Posts Tagged: "Hitachi"

Hitachi HSB32B26 Bluetooth Sound Bar

Hitachi HSB32B26 Bluetooth Sound Bar Review

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A sound bar must server two purposes in order to succeed: the first being to provide an accurate and faithful rendering of the audio being outputted from a television (or video source device that is connected to the TV). The second purpose that must be served is to blend into...

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Hitachi G-Drive Mobile 500GB Review

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Firewire is dead. Every MacBook Pro still uses it, but as we know from all of Apple’s latest laptops the company is moving to Thunderbolt. But even as a legacy connector, Firewire 800 is faster than USB 2.0, and USB 3.0 just can’t seem to make itself readily available fast...

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Hitachi Touro Mobile Pro External Hard Drive Review

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There are a number of different portable hard drives on the market today, and we here at GadgetReview are certainly no strangers to them or their usefulness.  I recently reviewed a model that made its own WiFi network to transmit data to your mobile devices, and while it was a...

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Hitachi KC18DHL 18-Volt Lithium Ion 2 Tool Combo Kit Review

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[rating:4.5/5] While I’ve reviewed a number of large tool combo kits before, this is the first “smaller” one that I’ve had the chance to test out.  While the “official” name for it is a “Two Tool Combo Kit”, it actually has two tools (a drill driver and an impact driver)...

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Is Hitachi’s LifeStudio The Future Of Storage?

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Hitachi’s new LifeStudio line of external hard drives is pretty darn unique — they’re the first company to really hype up external storage as something other than hard drives in an external closure. Coming in mobile and desktop versions (the mobile has 250, 320, and 500GB capacities, and the desktop...

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Hitachi Announces World’s Fastest 7mm HDDs

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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...