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Fujitsu's "Green" Notebooks Achieves 18Hr Life
Mar 16, 2010 - in News
It's not easy being green.
Laptop Storage: 640GB And 500GB Drives From WD And Fujitsu
Nov 1, 2009 - in Reviews
We're looking at two new notebook hard drives today: Fujitsu’s 500GB 2.5" disk and WD’s brand new 640GB 2.5" model (the largest notebook drive you can buy). The capacities on both products are outstanding, but neither drive is completely perfect.
New Enterprise Hard Drives: 6 Gb/s SAS And 200 MB/s
Sep 18, 2009 - in Reviews
Everyone talks about SSDs, but conventional hard drives continue to make lot of progress, especially in the enterprise space, where established technology is as important as performance. We review six 2.5” and two 3.5” SAS 6 Gb/s drives and compare.
Perfect Notebook Storage: Seven 2.5” 500 GB Drives
Jun 18, 2009 - in Reviews
We compare the latest 500 GB notebook drives from Fujitsu, Hitachi, Samsung, Seagate, Toshiba and WD. Seagate is first manufacturer to reach 500 GB at 7,200 RPM, but which is really the best drive? We loaded up our updated test system to find out.
Roundup: Hand-Held Hard Drives With Up To 500 GB
May 15, 2009 - in Reviews
Big hard drive capacities aren't just for immobile desktops any more. We round up the latest portable disks from Fujitsu, Samsung, Seagate, and Western Digital in order to gauge the performance you can expect from hand-held drives with up to 500 GB.
Round Up: Five Powerful, Light Ultraportables
Nov 4, 2008 - in Reviews
Executives, road warriors, and gadget geeks all lust after ultraportable notebooks. Five of these amazing machines battle it out in this roundup.
Transmeta Signs Licensing Deal with Intel, then Puts Itself on the Block
Sep 26, 2008 - in News
The fat lady is singing for Transmeta. The company once known for its highly energy-efficient x86-compatible Crusoe and Efficeon microprocessors announced two new licensing deals with Intel today, and then announced that the company was for sale.
SAS Storage: High-Performance Hard Drives
Aug 26, 2008 - in Reviews
While people keep looking at flash SSDs, a lot has been going on in the hard drive space as well. The new enterprise drives by Hitachi and Seagate offer throughput that remains unmatched by flash-based models.