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August 28th, 2014

Die externe 2,5 Zoll Festplatte ist die kompakteste Bauform ihrer Klasse. Sie lässt sich flexibel nutzen, ist leicht zu transportieren und bietet einen großen Speicher an. Damit findet sie sowohl für das Studium, die Freizeit als auch für den Beruf Verwendung. Weitere Infos hierzu finden Sie auf Externe Festplatte Test. Wenn Sie unkompliziert eine große Datenmenge transportieren möchten, dann sind diese Festplatten genau richtig für Sie. Durch den niedrigen Preis und das geringe Gewicht erhalten Sie ein komfortables Gerät für vielfältige Einsatzzwecke. Die externe Festplatte wird mit dem Computer oder dem Laptop verbunden und kann genutzt werden. Übertragen Sie die Daten auf die Festplatte und nutzen Sie diese an jedem beliebigen Ort. Schnell sind die Lieblingsfilme vom Desktop PC auf das Speichermedium gezogen und können unterwegs mit dem Laptop genutzt werden. Auch bei verschiedenen Wohnorten oder einem heimischen Arbeitszimmer hat sich diese Technik bewährt. Sie nutzen die Daten an jedem gewünschten Ort, ohne den Rechner transportieren zu müssen. Als Schnittstelle kommt in der Regel USB zum Einsatz. Diese Technik konnte sich bereits in vielen Bereichen durchsetzen und ist an so gut wie jedem Computer vorhanden. Selbst ältere Modelle sind meistens schon mit einem USB Anschluss ausgestattet. Hierbei bestehen allerdings Unterschiede. Es wird zwischen USB 2.0 und USB 3.0 unterschieden. Viele Geräte weisen einen USB 2.0 Anschluss auf. Dieser ist nicht schlecht, kann jedoch die Geschwindigkeit bei großen Datenmengen ausbremsen. Besser ist es, einen USB 3.0 Port auszuwählen, dann wird der Datentransport schneller. Speicherplatz ist in der heutigen Zeit erschwinglich geworden, daher sollten Sie die Kapazität der externen Festplatte nicht zu klein auswählen. Ein Terrabyte ist das Minimum, welches zum Einsatz kommen sollten. So können Sie eine große Anzahl an Liedern, Filmen und anderen Daten abspeichern, ohne dass das Platzangebot einschränkend ist. Hierbei gilt: Je größer desto besser. Allerdings müssen Sie immer das Preis/Leistungsverhältnis beachten, da hierbei große Unterschiede bestehen. Ein Festplattentest hilft Ihnen, die besten Modelle zu finden und zu kaufen.

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August 27th, 2014

Hochwertige Wetterstationen sind bereits zu niedrigen Preisen erhältlich. Die Möglichkeiten haben sich in den letzten Jahren stark erhöht und Sie erhalten moderne Geräte mit einem vielfältigen Leistungsangebot. Hierzufinden sie detailierte Informationen auf folgendem Wetterstation Test. Die TFA 35.5015.IT Funkwetterstation Eos Max beispielsweise punktet durch exakte Messwerte und die sechstägige Wetterprognose. Die Informationen werden auf dem übersichtlichen Display dargestellt und beinhalten unter anderem die Temperatur, die Regenwahrscheinlichkeit und die Luftfeuchtigkeit. Ebenso effektiv arbeitet die Technoline WS 9632-IT Wetterstation. Dieses kompakte Gerät stellt alle wichtigen Werte dar und arbeitet zudem mit einer praktischen Grafik. Sie erkennen auf einen Blick die Wetterlage und können sich entsprechend kleiden und Ihre Vorhaben planen.

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September 19th, 2013

I would like to announce that Bears Backer has joined the Chicago Now blog network. You can read all of the latest posts and updates from Jake Perper at http://www.chicagonow.com/bears-backer/.

All of the past articles, interviews, videos and pictures will stay on Bearsbacker.com for your convenience.

Thanks again for everything. This is a big opportunity for Jake as he joins Chicago Now which is a part of the Chicago Tribune. Please keep following Bears Backer as it strives to improve each and everyday.

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September 17th, 2013

NFL Power Rankings Week ThreeHere are the Week Three power rankings from various sites around the web:

ESPN: #9 (Last week: #9)

Analysis, “Jay Cutler is loving the Martellus Bennett experience so far. Bennett’s three touchdowns this year, including the game-winning score Sunday, equals the total of all Bears tight ends last year..”

NFL.com: #7 (Last week: #6)

Analysis, “Talk about a great escape. The Bears have to play better, but at the end of the day, Jay Cutler made things happen when necessary, like tossing the game-winner to Martellus Bennett. What’s most encouraging is the way Chicago used Matt Forte, who caught 11 balls and had 30 touches overall for 161 yards on Sunday. Through two weeks, Forte has 53 touches; if he can hold up, he’ll eclipse 2,000 yards from scrimmage.”

Yahoo Sports: #7 (Last week: #7)

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September 17th, 2013

BearsThe Chicago Bears snuck past the Minnesota Vikings to win 31-30 on Sunday becoming one of three NFC teams to start the 2013 NFL season with a 2-0 record.

Quarterback Jay Cutler lifted the Bears with two impressive fourth quarter touchdown drives to win it against the Bengals in Week One and the Vikings in Week Two. Both teams made it to the playoffs a year ago.

It wasn’t all pretty for the Bears in their two victories. Especially on Sunday. The play-calling against the Vikings and the execution in the second half proved that their is still plenty to improve on. The offensive execution specifically.

Jay Cutler has completed 68.1 percent of passes for 532 yards, five touchdowns, three interceptions and one fumble with a QB rating of 95.4 through two games.

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September 14th, 2013

Forte-PetersonThe Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears will meet for the 105th time ever on Sunday. The Vikings lead the all-time series 53-49-2.

The Bears are 5-0 against the Vikings at Soldier Field dating back to 2008. The last Minnesota win in Chicago came on Oct. 14, 2007, when a then rookie running back Adrian Peterson bullied the Bears for 362 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns.

The Vikings beat the Bears last season for the first time since Novemeber 2009 in a Week 14 win at Mall of America Field.

The Vikings disappointed in a 34-24 season opening loss to NFC North foe Detroit. Minnesota turned the ball over four times, three turnovers coming from the arm of quarterback Christian Ponder. They allowed 469 yards of total offense by the Lions. Reggie Bush totaled 191 yards all-purpose yards in his Lions debut.

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September 7th, 2013

Marshall-Green NFL Week One 2013The Cincinnati Bengals and Chicago Bears will meet for the 10th time ever on Sunday. The Bengals lead the all-time series 6-3.

The Bears are 7-1 in their last eight home openers and have won three in a row. The Bengals are 3-4 in season openers on the road under current coach Marvin Lewis. The last time the Bengals opened the season on the road against an NFC opponent was in 1996 against St. Louis.

The Bengals annihilated the Bears, 45-10, back in Week Seven of the 2009 season when these two teams last squared off.

The Bears are coming off a 10-6 season in which they finished third in the NFC North and failed to advance to the playoffs for the second straight year. The Bengals on the other hand have clinched playoff spots the past two seasons (2011, 12) under quarterback Andy Dalton.

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September 6th, 2013

Five Players To Watch Week One - Bears BackerThe Chicago Bears host the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2013 season opener at Soldier Field on Sunday afternoon.

The Bengals have advanced to the playoffs the past two seasons in the AFC, while the Bears haven’t made the playoffs since the unforgettable 2010 season, which ended in a loss to the Packers in the NFC Championship.

The Bears have no injuries to report heading into the first game of the season. Defensive tackle Henry Melton and wide receiver Earl Bennett have returned from concussions. Also, middle linebacker D.J. Williams is ready to go after sitting out since July 31 with a calf strain.

Here are five players you should keep an eye on come Sunday:

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September 4th, 2013

TrestmanHere are the Week One power rankings from various sites around the web:

ESPN: #14 (Last year: #13)

Analysis, “New offensive-minded head coach Marc Trestman has work to do. The Bears’ offense has finished above the bottom 10 in total yards once in the past 11 years.”

NFL.com: #12 (Last year: #13)

Analysis, “Sketchy details are just now coming in about some Bears fans picketing outside Soldier Field. Evidently unhappy about losing the 33 sacks allowed that recently released offensive tackle J’Marcus Webb collected in his three years with the team, protesters were further emboldened when some bystander loudly mentioned the 24 penalties he’d accumulated.”

Fox Sports: #11 (Last year: #13)

Analysis, “It is rare that a new coach inherits a 10-win team and a franchise-level quarterback, but that is exactly what Marc Trestman got in Chicago. However, the transition may not as be seamless, as Chicago goes from a team that wins with defense to one built around the offense.”

CBS Sports: #15 (Last year: #11)

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September 3rd, 2013

Chicago Bears offensive line 201313-year veteran Roberto Garza is the only current Chicago Bears’ offensive lineman who was on the active roster to start the 2012 season.

The 34-year old center was joined on the 53-man roster by guard James Brown and tackle Jonathan Scott after the season opening win against the Indianapolis Colts.

Starters Jermon Bushrod, Matt Slauson, Kyle Long, Jordan Mills and reserves Eben Britton and Taylor Boggs are seven new faces along the Bears’ offensive line this season. They replaced underachievers Gabe Carimi, Lance Louis, Chris Williams, J’Marcus Webb, Edwin Williams, Chris Spencer and Chilo Rachal.

The overhaul at the position was much needed and can only do new Bears’ offensive coordinator/offensive line coach Aaron Kromer wonders.

The first Bears’ depth chart was released on Tuesday as it listed the starting five in front of Cutler: LT Jermon Bushrod, LG Matt Slauson, C Roberto Garza, RG Kyle Long, RT Jordan Mills.

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