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Yet thanks to Sony and its competitors, the advantages of removable media are blazingly obvious to consumers by now.
While the product is good, don't expect blazingly fast speed.
It's blazingly fast, with maximum upload speeds of 1.
As the ultimate release for the data warehousing customer, the blazingly fast performance of Independence will expand business productivity and efficiency by minimizing down time in business-critical applications.
The new Kaminario K2 is the industry's first all solid-state SAN system to deliver blazingly fast and consistent database performance without compromising on high availability within a single enclosure.
It delivers up to a blazingly fast 60% performance improvement[sup.
The new BlackBerry Torch 9810 smartphone also features Liquid Graphics technology, which combines a dedicated high-performance graphics processor with a blazingly fast CPU and stunning high resolution display to deliver a touch interface with fast and smooth graphics, according to the statement.
We will remain, as always, deeply respectful fans of this blazingly talented individual.
Vertica's blazingly fast analytic database reduces query wait times from 20 minutes to 8 seconds over traditional database engine
And through all this enterprise has been the CBS Chorus, joined here by the equally excellent City of Birmingham Choir, producing a palette of tone ranging from the intimately confiding to the blazingly assertive, and always delivered with supreme clarity and response to the text.
IN A year dominated by blazingly fast times, records were once again broken during the breezes for the Barretts May Two-Year-Olds In Training Sale, which were held on Thursday and Friday.
On another blazingly hot day, the South African carded a four-under-par 68 to move him eight under at the end of day two, two shots clear of Englishman Oliver Wilson, one of those with whom he shared the overnight lead.