Need to backup memory cards to a portable hard drive, or transfer HD movies, photos and other content to the iPad? The USB-equipped HyperDrive for the iPad may just be what you're looking for.
At IDF 2011, Intel announced the new Intel SSD 710 Series with capacities up to 300GB, as much as 4.5 times more than previous generation.
How will the five drive bays DiskStation DS1511+ supporting up to 15TB of storage stack up against Synology's range of NAS solutions? Also, is it worth the cost? We find out.
Buffalo, one of the pioneers of USB 3.0 external storage, now offers the MiniStation Plus portable hard drive. It features a blazing fast USB 3.0 interface and a suite of performance enhancers, making it the head of Buffalo's herd.
Most people don't backup their files because it's a tiresome process. The Clickfree Wireless Backup Drive comes with software to help backup data automatically. We find out if it works.
Designed to protect your data, the DroboPro FS is an 8-bay business storage solution featuring Data Robotics' BeyondRAID technology. It has a 3U form factor and is rack-mountable too. We dive in to find out if it truly performs.
Synology's reputation in the network storage scene has been steadily growing, thanks to regular product refreshes and solid management software. We find out if its quad-bay Disk Station DS411j delivers.
Intel's Smart Response Technology may be one of the more interesting features of the new Intel Z68 Express chipset. With its promise of faster speeds through SSD caching, it has prompted us to make a more complete analysis of the technology. Is it really worth your money? Find out.
We give you an update of Kingston's endeavors in the SSD and memory markets as we spoke to several product and marketing executives to understand how they deal with both segments. Interesting facts and tidbits were shared in the process and we've captured them in this article.
Seagate's strutting its new series of portable drives called GoFlex, which is probably one of the most upgradable and versatile drives out in the market at the time of review. Easily swap out the default USB 2.0 interface with optional eSATA, FireWire or USB 3.0 connectivity. So how does this new entry fare as a whole? Read on to find out.