With several connecting technologies, storage technologies, and a constantly changing warranty landscape, it can be difficult to find the external storage device that meets your needs for speed, reliability, and budget. That's why we provide thorough reviews to help.
Armed with a Sandy Bridge-based Celeron CPU, QNAP's TS-470 handles the traffic from four gigabit Ethernet connections. Or, with the addition of a 10 GbE upgrade card, it can be made to push well over 1 GB/s,...
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Here's a good way to back up your files.
The company is offering two HDD models and two SSD models.
Corsair revealed a new wireless drive during COMPUTEX.
This line of storage products now has a 20 TB model.
Here's another wireless drive for dumping files on the go.
You're forking out the big bucks with the 10 TB solution.
Here are three ways to back up your mobile device files.
Here's an external SSD that can play host to eight simultaneous connections.
Would you like a device capable of functioning as USB-based storage, a Wi-Fi hotspot, an archive for your media, a streaming server, and a rechargeable battery? The six devices in this round-up are versatile,...
Silicon Power now offers a Thunderbolt T11 with 240 GB.
Vantec's new portable hard drive enclosure can make a WiFi network.
G-Technology is also using Seagate's new 6 TB hard drive.
Here's an interesting adapter.
The Thunderbolt 2 version of Little Big Disk is here.
Here's an external drive with its own keypad for PIN-based security.
Three LaCie products now use Seagate's 5 TB hard drive.
The world's first portable 4 TB storage device.