Remember the days when one gigabyte seemed like all the storage space you'll ever need? Now, 500GB hard drives are commonplace and one terabyte hard drives are no longer head turners. Join us as we take a look back at the last ten years in storage development.
Portable external HDDs are a dime a dozen, but few are as sleek and good-looking as the Samsung S2. We dig deeper to see if it's more than just another pretty face.
Looking pristine and chic in white is the BlackBox shared network storage device from Vox. Although it doesn't boast of a rich feature set, it does have some nice touches. We check it out to see what's what.
If you're wondering what to do with all the spare cash lying around, here's a suggestion:- juice up your notebook for even more performance with a solid state drive (SSD), the latest 80GB version from Intel, the X25-M. Are your wallets ready?
Sarotech's latest entrant for the Wizplat series of casings features a very familiar bookish design but it manages to stands out on its own.
Blu-ray has emerged as the HD format of the industry and here to promote this cause is LG's BE06 external Blu-ray Rewriter and HD DVD-ROM drive.
LG continues to offer hybrid drives that read both Blu-ray and HD DVD and one such model, the LG GGW-H20L has finally reached us. Similar to the GGC-H20L that we had reviewed late last year, this optical drive adds Blu-ray write functionality at an unprecedented 6x speed.
The GStor Wave not only offers shock protection, but comes with a suite of portable software that users on the go will appreciate.
Following its recent triumph as the HD format of choice, Sony's Blu-ray is going places. As it happens, it's coming to the PC in the form of a more affordable sub US$200 Blu-ray drive - the Sony BDU-X10S. Check it out as we test its Blu-ray capabilities.
If you're looking for a high-end high-performance NAS device, look no further as Thecus N5200 PRO's features and performance would likely blow you away. Featuring five hot-swappable bays and RAID 6 support, we examine how this storage monster handle up to FIVE whopping Terabytes of data.