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Status Replies posted by SenKa

  1. 1 minute ago, DrMacintosh said:

    Sure, its cohesive if you have a modern iPhone and iPad. I don't. I still have my 8 Plus and I have a 7th gen iPad. My MBP is the same design from 2016. Imo the rumored design is form over function. A square body is not comfortable on the wrist. The flat edge will dig in when you bend your wrist. 

    All true points. i have a 12 pro max and 2020 ipad pro so it would match up pretty well. I would be pretty worried about the watch digging in to me, especially since i wear it at work.

  2. This has been rumored for a long, long time. I believe it's happening, though the timeline seems ambitious IMO.


    As somebody who has adamantly refused to wear glasses despite needing them... I very well might give these a shot if the AR bit is any good.

  3. And the G303 isn't too small for you?


    My hands are similar in size, and I use a viper ultimate. However, I am left handed, so i need the ambi shape.


    If you like the G303 size, here you go- https://www.amazon.com/Razer-Viper-Ultralight-Gaming-Mouse/dp/B084RPZD6T


    If you want a larger mouse of a similar shape- https://www.amazon.com/Razer-Viper-Ultralight-Gaming-Mouse/dp/B07TT8G59J?th=1


    If you want to spring for wireless (much more expensive)- https://www.amazon.com/Razer-Viper-Ultralight-Gaming-Mouse/dp/B08565C5BB?th=1

  4. @Pascal... I thought I had read that WD had slipped some SMR 8TB drives in to their Red family. I was wrong.



    Seagate reached out to TechSpot and clarified that it does not market SMR-based hard drives as NAS drives. "Seagate confirms that we do not utilize Shingled Magnetic Recording technology (SMR) in any IronWolf or IronWolf Pro drives." The company's Barracuda 8TB (ST8000DM004) and 5TB Desktop (ST500DM000) were previously called out for using SMR without specifying the tech, however, the drives are not aimed at NAS consumers and should be treated as such.

    Similarly, Toshiba's P300 4TB (HDWD240UZSVA) and 6TB (HDWD260UZSVA) desktop drives aren't directly aimed at the NAS market but they also use SMR without specifying it. In its documentation for the P300, the company says that the drive "delivers high performance for professionals," so buyers should know what they're getting before making a purchase.

    This leaves Western Digital, which notes that its 2TB-6TB Red drives, aimed at NAS consumers, have device-managed SMR (DMSMR), while remaining models in the 8TB-14TB capacities use CMR (Conventional Magnetic Recording).