Posts Tagged: "Hard Drives"

Wallet Drive

Verbatim Wallet Drives Fits In Your Back Pocket


Verbatim’s got an interesting new portable storage solution on their hands with the new Wallet Drive. Coming in 320 & 500GB capacities, the drive has a brown or black leather enclosure and is sized to fit in your back pocket, just like a wallet. Just remember two things — don’t...


Samsung Releases Their First 1TB 2.5-Inch Drive


Samsung unveiled today their first 1TB capacity 2.5-inch hard drive, the Samsung Spinpoint MT2. The 5400 rpm drive has 333GB per platter, three in total. In addition, their SilentSeek and NoiseGuard technology promises to keep the drive super quiet.There’s one snag though — it’s 12.5mm size makes it difficult to...

Toshiba Canvio Mac Hard Drives

Toshiba Releases Mac Friendly Canvio Hard Drives


There couldn’t be a more perfect time for Toshiba to announce their Mac friendly Canvio hard drives.  They’re available in 500GB, 750GB and 1TB sizes and cost $100, $120 and $140 respectively.  Included is Mac compatible backup software, a USB 2.0 port and a shock sensor just in case you...


Samsung’s Spinpoint F4 320GB HDD Is Quiet & Fast


Samsung’s new Spinpoint F4 320GB HDD isn’t exactly the most revolutionary drive out there, being a desktop hard drive that’s not SSD, but it does offer less moving parts than its brothers, allowing a ten percent read/write speed increase. It also reduces its power consumption compared to the other F-Series...


Hitachi Announces World’s Fastest 7mm HDDs


If we’ve learned anything about fancy cars, it’s that things that are sleek and fast are cool. So Hitachi’s new 2.5-inch Z-Series falls right in line, boasting a height of only 7mm and speeds of 7200rpm. The drives will be coming in 160GB, 250GB and 320GB sizes. They’ll allow companies...

Lacie Fingerprint Rugged Hard Drive

Lacie Adds Fingerprint Protection To Rugged Hard Drive


Lacie is pretty good at production iterations, and while their latest Rugged Safe hard drive is essentially the same as previous models it does add some bad ass security that will have even the most talented of hackers scratching their heads.  First up is 128-bit AES hardware encryption, which is...

Lacie Network Space MAX

Lacie Network Space MAX NAS


Phew! I was starting to worry that Lacie had forgot to issue yet another updated, slightly modified version of the Lacinema Series Hard Drives.  Actually, this one isn’t officially part of that line but it sports the same styling, which includes a shiny black finish and blue glowing LED light. ...