
Sure, USB […]
The last third of the Fall semester is currently in progress. After these few weeks go by, I will be on the verge of the last quarter of my program. I’ll be glad when it’s over. The balancing act with a full-time job, attending classes, and everything else that keeps me occupied has been wearing […]
Physical storage keeps getting more affordable, and I find myself writing these articles often enough to notice how the prices keep going down. They have gotten so irresistably low that if you were to invest in this 16gb flash drive now at this price, then you wouldn’t probably wouldn’t need another one for a very […]