Just bought myself one of these - Transcend JetDrive Go 300S - I got the 128GB Model and being the impatient person that I am, decided to pay for premium delivery from Amazon so it would get to Australia within 3 days. Arrived right on time so kudos to Amazon for keeping their delivery promise.
Have been playing around with it for a few hours now and my first impressions are that I am suitably impressed. Even though my iPhone 7 is already a 128GB, I find I've never got enough space so it's already about 70% full, which made me go looking for something to increase it.
It's fast, the IOS app for my iPhone and IPad is great and it doubles as a nice 128GB USB 3.1 Thumb Drive for my Windows PC as well. Should be great for quick compressed Backups of my iPhone when travelling without my PC too!
Once I've explored all the available options and tested the unit thoroughly, I plan to write a review about it as an article here.
Wondering if anyone else owns one of these (or similar) little gadgets? What do you think of them?
So this startup, Nectome, is engineering the science to preserve your brain -- memories in tact -- so that one day off in the future, it can be rebooted with full consciousness. Basically a full backup of your brain.
When a customer asks you for something try to your best to understand what exactly he wants to accomplish and not really on what he says he wants, be clear with him what this will be used for before you make a recommendation, take your time, and discuss. for example a client ask me for a NAS drive so he can have all file in his office in a central location and all his staff can access it. Then he calls up that he moved his quickbooks file to the NAS drive and quickbooks does not work, of course it does work, quickbook needs its network manager installed in the same place where the file is and the network manager is a windows based application not Linux. Then he wanted his ticketing program file on the NAS, again sql is not supported on a Linux, would I know more details I would recommend him one model higher than the one I gave him which support a vm where he would be able to have a window machine on.