Posts Tagged ‘Storage’
  • USB Heart Hub: for that geeky female in your life.
    by Mike
    Posted October 9th, 2009 at 6:46 am
    Here in the states, everyone is looking at Halloween quickly approaching. A few weeks later, the big 'ol turkey strolls by with Christmas soon after. While Valentines day is still several months and holidays away, why wait to get your special someone the perfect gift? If you happen to be one of the lucky men out there with a geeky female significant other, the USB Heart Hub may be the perfect gift. The specs are pretty standard by now: USB 2.0, Windows support all the way back to Win2000, an...
  • e-Ink labels make grand appearance on WD external hard drives
    by Mike
    Posted October 6th, 2009 at 10:25 am
    Because a series of blinking lights is too vague and such things as capacity and I/O support are now old news, WD has taken it upon themselves to usher in the next "gotta-have-it feature" of external hard drives. Ladies and Gents, e-Ink display equipped externals are now here. From here on out, My Book Elite and My Book Studio WD hard drives will now come adorned with a 12-character e-Ink display on the spine giving you a more easily decipherable message as to how much room is really left in ...
  • Cell toting 55″ REGZA LED TV is a beast. Displays 8 channels at once!
    by Mike
    Posted October 5th, 2009 at 6:42 am
    Think you have the biggest, baddest TV in town? Sit down because you don't have anything against Toshiba's latest beast waiting in the wings. The REGZA 55X1 LED TV has a host of specs that will make any videophile and sports junkie drool. So what about these specs? 240 Hz LED backlight Cell processor (same as PS3) 5,000,000 : 1 dynamic contrast ratio 1250cd/m² 7-speaker sound bar Opera-based HD web browser external 3TB hard drive for time-shifting up to 26 hours of TV from 8 differ...
  • OWC releases first Firewire supporting 1TB 2.5″ external hard drive
    by Mike
    Posted October 2nd, 2009 at 5:35 am
    For those who need the top-o-the-line when it comes to storage sizes in small packages and also have an affinity for good 'ol FireWire have a new hotness to lust over. Instead of maxing out on sub-1TB external hard drives, push past that barrier with OWC's new 2.5" 1TB hard drive. The best part is that it comes packing FireWire 800/400 which is a first for a drive of this size and capacity. If you want this miniature beast with FireWire you can expect to shell out a pretty hefty $359. Otherw...
  • Seagate introduces “world’s first” 6Gbps 3.5″, SATA3 hard drive
    by Mike
    Posted September 21st, 2009 at 5:31 am
    In a world full of slow, SATA1/2 hard drives, SATA3 hard drives look to bring a new meaning to the word fast. If speed is your number one concern, look no further than Seagate's 3.5", SATA3 hard drive. This particular drive's claim to fame is that it is the claimed world's first 3.5" internal hard drive to ship with 6Gbps SATA3 specs meaning accessing your data will be leaps and bounds faster. If you were to question how fast and I were to give you an answer, it would be along the lines of an...
  • iTwin is to digital bits what charms are to little girls
    by Mike
    Posted September 15th, 2009 at 6:41 am
    Remote desktop while a very handy and useful technology is so old. Something new, exciting, and fresh needs to come along however. But what could take the place of something so ubiquitous? iTwin would like you to consider them as a potential candidate. iTwin is a USB stick that one person shares with his bestest friend or colleague as to allow them to securely share information (much like remote connection) between two computers over the web. The possibilities of such a device of course a...
  • Dual-Interface 64GB Kanguru Flash drive does the USB/eSATA tango
    by Mike
    Posted September 4th, 2009 at 6:47 am
    Do you have the need for speed? Do you need a flash drive that is small and offers up copious amounts of storage? If so, why not take a gander at Kanguru's 64GB dual-interface flash drive. The nifty feature of this flash drive isn't necessarily the size (as more 64GB flash drives are becoming commonplace) but the dual-interface design with a USB 2.0 and eSATA connection ensuring you have the fastest speeds wherever you decide to hook up. With USB 3.0 around the corner, sadly this drive wil...
  • Seagate to be first to market with 2.5″ 1TB portable hard drives?
    by Mike
    Posted September 3rd, 2009 at 8:43 am
    Hey you. The one that takes 3-400 pictures of every family event, sunrise, and other not so important occurrence on planet earth. I know you're probably running out of hard drive space or already on your 2nd or 3rd. Instead of actually deleting the bad, redundant, or downright useless pictures, Seagate will soon feed your addiction. Already stealing the thunder from Toshiba's 640GB 2.5" hard drive announcement" Mobile techies and digital media lovers who need the top-of-the-line when it co...
  • Saint USB Flash Drive/Security Key locks up your files from prying eyes
    by Mike
    Posted September 2nd, 2009 at 11:38 am
    If you've ever had the misfortune of losing your precious laptop only to realize all of the files that are now subject to foreign eyes, you no doubt know that rock in your gut feeling. Even worse, that rock-in-gut feeling will be the least of your worries if you work for some important company and you lost company secrets a long with your laptop. Now not only does your gut have a rock stowing away inside, but you'll also be getting pretty familiar with the unemployment line. Such accidents ...
  • 2.5″ Hard Drives get more crowded thanks to Toshiba
    by Mike
    Posted September 2nd, 2009 at 5:58 am
    That 500GB 2.5" drive just not cuttin' it for ya? No worries. Toshiba has your back. Where many manufacturers have stopped, Toshiba has pressed on, to bring you, the customer, the most storage space for your buck and square inches. The story? Toshiba's line of 2.5" hard drives just received a pleasent storage bump. Surpassing the current industry limit of 500GB, Toshiba is venturing closer to a herald 1 TB 2.5" hard drive with the alphabet soup 640GB MK6465GSX hard drive. Whipping your ...
  • Watch a USB Drive being born.
    by Mike
    Posted August 25th, 2009 at 5:58 am
    [youtube][/youtube] Technology such as flash drives, how they work, and an overall amazement at how storage technologies work day in and day out go unnoticed by most. They simply expect their little flash drives to work when the moment arises not giving a care in the world to how exactly such things are made. While the general public won't care and again just want it to work, the geek in you craves for such knowledge and inside info. How exactly does...
  • Super secure your data with the Padlock Encrypted Hard Drive.
    by Mike
    Posted August 20th, 2009 at 7:14 am
    Maybe the Personal Safe Flash drive doesn't hold enough data for your liking. Do you need gigs upon gigs of secure storage? Where the Personal Safe flash drive falls short, the Padlock Encrypted Hard Drive excels. What truly makes this drive a secure powerhouse is that it is secured at the hardware level meaning that if a half-way intelligent thief rip the drive out of the case, your data will still be secured by either 128 or 256 bit encryption. Adding a further monkey wrench into any pry...
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