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Last year we reviewed the Samsung SSD 840 PRO SSD and it was our favourite SSD. Now less than a year later Samsung have released the 840 EVO series and we have been testing the 1TB model.

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Samsung has announced the entry-level SSD ’840 EVO’ line-up with significantly higher sequential write performance. Utilizing the industry’s most compact 10nm-class 128Gb high-performance NAND, Samsung proprietary controller and Turbo Write drive, the Samsung SSD 840 EVO boasts superior performance. The Samsung SSD 840 EVO also has flexible product supply capacity, making it the most competitive device on the market today.

Compared with the 250GB 840 Series SSD, the highest selling capacity of the 840 lineup, the new 250GB 840 EVO now delivers 520MB/s sequential write speed – making it more than 2 times faster than last generation. In the case of 120GB model, the 840 EVO achieves 410MB/s sequential write speed, which is approximately 3 times as fast as that of the 120GB 840 Series SSD.

For the 1TB 840 EVO SSD, the sequential read/write performance has reached 540MB/s and 520MB/s. Furthermore, both the random read and write performance have achieved the highest level, reaching 98,000 IOPS (Input Output Operations Per Second) and 90,000 IOPS, respectively.

The Samsung SSD 840 EVO introduces two important features for data security: hardware-based AES 256bit Full Disk Encryption (FDE) and PSID. Hardware-based AES Encryption helps safeguard data against attack by encrypting all information on the disk at the hardware level, which means there is no detrimental effect on performance.

When you forget your SSD security password, PSID protects your data on the drive by executing a cryptographic erase which returns the drive to its factory status, preventing any unauthorized access to your data.

SSDs

Solid State Drives, or SSDs, are innovative data storage devices that deliver high performance, reliability, and quality by using NAND Flash memory instead of the magnetic disks used in traditional Hard Disk Drives (HDDs). SSDs provide very fast PC booting and application loading speeds and perform exceptionally well in multi-tasking environments – all while consuming less power, emitting very little heat, producing no noise, and offering outstanding stability compared to conventional HDDs.

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To me film and games without a decent sound system are pointless. That little double D symbol makes all the difference and Tritton know this. The Tritton Pro+’s (and their predecessors the Tritton AX PRO’s) are one of very few headsets that can boast a true 5.1 surround sound system. Other headsets do a great job mimicking the surround experience, and for gaming it is even seen as an advantage, giving you access to digital balancing methods beyond that of a conventional 5.1 system. But seen as we have a true 5.1 headset what’s the point in limiting the Pro+’s only to games?

Even as I write this any potentially irritated neighbours are undisturbed by the enormous bass pounding my ears. In fact, the potential of the bass created by the Pro+’s is enough that you can even feel the air move like a proper sub. If the Pro+’s had a week point, it would definitely be music; but they still perform very, very well. Bass is defined but fat, adding adequate punch wherever it may be needed. High frequencies still don’t get muddled though and no noticeable clarity is lost during pacier moments. So, the Pro+’s can handle a stereo or Pro Logic feed very well. From my previous experience with Trittons I was ready to be impressed, but was still surprised at how well they handled something they weren’t particularly designed for. Lets get some proper Dolby 5.1 on the go!

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Turning to a film; explosions, gunshots and punches are full and rounded but never lose focus. Voices and shattered glass stay clear and manage to create space during busy action. It’s amazing how soundtrack, dialogue and sound effects all fit into such a small physical space and simultaneously avoid tripping over each other. One of the best things is the relief of not worrying about sound pollution. Admittedly this won’t effect everyone but I know I find it frustrating constantly turning volume up during dialogue and then having an explosion irritate everyone in my house. The Pro+’s are certainly a better solution than using dynamic range compression and potentially spoiling those nice, loud action sequences. Having the power and finesse of a proper 5.1 sound system in a headset is truly liberating.

Although the Pro+’s where designed for gaming, the necessity of comfort over long periods of time was clearly integral to their design. The new rotating cups and a shaped corner allow them to snugly and securely fit over your ears. Even after 2 hours I had no discomfort at all. I genuinely forgot I even had them on at certain points. Despite this comfort being predominantly designed for gaming sessions it’s nice for watching films too.

The Tritton Pro+’s are great for video games but they can be so much more. What you have is a portable 5.1 sound system that’s more than capable of high quality sound output with just about anything you feed them. To get anywhere near this quality of sound in a home cinema system you’re budget would need to be much more than £150. I have a decent mid-range system, nothing to boast about, but decent. Anyone else with a surround system will know, I’ve probably spent at least as much as a pair of Trittons on wiring alone over the years.

I also happen to have a pair of the old Tritton AX Pro’s and the Pro+’s are a noticeable improvement, especially where build quality, ease of use and comfort are concerned. Whether you are looking to upgrade your headset or complement your home cinema system the Tritton Pro+’s have to be tempting choice. For gamers and film buffs alike the Pro+’s offer great audio quality, especially at this price bracket. If your serious about games and have the money, buy these. You won’t be disappointed.

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The Tritton Pro+’s, how do they stack up in the competitive world of gaming, where every edge counts?

There’s a unique, almost ambivalent feeling of being sarcastically stabbed in the back on an FPS. Hate and embarrassment course through, whilst you simultaneously curse and pray that nobody bared witness to such an event. In come the Tritton Pro+’s. Let’s hope they can make that a thing of the past and finally answer truthfully if you can really hear footsteps coming up behind you.

True 5.1 surround sound is the selling point here; rather than mess about digitally emulating directional noise, Madcatz have opted for surely the most logical solution to having eyes in the back of your head, add more speakers! With four Neodymium drivers in each cup, (front, center, surround and sub) directional placement is defined and accurate.

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What with the Pro+’s being, primarily, designed for gaming, it’s slightly nonplussing to discover there are no downloadable pre-sets such as the rival Turtle Beach lines. However instead, we are gifted with a truly customisable inline volume controller, with each of the four speaker levels able to be be altered relative to one another. Meaning that, should grenades lack that little extra oomph, the bass can be increased to almost inordinately head squeezing levels; the rear speakers, after being thrown up a few notches, will make you swivel like a paranoid ballerina in full swing.

Even at their uppermost volume, which I don’t recommend you stay on for too long for obvious pain-related reasons, the Tritton’s don’t seem to distort. Crystal clear and punchy audio envelops what little space surrounds your ears; subtle game audio cues are amplified to the point of wondering how you’d never heard them before. The sound of a grenade pin being pulled or the cheeky blip of a claymore the instant before it takes your legs off are surprisingly sharp and noticeable. Not so clichéd subtleties are also present such as the bewildering inclusion of flies buzzing around on certain Black Ops 2 maps, it’s astonishing how much audio can be missed without such fidelity.

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The ability to adjust on the fly with this headset to your own specific needs, is to it’s benefit. Being able to alter in game volumes on a per speaker level is hugely advantageous. Combine this with modifying the chat level independently and you’re in full control. Lowering the chat volume when in a lobby of reprobates can leave you grinning in blissful ignorance to the profanities of your fallen prey, whilst still being able to keep an ear out.

Take it off mute for a second though and the clarity of online voice chat is in a different league to any ear buds or television speakers around. Microphone quality is also several strides above par, picking up very little background noise if adjusted properly. Selectable Voice Monitoring (SVM) is a nice feature, providing feedback of your voice through the cups. I feel a little self conscious if I can’t hear myself talking so I generally leave this on! A simple depress of the chat volume button will toggle it off and on should you wish. A point of note is that not only is the mic almost infinitely adjustable due to it’s malleable nature, but it can also be completely detached leaving you with a snazzy pair of cans for relaxing with a film or some music.

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Comfort levels are beyond my expectations. The cushioning at the head band let’s it fit all styles of head without it cuddling you so hard it brings on a headache; the cups envelop your ears, lobe and all, to give a satisfying fit. Even during a hardcore (gaming) session, if anything, they seem to get comfier and, aside from some hot ears, they’re barely noticeable after a while.

Everything you need to get setup is included; plugging it all in shouldn’t take more than a few minutes once you’ve pried everything out of the gloriously over engineered box. Only one AC socket is required this time around and wires are kept to a minimum, except the headset cable of course, which is a healthy 12ft. leaving you plenty of dancing space before wrenching your hi-fi stand apart.

They may not sound as good as a high end surround sound system, but then they are a fraction of the cost in comparison. They also may not turn average Joe into the next big YouTube star, but they’ll certainly help him along the way. What they are then, are a bit like glasses for your ears. They’ll help you hear the little details you never knew were there, but you’d have to know how to listen in the first place; those that know how to take advantage of that will become better players because of it. And yes, you really can hear footsteps behind you.

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We get a closer look at Toshiba’s new Excite Pro Android tablet.

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Demonstrating its explicit dedication to bring the tablet experience to the next level of excitement, Toshiba UK announced its new line-up of 25.7 cm (10.1”) Excite tablets in three distinctive versions. Equipped with Android 4.2, Jelly Bean, the latest version of the Android platform, the Toshiba Excite Pure, Pro and Write each serve the different needs of demanding users. All versions are available with an optional Toshiba Keyboard Cover, bundled or as an accessory for later purchase. The cover has an integrated mechanical keyboard for fast and accurate text input, and serves as a tablet protection as well. European sales of the new Toshiba Excite Pure, Pro and Write tablets will start in the third quarter of 2013.

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Toshiba Excite Pro Android 4.2 tablet

  • 25.7 cm (10.1”) PixelPure high resolution (2560×1600), hard coated glass display (16:10) with 10-finger touch support and Resolution+
  • NVIDIA Tegra 4 mobile processor
  • 2GB RAM, with 16 or 32 GB eMMC
  • Wireless communication: Wireless LAN 802.11.ac+abgn, Bluetooth 4.0, 3G/LTE support (on 32GB models only)
  • Connectivity: 1x micro-USB 2.0, 1x HDMI micro, 1x 3,5 mm combo jack, micro SD slot (SDHC/SDXC support)
  • WebCam: 1.2MP (front) and 8MP (rear) with LED Flash
  • Sound: 2 x 1.0 harman/kardon stereo speakers 1.0W + DTS™ Sound Enhancement , Video enhancement
  • Colours: Precious silver with textured dot pattern
  • Dimensions and weight: 260.7×178.9×10.5mm, from 632g or 1.1kg with optional Toshiba Keyboard Cover
  • Excite Pro: from £349

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What do you think of the Excite Pro? We hope to have one for review soon.

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Do you have a MacBook Air and wish you had more ports? Well now you can have more ports, including an Ethernet port with the LandingZone 2.0 PRO docking station, and here is our review.

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LandingZone PRO is an attractive and simple to use secure docking station for the MacBook Air. You can return from traveling with your computer and simply snap it into the LandingZone on your desk and enjoy the benefits of a complete desktop workstation.

Your lightweight MacBook Air just got a whole lot more powerful with this stylish docking stations. Turn your MacBook Air into a fully functional desktop system. No need to plug in cables each time you connect. Leave your cables plugged in. This full PRO version brings you, a powered 4-port USB hub and Ethernet, plus a Security Slot. This device works with the 13-inch and 11-inch MacBook Air models released in mid-1212  (Model A1465 and A1466)

Who are LandingZone?

From their website:

LandingZone is a small Silicon Valley company with big ideas. They develop unique accessories for Apple users. LandingZone is a slim and sleek docking and locking solution developed for the MacBook Air to dock in a simple, yet elegant way.

Specifications and Features

• Sleek & lightweight

• Single step docking & undocking

• Makes your MacBook Air lockable

• Brings Ethernet functionality to your desktop

• Use with MacBook Air’s lid opened or closed

• Connect a monitor, hard drive, printer, smart phone, tablet, etc.

• Use at home, office, or while you travel

This device works with the 13-inch and 11-inch MacBook Air models released 2010 until mid-2012 (Model A1465 and A1466)

Security Slot : Now you can lock your valuable MacBook Air with any standard Kensington Laptop Lock (sold separately).

USB 3.0 Hub with 4 ports : Built-in powered USB Hub with 4 USB ports that you can use to connect printers, storage devices, drawing tablet, iPhone, iPad, etc.

High-speed charging : Supports high-speed charging of iPhone, iPad and iPod on the left-side wing port.

Gigabit Ethernet port : Brings full Ethernet functionality to the MacBook Air!

Mini DisplayPort : Connect an external monitor. Also works with Apple Thunderbolt Display model # A1407.

MagSafe 2 Power Pass-through : Pass-through port allows you to use your MacBook Air’s original power supply.

Power Adapter : Powers the USB Hub so you can connect multiple gadgets or devices that require a powered USB connection, such as printers or certain USB hard drives.

Status Indicator Light : Shows you if your MacBook Air is running without having to open the lid.

Travel Clip : Keeps the Landing Zone’s Lever closed for easy travel.

What’s in the Box?

The box, which is extremely well packaged, contains the docking station, manuals, and a power plug with three options pin connectors for use depending on where in the world you are.

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A Closer Look

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Using the LandingZone 2.0 PRO

After removing the travel clip, fitting your MacBook Air into the docking station is fairly simply. You place your Air into it, line up the edges and then push the handle back into place.

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If you want to use your Air’s power supply you need to slot that into place on the docking station before you fit the Air.

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And when the Air is docked you have access to all the ports.

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When powered up, there is a light that illuminates to show that power is getting through – remember that you need power in order for the various ports to function.

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Final Thoughts

I can’t tell you the number of times I needed an extra port or two when using my MacBook Air, especially when I am away at events, such as CES. The LandingZone 2.0 PRO docking station solves all of those problems in a simple and lightweight package.

I first saw LandingZone 2.0 PRO at CES this year, and I remember saying to them at the time that I had to have one, and I am so glad I managed to get my hands on one as its great.

Using it is as simple as fitting your Air into it and plugging it in. There is even a small travel clip that is used to hold it all in place when moving around, and that was a very smart move.

When docked, the Air is actually at a very comfortable angle for typing, and I found myself able to type for longer periods of time without my hands becoming tired. It also aids with ventilation, and anyone who has ever used an Air knows it can get pretty hot!

And when you register it on LandingZone’s website, you also get a free app called unDock which adds a simple but critical piece of functionality to your Mac—an “Eject All” shortcut, which is very useful and again saves time and effort.

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The retail price of the LandingZone 2.0 Pro docking station is $199.99 and you can buy it from the LandingZone website or from Amazon below (they stock both the 13” and the 11” versions).

      

All in all this is a great piece of kit and a must have addition for anyone who owns a MacBook Air. Having additional ports, including a Gigabit Ethernet port really enhances the Air and as mentioned earlier, the typing angle really helps for a more comfortable usage experience.

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You can learn more from the Landing Zone website.

Last year we revived the Samsung SSD 830 series and it was our favourite SSD. Now a year later Samsung have released the 840 series and we have been testing the PRO model.

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Unrivaled Performance

Samsung’s SSD 840 PRO Series is a high-performance SSD, capable of delivering up to 100,000 IOPS Random Read Speed and 540MB/s Sequential Read Speed—an SSD of unrivaled high performance. Built with an advanced MDX controller, Samsung’s SSD delivers high speeds regardless of data type, unlike competing controllers that greatly favor compressible data.

Superior Reliability

As the world’s #1 DRAM, NAND Flash, and SSD supplier; Samsung SSDs are designed and built completely in-house. The Samsung SSD 840 Series is optimized for exceptional, sustained performance and unrivaled reliability through its specially-engineered wear-leveling and garbage collection algorithms backed by a generous 5-year limited warranty.

Performance Sustainability

The Samsung SSD 840 PRO Series provides the same excellent performance throughout its entire lifetime even under extremely heavy workloads. In fact, the sophisticated MDX controller is capable of maintaining peak performances under punishing conditions for more than twice as long the nearest competitor.

Business Friendly Features

The 840 SSD 840 PRO Series introduces three important hardware features for businesses: Worldwide Name (WWN), LED Indicator support, and AES 256-bit Full Disk Encryption (FDE). The first two features make it easier to integrate the 840 PRO SSD into server and storage systems while the AES Encryption helps safeguard data against attack. By encrypting all information on the disk at the hardware level, there is no detrimental effect on performance.
Plus, Samsung’s Magician software has been completely redesigned and includes several business-friendly features including Drive Health Status, Total Bytes Written (TBW), and Disk Scan & Error Reporting functionality. This allows IT managers to monitor drive health and plan hardware replacement cycles.

SSDs

Solid State Drives, or SSDs, are innovative data storage devices that deliver high performance, reliability, and quality by using NAND Flash memory instead of the magnetic disks used in traditional Hard Disk Drives (HDDs). SSDs provide very fast PC booting and application loading speeds and perform exceptionally well in multi-tasking environments – all while consuming less power, emitting very little heat, producing no noise, and offering outstanding stability compared to conventional HDDs.

Specifications

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A Closer Look

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Using the 840 Series

The 840 Series SSD is easy to install and use. It comes with Samsung’s SSD Magician software (see Final Thoughts for more on this).

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Performance Testing

Here is our usual suite of performance testing – all testing was conducted via a SATA III 6Gb connection.

The spec of the machine used to do the testing is as follows:

  • Windows 8 Pro, 64-bit version
  • 16GB RAM
  • Intel Core i7-2600K CPU @ 3.40GHz

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This gave me a Primary hard disk rating of 8.1, which is the highest I have ever had this rating. The 830 series gave me a 7.7 rating.

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The average Read speed was 299.8 MB/s (the 830 scored 259.6 MB/s).

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The average Write speed was 265.3 MB/s (the 830 scored 246.9 MB/s).

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File benchmarking was as follows:

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Samsung Magician

The Samsung Magician Software has an option that enables you to run some benchmarks and perform tweaks.

This is before:

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And after:

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What’s interesting to note is that my Read’s are faster, but my Seq. Write is slower afterwards.

Final Thoughts

The 840 PRO comes in three different sizes – 128GB, 256GB and 512GB. For this review we had the 256GB model.

The drive is fast, very fast and work’s very well indeed. There are a number of really great features with the drive too!

Unfortunately at the time of writing this review, Samsung had yet to release the updated version of their Magician software (at the time of writing they had just released version 3.2 which does support the 840 but not all of the features), meaning that certain features cannot yet be tested. Rest assured though, when version 4.0 is released (and it should be later this year) we will test it and let you know. I am eager to test out the full disk encryption (FDE) functionality.

I was very impressed to see that Samsung are pushing the reliability of the 840 as they did with the 830. My 830 was used constantly for over a year and I didn’t have a single problem with it.

Price wise, the 128GB starts around £120 and goes up from there.

It is also nice to see that the pricing is very similar depending on which kit you go for – so for only a few extra pounds you can get the cables and either the mounting brackets or spacer.

The warranty period on the series 840 PRO drives are 5 years, which in a most cases increases the warranty period by 2 years over it’s competitors, so well done Samsung!

So I cannot rate this SSD highly enough – it is fantastic! It is the best SSD I have ever tested and now is my main drive!

The Series 840 PRO SSD is available now.

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Tonight Apple released MacBook Air and MacBook Pro Update 2.0.

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The update includes graphics performance and reliability enhancements and improves compatibility with some USB devices and is recommended for all Mac notebooks introduced in June 2012.

Go update now!

If your PC is running Windows 8 Pro and you’d like to get Windows 8 Media Center Pack so you can watch and record live TV with Windows Media Center, Microsoft will give you it for free.

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Add Windows 8 Pro Pack or Windows 8 Media Center Pack to your edition of Windows
Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and then tap Search.

(If you’re using a mouse, point to the upper-right corner of the screen, and then click Search.)

Enter add features in the search box, and then tap or click Settings .

Tap or click Add features to Windows 8 and then do one of the following:

If you need to purchase a product key, tap or click I want to buy a product key online.

You will be prompted through the steps to buy a product key from there and it will be entered for you.

If you already have a product key, tap or click I already have a product key.

Enter your product key and click Next.

Read the license terms, select the check box to accept the license terms, and then click Add features.

If you were running Windows 8, your PC will restart automatically and Windows 8 Pro With Media Center will be on it.

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Today Samsung announced the new 840 Series SSD range, the successor to the excellent 830 Series.

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The new series supporting SATA 6.0 gigabit-per-second (Gb/s) interface comes in two tracks; one for general computing purposes and another, an advanced lineup dubbed ‘PRO’ for serious users.

Samsung’s tiered offering for professional and general user environments provides consumers a broader choice of SSDs to best suit their personal requirements.

The unrivaled performance of Samsung’s SSDs lies in its MDX controller, which delivers superior performance, high reliability and sustainability that are among the product’s proprietary features. The premium class 840 PRO provides 100,000 input/ output per second (IOPS) for random read and 90,000 IOPS for random write*. Benchmark test** on the overall system performance unveiled a three-fold advancement when applying the 840 PRO in place of a conventional hard disk drive.

Mr. UnSoo Kim, vice president of Memory brand product marketing team, Samsung Electronics, said, “Introduction of Samsung’s 840 SSD series delivers considerable levels of advancements to the notebook user environment. As a technology pioneer, Samsung continues to raise the level of performance of SSDs and contribute to the growing global pool of users enjoying the conveniences of high-performance SSDs.”

The new 840 series will be available globally from mid October through retail channels.

We have one for review and will be posting about it shortly.

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If you are a Dropbox Pro subscriber then you will find tonight your storage has doubled!

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As well as doubling the 50GB plan to 100GB and the 100GB to 200GB, Dropbox are also introducing an all new 500GB plan for those more storage hungry users.

Learn more about the pricing for the new 500GB later tonight when it goes live by clicking here.

Are you a Dropbox Pro subscriber? If so let us know what you think of this news.

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