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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.
3Gen seems to be just another NAS vendor. But its products, the IntelliNAS for four HDDs, and the 3Gen Restore, provide appealing value for SMBs and enthusiast users.
Flash memory has reached densities at which the manufacturers now focus on reducing the product size. Supertalent impressed us by providing its press release on the smallest thumb drive we’ve ever seen.
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Lacie has increased the burn speeds of its d2 Blu-ray drive from a 2x to a 4x rating.
iSCSI and SAS storage are flexible and powerful — but expensive. We looked at two direct attached storage solution kits from Accusys and AMCC/3Ware.
External drives are becoming the storage backbone for home users. Single drive solutions do not provide true data safety, though, as a drive failure will kill all your data. LaCie and SimpleTech move beyond...
Buffalo, Maxtor, Seagate and SimpleTech sent us their latest external premium hard drives. They all offer 750 to 1000 GB of storage along with USB 2.0 and other interfaces, but their software, design and...
Forget about boosting storage capacity with old-fashioned hard drives. External devices are the way to go. We look at four 500 GB products from LaCie, Western Digital and Wiebetech.
On-the-go hard disks allow users to back up USB flash drive or memory card data without a PC - or at least in theory. But two devices from Startech and Thecus were not without their faults.
With hard disk prices dropping fast, disk based backup solutions are the next big thing. Check out what Highly Reliable Systems has done for the small business customer needing quick and easy backups.
Along with spring comes new storage products. Seagate and Toshiba sent us their latest external drives while Hitachi offered an upgrade kit for notebook hard disks.
We looked at two RAID-based external storage appliances from easyRAID and Sans Digital. They deliver increased performance, but with annoying decibel levels.
Cooling the unsung hero of your PC, with bling!
Who said storage can't be sexy? Western Digital has stepped up with an external storage device shaped like a book - as in the kind you read.
The IcyDock MB559 hard drive enclosure lets you pick and choose between USB 2.0 and eSATA connections. For $60, do you get more than what you pay for?
Are you looking for an ultra-portable storage device that combines a small footprint and big value? The Aegis Mini is one of the sexiest products we've seen.
Thecus makes an affordable and ingenious storage solution to get some usable mileage out of 2.5" hard disks you might have laying around. The option to back up files directly from your digital camera and MP3...
Do you need serious backup capabilities? We tested Tandberg's entries into the low-power, small-size LTO drive category with internal and external 100 and 200 GB models.
The REV drive is available in 35 and 70 GB flavors, but you need the eight-disc REV loader to setup automatic daily backups.
The market is flooded with Flash memory products - how do you choose? We took a look at 12 cool solutions with capacities ranging from 512 MB to 8 GB.
Maxtor's OneTouch III Mini Edition is an external 2.5" USB 2.0 hard drive for mobile users who want to back up important files at the touch of a button. In this review, Harald Thon takes a look at this little...
You can begin to forget about USB or Firewire: there is no substitute for SATA as a fast, reliable and relatively inexpensive external storage solution. Thecus' N2050 storage box, which uses eSATA to hook up...
An external hard drive. A music and video player that can also stream audio to your FM car stereo. Mvix' Multimedia Center MV-5000U is all of these things.
TeraByte drives do not need to be slim and sexy, because their capacity of almost 1,000 GB speaks for itself. We looked under the hood of two amazing storage mammoths by LaCie and Maxtor.
It may look like an Apple Mac Mini, but Macpower's M9-DX Mini Pod is a powerful 400 GB external storage device for both Macs and PCs.
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