Blu-ray is one small step closer to becoming mainstream, thanks to the publicity generated by Sony's PlayStation 3. The next step is to get the enthusiasts onboard and Sony intends to do that with its new BWU-100A Blu-ray writer. Here's our experience with this drive.
The Gstor Mini from ExcelStor is a compact 8GB Pocket Hard Drive with useful preinstalled Ceedo software that protects your data and privacy.
Need a portable drive that can store your data as well as comes fully installed with programs you can use on virtually any computer? Look no further as the Emtec Giga Cube is loaded with these features.
If you've ever wanted your own networked storage server, the Synlogy Cube Station CS-406 is exactly what you need. With a 1.5TB storage capacity, happiness is a Cube Station.
The Brick is truly a jaw-dropping desktop hard drive, as it can store massive amount of data and combines functionality and design all in one beautiful package.
After numerous delays that prompted speculations about its chances of winning the format war against the rival HD DVD standard, Blu-ray drives are starting to appear in the market. We finally managed to get one from LG that is capable of a record 4x Blu-ray write speed. Read on for our impression of this new drive.
Users will definitely fall in love with the credit card sized PQI U510 card drive that only measures 3mm in thickness. What you are looking at is portable storage at its best.
Excelstor's latest external storage drive is more than just a portable hard drive. The GStor Secure Mobile Storage device comes with hardware-level encryption that secures your data from unauthorized access, so much so that the drive is rendered unusable without the proper authentication.
In an extremely saturated thumb-drive market, A-data introduces a range of innovative thumb-drives that will surely stand out among the crowd.
Cooler Master embraces eSATA with their new X Craft external HDD enclosure. As well as being shock absorbing, the X Craft sports a tool-free mounting design, supports USB 2.0 for device sharing and backward compatibility.