Thursday, 7 Jan 2016
This tilted aluminum box with chrome mirror finish and dual M.2 SSD drives in RAID 0 is described to be a trophy for tech connoisseurs. After coming face-to-face with it, we certainly don't deny it, even if it's a little over-the-top. Would you pay US$1,400 for it?
Get a full aluminum build with bevelled edges that looks good and easily fits in with your Mac products. What's more, it has USB Type-C connectivity and the desktop edition uses this to charge and power up an Apple Macbook! Some drives may be worth the extra premium and these LaCie drives qualify that. More details inside.
Seagate’s new portable drives got slimmer and sport a new design ID. The Backup Plus Ultra Slim also come bundled with a generous dose of cloud storage for every drive purchase. We've got more details inside.
Wednesday, 30 Dec 2015
On the 6th day of Christmas ... we suggest a 2-bay NAS suitable for home users from Synology - the Diskstation DS216play. Find out more about it and also discover how you can win some of these gift suggestions this holiday season with HardwareZone!
Monday, 14 Dec 2015
Synology's new DiskStation DS216 NAS server comes with several features that make set-up and general use easier than ever.
Friday, 4 Dec 2015
HGST has just announced the Ultrastar He10 that has a storage capacity of 10TB! Created for high-density storage solutions, find out what else this helium-filled HDD has to offer.
Friday, 13 Nov 2015
The Synology DiskStation DS716+ is a compact NAS system for businesses and power users.
Thursday, 12 Nov 2015
Researchers have found security flaws in WD's portable external hard drives that could allow attackers to recover data without the owners' passwords.
Monday, 2 Nov 2015
Synology has just announced that its new DiskStation DS216play and DS416 NAS systems are both available globally. In the latest update, we also bring you local availability and price points.
Friday, 30 Oct 2015
Western Digital has absorbed Green HDDs into its Blue series, thereby reducing its end-consumer product offerings from four to three. What exactly does this rebranding exercise entail?