Ever go to a LAN party and find it’s taking too long to get your gear set up the way you like? Probably not, especially if you own a Razer or other gaming mouse
that stores your preferences on its internal memory. Still, it would be far easier if your tweaks were stored in the cloud and available everywhere — which is the thinking behind Synapse 2.0. All of your button, axis and sensitivity adjustments will be available for you to pull down and use with the company’s range of peripherals if you’re at home, the LAN center or at work (after hours, of course.) The service is currently in internal beta but 500 lucky Razer Naga
owners will get access to the second beta if they sign up at the source link below. There’s also a press release — scroll down at 5600dpi and click “Read More.”
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This really shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, given some of OCZ’s other offerings, but the company has outed its Synapse Cache SSDs so you don’t have to suffer the speed limitations inherent in spinning disk storage. These 2.5-inch, 6 GB/s SATA drives come in 64 and 128GB flavors, and do the dual drive dance with your HDD of choice using the firms’ Dataplex caching software. That nifty bit of code hastens data retrieval by dynamically managing your data, placing frequently used info on the speedy SSD, and shoving the rest on your capacious, cheap-as-chips HDD. When can you up your storage speed limit and how much will it cost? OCZ’s not telling, but the drive’s full performance specs can be found in the PR and source below.
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