Slightly smaller than the predecessor

Samsung has introduced the next iteration of their portable SSDs. The new Samsung Portable SSD T5 drives features the latest 64-layer V-NAND flash memory and the company claims to provide "industry-leading transfer speeds with encrypted data security". The transfers speeds are supposed to reach up to 540MB/s and the drives connects to your computer via a USB Type-C interface.


With 1080p resolution and 1800R curvature

Samsung has expanded its curved gaming monitor lineup once again. Like the previous model, the CFG73 features 144Hz refresh rate and is therefore perfect for first person shooter games. For better color reproduction the panel features Samsung’s proprietary Quantum Dot technology.


Successors of 960 series

In addition to the latest information on QLC NAND flash memory and the upcoming NGSFF SSDs, Samsung is working on a new generation of consumer SSDs. According to the UNH InterOperability Laboratory list, Samsung is developing two new SSDs called "NVMe 97x and 98x" series. Furthermore, Samsung might change the EVO / Pro naming structure due to a new design of the SSDs.


128TB QLC SSD

Samsung have unveiled more details than ever before about their plans with V-NAND. Currently the company is working on the 8th generation V-NAND and on a new generation of SSDs. Samsung is working on QLC NAND flash which will be slower than TLC NAND on the same per-die level but with the right parallelization, the performance could be higher than expected.


Huge ultra wide display

Samsung has expanded its curved monitor lineup with a new monitor featuring a 49-inch panel. The monitor is based on a rather unusual 3840 x 1080 resolution and a massive 1800R curved display. Furthermore the display supports AMD FreeSync 2 which allows the panel to communicate with your PC sharing colour space information, brightness values apart from the variable refresh rate information.



Volume production has begun

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Everything that involves NAND flash memory has grown to what is today a huge business and throughout the past few years the big names such as Samsung, Micron and SK Hynix have been investing heavily in research and development. One of the results of this is that today we have consumer SSDs with up to 2TB capacity due to 48-layer 3D NAND flash chips. So far it looks like Samsung is perfectly on track to soon launch the next generation of SSDs due to 64-layer 3D NAND with even higher capacities.


As well as two reasonably sized ones

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Samsung has expanded its curved monitor lineup with three new monitors featuring a 49-inch, a 32-inch and a 27-inch panel. The first monitor is based on a rather unusual 3840 x 1080 resolution, while the two others feature WQHD 2560 x 1440 pixel. Furthermore each one of the displays supports AMD FreeSync 2 which allows to communicate with your PC to share colour space information, brightness values and not only the variable refresh rate informations.


Featuring VA Quantum Dot panel

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Samsung has expanded its curved monitor lineup with two new monitors featuring a 27-inch and a 32-inch panel. Both monitors are based on 2560 x 1440 (WQHD) resolution, 8-bit color support and 1800R curvature. Furthermore both displays come with support for AMD FreeSync which allows for a variable refresh rate that ranges between 60 and 72Hz.


Featuring VA Quantum Dot panel

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Samsung has expanded its curved monitor lineup with two new monitors featuring a 27-inch and a 32-inch panel. Both monitors are based on 2560 x 1440 (WQHD) resolution, 8-bit color support and 1800R curvature. Furthermore both displays come with support for AMD FreeSync which allows for a variable refresh rate that ranges between 48 and 72Hz.


Double fullHD panel

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According to the latest rumors, Samsung is working on a new curved monitor which features a huge 49-inch panel with 3840 x 1080 (Double FullHD) resolution as well as a 1800R curvature. Furthermore the monitor comes with support for AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-Sync which allows for a variable refresh rate that ranges between 60 and 144Hz. Unfortunately there is no VESA mount.


Supports Freesync

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Samsung has expanded its curved monitor lineup with a new monitor featuring a 27-inch panel and 1920 x 1080 (FullHD) resolution as well as a 1800R curvature. Furthermore the monitor comes with support for AMD FreeSync which allows for a variable refresh rate that ranges between 48 and 72Hz. Unfortunately there is no VESA mount.


Both soon available

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The most interesting smartphones of 2017, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the LG G6, have finally been spotted. At the moment there are only few pictures showing the looks but apparently the most interesting thing to us is the performance. Especially the comparison of these two phones will be interesting since the Galaxy S8 is supposed to be equipped with a faster SoC than the LG G6.


With 1080p resolution and 1800mm curvature

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Samsung has expanded its curved gaming monitor lineup by two curved gaming monitors. Both feature 144Hz refresh rate and are therefore perfect for first person shooter games. For better color reproduction the panels feature Samsung’s proprietary Quantum Dot technology. Apart from that the new displays are compatible with AMD FreeSync.


It appears that Samsung is going to launch a 4 Terabyte version of their 850 Pro during the upcoming CES January next year. After having having released the 850 Evo back in July the world’s largest SSD supplier is going expand the portfolio of its 850 Pro units.



Up to 27 higher performance

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Samsung has announced that it has started the mass production of SoC on 10nm FinFET manufacturing process, promising impressive improvements in both performance and power consumption.


The 24- and 27-inch monitors with 144Hz and FreeSync

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Samsung has announced two new gaming monitors that will be using its quantum dot screen technology, the 24- and 27-inch CFG70 series curved monitors with 1920x1080 resolution, 144Hz and support for AMD FreeSync.


Starting at US $129.99

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Samsung has unveiled its 960 EVO M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD series back in September and now these drives are actually available for pre-order in the US, giving us a clear idea about the price.


Around US $17 billion in sales

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Aside from the money that the company has lost so far it appears that the death of the Galaxy Note 7 will cost Samsung even more, or around US $17 billion in sales.


Coming with Core i5/i7 CPU and PCIe NVMe SSD

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In the aftermath of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 death, the new ArtPC high-end desktop PC from Samsung has been spotted in pre-order, featuring cylindrical design, Core i5/i7 Skylake CPUs, PCIe NVMe SSD and 360-degree audio from Harman Kardon.


Files statement with South Korean stock exchange

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According to the latest information, it appears that Samsung has decided to permanently end all production of the Galaxy Note 7.
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