Posts Tagged: "Storage"

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HGST Travelstar 2.5-Inch 1TB 7200RPM 32MB Cache Hard Drive Review

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Ever wonder what happened to computer storage company Hitachi? Those of you with better things to do than keep your antennae tuned to this sort of thing may not know Hitachi was absorbed into Western Digital. In fact we’re coming on nearly a full year since the changing of hands....

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Lenovo IdeaCentre Q190 Mini PC Review

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Computer processing chip maker AMD is making some well-deserved strides with their new APU (accelerated processing unit).   We’re seeing more companies adopt the chip and incorporate it into mini PC’s for consumer level computing.  We took the Sapphire EDGE Mini PC out for a test run. Despite it’s hard drive...


i-FlashDrive HD Review


One of the complaints against Apple’s iPhones/iPads has been the lack of user-expandable memory. The i-Flash HD is an external storage device that deletes this problem and doesn’t rely on any WiFi or networking in order to function. And it works with all iPads and iPhones from the 3GS up....

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Seagate Barracuda 3TB 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive Review


This may just be hard drive week here at Gadget Review. Earlier in the week, we looked at the deep well that is the Western Digital WD Black 4TB internal hard drive. It’s a worthy deep pocket that allows users to fire and forget when it comes to storage. 4TB...

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Western Digital WD Black 4TB Internal SATA 6gb/s Hard Drive Review

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To have a current generation solid state drive as your main system storage solution is a thing of beauty. They are fast beyond belief and make system startup and loading programs peppier than ever. But there is a trade off. Solid state hard drives are not cheap. Prices have come...

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128GB iPad 4 Launch Date and Price Announced, February 5th and Starting at $799


I don’t know about you, but I like to keep my iPad lean. I don’t feed its paltry storage capacity can handle a diet of artificial preservative data or partially hydrogenated apps. The iPad can only hold a max of 64GB. That’s not a lot to meet the needs of...

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Foldable Wall Unit is the Perfect Solution for the Short on Space


Small dwellings call for small furniture.  New York City and Tokyo residents know this best, as a square footage in either of those cities can well exceed $1,000, provided you’re a home owner.  To make the most of your space, assuming you live in such a location, you’ll want to...

D-Link SharePort Pocket Router

D-Link SharePort Go II Pocket Router


Is that a router in your pocket, or are you just happy to see us? Oh, pardon my indiscretion! It is a router in your pocket, Mr. D-Link. That’s right, network chief D-Link launches the SharePort Go II pocket router/hotspot for “families, photographers and business travelers…” The SharPort Go II...


Kingston DataTraveler HyperX Predator “World’s Largest” Flash Drive (video)


[GR]q8i__Ftyb00[/GR] CES 2013, Kingston, the monarch of storage solutions, announced the “World’s Largest Capacity USB 3.0 Flash Drive.” This is a point of personal and professional interest here. I’m skipping over to Windows 8. But as I back up files and make boot sectors and other general prep work for...

Seagate Central

CES 2013 Seagate Storage Solutions Announced


The simplest things don’t often come simply. Take a system backup. It’s a simple task that can save a world of headaches. Pushing myself to do one was like ice skating uphill, until I reviewed the Seagate Back Plus external USB drive. The included Dashboard software makes backups simple and...

OCZ Vector

OCZ Technology Takes “Control” With New Vector Series SATA III SSD Line

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I would argue that the solid state game would not be where it is today if not for OCZ Technology. The company has made incredible leaps and bounds with solid state drive tech. To get here OCZ has kicked out more drives than an overly rowdy drive-in theater. They offer...